Australia immediately conjures images of the Sydney Opera House, the Great Barrier Reef, big-wave surfing, miles of Outback and a rather strange, and endearing, assortment of animals. While the country’s main cities offer charm, glamour, unique festivals, a well-preserved historical heritage, fabulous beaches and fun events, it’s also a land of immense contrast and captivating nature. The nation offers something for just about everyone – from water lovers, desert wanderers and canyon climbers, to arts and culture buffs, historians, and foodies. The country’s vast size makes it almost impossible to take it all in during a single visit, but you can pick and choose a perfect holiday according to your personal preferences.

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Electrical sockets in Australia are ‘Type I’ (AS/NZS 3112). If your appliance’s plug doesn’t match the shape of these sockets, you will need a travel…

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CurrencyAustralia’s national currency is the Australian dollar which comes in denominations of $5, $10, $20, $50 and $100 notes. Coins come in 5, 10,…

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Standards of hygiene in food preparation are very high. Milk is pasteurised and meat and vegetables are considered safe to eat. Care should be taken, however,…

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Australia experiences temperate weather for most of the year but the climate can vary due to the size of the continent. The northern states typically experience…

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Hire cars are readily available in all major towns. Australians drive on the left and all cars are right hand drive. Having access to your own car…

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Clothes in natural fibers will work better in the heat and it is worth popping in a lightweight sweater, cardigan or pashmina wrap…

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Excellent medical care is available in Australia.  Doctors and hospitals often expect immediate cash payment for health services. Serious medical…

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U.S. citizens are required to obtain a visa for entry into Australia. Non U.S. citizens should consult with your local embassy.

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Once known as the ‘City of Churches’, today Adelaide is better recognised for its sophistication, charm and cosmopolitan feel. South Australia’s capital is a hub of…

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Apollo Bay

Nestled along Victoria’s Great Ocean Road, Apollo Bay is known for its panoramic views of coast and parklands, and as the gateway to the lush rainforests…

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Hamilton Island

Idyllically located on the Great Barrier Reef, among the exquisite Whitsundays Islands, Hamilton Island is one of Australia´s most outstanding and desirable holiday destinations. The island…

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Hayman Island

Hayman Island, on Australia’s Whitsunday Coast, is the closest private island to the Great Barrier Reef and is famous for its breathtaking tropical scenes, magnificent coral…

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Kewarra Beach

Kewarra Beach is a gorgeous holiday destination of palm-fringed, sun-kissed beaches, and warm, clear waters, in the Cairns Region of Queensland, Australia. Bordering the exquisite Coral…

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Kingscote is the main supply point for Kangaroo Island with a full range of services and shopping available. There are 2 Hotels in the town, a…

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Tucked away in the rugged Blue Mountains region of New South Wales, Leura is a picturesque village situated two kilometres away from Katoomba. Boasting a romantic…

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Melbourne is a modern metropolis located on the banks of the Yarra River and known for its many gardens, parks and open spaces, which together occupy…

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Mornington Peninsula

The Mornington Peninsula is a stretch of farmland and natural bush south-east of Melbourne that separates Western Port from Port Phillip Bay. The area is known…

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Port Douglas

A sleepy fishing village in the 60s, Port Douglas has evolved into a sophisticated modern town, and a more serene alternative to nearby Cairns for exploring…

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Port Fairy

When you reach the end of the Great Ocean Road you’ll find the fishing village of Port Fairy at the mouth of the Moyne River. It…

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Resting on the Limestone Coast of South Australia, at the southern end of Guichen Bay, the historic seaside town of Robe is known for its long…

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Set along Australia's southeastern coast, Sydney is one of Australia's largest cities and serves as the capital of New South Wales. No matter what you fancy…

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Located in the south of Australia’s Northern Territory, the remote town of Yulara lies only 18 short kilometres from the sacred world heritage site, Uluru, also…

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