7/8D Sydney & Melbourne
Sydney is a vibrant, cosmopolitan city with a diverse population featuring a rich history, internationally-recognized tourist attractions and an exciting calendar of events. Melbourne is very much about lifestyle – in fact, it has been consistently rated as one of the world’s most liveable cities.
Day 1 – Penang to Sydney
Assemble at Penang International Airport for departure flight to Sydney.
Day 2 – Sydney City Tour
Upon arrival, proceed to Fish Market.（Enjoy lunch at Famous Fish Market by own expenses）. Then, start the Sydney city orientation tour which includes Mrs. Macquarie’s Chair, Sydney Opera House, Harbor Bridge, The Rocks, Parliament House, Hyde Park, King’s Cross and Sydney Famous Aquarium.
Fish Market – Founded in 1945, Sydney Fish Market is the southern hemisphere’s largest fish market. There are as many as 100 kinds of fresh seafood every day. In addition, there are also many kinds of vegetables, fruits, bread and sushi shops available. It is the place not to be missed by tourist.
Sydney Aquarium– The main building is under Darling Harbour, it’s up to 146 meters underwater channel, arc-shaped glass viewing windows allowing visitors to enjoy the underwater ecological environment.
Overnight at Sydney
Day 3 – Sydney – Blue Mountain + Scenic World – Olympic Park
Today we will go to Blue Mountain, one of the most famous landmarks of New South Wales, which is part of the Blue Mountains World Heritage area between the cliffs of Jamieson Valley, after thousands of years of weathering. We will take three type famous cable car view around Blue Mountain, we have experience railways,cable way and sky way. After Lunch we will stay in the *echo point * so that everyone can close the eyes of the three sisters Rock. On the way back to city, will stop Sydney Olympic Park for photo shooting.
Blue Mountain – As covered with eucalyptus, eucalyptus discharged from the tree oil exposure to the sun so that the entire blue mountain issued a faint blue fog called Blue Mountain
Scenic World– Take the world’s steepest scenic small railway, high-altitude cable way and glass to the Sky way. **Sydney Olympic Park – is the area redeveloped for year 2000 Olympic.
Overnight at Sydney
Day 4 – Sydney, Flight to Melbourne
After breakfast, enjoy your free time. Time allows you to free shopping in Sydney’s most famous Paddy’s market, where Australia is also the most primitive market up to more than a hundred stalls can make you full of reward, there have many fresh fruits, many type of local souvenir u can get from here, and many of Australia local product.
Overnight At Melbourne
Day 5 – Melbourne City Tour – Puffing Billy Train Ride !
In the morning, have a city orientation tour which includes Federation Square, St. Patrick’s Cathedral, The Shrine of Remembrance, Queen Victoria Market, Royal Exhibition Buildings, Parliament House and Princess Theatre. After that, ride on the Puffing Billy train.
The Shrine Of Remembrance – First World War Memorial Hall is located in Melbourne, in 1934 officially opened to the outside world. This solemn building uses the Greek classical style of design, the memorial of the front of the relief drawn from the ancient Greek mythology of the goddess of peace, a symbol of these soldiers fighting for peace.
Queen Victoria Market – was opened in 1878. It’s not only a shopping mall in Melbourne, but also a historic landmark, a famous tourist attraction, and a place frequented by local. There are fresh seafood, fruits, vegetables, clothes, avant-garde goods, variety of souvenir and etc.
Puffing Billy Train – With its forests and gorgeous waters of ferns, as one of the narrow rail lines built by the government for the development of remote areas in the early 1990s, the Puffing Billy steam train became a reality for volunteers One of the world’s best kept steam trains. With many children sitting together on the window of the train to his feet out of the car, the experience is not the same feeling.
Overnight at Melbourne
Day 6 – Warrok Cattle Farm – Philip Island
After breakfast, begin the tour by visiting an Aussie farmer in Warrok Cattle Farm, the A Maze N Thing, Chocolate Factory and Koala Conservation Park. After that, we’ll make our way to Philip Island to see the little Penguin.
Warrok Cattle Farm
A chance to experience real country living in a working farm, handle animals, see how a farming family lives.
A Maze N Thing
It is a world of optical illusions, mazes and puzzle.
Panny Amazing world of chocolate is a celebration of all things chocolate with interactive machine to play with Fascinating facts and the ability to make your own chocolate on the spot.
Koala Conservation Park
Look for Koalas in their natural habitat in close distance.
Is a home for one of the largest colonies of the Little Penguins. Witness the natural phenomenon of the Penguin Parade on floodlit Summerland Beach See penguin rookeries as you walk on an elevated boardwalk.
Overnight at Melbourne
Day 7 – Melbourne to Penang
We head home with lots of memories, stories and experiences. See you again !