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About Oz Experience:

G’day and welcome to the NEW Oz Experience!
We are here for only one reason: To provide the best opportunities to Experience the REAL Australia. We focus on delivering you the best travel experiences Australia has to offer. This in turn, gives you maximum freedom and control over your journey. Australia is a vast expanse and it can seem a little daunting at first deciding how to plan your trip. That’s where we come in. We believe that over 12 years we have found the most unique places to stay, the coolest activities available, and the best value for your hard-earned money.

The Concept . . .
Oz Experience is a flexible touring network developed for travellers by travellers. You can get on and off our small group 24-seat mini-buses (complete with DVD players) to discover the country for yourself. We don’t include food or accommodation so you can use your time how you like. We show you things not necessarily always on the map but that offer you real Australian experiences. We pick you up and drop off at key hostels and will book your accommodation for you as well as other optional activities.
Our network encompasses travel over most of Australia. Oz Experience takes you to all of the great icons of Australia like Byron Bay, Ayers Rock (Uluru), and The Great Ocean Road. Our National passes are made up of a combination of smaller trips, and you can start them anywhere and finish them anywhere whilst travelling in one direction. That means, for example you could start your adventure in Cairns travel down the East Coast to Sydney, on towards Melbourne and Adelaide, and then up through the desert, and back to Cairns. However you travel, you want to make the most of your time in Australia and the flexible nature of our passes certainly accommodates that.

Your pass now includes sea kayaking, an outback cattle station stop, scooter-roo (guided 50cc moped ride to see kangaroos), didgeridoo experience, eco-guided treks, barefoot bowling, tree planting and learn to surf lessons.
Your pass will also give you discounts off at bars and activities along the way. We suggest you get off the bus to spend more time hanging out at the beach or in the mountains for longer walks, go to Fraser Island or the Whitsunday Islands. But even if you don’t get off we reckon you’d have a pretty good experience of what Australia’s all about by the end of your journey. All our guides are exactly that – guides not just drivers – and will tell you all about the flora and fauna, aboriginal culture, geology and points of interest you will see. We know that your visit to our rather large piece of the world will be funky, yet informative, much like us. Push the boundaries, explore and discover, get on the ultimate ride with Oz Experience!

Touring Options

Combo SydneyByron Bay

Head north from Sydney to Byron bay experiencing the best of the coast in New South Wales. Take a 2 day surf lessons on the coast. Stay one night in Barrington to check the inland. And visit the surf museum in Byron Bay.

Whipper Snapper Darwin Melbourne

Take in the wicked East Coast route and then head off from Cairns trough to Alice Springs. Cruise trough outback towns Hughenden, Boulia & Alice Springs; visit Kata Tjuta & take in the sunset at uluru. Then head up to darwin trough Katherine Gorge. See also the amazing Devil’s Marbels and swim at Metharanka! Start in Sydney or Melbourne and finish in darwin or vica versa!

Fish Hook pass DarwinSydney

Start in Sydney or Melbourne to Darwin or Vica Versa. Take in the sites on the Melbourne and Adealide route as in the Victa/ Matey sector. Head to uluru from Adealide travelling trough the Flinders ranges and Coober Pedy. Explore amazing Uluru and the Olgas, and head trough Katherine Gorge to Darwin. See also Devils marbels, Matharanka and much more!

Knobs and Bells Pass

Take in the wicked East Coast route (as described in the Bruce pass) and then head off from Cairns trough to Alice Springs. See the sunset at Uluru, and visit the olgas. Head south to Coober pedy, a town where people live underground, and explore the Flinders Ranges. finish off with the Victa/Matey sector trough to Sydney. You can travel either direction on this pass, and start anywhere you want and fish were you started.

Fish Hook Pass Darwin < > Melbourne

Start in Sydney or Melbourne to Darwin or Vica Versa. Take in the sites on the Melbourne and Adealide route as in the Victa/ Matey sector. Head to uluru from Adealide travelling trough the Flinders ranges and Coober Pedy. Explore amazing Uluru and the Olgas, and head trough Katherine Gorge to Darwin. See also Devils marbels, Matharanka and much more!

Whipper Snapper Darwin Sydney

Take in the wicked East Coast route and then head off from Cairns trough to Alice Springs. Cruise trough outback towns Hughenden, Boulia & Alice Springs; visit Kata Tjuta & take in the sunset at uluru. Then head up to darwin trough Katherine Gorge. See also the amazing Devil’s Marbels and swim at Metharanka! Start in Sydney or Melbourne and finish in darwin or vica versa!

U bolt (Cairns Darwin)

Start in Cairns or Darwin. take in the wicked East Coast (as described in the Bruce Pass) then keep heading trough melbourne and Adelaide as in the Victa/ Matey sector. Head to uluru from Adelaide travelling trough Flinders Ranges and Coober Pedy. Explore amazing Uluru and the Olgas, and then head trough Katherine Gorge to Darwin.

Top Notch Brisbane Sydney

Head from Brisbane to Sydney experiencing the best of the coast or bush exploration in NSW. Take a 2x 1/2 day surf lessons on the coast or experience interpretive bush walks in national park in the outback region. Visit Barrington and do a interpretive walk

Strewth Pass Brisbane > Cairns

Start from Byron bay or Brisbane and head to Cairns. Visit Byron Bay and take in a half day tour of Nimbin, cruise trough Brisbane, have a didgeridoo demonstration in Rainbow Beach, overnight in Hervey Bay, stay at Aussie Cattle Station, overnight at Airlie beach partake in a kayak and koala tour on Magnetic Island and much more….

