APT has released a new collection of Luxury Short Breaks exploring popular tourist regions of Western Australia, Tasmania and South Australia. Billed as a “new travel style”, the tours are no longer than a week in duration and spend multiple nights at each luxury lodge or boutique accommodation utilised.
“Guests will have time to relax and indulge as well as having the opportunity to discover more about the region they are visiting,” APT said.
The new tours include a six-day Margaret River 4WD Exploration that has five nights at Pullman Bunker Bay Resort; six-day Tasmanian Epicurean 4WD Escape which featured three nights at Henry Jones Art Hotel in Hobart and two nights at Saffire Freycinet; and a seven-day South Australia Flinders Ranges & Wineries itinerary that offers a glamping experience at Ikara Safari Camp in Wilpena Pound, three nights at The Louise in the Barossa Valley and a night at Mt Lofty House in the Adelaide Hills.
Guests will be transported on APT’s own custom fleet of luxury 4WD vehicles, catering for no more than 20 people per itinerary.
“As we all know, the travel industry has changed dramatically and our priority now is to create incredible experiences that are possible in this new travel landscape,” said APT Managing Director Chris Hall.
“Our new Luxury Short Breaks will feature the best accommodation in spectacular locations with a focus on relaxation, food and wine,” Hall said.
The tours operate return from their respective capital cities, and due to the current travel climate, have a reduced deposit of $250 per person. A saving of $600 per couple is also available for a limited time and valid until sold out.
APT has also responded to the ever-changing COVID-19 era by implementing Safe Travel protocols. Details here.
Lead image: The Louise, Barossa Valley (credit: Tourism SA)