Accommodation, travel and tours in Australia are the most important parts of a holiday through as country that is world renowned for its magnificent beaches, the Great Barrier Reef and the never-ending greatness of the Outback. From the uppermost point of Cairns, Queensland to Hobart, Tasmania and from Sydney in the east to Perth in the Western Australia is a holiday maker’s paradise, and if you pass on to the hereafter without experiencing these incredible adventures you have defiantly sold yourself short. This website will help those planning an Australian Vacation to decide and select different Australian accommodation, tours and travel options and also to locate suitable accommodation styling’s to cater for their needs.
Australia has an extremely well developed tourist infrastructure and there is nothing that is not catered for. Try a campervan or motor home holiday. There is any multitude of opportunities to choose from. Go skiing in New South Wales or Victoria. If you are a ski buff you do not have to stop skiing just because the northern winter is over! Call us and we will send you to some of the best ski resorts that you can imagine. For those that don't want to drive themselves, there are heaps of organized tours available. There are numerous tour companies offering a huge number of itinerary's in Australia.
The sunshine shine state of Queensland, boasts numerous amounts of adventure tours and travel options, enjoy scuba diving on the Great Barrier Reef, Whale Watching off the Fraser Coast, explore the many islands situated just off the coast of Queensland including, The Whitsundays, Fraser Island, Hamilton Island and Hayman Island.
Fun for the whole family can be easily located in the Sunshine Coast where various Theme Parks are situated spend a day at the famous Steve Irwin’s Australia Zoo, or feed the dolphins at Sea World. For those looking for a city holiday will find the Capital of Brisbane to be a fantastic and fascinating holiday destination – a place to find quiet cafes to spend a lazy morning or the nightclubs to while away the evening hours.
Northern Territory possesses many natural marvels such as Ayres Rock (Uluru), Kings Canyon and Katherine Gorge. Experience a coach tour through the outback and visit places like Alice Springs and Darwin which is a modern tropical city centre with a magnificently sized harbour, where one can enjoy the sights and sounds of the city while still feeling near the waterfront.
The largest state by land mass is Western Australia – stretching the full length of the west coast it contains numerous breathtaking landscapes from desert to forest. To the northern end of the state is located The Kimberley, renowned for its display of some of the worlds most beautiful scenery. With the nearby major city of Broome scattered with multiple quality motels, resorts and any number of fine restaurants. Traveling further south to where the capital city of Perth is located convenience is how the city operates. Stop to do some shopping or partake in a delicious meal in any of the restaurants, the stay in Perth will be quite an enjoyable experience.
For those who are wine connoisseurs or just enjoy a glass of good wine – South Australia is best known for its wine growing and producing industry. The Barossa Valley offers a range of wines and certain vineyards offer wine tasting tours, The Barossa also offers some fabulous bed and breakfasts for a romantic trip for two. Located on the Torrens River is the capital city of Adelaide, a beautifully planned city, bordered by parklands, historic buildings, wide streets, cafes and restaurants and is alive with culture.
The Island state of Tasmania situated south of the ‘ Main Land’ possesses majestic mountains and lakes fill the interior and the coastline is rugged and windswept. This is a land of timeless forests, beautiful farmlands, spectacular scenery and wildlife and modern cities rich in their own culture.
The Capital of Hobart positioned on the banks of the Derwent River is an epic-centre of the island where travelers will find quality hotels, motels, apartments, cafes and great restaurants. Launceston is Tasmania’s second largest city. Located in the north it is the logical arrival point for the Bass Straight ferry from the mainland and is the ideal starting point for your Tasmanian holiday. Launceston is a vibrant city situated on the banks of the magnificent Tamar River. The city has a wide range of accommodation that will suit any budget as well as many superb restaurants and cafes.
Victoria offers diversity and scenery that you will never forget. You can take a drive along the Great Ocean Road in Victoria’s southern region and discover its natural beauty that is like no other in the world. Melbourne, Victoria’s capital offers some of the countries finest accommodation and attractions including The Melbourne Zoo which is renowned for its collection of flora and fauna and it’s wide range of animals, Her Majesty’s Theatre is also nestled in the hear of Melbourne where the drama and music comes to life.
After discovering the southern regions of Victoria, you can travel north and survey vineyards and farmland from hot air balloons or choose to put on your hiking boots and follow tracks through amazing scenic lands, or even possibly experience the vibrant nightlife including shopping and food and wine. For those wishing to have a skiing holiday Victoria offers a number of ski fields all situated with easy access from Melbourne, more commonly recognized ski slopes are Falls Creek, Mount Buller and Mount Hotham. No matter which ski field you visit in Victoria you are bound to find unlimited fun and excitement.
New South Wales is the leading destination for tourism with it being home to the 2000 Sydney Olympic Games, Sydney presents itself as a master city and is truly pulsating with energy things are always happening where ever there is room. With a range of high quality luxury hotels, a plethora of dining opportunities in its fantastically modern restaurants and cafes, nightclubs and other attractions Sydney certainly caters all aspects. All along the coast of New South Wales there are a number of must see destinations, including Terrigal, Coffs Harbour, Byron Bay and Batemans Bay. Each delivers their own welcome to visitors and sight seers and catering for the many needs of those wishing to stay.
North – West of Sydney lies the majestic Blue Mountains which feature some spectacular scenery, caves and superb accommodation. Some main attractions in the Blue Mountains include the Three Sisters, Jenolan Caves and Kanangra Boyd National Park, with each location offering tours and information as to the wonders that created the natural landscaping that has formed the mountains.
New South Wales also offers a few magnificent ski fields, two of the more noted ones are Thredbo and Perisher Blue, both with serene sloping fields and areas catering from the novice skier to those who are more advanced and of course those who like the snow but do not wish to ski both have wonderfully furnished lodges with bars and cafes.
In these websites you will be able to find out everything you could possibly need to know to help you plan and book your next holiday to Australia. If you wish to speak to one of our helpful consultants you can either email us or phone. If you are in Australia our free call number is 1800 815 378 or if you are calling from overseas call +61 7 4194 1955. From time to time when holiday specials and packages are available they are displayed in our specials section.
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