Turquoise waters, white sandy beaches, ancient rainforests and some of the world's best adventures.
It's no wonder Australia has become one of the top travel destinations in the world!
What to see and do in Australia
Know where you want to go ...
Look beyond the tour brochure to discover new destinations and experiences.
We'll take you on unforgettable road trips, train journeys with a difference, bareboat sailing adventures, relaxing cruises and useful travel and photography tips to make your travels even more memorable.
BEST TIME TO TRAVEL
The best time to visit Australia will depend on where you want to go and what you want to do.
Some of Australia's most popular tourist attractions are Sydney Harbour, the Great Barrier Reef, Uluru, and Kakadu National Park.
Temperatures are warm year-round but the best time to visit is in the summer or spring.
If you're looking forward to picture-perfect days on Queensland's famous beaches or the Great Barrier Reef, plan your trip during the summer months (December to February).
Head into Outback Australia to see Uluru, Kakadu, Litchfield and the Katherine Gorge. It's when the weather is cooler (some might call it cold) and you can swim in the spectacular waterfalls
WHAT TO EXPECT
The official language in Australia is English.
CURRENCY: The currency in Australia is called the Australian Dollar. 1 USD = approximately 1.30 AUD
CREDIT CARDS and ATMs: Most restaurant and retailers accept credit cards as payment. If you need to draw cash, you will find ATM'S almost everywhere - including banks, shopping centres, convenience stores and petrol stations.
PLUGS: The plugs in Australia are type I. The Standard voltage is 240V. and standard frequency is 50Hz. I recommend buying a universal adapter (make sure it has surge protection).
SAFETY: Australia is one of the safest countries in the world. While it has low crime rates, please take care. Australia is notorious for it's spiders and snakes, deadly box jellyfish, sharks and tropical crocodiles. PAY ATTENTION TO SIGNS.
EMERGENCY SERVICES: Police, Fire & Ambulance emergency number in Australia is 000 (zero-zero-zero) in Australia.