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Aboard a Privately Chartered Qantas 737


8 days


23rd - 30th 
April 2021


Starting from $9,450



Join us aboard a privately chartered Qantas 737 for a journey to some true Australian icons.


From MONA in Hobart to the vineyards of the Barossa Valley, from the Field of Light at Uluru to the Qantas Founders Museum in Longreach – let us reignite your joy of travel.

If you are familiar with our popular ‘Around the World’ Qantas journeys you know that you’re in for a treat. In 2021 we keep things closer to home, joining with Qantas to offer an extraordinary travel experience.


In the event of cancellation due to Covid restrictions we offer a 100% credit or a refund less non recoverable costs.  See Booking Form for detailed terms and conditions.




Sipping on a glass of fine wine, with ample space between yourself and the nearest person, you realise this flight is unlike others.  Our Qantas 737 offers a bespoke travel program.

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A majestic rock arising from the desert, nearby Kata Tjuta and a spectacular night at the Field of Light.

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Australia’s southern city has come to life – culture, art and a burgeoning food scene. Completely unlike the Hobart of yesteryear.



The beating heart of Outback Queensland and home to the impressive Qantas Founders Museum and the Australian Stockmans Hall of Fame.


Quaint stone cottages, Lutheran churches, views for miles and an abundance of premium wineries.

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You’ll be warmly welcomed by the Constellation Journeys team and like minded travellers.  Choose to share with another traveller or enjoy a single room at a low single supplement.




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Friday 23 April 
Welcome aboard. Depart Sydney late this morning for Hobart. As you taste the enhanced on board dining, accompanied by fine wines, and meet your friendly Qantas crew you realise this is unlike a standard domestic flight.
On arrival you’ll discover a city that is learning to seamlessly blend the past with the present on an afternoon walking tour around Historical Hobart, the Waterfront and Salamanca Wharf.  This evening you’re invited to a special dinner at Hobart’s world renowned MONA.

Saturday 24 April
Today and tomorrow a variety of 'A La Carte' options enable you to decide how you wish to experience the Hobart region. 
Sample Tasmania’s gourmet delights on our ‘Taste of the Huon’ excursion; uncover history at Port Arthur or start your shopping experience at Salamanca Markets followed by a return visit to MONA.  Enjoy a casual dinner at our hotel tonight.

Sunday 25 April 

A special ANZAC Day service is offered to those who wish to partake. Another day of A La Carte options allow you to tailor your discovery of Tasmania – Taste of the Huon, Port Arthur or a visit to Maria Island. 
Choose from a selection of restaurants for dinner tonight.


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Monday 26 April 
After breakfast take a late morning flight to Adelaide.  Lunch aboard will feature some of Tasmania’s premium produce and wines. If weather permits, our Captain will fly at low altitude across Victoria’s Great Ocean Road and over the Twelve Apostles. After arriving in Adelaide we head to Hanhndorf, a quaint German town, before your first taste of South Australian viticulture at a nearby winery. 

Our destination is the Novotel Barossa Valley Resort, where a relaxed barbeque dinner is served at the resort.

Tuesday 27 April 

Explore the Barossa, choosing the option that best suits you.  Start the day with a sunrise hot air balloon flight over the valley (additional cost); visit Seppeltsfield for lunch, wine tasting and some shopping time at the adjacent Jam Factory Gallery, supporting local artists and craftspeople; ‘Make Your Own Blend’ at Penfolds, using Grenache, Shiraz and Mataro – you’ll even receive a bottle of your blend to take home; or hone your cooking skills with a private cooking demonstration and wine tasting at Maggie Beer’s Farm Shop.  

This evening we come together for a special dinner at ‘Old Redemption’, at the historic Peter Lehmann Winery.


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Wednesday 28 April 
Rise early and fit in another winery visit, or spend a relaxing morning around the resort before a late morning departure to the airport.  Enjoy a gourmet lunch accompanied by Barossa wines en route to Uluru. Our home for the next two nights is at the Ayers Rock Resort ‘Sails in the Desert’. 

Visit the spectacular domed rock formations of Kata Tjuta (The Olgas). Walk through Walpa Gorge, beneath the temple like rocks, along a natural creek bed. 

This evening dinner is served alfresco, beside the pool at our hotel.

Thursday 29 April – Uluru

Witness the sun rise over Uluru before driving around the base of the rock whilst learning about the Aboriginal rock art, culture and local flora and fauna. Take the Kuniya Walk to the Mutitjulu Waterhole and visit the Uluru Cultural Centre.


Return to the resort for lunch before an afternoon of relaxation or your choice of a range of activities.  See a demonstrations of traditional bush skills; catch the camel train for a 45 minute ride through the desert landscape with Uluru and Kata Tjuta as a stunning backdrop; take a 15 minute ‘Uluru and Resort Postcard’ helicopter flight; or take a 30 minute ‘Quick Spin’ on the back of a Harley.

Tonight you are invited to attend an exclusive Constellation Journeys private dining experience and an immersion into the Field of Light art installation, where the desert is illuminated with coloured sculptures and shimmering lights. 


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Friday 30 April 
Longreach, quintessential outback Queensland town, is home to the remarkable Qantas Founders Museum and the iconic Australian Stockman’s Hall of Fame.


We’ll visit both before enjoying exclusive private access to the ‘Airpark’, home to a Qantas Boeing 747, Boeing 707 and Super Constellation aircraft. 


We’ll be treated with drinks and canapés to accompany a sound and light show performed exclusively for our group.


Rejoin our private Qantas 737 for the evening flight to Sydney as you celebrate a remarkable eight days of travel with newfound friends.


Photo acknowledgements: Field of Light Uluru © Bruce Munro, photo by Mark Pickthall.  Ilkari Restaurant at Sails in the Desert © Voyages Indigenous Tourism Australia.  Ayres Rock © Voyages Indigenous Tourism Australia. Pool at Sails in the Desert Hotel © Voyages Indigenous Tourism Australia. Mona images courtesy of Mona/Jesse Hunniford and the artists and Mona. Field of Light Uluru © Bruce Munro, photo by Mark Pickthall.


Prices are all inclusive twin share per person from Sydney.  Connecting flights to join the journey from other cities are available on request.


From $9,450

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.Qantas Domestic Economy Class seating with a seat left vacant between guests.




$ 950


From $13,950

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Qantas Domestic Business Class seating at the front of the aircraft.




$ 1,500

Every journey is a doorway to further travel.

Your journey with Constellation Journeys can contribute to your Qantas Points balance - considerably. Depending on the class you select, you will benefit from a sliding scale of points that could take you even further on your next journey.

*You must be a member of the Qantas Frequent Flyer program to earn and redeem Qantas points. A joining fee usually applies, however Constellation Journeys has arranged for this to be waived for new customers at www.qantas.com/freejoin

Terms & conditions apply.






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With limited space available on this unique Journey we encourage you to contact us now.