Holiday in Australia

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A holiday in Australia is a unique experience.  Australia is rich in natural attractions such as the world famous Ayers Rock; something that you will never forget and unique to Australia.  The Three Sisters, Kakadu, Bungle Bungles, Kata Tjuta, the list goes on and on and so does the unusual names. And the unique wildlife, the Kangaroo, Koala, Wombat amongst the favourites for visitors, but don’t forget the Cassowary, Possums and world famous Tasmanian Devil.

A holiday is a time to relax for some; a time to party for others, a time to explore or a time to reflect, take photos, whatever your reason for a holiday, Australia has the holiday solution.  One thing is certain a holiday in Australia offers adventure, uniqueness and memories that will last a life time.

There are many exciting holiday destinations to choose from such as Ayers Rock, Kakadu, Exmouth, Perth, Adelaide, The Barossa Valley, Melbourne, The Great Ocean Road, Phillip Island, Cairns, The Great Barrier Reef, Sydney, Blue Mountains and much more. Also consider taking an orgnanised tour in Brisbane, the capital of Queensland is a popular city in the South East of Queensland that enjoys close proximity to the popular Gold Coast.

A Holiday in Australia is often about seeing as many of the wonders of this beautiful country as possible and meeting local Aussies and enjoying our down to earth hospitality; that great Australian Barbecue for starters !!

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Photo: Heart Reef - Great Barrier Reef.

If you are planning a holiday to Australia a guided tour is a great option. On a guided tour you will travel with like minded travellers and will have your very own experienced guide. All the planning is done for you so all you need to do is pack your bag. When planning your holiday to Australia be sure to remember that our summer is from December through February, Autumn is from March to May, Winter is from June to August and Spring is from September to November. If you are planning on visiting the Outback the most popular time to visit is during the winter months. Summer, autumn, winter and spring is perfect for travelling to any location in Australia. Holiday’s in Australia are great for families, couples and backpackers with accommodation types to suit.

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Photo: The iconic Sydney Opera House

There are many activities to take part in while you are on holiday in Australia. You can choose to snorkel in the Whitsunday’s, swim with the dolphins on The Mornington Peninsula, go for a hot air balloon flight over Alice Springs, enjoy a cruise along the Sydney Harbour, Kayak along the Brisbane River or Skydive over the Hunter Valley.  It is a truly diverse country.

While you are on holidays in Australia there are some wonderful, unique, experiences you must try. If you are planning a trip to Ayers Rock the Sounds of Silence Dinner is something that you will never forget. Watch the sunset over Ayers Rock and Kata Tjuta and dine under a million stars, just magical! Australia boasts many wonderful coastal cities and if you are planning a trip to the Gold Coast a day trip to the beautiful Tangalooma Island will be a delight for the entire family.

Another popular coastal location is Nelson Bay located within Port Stephens. A cruise out on the bay is a must but also try sandboarding on the beautiful beach dunes or perhaps a Beach & Dune 4WD tour is more your style. Here you can can enjoy a daytime or sunset camel ride on Stockton Beach, the largest moving coastal sand mass in the southern hemisphere. There are plenty of Nelson Bay Tours to choose from.

Whatever you would like to try or experience while you are on holiday in Australia the Team at Australian Explorer will be able to advise and book it for you. We have a friendly and experienced team waiting to help you.  Just give us a call or email and let us know what you would like to do while you are in Australia. You can call us on 1800 22 55 88 or email us on travel@australianexplorer.com. We would love to help you with your Australian holiday travel plans!


Posted By mick on 5th January 2012

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I agree. I went to Australia for an adventure holiday in the outbacks, and it was a grand experience. It's very different from a "typical" holiday where tourists are forced/ushered to touristy spots. My holiday there was pure adventure; I climbed a mountain, photographed wildlife, and scuba dived in the Great Barrier Reef. I highly recommend a holiday to Australia if you're looking for adventure.

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Posted By Michael Roberts on Tuesday 18th February 2014 @ 17:22:46

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Hello
This blog is really good and this blog explains in clean and easy language. I have seen mixed reviews on holidays. Thanks for sharing this blog.


Posted By Accomon on Thursday 28th November 2013 @ 19:20:03

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I love the wildlife and think that is the main reason I loved my visit. All the unusual Australian Animals.


Posted By John on Friday 6th January 2012 @ 18:26:04

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