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Australia’s Top 10 Most Booked Tours

TripAdvisor has just announced the top 10 most booked tours in Australia, according to TripAdvisor Attractions data for 2016.

Travellers can look to tours such as the ones offered by TripAdvisor as it provides a more in-depth experience, where they can learn more of a place than they would if they were exploring on their own.

The Top 10 most booked Australian Tours include:


  1. Sydney and Bondi Hop-on Hop-off Tour

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    Experience this hop-on hop-off sightseeing tour by double decker bus, with unobstructed views and recorded on-board commentary between 34 stops. Offering a low-price guarantee of $50 through TripAdvisor, it’s the best way for travellers to visit Sydney’s top destinations. Highlights include the incredible Sydney Harbour Bridge, the Sydney Opera House, Darling Harbour and Bondi Beach.

  2. Great Ocean Road Small-Group Eco-Tour from Melbourne

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    Head out from Melbourne and explore the natural wonders of Australia’s Great Ocean Road. Walk along the Kennett River where you can spot koalas in the wild or admire rock formations including the famous Twelve Apostles at Port Campbell National Park. Travellers can take advantage of the low-price guarantee of $130 when they book through TripAdvisor.

  3. Sydney Bridge Climb

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    Climb Australia’s most iconic structure with an experienced guide and admire the spectacular views from Sydney’s Harbour Bridge. From a height of 134 meters, take in the incomparable viewpoint of Sydney Harbour, the Sydney Opera House, the Blue Mountains and more. Book through TripAdvisor for a guaranteed low price of $158.

  4. Sydney Opera House Guided Walking Tour

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    The ever-popular tourist hotspot, the Sydney Opera House regularly sees a flock of tourists posing out the front or on its steps. Now, travellers can enjoy a one-hour behind-the-scenes tour of the iconic structure with a knowledgeable guide. Get ready to hear an endless list of fun facts about the opera house’s history, architecture and the thousands of performances that have taken place since the opening in 1973. As an extra bonus, grab a great deal with TripAdvisor’s low price guarantee of $37.

  5. Yarra Valley Wine and Winery Tour from Melbourne

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    Melbourne is famous for its wines sourced from surrounding rural areas of Victoria. For a low price of $130 with a booking through TripAdvisor, experience the delights of Victoria’s wine country on this spectacular wine tour.

  6. Great Barrier Reef Diving and Snorkelling Cruise from Cairns

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    Feel like getting away from it all? Enjoy a full day of diving and snorkelling with a tour of one of the great wonders of the world, the Great Barrier Reef. Travellers will have five hours total to explore the reef waters away from the crowds, complimented by a delicious buffet lunch on board. All this can be enjoyed for a low price of $155 when booked through TripAdvisor.

  7. Blue Mountains Nature and Wildlife Day Tour from Sydney

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    Escape the hustle and bustle of Sydney’s urban lifestyle with a trip to discover the World Heritage listed wilderness of the Blue Mountains. Take a scenic drive along the winding Cliff Drive into the Blue Mountains National Park, with panoramic views over the Megalong Valley. Additionally, visit the quant mountain villages of Leura and Katoomba all for as little as $100.75.

  8. 2-Day Combo: Sydney City Tour, Sydney Harbour Lunch Cruise and Blue Mountains Day Trip

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    Can’t make up your mind on just one fantastic tour? Why not combine two with TripAdvisor’s 2-Day Combo for only $263. Travellers can experience the best of Sydney and the Blue Mountains with a two-day tour.

    Tours include a full day of sightseeing in Sydney exploring the city on a coach tour, followed by Sydney Harbour lunch cruise. The second half of the tour allows travellers to visit the spectacular Blue Mountains, including Scenic World, Featherdale Wildlife Park, Echo Point and Three Sisters.

  9. Phillip Island: Penguins, Koalas and Kangaroos Day Tour from Melbourne

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    Observe some of Australia’s most popular famous wildlife with a day trip from Melbourne to Phillip Island. The trip includes a stop at Maru Koala and Animal Park, allowing travellers to get up close and personal with Koalas and Kangaroos.

    Other highlights include watching the nightly Penguin Parade at Summerland Beach and visiting the Nobbies rock formations where you might even be able to spot a fur seal. The tour is available for a low-price guarantee of $165 with TripAdvisor.

  10. Green Island Day Trip from Cairns

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    For $94, travellers can explore the Great Barrier Reef and lush island rainforest on a full day tour to Green Island. Departing from Cairns, this catamaran tour includes activities such as snorkelling, scuba diving, sea walking, nature walks and tours on a glass-bottom boat or semi-submarine. Perfect for those wanting to discover the underwater wonders of Australia’s most famous reef.


TripAdvisor is the world’s largest travel site from reviews to bookings. TripAdvisor Attractions is the world’s largest online provider of tours, activities and attractions, offering more than 56,000 bookable tours, activities, and experiences in 2,500 destinations and 165 countries. It is one of the best tools for travellers to book the ultimate adventure experience.

With so many great tour options for such affordable prices, it is now easier than ever to get out and explore this incredibly beautiful and diverse country.

For more information and to book tours head to tripadvisor.com.au

Autumn Laklem
Autumn Laklem
Autumn is fresh out of university with a passion for travel and music. Growing up in both Thailand and Australia she is always keen to try new things and experience new places and cultures. Her background in a country that is rich in culture and amazing food and scenery has fostered a desire to seek out local hotspots in any place she goes to in order to truly experience the local highlights of the area. Currently based on the Gold coast, she is enjoying time with family whilst seeking out new adventures and opportunities.

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