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$940 MYR




3 nights @The Victoria Hotel or similar; Daily Breakfast; Return airport -hotel on Seat-In-Coach transfers 

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Wander through Melbourne's laneways. The centre of Melbourne is threaded with cobbled Laneways, which have become a mecca for coffee shops, cafés and unique shopping boutiques. Start at Flinders Street station, wander down Degraves Street, and explore the city’s beautiful arcades and street art around every corner - including from England-based graffiti artist Banksy. Head down Collins Street to visit the exquisite Block Arcade then get your caffeine hit at pocket-sized Brother Baba Budan  or Patricia, both on Little Bourke Street. 

Or shopping. Melbourne is renowned for its markets , which sell everything from local produce to arts and crafts and vintage fashion. Get amongst the hustle and bustle of the Queen Victoria Markets , the largest open-air market in the Southern Hemisphere. You can take a bus from there to the South Melbourne Market, and enjoy dim sim or street-style Mexican food under its historic awnings. On weekends, pick up handmade pieces from emerging Australian designers at the Rose St. Artist's Market in Fitzroy, just a quick tram ride from the city centre.

Or try the city's dining experience - book well in advance for Attica , one of the world’s 50 best restaurants, and tuck into Ben Shewry’s unique tasting menu. Melbourne’s city laneways are home to popular restaurants, such as Tonka, hidden down the graffiti-covered Duckboard Place, and elegant Flower Drum on Market Lane. Nearby, TV chef George Colombaris plates up modern Greek food at his flagship restaurant The Press Club and souvas at his string of casual restaurants Jimmy Grant. For the tastiest cheap eats, don't miss Hannoi Hannah delicious Vietnamese street food or Fonda Mexican for tacos and burritos. Both pack out quickly. 

Finally, visit The National Gallery of Victoria (NGV) which is Australia’s oldest gallery (founded in 1861) and hosts an exciting range of international and local exhibitions and events, and a collection of more than 70,000 works. Enjoy !



$870 MYR




3 nights @ Cairns Plaza hotel or similar; Daily Breakfast; Return transfers from airport-Hotel on Seat In Coach

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Well, Get your foodie fix. Cairns has a thriving café scene, with many trendy cafés dotted along Grafton and Spence streets. Start the day with breakfast at Caffiend , a laneway café plating up dishes such as chilli eggs and French toast, with cold drip coffee and coconut lattes. Sing Song Expresso is another popular haunt for coffee and tasty vegan treats. Tuck into wholesome salads at Silk Caffe and then indulge on its Nutella ice coffee. Take advantage of Cairns’ balmy weather and dine alfresco on The Esplanade, with rustic Greek dishes from Yaya's Hellenic Kitchen and modern Asian fusion from The Raw Prawn. Mingle with the locals at Rusty's Market (Friday to Sunday), where you can stock up on fresh local produce, including exotic fruits, dairy and seafood, from more than 180 stalls.

Another option - Explore the rich history of the world’s oldest living culture — dating back more than 40,000 years — at the Tjapukai Aboriginal Cultural Park . Just 20 minutes outside Cairns, the centre gives guests the opportunity to experience authentic Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture through theatre, guided bush walks and didgeridoo shows. About 90 minutes north of Cairns is the Mossman Gorge Center , an indigenous eco-tourism development that allows visitors to explore the gorge while learning about the local Kuku Yalanji culture and traditions. Travel the Barma Way, an Aboriginal journey from Cairns to north of Cooktown, and experience Queensland from a traditional perspective, from learning to throw a spear to hunting and gathering bush tucker in the mangroves. 

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$790 MYR




3 nights  @ Best Western Plus Hotel or smimilar;  Own transfer from airport-hotel; Daily  

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Wander the streets of Launceston. Launceston is a small but cosmopolitan city set on the mouth of a river, with an appreciation for excellent produce and fine food. Wander its quaint streets to shop for antiques and sample home-baked goods at the many cafés. Try dinner at a restaurant such as Stillwater, Mud Bar and Restaurant or Black Cow Bistro.

