Sample Sydney, Melbourne, Canberra, Perth Itinerary

‘That’s Not a Tour, This is a Tour’ showcases four of Australia’s best cities. This tour is the perfect opportunity for you to take in the iconic sights of the Sydney Harbour Bridge, Opera House and Eureka Tower. In addition to these fabulous sights you can also experience an array of personalities from the 'friendly city' (Perth) to Canberra's enthusiastic sporting nature. Australia is a thriving sporting nation creating the perfect destination for your sports tour.


The Itinerary below takes in some of the best destinations and features that Australia has to offer.

Your sports tour to Australia begins as you fly from Heathrow to Kuala Lumpur.
Arrive in Kuala Lumpur and jet off on the next plane to Sydney where you will arrive around 9pm local time. Check in to your accommodation and sleep of the jet lag or if the Sydney night air has put a skip in your step get out and familiarise yourself with the local area. 
Refreshed from a great night's sleep in your Teamlink recommended accommodation your sports tour to Australia is ready to kick off as you head down to the world famous Bondi Beach. After some time passes, whilst you marvel at the local surfing talent, the thought of trying it for yourself will inevitably cross your mind...go with it! Even if you only manage to stand on the board for a millisecond that is long enough to snap a picture for the worlds coolest Facebook profile picture. Spend the evening getting familiar with the local inhabitants, and brews, in one of Sydney's effortlessly cool drinking establishments.
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Day four brings your first match against local opposition. After the match you have a chance to enjoy post match festivities with your hosts. 
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Instead of getting wrapped up in the hustle and bustle of the city today you have the chance to enjoy the tranquility of the Blue Mountains, a UNESCO world heritage site that offers some of the best highland scenery in the world. However the sights are not all the mountains have to offer; why not also enjoy guided bushwalks, 4x4 driving and golf to really make the most of the Australian highlands? 
San Diego and Los Angeles Itinerary   DAY SIX
Once again its game day, bringing with it another chance to show the Australian opposition who’s the better nation. Following the match their will be a chance to mix with the local team during post match festivities. 
San Diego and Los Angeles Itinerary   DAY SEVEN
It’s time to take in one of the most iconic sights in Australia: the Sydney Harbour Bridge or the ‘coathanger’ as it was nicknamed due to its arch based design. No trip to the city would be complete without this visit and anyone feeling brave can take on the ‘’bridge climb,’’ a guided ascent to the top of the bridge.
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Depart from Sydney and transfer to Canberra. Check into your accommodation and spend the evening getting to know the area.
San Diego and Los Angeles Itinerary   DAY NINE
You have the day to explore Canberra. Why not check out the Australian Institute of Sport and get a tour from an elite athlete to give you some inspiration for your next match during your Australian sports tour. 
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Today you will be playing your fourth match against local opposition. Take inspiration from your Institute of Sport tour and claim another victory from your Australian opponents. Your hosts will put on post-match festivities.


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Its time to move onto your third destination whilst on your sports tour to Australia. Transfer to Melbourne and check into your accommodation. 

San Diego and Los Angeles Itinerary   DAY TWELVE
Melbourne is the sporting capital of Australia, home of Australian Rules Football and the world famous MCG (Melbourne Cricket Ground). It also has a strong rugby heritage, home to the AAMI stadium which hosts one of Australia's most prestigious professional rugby outfits, the Melbourne Rebels. The Rebels will host the Great Britain Lions in their upcoming 2013 tour.
San Diego and Los Angeles Itinerary   DAY THIRTEEN
The penultimate match of your sports tour to Australia has arrived. Make this a match to remember by adding another victory to your tour. Post-match refreshments will be supplied by the hosts. 
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You have a final day to explore Melbourne. Make it a day to remember and relax on St Kilda beach, whilst you’re their why not try Luna Park, Melbourne’s traditional fun fair. In the evening take in some live sport at the world famous Melbourne Cricket Ground.

San Diego and Los Angeles Itinerary   DAY FIFTEEN
Transfer to your final destination on your sports tour to Australia; Perth. 
San Diego and Los Angeles Itinerary   DAY SIXTEEN
The final match of your sports tour to Australia has arrived. End your trip in style and finish with a substantial win. You will then have the chance to gloat to your opposition at post-match refreshments.
San Diego and Los Angeles Itinerary   DAY SEVENTEEN
Enjoy the final day of your Australian sports tour in Perth and take in the beautiful surroundings. Why not spend the last of your holiday money during a shopping spree?
Head to the Airport to start your flight back to London.
Arrive Home. End of yours sports tour to Australia and you arrangements.

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