Australia Holidays

Overview

Such a diverse country as Australia is difficult for us to summarise, though if we were to try, we would conjure up scenes of hypnotic and tranquil reefs, deep turquoise waters, white sand beaches, lush green forests and expansive jagged mountains all interspersed with modern cities such as Melbourne and Sydney.

Australia’s cities offer up chic bars and nightlife experiences alongside modern galleries, theatres and museums that show the Aboriginal roots of the country, while the wide open road that stretches from Margaret River to Dover is the best way to explore the country, taking in as you do such delights as Perth’s Caversham Wildlife Park and Tasmania’s Bruny islands wilderness coast.

Australia is of course known for its world-class beers that mingle with world-class wines and a vibrant fusion cuisine that reveals the multicultural nature of Australia’s cities. As you might expect – the seafood is fantastic.

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Australia – A quick view

Time difference: GMT +9.30 Hours
Flight time: Approx 14 hours
Visa Required: Not required for British pass port holders
Currency: Australian dollar
Tel Code: +61
Population: 23.13 million (approx)
Official Language: N/A, Main Language Australian English (80%)
Recommended Airlines:British Airways, Emirates, Qantas, Singapore, Malaysia.
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Itinerary Ideas

30 Days
Grand Tour of Australia
from £5,899pp

 See the iconic Sydney Harbour Bridge and Opera House, Wonder the Kata Tjuta rock domes….
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27 Days
Wonders of Australia
from £5,799pp

 See koalas in their natural habitat at Maru Koala and Animal Park, See the iconic….
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22 Days
The Highlights of Australia
from £4,299pp

 View the spectacular coastal scenery on the Great Ocean Road, Wonder the Kata….
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32 Days
Grand Tour Of Australia, Fiji and New Zealand from £6,599pp

 Marvel over the natural wonders of The Pinnacles Desert, View the spectacular….
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28 Days
Highlights Of Australia and New Zealand Tour from £5,899pp

 Experience the delights of Victoria’s wine country, Cruise the breathtaking…..
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Specialist Knowledge

As the world’s 6th largest country – Australia offers some of the most diverse travel experiences available today – but the country can take months to explore – trekking through national parks, losing days on picture-perfect beaches and exploring the Australia’s extraordinary list of must see attractions. Things to consider are of course the two big natural attractions – the Great Barrier Reef and the Uluru rock. The cities are all worthy of exploration and you’ll find that each has its own distinct personality thanks to the waves of post-war immigration from both Europe and Asia. Head to Sydney and take in an opera in the iconic Sydney Opera House, and then take to Melbourne to indulge in the European-style cafe culture and the eye-catching St. Patrick’s Cathedral. Brisbane is a lively city with plenty to do including the illuminating Queensland Museum and the pretty City Hall – though nature lovers should take a trip to the Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary to get up close and personal with a loveable Koala bear. Adelaide is charming and old fashioned while Perth in the west is somewhat isolated – don’t miss Swan Valley or the Pinnacles desert with its collection of limestone formations that rise from the sand, in the Nambung National Park. When the cities begin to run dry – take a drive down the The Great Ocean road for an unmatched coastal roadway which stretches from Torquay to Warrnambool and perhaps a look at the Daintree and Cape Tribulation National Park in Cairns and the aweinspiring Edith Falls where you can take a cruise down the scenic Katherine Gorge.

Time your visit to coincide with the Sydney Festival in January for three weeks of festivities that spread all over the city – from parks to theatres and cinemas to bars, or alternatively visit Brisbane for the biennial (even years) Brisbane Festival which sees the city host a vibrant and colourful collection of performing arts events, live music, food and drink and fireworks.

Points to ponder

Read more on relatively simple Australian cuisine pairing European techniques with Pacific ingredients and tipping in Australia.

Attractions

Great Barrier Reef

Cape Tribulation, Queensland

Caversham Wildlife Park

The Pinnacles Desert

The Kangaroo Sanctuary

Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary

Great Ocean Road

Blue Mountains

Top Cities
  • Adelaide
  • Alice Springs
  • Brisbane
  • Cairns
  • Coober Pedy
  • Hobart
  • Darwin
  • Karijini
  • Melbourne
  • Perth
  • Sydney
  • Port Douglas
  • Broome

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  • We care about the environment, communities you visit, we help preserve our eco-system
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  • We build your holiday around what you want
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