A 20 minute stroll from Launceston city centre will lead you to Cataract Gorge Reserve, a natural formation on the South Esk River. Once you've ridden the Chairlift to the top of the gorge, you'll find that there's plenty to do. Cross the suspension bridge, go for a self-guided walk and admire the resident peacocks, abseil down the gorge walls, and take your camera with you to capture the views.

Or visit a lavender farm
Tasmania's north is known for its selection of Lavender Fields with rows of native purple flowers that appear during the summer months. A 40 minute drive from Launceston will take you to the breathtaking Bridestowe Lavender Estate, or you can combine a trip to the Tamar Valley with a visit to Lavender House.

If you like wine, within 20 minutes of leaving the city of Launceston you can find yourself in the Tamar Valley, a wine region known for its excellent chardonnay, riesling and pinot noir. Designate a driver and journey along the Tamar Valley Wine Route to sample the region's finest drops. Starting just south of Launceston, the 170 kilometre (106 mile) circuit takes in 32 wineries as it winds through countryside to Pipers Brook, in the north, and George Town, in the west.


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$1650 MYR




 Inclusions: 3 Nites at your selected hotel with daily hotel breakfast, Return SIC transfers between Brisbane/Gold Coast airport/hotel, 1 Day Movie World entrance ticket with SIC Transfers & 1 Day Sea World entrance ticket with SIC Transfers

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 As well as its beaches, the Gold Coast is equally famed for its world-class theme parks. Water lovers should head for  with its extreme waterslides such as Kamikaze and the Tornado.  is great for families, with plenty of kid-friendly attractions and the chance to meet loveable cartoon characters.  caters to adventure seekers with the Big 9 Thrill Rides, including The Giant Drop, Tower of Terror and Buzz Saw. To experience more than one park, buy a , which gives you access to Wet ‘n’ Wild, Movie World,  (a marine animal park) and the Aussie farm and wildlife experience.

The Gold Coast also boasts a thriving food scene, from specialty coffee shops to boutique breweries and a slew of sophisticated restaurants to rival that of Sydney and Melbourne. For your morning caffeine hit head to  or  at Broadbeach or sit down to a classic Australian breakfast at  at Palm Beach. In Burleigh Heads,  is a popular spot for lunch and dinner, with dishes such as whole baby calamari, oven baked Petuna ocean trout and Moreton Baby Bugs taglierini. For refined Italian food head to  at Nobby's Beach and order a selection of antipasti such as grilled polenta topped with eight hour slow cooked Angus beef cheek or oven roasted scallops. 


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$970 MYR




3 nights @ De Vere Hotel or similar; Daily Breakfast; Return airport -hotel on Seat-In-Coach transfers 

Some suggested ideas:

Spend the day at the Sydney Opera House - There are many ways you can experience what the Sydney Opera House has to offer. A masterpiece of 20th-century architecture, the Sydney Opera House in Circular Quay hosts more than 40 performances each week. Book tickets to ’s latest show and tick this truly iconic Sydney experience off your bucket list. 

Or get up close and personal to the animals at the zoo.  
Visit the animals at Taronga Sydney Zoo with their incredible waterside address just 12 minutes ferry ride north from Circular Quay. Taronga Zoo houses more than 4,000 animals from various exotic and native species, including gorillas, tigers, leopards, chimpanzees, giraffes, Australian sea lions, kangaroos and koalas. 

Or dine at innovative restaurants. Sydneysiders take their food seriously, with many of Australia’s most awarded and innovative restaurants found here. Dine at Quay to sample beautiful, natural produce such as wild blacklip abalone, Murry cod and chef Peter Gilmore’s celebrated dessert, the Snow Egg. Also in the city centre, Sepia's sophisticated five or nine course tasting menu with matching wines has been applauded by the world's best chefs and critics. For a more laidback affair, head to Mr Wong which serves modern Cantonese cuisine (its Peking duck is legendary) at its French colonial space on Bridge Street. Or head to the inner-city neighbourhood of Potts Point, a 10 minute drive from the centre of Sydney, to dine at hip restaurants including Cho Cho San and Apollo.

