Known for it’s laid-back culture, sunshine, beaches and wildlife, Australia is riddled with opportunities for adventure. Each city and region showcases something unique, making the land down under one of the most naturally and culturally versatile placed in the world. Days are warm, people kind, and you’ll never have a dull moment.

Sydney is home to the iconic Sydney Harbour Bridge, and the Opera House, but there’s so much more than brilliant architecture. From Bondi Beach, to Taronga Zoo and the history of The Rocks, you’ll be immersed in the Aussie dream from the moment you set foot in our most well known city. Further south, you have Melbourne, the cultural hub of art, vibrant creativity, history, history, and culinary brilliance. The creative centre of Australia is bursting with activity, theatre, museums, music and exhibi...tions.

Leaving the mainland, you’ll find Tasmania. Beautiful all year round, this island is known for its rich convict history and lush wilderness.

The Outback’s extreme weather matches its incredible beauty. Long open roads lead to small country towns and nature brings out her best work with Ulru and magical landscapes in Alice Springs and Darwin.

Perth is Western Australia’s most diverse destination. Within reach of the CBD, you can find yourself in a range of awe-inspiring environments, from Ningaloo Reef to the Pinnacle Desert, you’ll love this city for its old world charm and deep Australian sun-soaked culture.

Cairns is the gateway to the Great Barrier Reef, and also the Daintree Rainforest. The tropical climate is perfect for a sunny vacation while experiencing some of the most beautiful natural wonders of the world.

Adelaide is the gem of the South. City and beach life on the doorstep of the outback, and world famous for its beautiful wine region, Adelaide is a must see!
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Australia Travel FAQ

  • What is the best time of year to visit Australia?

    This will depend upon the region or territory you are visiting. Remember that the seasons are reversed in the southern-hemisphere. High Season (Dec-Feb). Summertime: local holidays, busy beaches, accommodations higher. Shoulder Season (Mar-May & Sep-Nov). Warm sun, clear skies, shorter queues. Easter (late March or early April) is busy with Aussie families on the loose. Autumn leaves are atmospheric in Victoria, Tasmania and South Australia.Low Season (Jun-Aug). Cool rainy days down south; mild days and sunny skies up north. Low tourist numbers; attractions keep slightly shorter hours. Head for the desert, the tropical north or the snow. January is not an ideal time for travel in AU, as schools are on vacation. Hotels, attractions & resorts are overrun & rental cars scarce. Much of AU is overwhelmingly hot and high season for mosquitoes, flies & snakes.

  • Do I require a visa to travel to Australia ?

  • Currency

    Australian currency is decimal with the australian Dollar as the basic unit (100 cents equals one dollar). Notes come in $100, $50, $20, $10, and $5 denominations. Coins come in 5c, 10c, 20c, 50c, $1, and $2 denominations. Exchange facilities and ATMs (automatic teller machines) are available at all international airports, banks, shopping precincts and major hotels.
    The most commonly accepted credit cards are American Express, Bankcard, Diners Club International, MasterCard, Visa and their affiliates.
    Travellers cheques are readily changed at banks and hotels. Cheques in Australian dollars are recommended.

  • Do you recommend I purchase travel insurance?

    We encourage our guest to protect themselves by purchasing travel insurance. We can assist with travel insurance through our trusted partner, World Nomads. If you would like to receive a quote for travel insurance please visit the following link:

  • What side of the road do they drive on in Australia?

    Australians drive on the left-hand side of the road, with the steering wheel located on the right-hand side of the car. Speed limits vary but are generally around 50 km/h (31 m/h) in urban areas and 110 km/h (68 m/h) on motorways. Major cities often have toll roads that collect fares electronically. Left turns on a red traffic signal are not permitted.

  • What is the electrical voltage in Australia?

    Australia - electrical voltage is 240 volts, and most visitors will require an electrical adapter for their hairdryers and device chargers. New Zealand's - electricity supply runs at 230/240 volts, and we use angled two or three pin plugs (the same as Australia).Most hotels and motels provide 110 volt ac sockets (rated at 20 watts) for electric razors only. For all other equipment, an adapter/converter is necessary, unless the item has a multi-voltage option.

  • Is tipping expected in Australia?

    In Australia you don't have to tip – ever. But you can if you want to.

  • What is the legal drinking age in Australia?

    The legal age to consume alcohol in Australia is 18 years.

Australia Tour Reviews

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    By: Reuben  | Tue Sep 19, 2017

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