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Australia is high on many people’s list of places they most want to visit and as the world becomes ever smaller, that dream coms ever closer to becoming a reality. So what are you waiting for? From ancient Aboriginal culture to the natural world, the infinite Outback, amazingly diverse cities, a myriad of natural wonders, wonderful wildlife, laid-back coastal living, superb food and world-renowned wines, a trip to Australia is more than just a holiday – it’s an experience to be savoured!
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Our vastly experienced travel advisors are passionate about Australia. With first-hand knowledge of when and where to go they can create the perfect holiday experience for you, at the best possible price.
Flight duration: Australia has numerous gateways, with Sydney and Melbourne being the busiest. All flights involve a stopover, either in the Middle East or Far East. Journey time to Sydney, Melbourne or Adelaide from the UK is approximately 21 hours; Brisbane is approximately 24 hours; Perth is approximately 18 hours and Darwin 17 hours.
Recommended airlines flying to Australia: Air France; British Airways; Cathay Pacific; Emirates; Etihad; KLM; Malaysia Airlines; Qantas; Qatar Airways; Singapore Airlines; Thai Airways; Turkish Airlines; Virgin Atlantic.
Local time: GMT +8 hours (Western Australia); GMT +9.5 hours (Northern Territory & South Australia); GMT +10 hours (New South Wales, Queensland, Victoria & Tasmania).
Passports & Visas: A full British passport, which is machine readable and valid for six months beyond your return date is required. Please click here to find out if a visa is required for British passport holders.
Health: Before booking any holiday we recommend that you consult a general practitioner or health professional for information on any health requirements for the areas you wish to visit. If you have previously travelled to a Yellow Fever area, you may be required to provide a vaccination certificate.
Best time to travel: Australia’s climate varies, from hot and tropical in the far north to cool and even snowy in the south. The Australian winter from June to August is generally mild, but there may be snow in the southern mountain regions and dry, sunny days in the northern states. Summer runs between December and February for most of the country although it is the wet season in the tropical north.