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From the rugged Australian outback of Kakadu or Uluru - Ayers Rock to the Kimberley's to the vast coast of Australia. Australia 4 Tours the Australian Darwin based specialist offers different tour styles such as Safari, Explorer, Unleaded and Unleashed 18-39 to offer you with an lifetime experience of fun and adventure with like minded travellers. Contact us now for your next holiday adventure.
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About the Region New South Wales

Area: 801,640 sq kms (309,417 sq miles) (520,902 sq miles)
State Population: 6,764,600
Capital: Sydney
Population: 4,000,000

The history of the state started in 1770 when Captain James Cook sailed into Botany Bay and claimed this section of Australia's East Coast for Great Britain; later in 1901 the colony became a state under the name of 'New South Wales'. Nowadays, the state is the most populous and heavily industrialised in Australia with a majority of urbanised people.

The New South Wales' region is really vast with lots of diverse activities, and from the great tracts of secluded bush and beaches to flowering alpine areas and outback extremes, this region has something for everyone. One of the main attractions in the state is the capital and cosmopolitan city of Sydney, site of Australia's oldest European settlement. The city is the largest in Australia and offers lots of cultural and leisure activities as well as beautiful icons such as the famous Sydney Opera House or Sydney Harbour Bridge.

New South Wales Culture

New South Wales has thousands of attractions and activities ranging from heritage buildings to beautiful scenic drives. This is a state where indigeneous people have lived for more than 45,000 years, and therefore a region rich in Aboriginal Art where more than 2,000 aboriginal rock engraving sites can be found nowadays. The region has also lots of varied events ranging from the several sports, arts and community events to popular festivals and exhibitions that attract thousands of people.

Sydney is set on a stunning harbour that is referred to as one of the most beautiful in the world, and where lots of cultural events take place. Indeed, a vast collection of museums and impressive galleries are set on the Harbour, and several spectacular year-round events are organised in the city. Therefore, from one of the biggest screen in the world at the I-Max to the high quality cultural events of the Sydney Opera House and the beautiful botanic gardens, Sydney has lots of very interesting and spectacular sites that people have to visit.

New South Wales Wildlife

Thanks to its great national parks and state conservation areas, New South Wales' region is home to a vast array of native wildlife including lots of exotic birds and also many endangered and threatened species. Therefore people may see several wallabies, wombats, possums, echidnas, kangaroos, koalas, flying foxes as well as different kinds of reptiles and birds

New South Wales Climate

The climate in New South Wales is temperate, with lots of humidity along the coast during the summer months from December to February. The hottest areas are located in the northwest side of the region during the summer months, and the coldest areas are situated in the snowy mountains of the state during the winter months.

Time Zones
Please note: At different times during the year there are time zones differences in Australia, for instance between New South Wales and Queensland.

Example: On certain tours that depart New South Wales at 8.00am and then stops to pickup more passengers just over the border in Queensland at 8.30am which would normally take 90 minutes to cover the same distance it's because of the time zone.

  Average Minimum Average Maximum Description
Summer( December to February) 17°C 26°C This is the hottest season with little rainfalls; the temperatures indicated are averages and can easily rise above 30°C (86°F).
Autumn (March to May) 15°C 22°C The weather is cooler but still fine, with an average of 120mm to 135 mm of rain per month from March to May, with the most rain in March.
Winter (June to August) 9°C 17°C Winter in New South Wales is cool and pleasant, ideal for bushwalking. There is an average of 80mm to 131mm of rain per month, with the most rain in June.
Spring (September to November) 13°C 22°C This is the dryest season but the weather stays cool and pleasant, and becomes warmer in late spring. There is an average of 69mm to 81mm per month.

New South Wales 'Things to do'

Arrawarra: This beach holiday park situated in the Solitary Islands Marine Park offers fabulous fishing and great surfing to people.

Barrington Tops: it is a beautiful 25 kilometres long plateau situated between two large peaks and part of the Mount Royal Range in the New South Wales' region. It is also believed to be an extinct volcano.

Blue Lake: this lake is the only glacial lake in Australia and is situated in the Snowy Mountains. The view of the lake is simply amazing and spectacular.

Blue Mountains: the Blue Mountains National Park is situated approximately 100 kilometres from Sydney and consists in a range of spectacular and huge sandstone mountains, which sometimes reach more than 1100 metres above sea level. The valleys and gorges that people can see there are just wonderful. The National Park is listed as a World Heritage Site and is a highlight in Australia.

