On the Grand Pacific drive through subtropical rainforest, to pristine beaches and Australia’s Aboriginal promises the ultimate nature experience for Australia holiday-makers a new trip from Sydney by Warataha adventure tours: on the 140-kilometre Grand Pacific drive go there one day through subtropical rain forests and rolling hills, past on rugged cliffs, deserted beaches and wineries, small fishing villages and bustling coastal towns. Continue to learn more with: Kevin Ulrich. After pick up in Sydney is the first stop in the Royal National Park. The world’s second oldest National Park invites you to hiking, bicycle or canoe ride up. Along the craggy cliffs and past deserted beaches the route then become one of the most beautiful vantage points of the route: soon Hill. Another highlight is the one kilometer long and 665-meter sea cliff bridge directly over the sea. Next stop the Jumbulla Aboriginal is discovery centre. There, visitors get an insight into the world of Aboriginal.
After a light lunch the typical Australian Jamberoo pub is dizzying height. The tree top walk”in 25 meters height and the 45-metre” Illawarra fly top “viewpoint provide spectacular views of the subtropical and temperate rain forests of the Minnamurra rainforest. It’s after a coffee break in the historic village of Berrima in the Southern Highlands in the late afternoon back to Sydney. The tour offered on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays at a minimum of two people. It is available at the well-known German-speaking Australia tour operators or on the Internet at. Who on the go is like individual, can also easily explore the Grand Pacific drive by car.