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Australia is a vast land – three million square miles to be exact – that is nothing short of extraordinary. There are few places in the world that offer as much diversity as Australia.

Australia is the hard-baked earth of the Red Centre and the colourful coral of the Great Barrier Reef. It is the mystical stories of Aboriginal Dreamtime, tropical rainforests and glorious white-sand beaches. Between the miles of coastline, the immense outback desert and iconic city sights; you will never be short of things to do in Australia.

Alongside incredible natural beauty, Australia holidays offer the chance to explore exciting cities like Sydney, Melbourne and Perth. Here you’ll find world-class cuisine from high-end fusion restaurants to off-the-back-of-the-boat seafood. Enjoy their booming café culture – one to rival any European city. Or sample the fine wines of the surrounding vineyards such as Hunter Valley or Margaret River.

Then, of course, there are the famous beaches. Watch the pro surfers at Bondi Beach or relax on the powdery shores of the Whitsunday Islands. Pair this with the easy-going Aussie lifestyle and you’ve got one outstanding holiday destination.

Sail, snorkel, hike, swim, sightsee, relax. Whatever you want from your travels Down Under, holidays to Australia have it all.

Australia’s Currency?

Australian Dollar

How long does it take to fly to Australia?

Approximately 24 hours + 1 stop

What is the time difference?

Approximately 9 hours ahead of the UK, depending where you are in Australia

What is the best time to visit Australia?

There’s never a bad time to visit Australia. In a country of varying climates, you can always find the ideal weather for you.

High season: summer (Dec to Feb)

  • Wet season with high temperatures and humidity in the Top End (Northern Territory) and tropical regions.>
  • Hot, sunny weather for the southern states of New South Wales, Victoria and South Australia.

Shoulder season: autumn and spring (Mar to May and Sep to Nov)

  • Warm weather all round.
  • Autumn is a colourful time down south.
  • Spring is a great time for wildlife spotting.

Low season: winter (Jun to Aug)

  • Dry season brings pleasant temperatures and clear skies up north.
  • Wrap up for the colder weather and rainy days down south.

What language is spoken in Australia?


Visit the Australian Tourist Board here

A Selection of Australia Hotels

Adelaide to Alice Springs Overland SUMMARY Travel into Australia’s magnificent Red Centre on this Overland journey from Adelaide. From the orange-rock spires of Warren Gorge, the underground mining town of Coober Pedy to the towering...
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Prices from £560
Uluru Adventure - Original ex Yulara (French speaking Guide) SUMMARY This 3 Day Uluru Adventure is the perfect short trip for those wanting to experience icons of the Australian Outback in a narrow time frame. Witnessing the ancient monolith Uluru bathed in bot...
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Prices from £459
Perth to Broome Overland SUMMARY Australia's west coast boasts some of the world's best beaches that are relatively untouched by tourism and set against a backdrop of rugged outback terrain. This unique Perth to Broome tour b...
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Prices from £1,075
Kimberley Trail Darwin to Broome SUMMARY Experience the beautiful rugged Kimberley on this true Australian adventure from Darwin to Broome. Uncover some of the country’s most incredible, untouched territory on an all-terrain journe...
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Prices from £2,101
Great Ocean Road West: Melbourne to Adelaide This might be a quick trip along the Great Ocean Road — but you’ll never feel rushed. Geared towards budget-conscious travellers looking to hit the highlights of the South Coast, this itinerary fe...
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Prices from £349
Western Australia Adventure When it comes to Australia, find out why the west is best on this 18-day adventure from Perth to Exmouth. Ever wanted to see kangaroos sunbathing on a beach? We’ve got that. Longed to meet the land ...
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Prices from £934