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Earlybird savings on Australia and NZ

Earlybird savings on Australia and NZ


Youth travel operator Topdeck is taking 7.5% off all Australia and New Zealand adventures when booked and paid in full by 28 February.

From the wide open spaces of Australia’s remote outback to the splendour of New Zealand’s snow-capped mountains, Topdeck offers over 20 adventures through Australasia taking you to both major spots and off the beaten track.

Save NZ$170 on the 12-day Down South and Outback from Melbourne to Alice Springs now from NZ$2105* per person.

The trip is packed with included experiences such as a visit to Grampians National Park, a winery tour in Clare Valley, an underground stay in Coober Pedy, sunrise and sunset over Uluru, a trip to a kangaroo orphanage and a guided hike of Kings Canyon. The trip also operates in reverse.

Discover the Northern Territory between Alice Springs and Darwin on the 6-day Didgeridoo Dreams now from NZ$1328* per person, a saving of NZ$107.

Feast your eyes on awesome landscapes in Kakadu and Litchfield National Park, discover ancient Aboriginal rock art, canoe in Katherine Gorge, marvel at the Aboriginal treasure of Karlu Karlu (Devils Marbles), visit a famous outback pub, bathe in thermal springs and take a 4WD trip to Jim Jim Falls.

In New Zealand, mix extreme sports with the natural paradise of the South Island on the 10-day Pure Adrenalin from NZ$1670* per person, a saving of NZ$135.

Get your Kiwi kicks in Abel Tasman National Park, stay at Fox Glacier, cruise through Milford Sound, enjoy a sheep farm experience in Fairlie and of course visit Queenstown, where you can bungy jump, mountain bike and jet boat your days away in this thrill-seeker's paradise.

All trips include coach transport with Wi-Fi, accommodation, many meals, and services of a trip leader and driver.

For more information contact Topdeck on 0800 525 366, visit www.topdeck.travel or your local travel agent.

*Terms & Conditions: The 7.5% ‘Early Bird Discount’ applies exclusively to all trips listed in Topdeck’s 2014/15 New Zealand and Australia brochure. The discount is valid for new bookings made from now until 28 February 2014. For Early Bird discount to apply all Topdeck services must be paid in full by 28 February 2014 or 42 days prior to departure (whichever comes first). Open dated itineraries must be paid in full at the time of booking. The 7.5% Early Bird Discount is not combinable with any other discount or promotion unless otherwise stated. Subject to availability. Promo code TANZEB7.5% must be mentioned at time of booking. Topdeck reserves the right to withdraw this offer at any time. For full terms and conditions please visit www.topdeck.travel.

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