How to travel Australia like the royal couple

Australia’s Blue Mountains is also on the Royal Itinerary. ― AFP pic
Australia’s Blue Mountains is also on the Royal Itinerary. ― AFP pic

LONDON, April 15 ― A luxury retail website has created a travel package inspired by the royal itinerary of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge as they continue along their three-week tour of Australia and New Zealand with Prince George.

Capitalising on the worldwide interest in the couple’s first tour with Prince George, London-based has created a luxury travel package fit for, well, a king, that includes visits to the places on the royal itinerary like the Blue Mountains and the Taronga Zoo in Sydney, which will be naming its bilby enclosure after the pint-sized royal tot.

Created in partnership with luxury Australian travel operator Bridge & Wickers, the month-long package also includes a Tiffany’s sterling silver baby cup, Prada baby bag, and white gold, diamond-encrusted pacifier for couples who will be bringing baby in tow.

And like the royal couple, those who purchase the tour will travel in style, are they're shuttled in chauffeured limousines, board a private yacht to tour the Great Barrier Reef, take to the skies in a helicopter and fly to lunch on a seaplane.

The complete travel package, which includes travel from Heathrow Airport to Australia and accommodation for the couple, costs £341,000 (RM1.85 million) or $571,110.

Bringing your own Prince George or Princess Georgina is extra.

Here’s the list of travel stops:

1. Sydney, on the Royal Itinerary

2. Blue Mountains, also on the Royal Itinerary

3. Hamilton Island

4. Cape Tribulation/The Daintree Rainforest

5. Lizard Island and the Great Barrier Reef

6. Kakadu National Park and Arnhem Land

7. The Bungle Bungle Range in Purnululu National Park

8. Uluru (Ayers Rock) Kata Tjuta (The Olgas), on the Royal Itinerary

9. Coober Pedy and Barossa Valley

10. Adelaide (also on the Royal Itinerary) and Kangaroo Island

11. Melbourne and the Great Ocean Road

12. Freycinet National Park, Tasmania ― AFP-Relaxnews

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