Or ride the ferry to Manly. Manly on Sydney’s north side, is renowned for surf breaks, scenic walks and laidback cafés. A half-hour ferry ride from Circular Quay, a trip to Manly is the perfect family day out.  Enjoy !


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$1110 MYR




3 nights @ Vibes Hotel or similar; Daily Breakfast; Return Seat-In-Coach transfers from airport to Gold Coast hotel.


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The Gold Coast is renowned for its white sand beaches that stretch across 57 kilometres (35 miles) of coastline. Choose from the sheltered waters at Coolangatta and Currumbin beaches or the popular surfing breaks at Main Beach or Burleigh Heads. First-time surfers can book a group or private lesson with Get Wet Surf School at The Spit, Surfers Paradise. Wave Break Island lies just off Main Beach and offers fantastic snorkeling and diving, with more than 50 species of fish. Explore this colourful underwater world on a Queensland Scuba Diving tour.

As well as its beaches, the Gold Coast is equally famed for its world-class theme parks. Water lovers should head for Wet 'n' Wild with its extreme waterslides such as Kamikaze and the Tornado. Warner Bros Movie World is great for families, with plenty of kid-friendly attractions and the chance to meet loveable cartoon characters.  Dreamworld caters to adventure seekers with the Big 9 Thrill Rides, including The Giant Drop, Tower of Terror and Buzz Saw. To experience more than one park, buy a Mega Pass, which gives you access to Wet ‘n’ Wild, Movie World, Sea World (a marine animal park) and the Aussie farm and wildlife experience, Paradise Country. Tickets to Dreamworld can be bought separately.



$1650 MYR




Inclusions: 3 Nights at your selected hotel with daily hotel breakfast, Return SIC transfers between Melbourne airport/hotel, Melbourne City Tour with
Eureka Skydeck 88 + Choice of ONE Tour:
(1) Sovereign Hill & Ballarat (Mon,Tue,Thu,Sat) (2) The Penguin Parade (General viewing area) & Meeting wallabies/kangaroos,  Koala Conservation Centre (Daily)
(3) Great Ocean Road Adventure (Daily)

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Starting an hour outside of Melbourne, the Great Ocean Road spans Victoria’s epic, wave-crashing coastline all the way to the spectacular rocky outcrops of the 12 Apostles, and beyond to the South Australian border. OR Watch the little penguins come home to their burrows in the sand and see fur seals and koalas in their natural habitats at Phillip Island, which has a host of wildlife experiences for the whole family.  

Explore the forests and fern gullies of the Dandenong Ranges via car, on foot or by historic steam train and admire some of Australia’s finest cool-climate gardens. Or Discover the history and culture of the Goldfields region, about 1½ hours drive from Melbourne. Spend the day at the recreated gold-mining town of Sovereign Hill, which brings to life Australia’s splendid 1850s gold rush era. Or Experience the good life on the Mornington Peninsula with Undulating vineyards, farmland and ocean and bay beaches. Enjoy !



$1750 MYR




 Inclusions: 3 Nites at your selected hotel with daily hotel breakfast, Return Private transfers between Hobart or Launceston airport/hotel (Sedan Car) **excl. Infant/Toddler car seats.
Choice of ONE Full Day Tour :
(1) Departs from Hobart-Grand Hobart with Bonorong Wildlife Park (Feb-Apr: Daily
except Sat & Sun/ May-Sep: Tue,Thu,Fri)
(2) Departs from Launceston-Cradle Mountains National Park (Mon,Wed,Fri,Sun)
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Australia's most spectacular mountains, dazzling beaches and the freshest food and wine imaginable.

Explore Hobart's capital treats 
Tasmania's welcoming capital city, Hobart, is pressed between a mountain and a river, and provides a diverse range of city activities and experiences. Wander among the city's beautiful sandstone colonial architecture, drive to the summit of Mount Wellington for the best of Hobart's views, and dine on Tasmania's famously fresh produce in any number of outstanding restaurants.

