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Australia is the heartland of adventure and is a great place to explore nature, cuisines, water-sports, drive through holidays, hikes, star-gazing, skiing, food and wine, you name it and Australia has it. It's not surprising that this country is the most popular tourist destination. The country is awesome in so many different ways. To start with, did you know there are more than 10,000 beaches in Australia? Start with Bondi beach and go on to the 75 mile long beach, tick off leisure on your Australia tour package. The Sydney Opera House, Melbourne Cricket Stadium and the Sydney Harbour are must-visit iconic places. A most popular to-do that is an essential on all Australia packages are the food and wine tours to popular vineyards like Barossa.

Australian Cities Covered: Brisbane, Cairns, Gold Coast, Melbourne, Perth, and Sydney.


Package Inclusions: Visa Fees, Flights, Hotels, Transfers, and Activities.

What you should know about planning a trip to Australia?

From the wild outbacks, Australian Fashion Week to Ashes test matches at Melbourne, Australia is a study in contrast and has a lot to offer. If that's where you are headed to next, there are a few points that must be kept in mind. It is always advisable to do a bit of research to be sure of what is to be expected from the trip. Highlighting some of the crucial points that will be helpful for a hassle-free Australian trip planning.

Getting a Visa for an Australia trip

Tourists who are from New-Zealand do not require a visa for the Australian travel. Apart from that, every traveler should avail the visa for the trip. It is advisable to get the visa process started at least a month in advance in anticipation of processing delays.

Best time to go to Australia

Australia is a huge country and the weather varies across different states. However on the whole, December to February is summer while June to August is Winter in Australia. Cities like Adelaide experience a spike in temperature in the summer months, but can be visited for most part of the year. Melbourne on the other hand experiences extreme cold weather, but can be visited if you are armed with winter clothing. Australia is a year long destination as long as you plan the right cities at the right time.

Suggested month & places

*Sydney and Melbourne can be covered from December-February where, the weather conditions are warm.
* Queensland is best suggested for a visit in the months of June-August
* The hot desert regions of Uluru can be visited in the winter time, i.e from June-August.

Know where to go

Australia has ample number of spots exhibiting awesomeness of their own kind. Some of the spots the travellers can check out during the visit.

* Travellers who enjoy good coffee, lively pubs, artistic galleries and bookshops should head straight to Melbourne.
* Sydney stands out for the surf beaches, top-rated restaurants, trendy bars and much more.
* Nature addicts will enjoy a visit to Australia's national parks; Kakadu, Northern Territory at Uluru-Kata Tjuta, Central Australia.
* A bit of snorkelling in the outer region of Great Barrier Reef in Queensland would be grand.

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australia Packages By Cities
  • Hotels
  • 7 activities
  • Shared transfer
  • Visa fees
  • Flights excluded

Starts from 1,19,364 /Person

  • Hotels
  • 3 activities
  • Shared transfer
  • Visa fees
  • Flights excluded

Starts from 50,321 /Person

Scenic Sunshine Coast, Gold Coast and Brisbane

  • Sunshine Coast (2N)
  • Gold Coast (3N)
+1 city
  • Hotels
  • 6 activities
  • Private transfer
  • Visa fees
  • Flights excluded

Starts from 1,14,539 /Person

9 nights to Hamilton Island, Cairns and Gold Coast

  • Hamilton Island (3N)
  • Cairns (3N)
+1 city
  • Hotels
  • 7 activities
  • Flights included
  • Shared transfer
  • Visa fees

Starts from 2,85,508 /Person

7 nights to Brisbane, Gold Coast and Sunshine Coast

  • Brisbane (2N)
  • Gold Coast (3N)
+1 city
  • Hotels
  • 7 activities
  • Flights included
  • Private transfer
  • Visa fees

Starts from 1,91,810 /Person

5 nights to Brisbane and Gold Coast

  • Brisbane (2N)
  • Gold Coast (3N)
  • Hotels
  • 5 activities
  • Flights included
  • Shared transfer
  • Visa fees

Starts from 1,61,152 /Person

  • Hotels
  • 11 activities
  • Private transfer
  • Visa fees
  • Flights excluded

