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Australia is a country within Australasia and offers the world a plethora of luxury holiday choices. Australia has everything including long golden beaches which remain uncrowded even in the summer months, vast areas of wilderness, mountain ranges, deserts, an abundance of wildlife and fascinating native flora and fauna. Australia is made up of seven states:-New South Wales: Home to the largest and probably the most famous city in Australia – Sydney. Here you can visit the harbour, opera house or shop until you drop. Adventure seekers should plan in time to visit the Blue Mountains and, for wine lovers, the Hunter Valley is an absolute must! Northern Territory: Here you will have the opportunity to discover Australia’s true outback. Visit Uluru (otherwise known as Ayers Rock); an amazing place, particularly at sunrise and sunset. Take a trip to explore Kakadu National Park or find out more about the amazing culture of the Aborigines. Queensland: Choose from five World Heritage-listed areas including the Great Barrier Reef and the unspoilt Daintree Rainforest, Queensland really is an all-year-round destination and an absolute must for beach lovers.South Australia: Wine connoisseurs the world over flock to the Barossa Valley. This state is also popular with nature lovers and offers visitors a chance to see most of the country’s native animals. Tasmania: Located 250 km off the southeast coast of Australia, Tasmania is one of Australia’s hidden treasures. Your trip should include a visit to some or all of Tasmania‘s 19 national parks, time to explore the underdeveloped coastlines and the unspoilt wilderness and learn more about the state's intriguing history. Victoria: This may be the country’s second smallest state but it is home to one of the most famous and scenic drives the world over – The Great Ocean Road. The city of Melbourne offers an array of cultural and sporting delights and is well worth a visit. Western Australia: When you visit WA you will discover a whole host of stunning natural environments along with a huge variety of landscapes and climates. Here you can visit the famous Kimberley region; an area of outstanding natural beauty. Designer Travel is your luxury holiday expert for Australia and can plan a personalised itinerary tailored exactly to your requirements. We have travel experts who know and love this amazing part of the world and they will source the best flights, luxury accommodations, excursions and anything else you require to make your holiday here one that you'll never forget.

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Flying Time: Approximately 22 hours

Time Difference: +8 hours (west), +10 hours (east)

Medical Information

We can provide general information about any health formalities required for your trip but you should check with your own doctor for your specific circumstances. Up-to-date travel advice can be obtained from the Foreign and Commonwealth Office website.

Climate Information

Being such a vast country, Australia has several different climate zones. It has a more tropical climate in the north with hot and humid summers and warm and dry winters.

The southern areas are more temperate with summer temperatures between 25°C and 30°C Winter is cooler with temperatures of 5°C to 10°C.

In the outback, temperatures can reach over a staggering 50°C with zero rainfall.

Leisure Activities

Sydney Opera House

Opened in 1973, the Sydney Opera House is a multi-venue performing arts centre with an iconic exterior design. Apart from attending one of the many performances, you can also join a back stage tour to see how this magnificent building operates. The tour is followed by a full breakfast taken in the exclusive domain of the Green Room.

The Great Barrier Reef

The Great Barrier Reef is said to be the largest living thing on the planet. Situated off the coast of Queensland in north eastern Australia, its home to countless fish, molluscs, turtles and dolphins as well as over 600 types of hard and soft coral and reefs. There are many ways to experience the reef including scuba diving, snorkelling and cruises.

Ayers Rock

Ayers Rock or Uluru is one of the most iconic natural sites in Australia; a massive 350 m high sandstone monolith situated in the Northern Territory about 463 km by road south west of Alice Springs. This is truly a magical place to visit and one which you absolutely should see if you have the chance.

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