Port Arthur - World Heritage-listed penitentiary buildings around Tasmania tell the story of almost 50 years of harsh convict life in the 19th century. Australia's most notorious convict settlement sits in the beautiful coastal setting of Port Arthur, a one hour drive east of Hobart. If you're feeling brave, stick around for the nightly ghost tour.

Cradle Mountain (* ex-Launceston) - The most famous of Tasmania's multitude of mountains is Cradle Mountain , a dramatic cliff-lined peak rising from the shores of Dove Lake in the state's north-west. View it from the six kilometre (3.7 mile) Dove Lake Circuit walking track or, if you're feeling energetic, climb to Marions Lookout for a stunning view over mountain and lake.


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$830 MYR




3 nights @ Ibis hotel or similar;  Daily Breakfast; Return Seat-In-Coach transfers from airport to Sydney hotel.

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Brisbane is home to a number of restaurants and cafés at which chefs emphasise local Queensland produce. In the city centre, multi-award-winning Allium serves sophisticated and exciting food through its ever-evolving menu.  Urbane is another popular choice for its "omnivore" and "herbivore" set menus with matching wines. At breakfast,  Gauge offers fresh, healthy food with many ingredients made in-house, while Gerard's Bistro draws inspiration from global flavours. Enjoy cocktails at rooftop bars Up on Constance and Eleven in Fortitude Valley, or choose from more than 400 whiskies at Cobblers in West End.

Or Shopping - Fortitude Valley is brimming with independent stores and is regarded as Brisbane's best shopping precinct. Along James Street, you’ll find more than 130 specialty stores, including high-end Australian designers Lee Mathews, Scanlan & Theodore and Zimmermann.  Winn and Balery lanes (off Ann Street) offer a handful of quirky boutiques such as The Outpost, Babushka Ballerina and Stock and Supply. Back in the city centre, The Collective Markets are held each Friday evening, Saturday and Sunday at Stanley Street Plaza and feature more than 100 local creatives selling handmade jewellery, art, antiques, photographs and vintage fashion. Enjoy Brisbane !



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$890 MYR




3 nights @ Ibis Styles Adelaide Grosvenor hotel  or similar;  Daily Hotel Breakfast; OWN TRANSFERS from airport-hotel. 

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Drink and dine in laneway bars
In the city centre, Adelaide’s laneways and side streets are being transformed with hidden bars and eateries. Along Peel Street enjoy a whisky at Clever Little Tailor or espresso martini at La Moka. Hains & Co is a sailor-themed bar tucked down Gilbert Place, specialising in gin and rum. One of Adelaide’s hottest bars, Proof, can be found on Anster Street, which pairs classic cocktails with tasty share plates and gourmet toasted sandwiches. Underground bar Bank Street Social is the go-to for local craft beer and Australian spirits, while La Buvette Drinkery serves French apéritifs with a side of escargot. Get your caffeine hit at Coffee Branch on Leigh Street, and dine on playful, modern Australian cuisine at Peel Street.

Or savor South Australia’s rich bounty of produce – farm-fresh fruit and vegetables, artisan cheeses, smoked meats and seafood – at Adelaide Central Market. For more than 140 years, the undercover market has been the epicentre for Adelaide’s food scene. To discover the best of the market, join Mark Gleeson’s early morning walking , during which you’ll enjoy generous tastings and meet the people behind the stalls.

Or stroll along North Terrace.
Visit Adelaide’s tree-lined boulevard, North Terrace, home to the city’s most important cultural institutions. Housed in one of Adelaide’s most beautiful buildings, the Art Gallery of South Australia features a collection of more than 38,000 works spanning Australian, European, North American and Asian art. Delve into Australia’s natural and cultural heritage at the neighbouring South Australia Museum. From here it’s a 20 minute stroll to the Botanic Gardens, where you can wander among thousands of species of roses. If you’re travelling with kids don’t miss the Adelaide Zoo, home to native Australian wildlife including koalas, Australian sea lions and kangaroos.

