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12:4Beaver Architectural Ironmongery LtdTurns and EscutcheonsFace fix escutcheon.Finishes: Stainless steel (SSS), aluminium (SAA), polished brass (PB).Item No.DescriptionDimensions (mm)12.ANT350Escutcheon.50 (dia)Face fix escutcheons, supplied as a bolt-through pair.Finishes: Stainless steel (SSS), aluminium (SAA), polished brass (PB).Item No.DescriptionDimensions (mm)12.ANT350BBPair of bolt-through escutcheons.50 (dia)

WestMacDonnellRangesUluru-Kata TjutaNational ParkGreat Barrier ReefTasmanSeaSouthernOceanGulf ofCarpentariaPacificOceanCoral SeaBass StraitAUSTRALIASYDNEYCAIRNSALICE SPRINGSAYERS ROCKMELBOURNEGreatBarrierReef Cruise33312 Overnight staysAUSTRALIA & NEW ZEALAND : DISCOVERIESDuration: 13 DaysPace: Comfortable/Lively8513 Days from £3455 per person twin share Ref: QHOAA Price per PersonPrice per PersonStartsMelbourneEndsSydneyTwin ShareSingle Supp. OptionStartsMelbourneEndsSydneyTwin ShareSingle Supp. OptionTriple room reduction20 Nov 11 - 11 Mar 12£180 8 Apr 12 - 10 Mar 13£185Early Payment Discount12 months£355 10 months£265 6 months£180 2nd Trip Discount SAVE up to £185 p.p.Young Traveller Discount£355 All prices are per person, twin share.? Surcharge applies to Sydney hotel 1 & 2 January 2013.For Trafalgar's other great savings and extra night accommodation please see pages 18-19 and 214.Air: Airfares are not included in the prices above. Price requires the following intra-air sectors to be purchased separately: Melbourne-Alice Springs, Ayers Rock-Cairns, Cairns-Sydney. Trafalgar guarantees to quote you the lowest possible airfare available to us on the day that you book. See page 19 for details.Walpa Gorge, Kata Tjuta (the Olgas)2011Sun26 AugFri7 Sep36701255Sun20 NovFri2 Dec35651470Sun23 SepFri5 Oct36701255Sun4 DecFri16 Dec34551380Sun7 OctFri19 Oct36701255Sun25 DecFri6 Jan34551380Sun21 OctFri2 Nov367012552012Sun18 NovFri30 Nov36701255Sun8 JanFri20 Jan34551380Sun2 DecFri14 Dec35601175Sun22 JanFri3 Feb34551380?Sun23 DecFri4 Jan35601175Sun5 FebFri17 Feb345513802013Sun12 FebFri24 Feb34551380Sun6 JanFri18 Jan35601175Sun19 FebFri2 Mar34551380Sun20 JanFri1 Feb35601175Sun4 MarFri16 Mar34551380Sun3 FebFri15 Feb35601175Sun11 MarFri23 Mar34551380Sun10 FebFri22 Feb35601175Sun8 AprFri20 Apr35601175Sun17 FebFri1 Mar35601175Sun22 AprFri4 May35601175Sun3 MarFri15 Mar35601175Sun10 JunFri22 Jun35601175Sun10 MarFri22 Mar35601175Sun8 JulFri20 Jul36701255DAY 7 AYERS ROCK - CAIRNS (3 NIGHTS) D This morning enjoy some free time at Ayers Rock Resort. Then you will be transferred to Ayers Rock Airport for your flight to Cairns. On arrival you will be transferred to your hotel. This afternoon spend time at the Cairns Wildlife Dome where you'll encounter unique Australian animals. (BB) Hotel: Hilton Hotel (Deluxe) DAY 8 GREAT BARRIER REEF F Board a high speed catamaran and cruise out to the Great Barrier Reef. Enjoy an informative reef education presentation by a marine naturalist. See a myriad of coral and tropical fish from the underwater observatory and the semi-submersible craft. There is the opportunity to go snorkelling to view this natural living wonder up close (equipment provided). Enjoy a tropical buffet Highlight Lunch, before you return to Cairns in the late afternoon. (BB HL) DAY 9 CAIRNS AT LEISURE Enjoy a full day at leisure. You could take an optional excursion to Kuranda on the Kuranda Railway, with time to explore the markets and ride on the Skyrail Cableway above the canopy of the rainforest. Or visit the award-winning Tjapukai Aboriginal Cultural Park to experience the History, Creation and Dance Theatres where the legends of the Dreamtime are brought to life. (BB) DAY 10 CAIRNS - SYDNEY (3 NIGHTS) D You will be transferred to Cairns Airport for your flight to Sydney. On arrival at Sydney Airport you will be transferred to your hotel in Darling Harbour where you will spend the next three nights. The rest of the day is at leisure to perhaps explore this beautiful harbour city. (BB) Hotel: Four Points by Sheraton (SF) DAY 11 SYDNEY SIGHTSEEING & HARBOUR CRUISE F This morning enjoy a guided tour of the Sydney Opera House and later see the Royal Botanic Gardens, Mrs. Macquarie's Chair and Kings Cross. Afterwards, you are off to Watson's Bay and the Gap, before stopping for a walk along famous Bondi Beach to feel the golden sand between your toes. Return to the city for a cruise on Sydney Harbour with includes a Highlight Lunch on board. Later, perhaps take a stroll along the Opera House concourse and watch the world go by from one of the cafés. (BB HL) DAY 12 SYDNEY AT LEISURE F Enjoy a full day at leisure in this great city. Maybe shop for some last-minute souvenirs or take an excursion to the Blue Mountains and see some of Australia's native wildlife at Featherdale Wildlife Park. Or join a tour to the Hunter Valley, New South Wales' premier wine growing region or Canberra, the nation's capital. This evening join your Travel Director and new-found friends for a Farewell Dinner at a local restaurant by the water. (BB FD) DAY 13 DEPART SYDNEY This morning bid farewell to Australia as you are transferred to Sydney Airport for your flight home. (BB)Visit www.TrafalgarTours.co.uk for all definite departures and up-to-date information on itineraries and optional excursions.E Welcome Drink F Highlight Lunch/Dinner/Farewell Dinner (HL/HD/FD) B Be My Guest Dining (BG) N Local Wine with Dinner H Wine Tasting I Local SpecialityBB = Buffet Breakfast L = Lunch D = Dinner Beaver Architectural Ironmongery Ltd12:5Turns and EscutcheonsCylinder turn. Covers end of cylinder completely. Bolts through to any ANT3 escutcheon.Finishes: Stainless steel (SSS), aluminium (SAA), polished brass (PB).Item No.DescriptionDimensions (mm)12.ANT44Cylinder turn.Bathroom turn and release. Available with or without indicator.Finishes: Stainless steel (SSS), aluminium (SAA), polished brass (PB).Item No.DescriptionDimensions (mm)12.ANTIFM12Bathroom turn and release.