Byron Bay: this town is situated about 800 kilometres from Sydney and is famous for its great surfing spots and its several beautiful beaches.

Canberra: situated approximately 300 kilometres southwest of Sydney, Canberra is the capital city of Australia with a population of about 330,000 people. This is the site of Parliament House, the High Court of Australia and several government departments. The city is also famous for its several gardens and is also known as the 'bush capital'.

Charlotte pass: it is a small village and ski resort situated in the Snowy Mountains, and also the oldest and highest village in Australia. It is also the starting point of a seven kilometres walk and the Gateway to Mt Kosciuszko summit.

Crescent Head: it is a beautiful and pleasant seaside resort situated about 50 kilometres from Port Macquarie and famous for its great surfing beaches and fishing.

Gold Coast: the Gold Coast begins at the New South Wales-Queensland border and is the second largest city in the state after Sydney. It is renowned for its great world-class beaches and its beautiful waterfront properties.

Jamison valley: this valley which is part of the Cox's River canyon system in the Blue Mountains National Park is surrounded by huge cliffs which can reach about 1,000 metres above sea level. The valley is incredibly and densely forested.

Jindabyne: Jindabyne is a pleasant holiday resort situated in the beautiful Snowy Mountains, ideal place to go bushwalking, mountain climbing, canoeing or kayaking. To learn more about the area and the history of the town we also give you the opportunity to visit the interesting Jindabyne Cultural Centre.

Katoomba: located approximately 110 kilometres west of Sydney Katoomba is the chief town of the city of Blue Mountains and is renowned for its spectacular panoramic views of the mountains.

Lake Burley Griffin: it is a lake situated in the centre of Australia's capital city Canberra. The lake was created in 1963 and many important institutions such as the National Library of Australia and the Parliament House are located next to it. The lake is used for several activities such as fishing, swimming, and also sailing.

Lake Jindabyne: this lake is composed of the remains of the old town of Jindabyne which lie submerged under it, and is also an ideal place for fishing, kayaking, sailing, canoeing and lots of other water sports.

Mount Ainsley: it is a mountain situated next to Canberra and from which people can have a magnificent view of the whole city.

Mount Kosciuszko: this mountain is the highest one in Australia and is located in the Snowy Mountains in Kosciuszko National Park. This mountain is really impressive and beautiful insofar as it is approximately 2230 metres high.

Nimbin: small town situated approximately 30 kilometres from Lismore in northern New South Wales and important for its Aboriginal culture and history. It offers lots of activities such as the great candle factory, Nimbin museum or the Hemp Embassy which enable people to learn more about the area.

Rainbow beach: this beach was called Rainbow Beach thanks to the rainbow coloured cliffs situated along the shore. Those cliffs are important for Aboriginal people, that is why our tour guides will tell you about the Aboriginal legend of the place.

Surfers Paradise: it is a famous and pleasant beach resort town located on Australia's Gold Coast, renowned for its high-rise apartment buildings and its great surfing beaches.

Sydney: Sydney is the capital of New South Wales' region and is the most populous city in Australia with a population of about 4 million people. The city is set on a stunning harbour that is referred to as one of the most beautiful in the world, and is also the financial capital of Australia.

Three Sisters: this is one of the most famous rock formation in Australia, and also a highlight of Blue Mountains National Park. The Three Sisters are part of the vast Jamison Valley and have been formed by years of erosion.

Wentworth Falls: it is a small village located approximately 100 kilometres west of Sydney in the Blue Mountains National Park and situated about 860 metres above sea level. It is also the name of a spectacular waterfall nearby.

* Take advantage of all the free attractions in the city and region including:
* Take in some free music at the Sydney Opera House on Sunday afternoons.
* Walk around the Royal Botanical Gardens or just take a rest by the water.
* Swim at a selection of beautiful beaches at Bondi, Manly, Coogee or further a field.
* Observe the unusual at Circular Quay, which usually attracts various characters and street performers.
* Bushwalk some of the great tracks in the Sydney Harbour and Royal National Parks.
* Get some culture - the NSW Art Gallery offers free viewings of their general collections.
* Browse around the markets - Paddington, Glebe, Balmain, Flemington, Parklea, Haymarket and The Rocks all have markets well worth paying a visit to. * Go to The Rocks - markets, cafes, shops and free entertainment every weekend.
* Hike the Spit Bridge to Manly Harbour walk.
* Walk the Bondi to Coogee coastal walk.
* Camp it up on Sydney's colourful Gay Golden Mile that is Oxford Street.
* Check out the views at both North and South Head. * Visit Palm Beach, famous for the filming of the TV series, Home and Away.
* Visit the Royal National Park and drive the old coast road to Wollongong. * Visit the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games Venue at Homebush Bay.
* Visit the nearby regions, the Blue Mountains are a must, Southern Highlands, Avoca Beach or the Central Coast.