Finally go shopping. Explore Adelaide’s East End at Rundle Street. Originally home to Adelaide’s central market, the area is undergoing a retail renaissance with fashion boutiques – including Australian designers Gorman, Zimmermann and M.J. Bale – and specialty stores attracting the city’s style set. Find major department stores at Rundle Mall, shop for homewares along Norwood Parade and visit nearby Magill Road for art and antiques. Enjoy !

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$1690 MYR




 Inclusions: 3 Nites at your selected hotel with daily hotel breakfast, Return SIC transfers between Sydney airport/hotel, Morning Sydney City Tour with Bondi Beach**Tour concludes at King Street Wharf + Choice of ONE Full Day Tour:
(1) Port Stephens, Wildlife, Dunes & Dolphins Tour (Mon,Wed,Sat)
(2) Hunter Valley Wineries Tour with wine tasting & two course lunch (Tue,Wed,Fri,Sun)
(3) Canberra Discovery (Mon.Fri)
(4) Blue Mountains,Wildlife & River Cruise incl. Lunch**Tour concludes at Darling Harbour or Circular Quay at completion of cruise. (Daily)

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The Blue Mountains World Heritage Area has abundant natural beauty, and offers excellent hiking, spectacular scenery and quaint towns and villages, making it a popular getaway from the big smoke. Walk to the foot of the Three Sisters on the 998-step Giant Stairway, or glide between clifftops on the Scenic Skyway, 270 metres (886 feet) above ancient ravines. Stroll around picturesque villages Leura and Blackheath for antique stores, quirky cafés and top-notch restaurants, then spend the night in a luxury lodge or charming B&B. The Blue Mountains are only a 90 minute drive west of Sydney. 

Or Eat and drink through the Hunter Valley. The Hunter Valley is home to more than 120 wineries, gourmet restaurants and luxury retreats, and is conveniently located just two hours drive north of Sydney. OR Chill out in Byron Bay. Byron Bay is mainland Australia's easternmost town, world renowned for its beautiful beaches, lush rainforest and laid-back lifestyle.  Enjoy !



$790 MYR*




3 nights @ Travelodge Hotel or similar;  Daily Breakfast; OWN TRANSFERS from airport-hotel.


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Tasmania's welcoming capital city, Hobart, is pressed between a mountain and a river, and provides a diverse range of city activities and experiences. Wander among the city's beautiful sandstone colonial architecture, drive to the summit of Mount Wellington for the best of Hobart's views, and dine on Tasmania's famously fresh produce in any number of outstanding restaurants.

Or see Hobart's amazing, subterranean , or MONA, is a heady combination of art and architecture. A multi-tiered labyrinth cut into sandstone cliffs in the city's northern suburbs, this world-class gallery has a collection of art designed to provoke.

Or try fresh seafood. Seafood can come no fresher than this, as you take a boat from Hobart's docks for a banquet pulled straight from the ocean on a Tasmanian Seafood Seduction trip run by Pennicott Wilderness Journeys. On this day-long tour towards the coast of southern Bruny Island, you'll harvest oysters straight from a farm's leases, and feast on crayfish and abalone caught by your guide. The catch is barbecued right on the boat. Enjoy Hobart.




$1050 MYR




3 nights Ibis Perth hotel  or similar; Daily Breakfast; OWN TRANSFERS from airport-hotel. 

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Explore the Australian bush while still in the city. King's Park is one of the biggest city parks in the world – bigger than Central Park in New York City – yet it's right in the heart of Perth. It grants epic views of the Swan and Canning rivers and the skyscrapers perched on their banks. Astonishingly tall, white-trunked trees line the entrance road to this inspiring patch of green, which has a treetop bridge, bushland trails, manicured gardens and cafés.

