Sydney & Melbourne

5 Days 4 Nights Sydney & Melbourne Package
Australia is a famed harbour city and with its many fantastic beaches, travelers will definitely find pleasure in soaking up the sun. Simply take a quiet walk along Sydney's long stretch of fine, white sand beaches. Apart from the amazing coastlines, this city is known to have abundant greenery perfect for exciting outdoor activities and thrilling adventures for every kind of traveler. Take the family out on a picnic, go cycling or simply go for a leisurely stroll at the city's harbourside parks. This city if the perfect outdoor destination for every traveler at any time of the year. Visit the historical museums, Get acquainted with the Aboriginal culture of Sydney and its people. In Melbourne, most of its attractions are within walking distance. Many historic structures and amazing architectures are found in the city. Boutiques, fine dining restaurants, pubs and cafes lined up Melbourne's laneways. One will never run out of things to do in this bustling city.The lively city of Melbourne offers endless entertainment, dining and shopping options, the perfect haven for leisure travelers. Get acquainted with this country's rich arts and culture through its exhibits, fine museums, and numerous art galleries. Take a break and savor the tranquility of lavish gardens and parks filled with towering trees and perfectly designed lawns. Diverse natural landscapes, parks and reserves are home to a wide variety of flora and fauna.
Inclusive of accommodation, daily breakfast, roundtrip airport transfers and guided city tour, you're all set for a great summer holiday in Australia. For an ultimate Sydney experience, head to the city's largest and most popular commercial destination - Darling Harbour. Visit the spectacular Sydney Opera House and the historical Parliament House. Enjoy a leisurely stroll to Hyde Park and discover Sydney's vibrant night life at the Kings Cross. A holiday in Sydney will never be complete without experiencing the amazing waters of the popular Bondi Beach. When in Melbourne, stroll and shop to your heart's content at the Queen Victoria Market. Discover the old charm of Royal Exhibition Building - a UNESCO World Heritage site built in the late 18th century which features impressive architectural design and the famed St. Patrick's Cathedral. Learn all about the history of Australia's men and women who served the war and peacekeeping at the Shrine of Remembrance. Explore Chinese and few Asian cultures at Melbourne's Chinatown. Be captivated by the fascinating culture of Australia at the Arts and Culture Center.

Location: Manila to Sydney and Melbourne

Travel: (Manila to Sydney) Eight (8) hours and fifteen (15) minutes via air travel

Must Try


  • Historical tour to the Parliament House
  • Nightlife at Kings Cross
  • Watch cultural shows at Sydney Opera House
  • Sightseeing at Hyde Park
  • Swim and surf at Bondi Beach
  • Food trip at the Chinatown and sightseeing and entertainment activities at the Darling Harbor


  • Shopping at Chinatown
  • Historical tour to the Cathedral, Shrine of Remembrance, Royal Exhibition
  • A visit to the Arts & Culture Center

Must See


  • Darling Harbour - offers the best harbourside dining experience. The Darling Harbour is one of Australia's biggest dining, entertainment and shopping hub, where most of the public events are held.
  • Sydney Opera House - one of the famous architectural buildings known throughout the world. A performing arts center
  • Parliament House - is a historical landmark of Australia that has played a major role in the shaping of the country's history.
  • Hyde Park - the oldest park in Australia that houses a variety of plants and trees and features several monuments, statues, reflection pool, theme gardens. Among the famous landmarks of the park are the Archibald Fountain and ANZAC Memorial building and visitor center. The park serves as a significant venue for fairs, festivals, and national celebrations.
  • Kings Cross - Kings Cross, known as the red light district, is a major tourist draw especially at night where its various clubs, bars, shops, cafes and restaurants are flocked by locals and visitors alike.
  • Bondi Beach - Sydney's famous beach where surfers flock the southern end of the beach. Bondi Beach is also famous for its art galleries, theaters, cafes and restaurants.


  • Royal Exhibition Building - a UNESCO World Heritage site built in the late 18th century which features impressive architectural design The building is among the oldest existing exhibition structures and continues to host events, exhibits and variety of shows.
  • Shrine of Remembrance - built in honor of the men and women who rendered service during the war and peacekeeping.
  • Chinatown - Melbourne's local Chinese community where Chinese cuisine and other Asian restaurants dot the laneways, as well as food stalls, shops and entertainment centers.
  • Etihad Staduim at Docklands - a football stadium and one of Australia's prominent multi-purpose venues. The 55,000-seater stadium hosts various events like sports and entertainment.

  • Queen Victoria Market is place offers a great selection of fresh fruits and vegetables, clothing, souvenirs and many other things at great deals. This place is not only a shopping destination but a historical site as well.

  • The Gallery at Brighton Arts & Culture Centre - located in the Brighton Town Hall. The centre features a series of quality temporary exhibitions, public programs and visual arts events, in media both old and new.

Local Eats

  • Lamingtons - a traditional Australian dessert. Lamingtons are little square sponge cakes coated with chocolate icing and covered with grated coconuts.
  • Barbecued snags - Barbecued sausages in toasted bun topped with fried onions and sauce is everybody's favorite snack in Australia.
  • Vegemite - a dark brown Australian food paste made from yeast extract, is best enjoyed on toasted bread.
  • Meat pies - hand-sized pies usually eaten as snacks. These are often filled with meat, cheese, gravy, onions, and mushrooms.

DAY 1: Sydney

Arrival at the Sydney International Airport where you’ll meet and transfer to hotel for check-in and then an overnight stay.

DAY 2: Sydney

Enjoy breakfast at the hotel and then a Half-day City Tour: starting at THE DARLING HARBOR, BONDI BEACH, KING CROSS, the SYDNEY OPERA HOUSE, HYDE PARK and the PARLIAMENT HOUSE. After that, have a good sleep at the hotel for the night.

DAY 3: Sydney–Melbourne

Have another hotel breakfast before engaging on some free time exploration . After that, get transferred to the airport for your flight to GOLD COAST. When you get to the next airport, meet and transfer to the hotel.

DAY 4: Melbourne

Have a hotel breakfast before joining the next Half-day City Tour with your adventures beginning at the ruins of ST. PAUL CATHEDRAL, QUEEN VICTORIA MARKET, the ROYAL EXHIBITION, Melbourne’s CHINATOWN, the SHRINE OF REMEMBRANCE, THE GALLERY AT BRIGHTON ARTS & CULTURE CENTRE before finally arriving at the ETIHAD STADIUM. When this tour is over, return to the hotel for an overnight stay.

DAY 5: Melbourne

Enjoy some free time before you get transferred to the airport for your flight back to home.

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Domestic flights are not included. Itinerary is subject to change without prior notice due to availability and weather conditions.

Price depends on travel dates and is subject to change without prior notice. It is applicable for double occupancy. Surcharge applies during peak season.Group rates are available upon request. Valid until March 31, 2018 only. Airfare not included.