Scenic has unveiled its 2021/22 Endless Wonders of Australia range, featuring 12 small group itineraries spanning the Northern Territory, Western Australia, South Australia, Tasmania and Norfolk Island.
With next year marking Australian founded Scenic Tours 35th anniversary of creating unforgettable, handcrafted journeys, the 2021/2022 program curated by Scenic’s highly experienced local expert, Liz Crowley promises to be extra special.
New for 2021 is the 13-day Mystical Kimberley itinerary. The trip includes a flight directly into Purnululu National Park for an overnight stay in the heart of the Bungle Bungles among the 300 million-year-old striped domes. This itinerary also features visits to Kakadu National Park, Katherine Gorge and the famed Gibb River Road with an overnight stay at Emma Gorge Resort in El Questro Wilderness Park.
Meanwhile, the 8-day Gems of South Australia features a new Scenic Enrich experience at the biodynamic Gemtree Wines. These winemakers sustainably and organically grow and farm their grapes. The biodynamic methods entwine the health of the soil, vines and resident fauna and flora, resulting in exceptional fruit quality and wines of high purity. Guests will be taken through an interactive experience at the Biodynamic hut, where they will learn all about biodynamic viticulture then enjoy a tasting of locally-sourced snacks.
Finally, the 9-day South-Western Mosaic has been refreshed to include a stay at the new Westin Perth and a visit to Rottnest Island. A trip through the Jarrahdale State Forest to Kojonup is also included, where guests can explore the indigenous cultural centre of Kodja Place and walk through the beautiful Rose Maze. A walk among the giants of the ancient Karri and Jarrah forests, the vineyards of Margaret River and a visit to the most south-westerly tip of the country at Cape Leeuwin are included in this itinerary for travellers who love to explore the great outdoors of Western Australia.
Speaking about the new trips, Liz Crowley says: “What I love about Scenic’s Australian land journeys are that many of our partners are small family-run businesses, that we have been supporting for many years. They welcome our guests like long lost friends. We’ve reduced our group sizes to 24 in 2021/22 and we have also been able to expand our programs to support the local industry, in particular with destinations like Kangaroo Island, which were affected by the bushfires. It’s also been great to see such strong demand for our domestic program, with Earlybird offers and selected itineraries including the Kimberley region, likely to sell out.”
Scenic’s 2021/22 Endless Wonders of Australia brochures are available now online and for orders by travel agents from TIFS from early October.
Visit www.scenic.com.au for full details on Scenic’s Earlybirds program, which offers savings of up to $1,000 per couple for new bookings made before 31 January 2021.
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