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Up to 25% off Australia and NZ

16 July 2013

Up to 25% off Australia and NZ

Discover quirky outback towns to magnificent glaciers and fjordland with up to 25 per cent off selected Topdeck adventures through Australia and New Zealand when booked by July 31.

Explore the Aussie outback with a 25% discount on the 7-day Outback Gem Reverse from Alice Springs to Adelaide now from just NZ$896* per person – a saving of NZ$299*- for all departures in July and August. Hike Kings Canyon, stargaze in a swag, experience sunset and sunrise over Uluru, visit Moon Plain where Mad Max was filmed, stay underground in Coober Pedy and taste emu and kangaroo at a tiny outback pub.

A 15% discount applies to all July and October departures of the 14-day Island Suntanner Reverse from Cairns to Sydney featuring surfing lessons in Crescent Head, Noosa, a Fraser Island 4WD adventure, overnight sailing in the Whitsundays and a Great Barrier Reef cruise from NZ$2822* per person (+ AU$10 reef tax local payment).

See awesome landscapes including Fox Glacier, cruise through Milford Sound and explore the colourful landscapes of geothermal Rotorua on the 14-day Kiwi Encounter Reverse from Christchurch to Auckland now from NZ$2362* - a 10 per cent discount for all departures from now until March 2014.

The adventure also includes Tongariro National Park of Lord of the Rings fame, wine tasting in Marlborough, an overnight stay in a Maori Marae, the adventure capital Queenstown and a sheep farm experience.

All trips include accommodation and plenty of meals and included experiences. Free Wi-Fi is available on coaches operating in Australia.

Topdeck is a leading operator of trips for 18 to 39 year olds.

Contact Topdeck on 0800 525 366, visit www.topdeck.com.au or your local travel agent.

*Valid for sale until 31 July 2013. Discounts apply to selected travel dates and are subject to availability. Discounts apply to new bookings only. Not combinable with any other discounts or promotions. Topdeck reserves the right to withdraw this offer at any time.

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