Visit Fremantle. Wander through Fremantle's historic streets. Thirty minutes drive south of Perth’s centre is the port town of Fremantle, which blends interesting colonial remnants with the famous Little Creatures Brewery. Visit Fremantle's Prison and take one of its eerie tours, and explore seafaring history at the terrific Maritime Museum and Shipwrecked Galleries. Grab a casual lunch at colourful Yocal, have dinner at Bread In Common and stay at boutique Hougoumont Hotel .

Or if you are a little more adventurous, take a slow drive or coach to sample Western Australian wine in the Swan Valley. Western Australia's oldest wine region, the Swan Valley, is home to 40 vineyards, many with cellar doors offering tastings of the region's warm-climate wines. Drive, cycle or cruise upriver and intersperse winery stops with visits to a Chocolate Factory, Coffee Roaster, Craft Breweries and a native animal park.



$1380 MYR




 Inclusions: 3 Nites  at your selected hotel with daily hotel breakfast, Return Private transfers between Adelaide airport/hotel (Sedan Car)**excl. Infant/Toddler car seats; Afternoon Adelaide Highlights Tour incl. Afternoon Tea (Daily)

Some light commentary:

Adelaide is South Australia’s cosmopolitan coastal capital. Its ring of parkland on the River Torrens is home to renowned museums such as the Art Gallery of South Australia, displaying expansive collections including noted Indigenous art, and the South Australian Museum, devoted to natural history. The city's Adelaide Festival is an annual international arts gathering with spin-offs including fringe and film events.

Adelaide's central square is home to many of the city's most famous landmarks, including the St. Francis Xavier Cathedral, Torrens Building, and Supreme Court of Australia.

Optional suggestions: 

See Hahndorf - South Australia's oldest surviving German settlement; Haigh's Chocolate Factory; Barossa Valley's wineries and If you'd prefer to spend a day solely among Australia's endemic animals – kangaroos, koalas, emus, etc – then don't miss this beloved wildlife park in the Adelaide Hills!







 Inclusions: 3 Nights at your selected hotel with daily hotel breakfast, Return Seat In Coach transfers between Perth airport/hotel, Half-day Perth & Fremantle City
Explorer Tour.
Choice of ONE Full Day Tour with Lunch: (1) Pinnacles,Koalas & Sand Boarding 4WD Adventure (Daily)
(2) Wave Rock, York, Aboriginal
Culture & Wildflowers (Tue,Wed,Fri,Sun)
(3) Margaret River Day Tour (Mon/Wed/Sat) (4) Valley of the Giants Tree Top Walk (Tue)

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Margaret River Day tour - The Margaret River region is known around the world for its top quality wines and food. While the region produces less than 3 per cent of Australia's wine, it accounts for more than a fifth of its premium wine. There are more than 120 world-class wineries to explore, including Flinders Bay Wines ,Flying Fish Cove and Evans & Tate, and opportunities to not only try fine wines, but get beyond the cellar doors. Among the many vineyard tours there are also tours that get you behind the scenes to meet winemakers, have a barrel room testing, and potentially even blend your own bottle of wine, coupled with a long lunch.

Wave Rock - One of Australia's biggest waves is also the furthest from any ocean - Wave Rock rises 15 metres above the outback plain. Over 2,700 million years in the making, today it's a popular tourist destination.

Located near the Wheatbelt town of Hyden, getting there from Perth is a pleasant 340-kilometre drive (approximately three to four hours) through picturesque rolling farmlands to wide vistas of wheat and canola fields. 

This 110-metre long multi-coloured granite cliff is shaped remarkably like a huge wave about to crash onto the bush. Pose on the rock face and surf the giant wave or see it from a different perspective by following the walk trails around the base and over the top. 

After winter rains, you'll be surrounded by a sea of dazzling colour as Western Australian wildflowers bloom in their billions. 

Nearby, a collection of over 450 ancient rock paintings cover the walls of Mulka's Cave, telling the story of a local Aboriginal legend. 

Just outside Hyden, the wildlife park invites you to meet its koalas and white kangaroos, with the Wildflower Shop and Cafe offering souvenirs and refreshments.


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