Exploring all that is great in Australia.

Plan Your Trip

If you are planning to visit Australia, you are in for a treat! Australia is a continent of diversity, from the bustling cities to the striking natural landscapes.

Planning a trip around Australia can be a truly exciting experience. Australia is a vast land full of diverse cities, breathtaking landscapes, and unforgettable cultural experiences. Therefore, it is important to plan your trip carefully to ensure that you soak up as much of the magic as possible. Start by mapping out your route and deciding which cities and attractions to include. Don't forget to factor in the amount of time you have, as travel times between destinations can be long. From the iconic landmarks of Sydney and the Great Barrier Reef, to the natural beauty of the Blue Mountains and Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, there is an abundance of sights to see and things to do. Whether you're an adventure-seeker or a culture enthusiast, planning a trip around Australia guarantees memories that will last a lifetime.

Decide on your Travel Itinerary

Australia is a vast country with many fascinating destinations to explore. Deciding on your travel itinerary is crucial to make the most of your time in Australia. Consider your interests, travel style, and budget to narrow down your choices and plan your route accordingly.

Book your Accommodation & Transportation

Australia offers a wide range of accommodation options. When choosing your accommodation, consider factors such as location, amenities & accessibility to public transportation. Book your accommodation and transportation in advance to avoid last-minute hassles.

Prepare for the Weather & Climate

Summer months (Dec to Feb) can be scorching in many parts of Australia, whereas winter months (June to Aug) can be chilly in the southern regions. It's important to take precautions for Australia's harsh sun, such as wearing sunscreen, a hat, sunglasses & stay hydrated.

Research Local Customs and Culture

Aussies are known for their friendly laid-back nature, but it's still important to be mindful of their cultural customs, including their sports, food, and language. Take the time to research & learn about the locals before you embark on your trip for a more immersive and authentic experience.

Travel Tips & Hacks

 

Mandurah Crab Fest
Mandurah Crab Fest

Mandurah is famous for its Blue Manna crabs, which is evident by their annual Channel Seven Crab Fest.

Clare Valley Wines
Clare Valley Wines

The Clare Valley is one of Australia's oldest wine regions, dating back 150 years, and home to some of the best Riesling wines in the country.

The Story of Vegemite
The Story of Vegemite

In 1919, amidst the turmoil of disrupted British Marmite imports post-World War I, an Australian company Fred Walker & Co. tasked Cyril Callister with a mission - to craft a tasty spread from yeast discarded by breweries.

ANZAC Biscuits
ANZAC Biscuits

Originally they were called Soldiers' Biscuits by wives, girlfriends and mothers of soldiers who went off to war.

How to BBQ a Steak
How to BBQ a Steak

Australians are famous for their BBQ's. Enjoying the beautiful climate, standing over the BBQ waiting for the feed. Australian meat eaters are also pretty fussy about how their steak is done.

Meat pies & tomato sauce
The Story of the Meat Pie

Pies have been popular in Australia since 1788, becoming a beloved part of Australian culture and providing an Aussie take on takeaways.

Wines of Adelaide Hills
Wines of Adelaide Hills

The Adelaide Hills region is celebrated for its impressive wines, which have achieved significant international recognition.

Orange - Home of the Purple Apples
A Taste of Orange without Oranges

The city of Orange sits at the foot of an extinct volcano, and is located in the Central West region of New South Wales, four hour’s drive west of Sydney.

Flavours of the Fleurieu
Flavours of the Fleurieu

Indulge in some of the best local country produce and a number of wineries offering great wine tasting and cellar door wine tour experiences.

The Wines of Barossa
The Wines of Barossa

The Barossa Valley is a renowned wine-producing region northeast of Adelaide, and is the main source of employment for many residents.



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