Australia

Holidays to Australia

Big, bold and colourful, travel to Australia for larger than life holidays in the land Down Under. Geographically vast, Australia’s magnitude is matched by its impressive natural treasures, melting pot of cultures and exciting adventures.

You won’t have to think hard for things to do, Australia has something for everyone. Relax on the sprawling beaches that circle this island country, surf the world famous waves at Bondi Beach, plunge into the Pacific Ocean and explore the Great Barrier Reef, or head to the interior for a walkabout at Uluru. Go from the desert landscapes of the Outback to a coastal rainforest in one day. Meet koalas, kangaroos and wombats.

Travel to Sydney and Melbourne to tour the Sydney Opera House, ascend the Eureka Tower, and explore thriving foodie and arts scenes on par with cities like New York or London. An Australia holiday package makes for an exciting adventure whether you’re a solo nomad or honeymooning couple or you’re heading Down Under for a fun family reunion. Travel to Australia for an incredible holiday in the sun.

With a similar climate to South Africa, the best time to visit Australia is during the summer

Direct flights to Australia take 12 hours, which could be a stretch for families with small children

Australian customs are particularly strict - be sure to brush up on what you may or may not bring into (or take out of) the country before you go

Often accused of being a “nanny state,” Australia’s reputation for uncompromising laws is not unfounded - don’t break the rules

Sydney Opera House - Take a tour through one of the 20th century’s most famous buildings.

Great Barrier Reef - One for the bucket list - dive the world’s largest living reef.

Barossa Valley - Take a tasting tour through Australia’s oldest wine region.

Great Ocean Road / Twelve Apostles - Witness the rugged splendour of 12 limestone stacks.

Bondi Beach - Go surfing at Australia’s most famous see-and-be-seen beach.

Darling Harbour - Take a stroll through Sydney’s popular waterfront.

Melbourne Cricket Ground - Catch a match at “The G” in Melbourne.

Margaret River - Explore the breweries and boutiques in this small town south of Perth.

Whitehaven Beach - Take a cruise to Whitsunday Island and stroll this 7km beach.

Ayers Rock - Discover this sacred monolith in the “Red Centre” of the Northern Territory.

Australia Travel Tips

Pre-book popular activities - like tours of the Sydney Opera House - if you plan to tour Australia in peak season

Known as the “sunburnt country” for good reason, packing sunblock and a hat is a must when you travel to Australia

Australia’s cities are easily navigated using public transport

Australia is almost as big as the USA, which means distances between must-see attractions can be vast - pre-plan what you want to see and do before you go

Follow the rules - Australia is uncompromising when it comes to laws often ignored in South Africa, like jay-walking

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