Strewth Pass Byron Bay > Cairns

Start from Byron bay or Brisbane and head to Cairns. Visit Byron Bay and take in a half day tour of Nimbin, cruise trough Brisbane, have a didgeridoo demonstration in Rainbow Beach, overnight in Hervey Bay, stay at Aussie Cattle Station, overnight at Airlie beach partake in a kayak and koala tour on Magnetic Island and much more….

Cobber pass Cairns > Melbourne

Head south out of Cairns checking out the Atherton Tablelands, stopping at Mission Beach, hop on a kayak and koala tour on Magnetic island, overnight at Airlie Beach with the possibility to go to the Whitsunday’s, stay at an Aussie Cattle station, overnight in Hervey Bay, have a didgeridoo demonstration and lesson in Rainbow Beach, cruise trough Byron bay and take a tour of Nimbin, head south to Sydney along the coast learing to surf during a 3 day surf camp or inland to explore national park and do wine tasting and horse riding. Start in Cairns and finish in Sydney or Melbourne.

Cobber Pass Cairns > Sydney

Head south out of Cairns checking out the Atherton Tablelands, stopping at Mission Beach, hop on a kayak and koala tour on Magnetic island, overnight at Airlie Beach with the possibility to go to the Whitsunday’s, stay at an Aussie Cattle station, overnight in Hervey Bay, have a didgeridoo demonstration and lesson in Rainbow Beach, cruise trough Byron bay and take a tour of Nimbin, head south to Sydney along the coast learing to surf during a 3 day surf camp or inland to explore national park and do wine tasting and horse riding. Start in Cairns and finish in Sydney or Melbourne.

Bruce pass Melbourne to Cairns

Head north up to Cairns, learning to surf on the coast and exploring inland national park, visit Byron Bay and take in a tour of Nimbin, cruise trough Brisabne, have a didgeridoo demonstration and lesson in Rainbow Beach, overnight in Hervey Bay, stay at Aussie Cattle station, overnight at Airlie Beach partake in a kayak and koala tour on Magnetic Island and much more.. Start your tour in Sydney or Melbourne.

Victa/ Matey pass

Travel from Adelaide to Sydney or vica versa. Check uot Canberra, the Australian Capital city. Then head down to Lake Jindabyne. Check out Mt Kosciusko, hike to the Blue Lake, stay in the Snowy river National Park, check out Wilson Promontory, stay in Melbourne, head to Adelaide via the spectacular Great Ocean Road and stunning Grampians National Park.

Bruce Pass Sydney to Cairns

Head north up to Cairns, learning to surf on the coast and exploring inland national park, visit Byron Bay and take in a tour of Nimbin, cruise trough Brisabne, have a didgeridoo demonstration and lesson in Rainbow Beach, overnight in Hervey Bay, stay at Aussie Cattle station, overnight at Airlie Beach partake in a kayak and koala tour on Magnetic Island and much more.. Start your tour in Sydney or Melbourne.

Blue Mountains

Check out the amazing Blue Mountains. Do a 2-3 hour hike at Wentworth Falls, view kangaroos in their natural habit, ride the scenic Railway and walk by moonlight to the Three Sisters

Fair Dinkum

Take in the wicked East Coast route (as described in the Bruce pass) and then head off from Cairns trough to Darwin. Cruise trough the outback towns of Croydon and Lawn Hill. Check out Darwin and take time to head to Kakadu. Take off south to see the sunset at Uluru, and visit the Olgas. Keep going south to Coober Pedy, a town where people live undergroung, and explore the Flinders Ranges. Finsh off with the Victa Matey sector trough to Sydney. You can travel either direction on this pass. Start anywhere you want, and finish were you started. Travel in one direction only.

Activites and Experiences at Oz Experience

  • National Ecotourism Certification Program (EcoCertification)
  • Direct
  • Inbound
  • Retail
  • Wholesale
  • Checkin Desk
  • Public toilet
  • Waiting Area
  • Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander
  • Active
  • Adventure
  • Aussie Lifestyle
  • Beach
  • Caravan and Camping
  • City
  • Cruise
  • Cultural
  • Educational
  • Environmental
  • Farm/Station
  • Flora and Fauna
  • Food and Wine
  • Historic/Heritage
  • Island
  • Marine
  • Mountain
  • National Park
  • Nature based
  • Off road
  • Outback
  • Rainforest
  • Soft Adventure
  • Underground
  • Water based
  • Wilderness
  • Wildflower
  • Wildlife
  • World Heritage
  • Bus and Coach Association of New South Wales
  • Youth Hostels Association
  • American Express
  • Cash
  • Electronic Funds Transfer at Point of Sale
  • MasterCard
  • Australian Travellers Cheque
  • Visa

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Where Are Australia's Best Islands?

Australia's Best Islands

Around the coast of Australia there are many amazing islands that are an unforgetable pleasure for all who visit. Naturally, the Great Barrier Reef dominates any list of great Australian islands, with pristine wonders like the Whitsundays, Dunk Island and Lizard Island. Further off the east coast is the spectacular Lord Howe Island and off the coast of South Australia is the unspoilt Kangaroo Island. See if you aggree with our selection of Australia's best island escapes.

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