It can be easy to take for granted the incredible experiences waiting for us at our own back door. There has never been a better time to get out and start exploring. Be wowed by the impossibly beautiful landscapes, rolling desert plains, lush green forests and impeccable white sand beaches on an Australia tour. Book a small group tour online or get in touch with one of our friendly Travel Specialists.
Travel in comfort in a spacious air-conditioned coach. With a maximum group size of 20, there are always plenty of free seats on the coach to give you space to spread out and to make it easier to take in the incredible views.
Unique Local Experiences
Get to know the locals behind the scenes, experience special moments, and immerse yourself in the real Australia during our local experiences.
Delight in Delicious Food and Wine
Take your taste buds on a journey through Australia's culinary delights. Savour fresh produce, meet the local makers, and taste the local drop.
Small Group Tours
The cooler months are the time to visit South Australia's Flinders Ranges. This 12 day small group tour winds its way from Flinders Chase to Flinders Ranges with a host of exciting stops along the way.
Defined by its rugged landscape and breathtaking natural beauty, Tasmania is truly a feast for the senses.
Rottnest Island is a protected nature reserve located just 19km off the coast of Perth in Western Australia. It’s most famously known for being the home of the quokka – an adorable, wallaby-like marsupial who definitely isn’t camera shy. But there’s also so much more to Rottnest Island – like it’s white sandy beaches, pristine waters, rich cultural heritage and walking trails that lead you all over the island. Photo by Tourism Western Australia.
Freycinet National Park
Located on the east coast of Tasmania, Freycinet National Park is nothing short of magnificent. Occupying a large part of the Freycinet Peninsula, the park overflows with white sandy beaches, granite mountain ranges (called the Hazards), secluded bays and stunning views. Freycinet National Park is also home to Wineglass Bay, one of Tasmania’s most famous beaches. With its turquoise waters and breathtaking views, cruising Wineglass Bay is a must. Photo by Ben Goode.
Kangaroo Island is a small island located south-west of South Australia. With its rugged coastlines, stunning landscapes and geological wonders, Kangaroo Island is a nature lover’s paradise. It’s the best place to get up close and personal with Australia’s unique and diverse wildlife, including sea lions, seals, koalas and dolphins. You can also take plenty of time to relax and unwind, and enjoy all of the delicious local food and wine that the island has to offer from fresh oysters to boutique gin. Photo by Ben Goode.
Nitmiluk (Katherine) National Park
Located in the Northern Territory, Nitmiluk National Park (previously named Katherine Gorge National Park) is a park abounding in natural wonders. In particular, it’s best known for its large valleys, sandstone cliffs and gorges that stretch for as far as the eye can see. Owned by the Jawoyn Aboriginal people, the park is a living testament to ancient Aboriginal culture – especially since the Jawoyn people continue to look after Nitmiluk and its rich cultural heritage to this day. Photo by Wirestock.
How much does it cost for an Australian tour?
If you’re looking to see the top end of Australia, prices start from $5,295 per person. You can discover South Australia from $5,195 per person or see all that Tasmania has to offer from $6,195 per person. Lastly, you can explore Australia’s largest state, Western Australia, from $6,195 per person on one of our Australia holiday packages.
How many days are enough for Australia?
At Bunnik Tours, we offer Australia tour packages that range from 10 to 14 days. Each Australia small group tour visits a different state, giving you plenty of time to explore all that it has to offer.
What is the best way to visit Australia?
A small group tour is the best way to see Australia! At Bunnik Tours all of our tours throughout Australia are escorted by Bunnik Tours representatives. Our well-travelled team are experienced leaders, equipped to guide you on your small group tour adventure while providing a fun and inviting environment to explore and learn about the places you visit. Not only do you get the local expertise of our Bunnik representatives, but you get off the tourist trail and have more flexibility. There’s also more space on the coach, you get better views and you stay in accommodation that’s full of character.
Are there any travel restrictions?
At Bunnik Tours, we are committed to safe travel for everyone. Visit our Book & Travel with Confidence page to find out about our latest policies.
How can I tour as a responsible traveller?
At Bunnik Tours, we believe in responsible travel and sustainable tourism. For more information, visit our Sustainable Tourism hub.
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