If your ultimate Aussie bucket list includes hitting up bustling cities, pristine beaches, the biggest sand island in the world, coral reefs, the oldest tropical rainforests on the planet and the remote outback, then you need G Adventures Australia tours.
And these aren’t any old boring tours, these are action-packed and purposely designed for energetic 18-39 year-olds (18-to-Thirtysomethings as G Adventures calls it), so you’re guaranteed a fast, fresh and fun experience.
In total there are 19 G Adventures Australia tours, but we’ve picked seven of the most epic Aussie trips perfect for young budget-conscious travellers. These Australia tours cover the most sought after destinations and experiences including capital cities, coastal towns, UNESCO World Heritage National Parks, Aboriginal heritage sites, secret crocodile-free plunge pools and bush BBQ’s under the stars.
And with an average Ripple Score of 97.5, these G Adventures tours are not just epic, but they’re also doing good by investing almost 100% back into local businesses by using local accommodation, restaurants and transport services.
Starting down south and finishing up at the pointy end of Australia, this month-long tour has everything down under has to offer.
From hidden hipster haunts to national parks, the Aussie Outback and the white sandy beaches Australia is so famous for – this epic 28 day G Adventures Australia tour has it all!
This 15-day tour from down south to up north comes with your very own travel-savvy CEO (Chief Experience Officer) to expertly guide you around Oz.
Hit up Adelaide then fly to the Aussie Outback and discover the mysteries of Uluru before heading into Kakadu National Park. Kayak through one of Katherine Gorge’s sandstone gorges and take a dip in a crocodile-free plunge pool in Darwin. There’s more than just the sun to soak up on this Australian adventure.
Australia’s East Coast is one of the country’s most popular regions – and this 18-day G Adventures Australia tour is bank account friendly and perfect for young travellers.
In 18 sun-kissed days, you’ll snorkel the Whitsundays, taste wines in the Hunter Valley, catch some rays at Sydney’s famous Bondi Beach, visit the easternmost point in the country and explore the largest sand island in the world & more!
Now’s the time to explore Australia on your terms with this tour that’s affordable for young travellers.
Explore the hipster-streets Melbourne before hitting the Great Ocean Road and cutting through the Outback to the Red Centre where you’ll experience the mysteries of Uluru.
Learn about the Australia’s indigenous people, take in the expansive views of the Victoria Valley, swim with dolphins in Adelaide and sleep under the stars in a true-blue Aussie swag.
From secret waterfalls to towering gorges, crocodile-infested river cruises to shrimp on a barbecue under the night sky, this whirlwind G Adventures Australia tour has it all!
The day after a few cold beers at a popular local pub in Alice Springs you’ll fly up to Australia’s only tropical capital city – Darwin. Spend the next four days exploring the ‘Top End’ of this vast country, and it’s stunning National Parks, swimming holes and ancient Aboriginal art.
Kick-off your tour down under at a rooftop bar in Brisbane and prepare yourself for exploring the stunning wilderness of the Noosa Everglades. Go 4x4ing on Fraser Island – the world’s largest sand island and the only known place where rainforest grows on sand.
Then head to the marina and embark on a private yacht which will be your home for the next two nights. Then to top it all off, you’ll set sail to a secluded cove in the Whitsundays which will be your floating home for the next two nights.
Driving between Sydney and Melbourne only takes 8 hours, but this impressive Australian tour takes you on a monumental 7,500KM detour.
For 25 sunny days, you’ll head up Australia’s East Coast, kicking-off with surfing lessons and a Koala Hospital visit just north of Sydney. The East Coast is all about the beach, so sea kayaking or dolphin watching in chilled-out Byron Bay is a must!
This G Adventures Australia tour keeps on rolling on to the Great Barrier Reef, Cairns and onto the red centre for discovery walks through the impressive gorges and valleys of Kings Canyon. Your final flight takes you to Adelaide, where you will learn about Australia’s Indigenous people and taste local delicacies if you’re brave enough before finishing up in Australia’s cultural capital, Melbourne.
So there you go, that’s our top 7 Aussie trips solely for 18-39 year-olds.
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