One of the main reasons that people visit Australia is for its unrivalled natural scenery, as well as the diversity of wildlife that call these amazing landscapes home. Australia’s unmissable wildlife ranges from the dingoes of the desert to the colourful fish of the Great Barrier Reef, and of course the trademark Australian animals: kangaroos and koalas. In this article we’ll be taking you..
Compact in size yet bursting with a variety of attractions to suit all tastes, Adelaide is one of the best Australian cities to visit, offering excellent cultural attractions, shopping, vineyards and natural landscapes in the surrounding area. The coastal and cosmopolitan capital of South Australia, there are a whole host of brilliant things to do in Adelaide. Here are just some of the best Adelai..
Alongside the whole wealth of experiences and things to do, another reason why several people flock down under is to explore its unique natural habitats and take in its incredible natural landscapes. Much of the nature and wildlife in Australia cannot be seen anywhere else, which makes it a must-visit for lovers of the natural world. If you’re a nature lover, take a look at just a few of th..
Packing for your travels is perhaps the most difficult part of any holiday, with packing for Australia being especially difficult due to the varying climates across the country. If you’re travelling around Australia on an extensive Australia tour to see all of the sights, you’ll need to think of everything from swimwear for a sunny beach day to a raincoat for those days out in the rainforest...
Australia is a must-visit at least once in your lifetime. It’s a bold statement we know, but Australia is a country you can – and will – fall in love with. Here are just some of the many reasons why you should visit Australia: (more…)..
The Great Ocean Road drive is among one of the best coastal road trips in the world, spanning over 400 kilometres of Victoria’s coastline west of Nelson. Connecting Allansford near the South Australian border in the west to the surfer’s paradise of Torquay in the east, with some mesmerising sights and landmarks in between, the Great Ocean Road is simply a must-do journey when visiting Australia. I..
Did you know Adelaide is an Australian state capital? You’d be forgiven if you didn’t, after all it is smaller and not as well-known as the likes of Sydney or Melbourne. Don’t let that fool you, though, as Adelaide is an exciting city, plus an up-and-coming tourist destination on the coast of South Australia. It’s one of Australia’s best cities to visit, offering something for everyone, whether yo..
When you’re in the process of planning a holiday to Australia, there are lots of things to think about. After all, you are going half way around the world. Something you may have overlooked, however, is the weather. Being in the southern hemisphere, the seasons in Australia are the opposite to ours here in the UK, and so while we are in the middle of winter, it will be the summer months in Austral..
The Great Barrier Reef: As a world-famous natural wonder, it’s an absolute must-visit while on holiday in Australia. Underneath the blue waters you’ll find coral gardens teeming with colourful fish and a whole host of marine life calling the area home. There are plenty of day activities in the Great Barrier Reef, from snorkelling to qualified dives, offering the ultimate underwater adventures. (mo..
At the very heart of Australia, Alice Springs is the third-largest town in the Northern Territory. The traditional home of the native Arrernte Aboriginals, it is today a thriving settlement of 24,000 people, straddling the (usually dry) Todd River and set amid the Red Centre of Australia, with its endless unspoiled and unearthly landscapes. (more…)..