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Australia

Australia is as wide as the distance from London to Moscow - it’s the sixth largest country in the world. Brimming with thrill adventures and activities you can expect this luxury holiday to be one you will talk about for years to come.
 
Brilliant beaches and great wilderness are many people’s first thoughts when they think of this grand country and they won’t be disappointed. The University of Sydney have counted more than 10,000 sandy offerings so every visitor is bound to find their favourite. Bondi Beach is easily the most-well known and is famed for its surfing opportunities.
 
When mentioning the sights of Australia, we must mention Sydney Opera House and Sydney Harbour. These tourist hotspots are ideal Instagram opportunities and amazing to soak up some amazing views. For somewhere that is less touristy head to Camp Cove and avoid the crowds on the doorstep of one of the city’s most expensive properties.
 
Found in the Southeastern state of Victoria, Melbourne is often described as the ‘garden city’ due to the sprawling greenery and native flora and fauna that juxtaposes with the towering skyscrapers. Explore the Royal Botanic Gardens and sip the region’s finest vino at many of the vineyards and wineries found along the Yarra River. A visit to Melbourne is a must for those wanting a city escape and beautiful nature all in one.
 
If gorgeous sands and pristine gardens hasn’t sold Australia to you yet, the cultural haven of Adelaide will. Plenty of five-star hotels adorn this thriving urban metropolis, most well-known for its abundance of churches and cathedrals. Close to Barossa Valley, you can uncork one of the best wine districts here, great if you loved the vineyards of Melbourne.
 
Families and large groups will love the culmination of beaches, city skylines and theme parks when staying in the Gold Coast situated to the east. Animal enthusiasts will love the Lamington National Park which is home to bandicoots, kangaroos, koalas and an array of rare birds.
 
Overall, Australia is a country that’s sure to cater to everyone. It’s cities offer an amalgamation of environments and activities, making them microcosms of the vast 7.6 million-square kilometre land mass of deserts, snow-capped mountains and thriving towns.
 
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Those with a taste for exploration will love the many historical sites and environments ranging from the outback, desert, rainforest and cities. The oldest fossil in the world was found here aged at 3.4 billion years old. That’s a lot of candles to blow out!

 
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Good to know

  • Time difference: UTC +8, +9.5, +10
  • Capital: Canberra
  • Currency: AUD
  • Must See: Koalas

Best Time To Travel

Average Temperatures
Jan: 23°c   Feb: 23°c   Mar: 22°c  
Apr: 19°c   May: 16°c   Jun: 14°c  
Jul: 13°c   Aug: 14°c   Sep: 16°c  
Oct: 18°c   Nov: 20°c   Dec: 22°c  

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Australia in a nutshell

  • Bondi is easily one of the most well-known beaches in the world. Popular with tourists you can enjoy surfing, poolside cocktails and seafood restaurants in and around the surrounding area of Bondi Village, making it one of Sydney’s top attractions.
     
  • Lizard Island is one of Queensland’s most stunning attractions, found on the eastern side of the Great Barrier Reef. Exclusively available to those staying at the island retreat housed there, guests can expect to take a dip in the turquoise waters by snorkel. Make sure you have your flippers at the ready.
     
  • Whitehaven Beach on Whitsunday Island is one of the most beautiful sites we have ever laid our eyes on. Surrounded by crystal-clear waters and reef, the soft sands are ideal for evening strolls. Stretching over 7km you can expect a secluded sanctuary untouched by tourists.

     
  • For phenomenal Cantonese cuisine, Sydney is home to Mr Wong. Expect authentic tastes of Asia matching the décor beautifully. Dishes such as dim sum and half Peking duck can be enjoyed in this ever-popular venue, just make sure you reserve beforehand.
     
  • Vue de Monde in Melbourne is a fusion of classic French dishes with Australian flavours. Surrounded by views of the hustle and bustle of the city, you can expect fine dining and amazing cuisine with an elegant ambience that is hard to beat.
     
  • Georges on Waymouth is one of Adelaide’s finest eateries offering seasonal dishes in the heart of the metropolis. Mediterranean cuisine is top of the menu. Scallops, morcilla and lobster are sure to make your mouth water, and to top it all off, every dish is served with a smile.
     
  • The Gold Coast is home to fantastic theme parks such as Dreamworld, Sea World and Wet ‘n’ Wild that is sure to keep the kids, and parents, happy. Your heart will be pumping and there will be a smile of your face for days to come.
     
  • Australia Zoo is just two hours north of the Gold Coast in Queensland. Get up close and personal with lions, tigers and bears before heading off to see crocodiles and flamingos after lunch. Make sure you bring your camera!
     
  • Sydney is home to many iconic landmarks such as the Sydney Tower and Sydney Bridge. A must see for all tourists. We also recommend catching a show at Sydney Opera House or shop for souvenirs at The Queen Victoria Building.



 
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