A 13 day adventure taking you to the famous outback areas of Australia combining natural wonders, Aboriginal culture and an idyllic cattle station retreat.
- Tropical Top End
- The changing colours of Ayers Rock
- Self drive Red Centre adventure
- Luxury cattle station stay
- Outback horse trek
Day 1 - Darwin
Depart from London or local airport and journey to the gateway of the Northern Territory. Darwin has emerged as a newly developed thriving city whilst still retaining some its rustic outback charm. Sample the stylish restaurants and cafés of the new Waterfront precinct, enjoy a film in the open-air deck chair theatre or sample some local culinary delights at Mindil Beach Markets held every Thursday and Sunday of the dry season.
During your four night stay at the Adina Waterfront there will be plenty of time to add a memorable day tour to either Kakadu or Litchfield National Parks - two distinct areas of beauty brimming with waterfalls and refreshing plunge pools.
Day 7 - Ayers Rock
Fly from Darwin to Australia’s Red Centre and the natural wonder of Ayers Rock. Marvel at the romantic Field of Light, a visual phenomenon surrounding the Rock for one year from April 2016.
After an overnight stay pick up your rental car and begin your outback self drive adventure. First stop is the magnificent Kings Canyon and a chance to walk around its impressive rim from where the expanse of the Outback is clearly visible. From April to October enjoy a romantic dinner under the stars with the memorable 'Under a Dessert Moon' dining experience.
After an overnight stay at the Kings Canyon Resort travel on to Alice Springs - a town rich in pioneering spirit and Aboriginal culture. Experience the beauty and romance of the outback and the MacDonnell Ranges by taking an optional hot air balloon ride over the rich red desert surrounding the famous township.
Day 11 - The Ghan to Adelaide
Travel from Alice Springs on the legendary Ghan train as it meanders through South Australia's diverse outback, passed Coober Pedy, Port Augusta and the Barossa Valley. Spend the night in your own private cabin with all meals and drinks included.
Day 12 - The final stop on your honeymoon is South Australia's food and wine capital, Adelaide. Sample fine wines at some of the city's vibrant bars, treat yourself to some fresh produce at the Central Market or spend the day soaking up the sun at Adelaide's beach suburb of Glenelg.
13 Day honeymoon from £1509
with flights from £2984
Guide prices shown are per person based on two sharing accommodation suggested. Prices vary according to season and standard of accommodation chosen. To plan your honeymoon - call Freedom Australia on 0333 234 2889
Be as active or romantic as you like on an Australian honeymoon designed for you - with your own personal consultant to help you plan the perfect itinerary.
Our honeymoons include:
- Free honeymoon planning with an Australia expert
- Freedom to mix and match the things you want to do
- Exciting worldwide stopover options
- Honeymoon offers and free upgrades where available
- Wedding Gift Scheme - invite your guests to pay
- Full ABTA and ATOL protection
Call us to plan your perfect honeymoon.