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AUSTRALIA

"The Land Down Under"

Australia Attractions

Sydney

Sydney

Famous for Sydney Harbour Bridge, Sydney Opera House, amazing zoos like Taronga & Sydney Zoo - Iconic Beaches like Bondi and Coogee. It also has a buzzing art and culture scene, some of the best restaurants, bars and cafes and to top it all, the amazing weather.

Brisbane

Brisbane

It is the capital city of Queensland. With a relaxed and welcoming vibe, Brisbane is an urban metropolis with stunning natural assets, clear blue skies all year round and a subtropical alfresco lifestyle. It is a popular tourist destination. Major landmarks and attractions include South Bank Parklands, the City Botanic Gardens, King George Square and City Hall, the Story Bridge, the Mount Coot-tha Botanic Gardens and Lookout and the Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary.

Melbourne

Melbourne

It is the cultural capital of Australia, known for its music, art centres and museums, and celebration and expression of art. It has been ranked, year after year, the most 'livable city' and it's not hard to see why. Often referred to as 'the Sporting Capital of the World', besides this it is also famous for its graffitied laneways, excellent coffee, cultural diversity and bayside location. This eclectic Australian city has something for everyone.

Perth

Perth

Get active and enjoy the sunshine, natural parklands and beach lifestyle of Perth, one of the country's most beautiful cities and the capital of Western Australia. With its immersive experiences and proximity to a range of day trip destinations, Australia's sunniest capital city is a place where relaxation and adventure go hand in hand.

Adelaide

Adelaide

A diverse range of landscapes surround the city, including green parkland, the Mount Lofty Ranges and coastal beaches. It is a cultural hub, home to an excellent dining culture, several museums and art galleries, as well as gorgeous scenery wherever you look.

Gold Coast

Gold Coast

The Gold Coast is one of Australia's premier holiday destinations. Famous for its surf breaks, stunning beaches, theme parks, shopping, nightlife and hinterland, it has been attracting Australian families for many decades. You may also find here world-renowned stretch of sand at Surfers Paradise.

Kangaroo Island

Kangaroo Island

Just a short distance off the coast of South Australia, Kangaroo Island is internationally recognised for its pristine wilderness and wildlife as well as a thriving food and wine industry.

Cairns

Cairns

Cairns is a tropical paradise where the rainforest meets the reef, and is the only place in the world where two world heritage-listed sites can be found side-by-side. It is undoubtedly the gateway to the Great Barrier Reef. The Great Barrier Reef is the worlds largest reef system comprised of over 2,900 individual reefs. Each year, people flock to the reef from around the world to swim, snorkel, and dive with the more than 1,500 marine species that call the reef home.

Canberra

Canberra

Canberra is a planned city, with national monuments, museums and galleries built around a large artificial lake. As a bush capital, Canberra is also a great place to enjoy the outdoors, with excellent cycling, gardens, parks, bushwalking and nature reserves. Set yourself the challenge on a visit to Tidbinbilla Nature Reserve to spot five famous native Australian animals that call the area home: the koala, platypus, kangaroo, emu and wombat.

Darwin

Darwin

Darwin is famous for its multicultural food, outdoor markets, waterside attractions and a warm holiday vibe year-round. Darwin's proximity to Southeast Asia makes the city's location a key link between Australia and countries such as Indonesia and East Timor. Darwin is a vibrant and multicultural city that is home to more than 100 nationalities, which is evident in its culture, food and lifestyle.

Alice Springs

Alice Springs

Also called the Red Centre, an arid environment consisting of several different deserts. A thriving, spirited outback centre, Alice Springs is as famous for the personality of its locals and contemporary and traditional art as the natural wonders, including the stunning Larapinta Trail and the MacDonnell Ranges, which surround it.

Phillip Island

Phillip Island

Home to the Little Penguins, idyllic beaches, captivating coastlines, unique wildlife, family fun activities and world-class events, adventure awaits you on Phillip Island. 101 square kilometres of amazing is waiting. Phillip Island 101. One amazing place.

Barossa Valley

Barossa Valley

This region has warm grape-growing areas on the valley floor and cooler meso-climates at higher altitudes in the surrounding hills. One of Australia's oldest wine regions, the Barossa is synonymous with fine wine. The Barossa is one of the world's great wine producing areas, boasting more than 150 wineries and 80 cellar doors.

Wollongong

Wollongong

Its unique environment includes lush rainforests, pristine beaches and a vibrant city, all just 80km south of Sydney. The city is welcoming, diverse community makes Wollongong a great place to live, work and visit.

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Best Time To travel

East Coast - Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Great Barrier Reef

Spring Season - September to November

Spring is a great time to visit the east coast. The weather is generally mild, and flowers are in bloom. This is an ideal time for outdoor activities, exploring cities, and enjoying the Great Barrier Reef.

Summer Season - December to February

Summer is the peak tourist season, especially for beach destinations. The east coast offers fantastic beach experiences, but keep in mind that some areas can become crowded.

Northern Australia - Cairns, Darwin, Kakadu National Park

Dry Season - May to September

The dry season is the best time to visit the northern regions. The weather is pleasant, and it's an excellent time to explore the Great Barrier Reef, experience Aboriginal culture, and visit national parks like Kakadu.

Southern Australia  - Adelaide, Perth

Autumn Season - March to May

 Autumn is a good time to visit southern Australia. The weather is mild and comfortable, and the wine regions in South Australia come alive with grape harvest festivals.

Spring Season - September to November

Spring is also a favourable time to visit, especially for enjoying outdoor activities and exploring cities.

 

Currency

Australian Dollar (AUD)

 

Time Zone

Coordinated Universal Time (UTC+8)

 

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