Starts from 1,86,552 /Person

12 nights to Hamilton Island, Cairns, Brisbane and Gold Coast

  • Hamilton Island (3N)
  • Cairns (3N)
+2 cities
  • Hotels
  • 10 activities
  • Flights included
  • Shared transfer
  • Visa fees

Starts from 3,44,057 /Person

12 Nights of an unforgettable Queensland vacation

  • Hamilton Island (3N)
  • Cairns (3N)
+2 cities
  • Hotels
  • 10 activities
  • Flights included
  • Shared transfer
  • Visa fees

Starts from 1,90,898 /Person

The perfect 12 nights of exploring Queensland

  • Hamilton Island (2N)
  • Cairns (4N)
+3 cities
  • Hotels
  • 11 activities
  • Flights included
  • Private transfer
  • Visa fees

Starts from 2,00,892 /Person

6 Nights of Exploring Queensland

  • Brisbane (2N)
  • Gold Coast (3N)
+1 city
  • Hotels
  • 7 activities
  • Flights included
  • Private transfer
  • Visa fees

Starts from 1,30,756 /Person

  • Hotels
  • 5 activities
  • Flights included
  • Shared transfer
  • Visa fees

Starts from 96,166 /Person

10 days of scenic Queensland

  • Brisbane (3N)
  • Gold Coast (3N)
+1 city
  • Hotels
  • 8 activities
  • Flights included
  • Shared transfer
  • Visa fees

Starts from 1,82,890 /Person

9 Nights of Queensland for Adventure seekers

  • Brisbane (3N)
  • Cairns (3N)
+1 city
  • Hotels
  • 9 activities
  • Flights included
  • Shared transfer
  • Visa fees

Starts from 1,59,951 /Person

* prices are subject to change

Frequently asked questions

What are the top things to do in Australia?

Australia is the heartland of adventure and is a great place to explore nature, cuisines, water-sports, drive through holidays, hikes, star-gazing, skiing, food and wine, you name it and Australia has it. It's not surprising that this country is the most popular tourist destination. The country is awesome in so many different ways. To start with, did you know there are more than 10,000 beaches in Australia? Start with Bondi beach and go on to the 75-mile long beach, tick off leisure on your Australia getaway package. The Sydney Opera House, Melbourne Cricket Stadium and the Sydney Harbour are must-visit iconic places. A most popular to-do that is essential on all Australia packages is the food and wine tour to popular vineyards like Barossa.

What is the best time to go to Australia?

Australia is a huge country and the weather varies across different states. However, on the whole, December to February is summer while June to August is Winter in Australia. Cities like Adelaide experience a spike in temperature in the summer months but can be visited for most of the year. Melbourne on the other hand experiences extreme cold weather, but can be visited if you are armed with winter clothing. Australia is a year-long destination as long as you plan the right cities at the right time.

What you should know about planning a trip to Australia?

From the wild outback, Australian Fashion Week to Ashes test matches at Melbourne, Australia is a study in contrast and has a lot to offer. If that's where you are headed to next, there are a few points that must be kept in mind. It is always advisable to do a bit of research to be sure of what is to be expected from the trip. Highlighting some of the crucial points that will be helpful for a hassle-free Australian trip planning.

What is the visa process for Australia?

You will need a tourist E-visa to enter Australia on a holiday, depending on how long they're staying. A general visitor visa (tourist visa) will normally allow you to stay in Oceania countries for 3 months. You can apply for up to 9 months - 18 months, but more than 3 months will only be granted in special cases.

How is the public transport in Australia?

All major cities have a reliable public transport system. Buses and suburban trains are used in most cities. Trams were discontinued in most cities, with the increase in the number of cars. Trams do exist in Melbourne and Adelaide. Ferries are in operation in Sydney and Brisbane. All forms of public transport systems are affordable.

Can I get the best of Australia with self-drives?

Key to visiting off the track places is driving. Depending on where in Australia you are travelling to, license requirements vary. Car rentals are generally much more expensive than using public transport, but, you can pace your trip as you like it. Landscapes are stunning, which can be explored if you decide to drive.

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