The land down under that feature some of the worlds most dangerous animals also got some of the friendlies people and most beautiful nature; in the desert, on the shores or even under water.
When visit Australia
Australia could be visited year round. Northern parts have been rainy season from December to March and some part could be difficult to visit (eg lots of Kimberly and parts of Kakadu National Park). But it is also the hottest time of the year, the northern hemispheres winter is Australia’s summer. Sydney could get very hot days (up to 40 degrees Celcius) during that time and northern parts of Australia can exceed that. So best time to visit depends on where you’re planning to go and what you might prefer when it comes to climate.
Getting Around in Australia
There’s a few options of course. Buses are fairly cheap and run between the bigger cities. Lots of bus companies offer student a discounts. Greyhound Pioneer / McCafferty ‘s have great offers for bus passes.
Australia is huge and if you’re planning to see lots of it, you probably will need to go by air. Native airline Qantas is running frequent flights all over the land and there’s a few other operators too.
Visas are required for all visitors. Your travel agent can often help you obtain a visa and this usually is required prior to entering an aircraft going to Australia.
The visa granted tourists are for a maximum stay of 3 months. Your passport must be valid for at least 1 month after the end of your visit.
Business Hours: Weekdays 09.30am – 5.30pm (hours may change slightly during the Holidays)
The Ayers Rock and Surroundings, Australia
Sydney from the sea – ferry between Circular Quay and Manly, Australia
Kings Park, Perth
Audrey Wilkinson vingård i Hunter Valley, Australien
Kuranda Scenic Railway, en vacker tågresa i Queensland Australien
Fremantle, a city southwest of Perth, Western Australia
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