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Seal Tour of Australia
Southeastern Australia tour itinerary in 9 days

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Self-Driving tourSoutheast Australia in 9 days. Tour starts in Melbourne and ends in Sydney.

This tour focuses on the Southeastern part of Australia.

This tour in Southeastern Australia features:

Royal Botanic Gardens in Melbourne - Dandenongs - Phillip Island - Wilsons Promontory National Park - Gippsland Lakes - Snowy Mountains - Canberra.



Melbourne, Victoria Dandenongs, Victoria Phillip Island, Victoria Lakes Entrance, Gippsland Lakes


Seal Tour of Australia Itinerary
Southeast Australia tour itinerary in 9 days
Tour starts in Melbourne and ends in Sydney.
Day
Exceptional and spectacular landscapes
1
Melbourne - Royal Botanic Gardens - Melbourne
Southeastern Australia tour
Morning arrival in Melbourne. To get first impressions of Australia's second largest city, you go to the Rialto Tower and then around the beautiful town centre by Circle Tram. Take a break at the Royal Botanic Gardens in Melbourne, which is the finest in Australia. 2 nights in Melbourne.
2
Melbourne - Dandenongs - Melbourne
Southeastern Australia tour
lighthouse tourExcursion to the Dandenongs to see Puffing Billy the restored steam train. Visit the Sherbrooke Forest and the Mt. Dandenong for the best views. 2nd night in Melbourne.
3
Melbourne - Phillip Island - Wilsons Promontory National Park
Southeastern Australia tour
Visit Phillip Island to see the Penguin Parade, Seal Rocks, and Koala Conversation Centre. Drive to Wilsons Promontory National Park. 2 nights at Wilsons Promontory National Park.
4
Wilsons Promontory National Park
Southeastern Australia tour
Self-DrivingWalk to the snow white Squeaky Beach and marvel at the spectacular rocks. A possibility exists to behold wonderful birds, emus, kangaroos, and wombats. 2nd night at Wilsons Promontory National Park.
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Wilsons Promontory National Park - Gippsland Lakes
Southeastern Australia tour
The Gippsland Lakes are part of the largest freshwater system in the Southern Hemisphere, including Lakes Entrance, Lake King, Lake Victoria, and Lake Wellington. Discover the wonderful fern wood of the Tarra in the Bulga National Park. You should walk portions of the 90 Mile-Beach. 2 nights at Lakes Entrance.
6
Gippsland Lakes - Raymond Island - Lakes Entrance
Southeastern Australia tour
tour itinerariesd ayers rock tourThe best possibility in an Australian tour is to see koalas at Raymond Island. Boat trip to the lagoon or the sea. Dinner at one of the many preeminent fish restaurants. 2nd night at Lakes Entrance.
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Lakes Entrance - Snowy Mountains
Southeastern Australia tour
Enjoy the fantastic views or go by chair lift and walk through the snowy eucalyptus forest. High walk to Mt. Kosciusko from the Charlotte Pass. Skiing in winter is possible. Overnight in the Snowy Mountains.
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Snowy Mountains - Canberra
Southeastern Australia tour
tour wine tastingClimb Mt. Pleasant for great views over Canberra. Visit Capital Hill, Old and New Parliament House, as well as Tidbinbilla Nature Reserve. One night in Canberra.
9
Canberra - Sydney
Southeastern Australia tour
Canberra walks. Drop-off at Canberra train station. Travel by train to Sydney. This concludes your Seal Tour in Australia.
Snowy Mountains, New South Wales Puffing Billy, Dandenongs Wilsons Promontory N.P. Botanic Garden, Melbourne


Snowy Mountains

Snowy Mountains The Snowy Mountains are located south of Canberra and New South Wales. This mountain range is part of the Australian mountain range that houses the largest area park, Kosciuszko National Park. This Park is nationally and internationally recognized as a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve. In season, you can discover two faces. Indeed, in summer you can discover the wildlife of the region: wombats, platypus, other rare animals like corroboree frog, and its plants found nowhere in the world. While during the winter season, it becomes the main winter sports resort across Australia. The difference with other mountains in the world is the weather, because it can change quickly and snow can fall at any time, in summer and winter.
Gippsland Lakes

Gippsland Lakes A unique feature of the Gippsland Lakes are the Mitchell River silt jetties. Gippsland Lakes Coastal Park houses wonderful camping reserves, a great place to camp, relax and see the wildlife that abounds in the area. In the Gippsland Lakes you can enjoy local endemic species, in particular birds such as the Regent Honeyeater, the Australian King Parrot, the Wonga Pigeon, the Swift Parrot, the Royal Spoonbill, the hardhead diving duck, etc.
Seals

Gippsland Lakes Seals belong to the same order as the terrestrial carnivorous mammals - dogs, cats, foxes and bears. Unlike the other carnivores, however, seals have adapted to a life at sea, though they still come ashore to breed. Instead of land legs, they have two pairs of flippers, which they use in effortless, lithe swimming. Like those of whales and dugongs, the ancestors of seals were land mammals that returned to the sea. Seals have adapted to a life at sea, though they still are mammals, and they developed two families - the eared seals and the true seals.