Australia really does tick all the boxes as a holiday destination, so it's not hard to see why it features so highly on many a traveller's bucket lists. This vast and diverse country has something for everyone from world class cities like Sydney and Melbourne to awe inspiring natural wonders like the Great Barrier Reef and Ayers Rock. When you have finished exploring the cosmopolitan cities and natural wonders, why not head to one of the country's numerous vineyards to sample some award winning wines or head to the beach for a bit of rest and relaxation. 


  • Explore the cosmopolitan cities of Adelaide, Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Perth.
  • Sample world class wines at the countries numerous vineyards.
  • Learn more about Aboriginal Culture at Ayers Rock.
  • Dive the Great Barrier Reef.
  • Take a dip in the ocean at the world famous Bondi Beach.
  • Koalas and Kangaroos 
  • Watch an Aussie Rules Football match


Summer: December to February 

Autumn: March to May

Winter: June to August

Spring: September to November

Best time to go

Australia is an enormous country, with a wide range of climates. The northern states are typically warm year-round, while the southern states have hot summer and cooler winters.


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Capital – Canberra
Currency – Australian Dollar
Point of Entry –  Sydney, Perth, Brisbane, Melbourne, Adelaide
Airlines – British Airways, Emirates,Singapore Airlines, Cathay Pacific, Quantas 
Flying Time – 25 hours depending which airline you use and where you stop-over.
Time Zone – Australian Western Standard Time GMT + 8 hrs, Australia Central Standard Time GMT + 9.30 hrs, Australian Eastern Standard Time GMT + 10 hrs
Visa – Required - can be obtained  online direct from the Department of Immigration & Border Protection before arrival