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  • Top 5 Beach Holiday Destinations

    With over 50,000kms of coastline surrounding Australia you can find some of the most breathtaking beaches in the world. From the famous beaches of Bondi, Wineglass Bay, Whitehaven Beach and Fraser Island to top surf beaches and quiet, secluded spots, Austr…

  • Sports

    Whether you are a fan of football, cricket, rugby or simply watching live sporting events while you travel, Australia definitely has you covered. Sydney hosted the 2000 Summer Olympic Games, paving the way - literally and figuratively - for some of the wor…

  • Surfing

    No matter what coast you visit, there are many opportunities to shred with the best of them on the surf, whether you are grabbing your long board and heading out into the ocean yourself or playing it safe along the shoreline.

  • Australian Wine Tours

    Australia is a beautiful and picturesque country. You may already know that this area of the world is a nice place to travel for holiday for a beach getaway, to see natural elements or to enjoy peace and quiet. What you may not know is that Australia also …

  • Great Ocean Road

    Travellers visiting the Great Ocean Road who consider themselves beer lovers or winos rejoice: There are plenty of options for your refined palettes. You're here and you're on holiday, so why not taste your way around the coastline? The temperate climate a…

  • Hunter Valley

    Hunter Valley is the place to visit in Australia if you’re looking for a fun, relaxing, and romantic holiday getaway. Bring your taste buds and a special someone to enjoy exclusive tours to some of the best wineries Australia has to offer. Come for the wee…

  • April

    Public holidays are a great excuse for travel. The month of April is home to some annual public holidays, and many other special events. Depending on when Easter falls, Australia celebrates Good Friday, Easter Sunday, and Easter Monday with public holidays…

  • Anzac Day

    Australia and New Zealand celebrate Anzac Day, a public holiday commemorating all the people that served in the military and died for their country. The holiday began specifically to honour fallen soldiers from World War I but has since expanded on that co…

  • Easter

    One public holiday in Australia that people look forward to is Easter. While the official holiday is on Easter Sunday, the days around Easter Sunday are also public holidays, including Good Friday and Easter Monday. In 2015, Good Friday is on 3rd April, Ea…

  • August

    August is one of those rare months that doesn’t contain any official public holidays—but there are still several excuses to plan a trip. Some regions have a Bank Holiday at the beginning of the month while other areas have festivals and events scheduled. T…