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What is the difference between a tour and a safari. In Australia especially in Northern Territory the two words 'tour and 'safari' can often be used together. Traditionally a safari is a African Swahili word safari indicating "long journey", previously used when hunting. A guided safari nowadays as in Australia is for travelling vast distances to observe, photograph and experience close up and in person animals, all other wildlife, natural habitats, national parks, pristine nature spots such as waterfalls and flora and fauna unique to that area.

Whereas an Australian guided 'tour' (being a noun) is traditionally a journey for pleasure in which several different places are visited such as the Great Ocean Road in Victoria and then onto the Great Barrier Reef near Cairns in Queensland. If the trip is from Sydney to Darwin and includes Ayers Rock Uluru and Kakadu then it may be called a safari tour. A tour can include a spectrum of sites, places, travel styles and activities.

An adventure safari tour is one generally for fit and adventurous persons usually over 8 years old and under 65 though we have helped many folks in their 70's and even 80's or with young families under 8 years old on selected tours and private customized charters who have been very fit and adventurous persons.

Some people like to travel only with same age adventure travels so tours are especially designed for certain age groups such as over 40's adventure tours or 18-35's adventure tours. All these adventure tours found here are for singles, couples, friends or small groups of friends and we call this DYI adventure tours.

As one of Australia's oldest and most respected tour specialists based in Darwin Northern Territory Australia we offer you a selection of tour companies with experienced guides and well maintained vehicles to get the best out of a limited holiday plan for your next vacation. We discounts and packages we will offer you valve for your next holiday.

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• Scheluded tours operate and depart daily or multiple times weekly..
• As the Northern Territory's leading small group safari companies, the operatosr run tours to some of Australia's most famous landmarks including Uluru (Ayers Rock) and Kakadu National Park.
• From the tropical Top End to the spiritual heart of the Red Centre, from Aboriginal Culture to abundant wildlife - experienced guides will help you discover the best of this unique and special state.
• The tour operator is an award winning company specialising in active, small group safaris for the adventurous traveller.
• We offer an extensive range of tours exploring the highlights and hidden delights of the Northern Territory, Central Australia, The Top End, South Australia, Victoria, Tasmania, New South Wales, Western Australia and Tropical North Queensland.
• Their tours are nature-based with the emphasis on the unique scenery, wildlife and Aboriginal culture of each area and they cater for everyone from the fit and adventurous who want to get off the beaten track to those who prefer the sound of ‘soft adventure’ and more comfortable facilities!,,,,,,,,,,, are based in Darwin Northern Territry and is proudly Australian owned, Australian licensed and locally operated. Goholi-Australia 4 Wheel Drive Rentals Group - Australia is one of the Northern Territory's leading small group safari, sightseeing, charter, tour and selfdrive specialists' it is a Darwin Northern Territory Travel Agent License.

Goholi-Australia 4 Wheel Drive Rentals Group - Darwin Australia
Tel: International +61 8 7999 7511
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Our very experienced Northern Territory staff will help you discover the best of these unique and special tours offers across Australia with camping safaris to one day sight seeing coach trips, eco tours australia adventure camping safaris in Kakadu National Park and Uluru (Ayers Rock) from Alice Springs and Ayers Rock Resort (Uluru) in Northern Territory. We seek out tours from only reputable experienced tour companies to some of Australia's most famous landmarks including Uluru Kata Tjuta National Park (Ayers Rock) and Kakadu National Park. From the tropical Top End to the spiritual heart of the Red Centre, from Aboriginal Culture to abundant wildlife - then onto Adelaide and Cairns we have sourced an excellent range of tours for your next vacation in Australia. Our experienced staff have collectively over 30 years in the travel industry will help you as we have done with thousand's of other travellers in the past discover the best of these unique tour destinations within Australia and our special tours offers.

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