Australia is the dream destination of the rainforest, coral reefs, red deserts, and fantastic art and culture. Marvel at the opera performance at Sydney Opera House, and explore the aboriginal roots at Gold Coast. Enjoy sandboarding at Moreton Island and take a tour of the beautiful art galleries and museums too. Don't miss out on cuddling the baby koalas and explore the Great Barrier Reef also.

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Must Do Adventure

  • Book tickets for the splendid opera, dance, music, theater, comedy, tours, talks, and other grand performances at the world-famous Sydney Opera House on the Australia Tour. The UNESCO recognizes the Australian architectural landmark as a classical heritage site in the world. Witness the most spectacular performances and consult the Sydney Opera House calendar for current events and details.

    Marvel at the performances at Sydney Opera House
  • Embark on an enthralling journey of discovering the culture and history of the aboriginals on the guided walking tour through the idyllic beachside rainforest that envelops the mountain Jellurgal. Explore the important sites of the aboriginals at the Jellurgal Aboriginal Cultural Center on the Australia Tour. Imbibe their ecological practices into your life and admire the beauty of the rainforest too.

    Explore the Jellurgal Aboriginal Cultural Center At Gold Coast
  • Enjoy a session of adventurous sandboarding at Moreton Island on the Australia Tour. Venture out to the Big And Little Sand Hills and The Desert, which are the most convenient sand boarding centers for beginners. Brace yourself for adrenaline-loaded sand boarding too at the steep dunes of Big And Little Sand Hills.

    Go sandboarding on the giant dunes at Moreton Island in Brisbane

Bucket List Experience

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Have fun at the Australia Tour in the fascinating city, Sydney. Explore the colossal colonial buildings, narrow lanes, and sandstone churches at The Rocks of Sydney. Indulge in the fascinating beach culture at The Palm Beach, Manly, Coogee, and Bondi. Fall in love with the beautiful sun-soaked lawns of the Royal Botanic Garden and Mrs. Macquarie’s Chair and take a walk along upon the impressive architectural accomplishment that is the Sydney Harbour Bridge. Take a tour of the Blue Mountains National Park too.

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Sip at a mug of world-class coffee at Melbourne and before embarking on trips of the Australia Tour. Browse through 73000 artworks at the National Gallery of Victoria and peek into the reading rooms at State Library of Victoria. Stroll in Queen Victoria Market and hit the Cherry Bar to groove to live music. Marvel at the intricacies of vibrant mosaic sculptures at Werribee Mansion and take an idyllic stroll down the promenade that stretches from Princess Bridge to Melbourne Exhibition Center and South Bank.

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Start your day by cuddling a baby koala on the Australia Tour at Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary at Brisbane. Venture into The Cultural Precinct that plays home to hundreds of galleries, museums, and performance venues, the most notable of which are Queensland Museum and Sciencenter, Queensland Performing Arts Center, and more. Take a tour of Brisbane Botanic Gardens Mount Coot-tha and take a fairy tale ride on the Wheel Of Brisbane at South Bank. Shop till you drop at the Queen Street Mall too.

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Gold Coast

Make the most of your vacation at Gold Coast on the Australia Tour. Have fun splashing around and surfing at Surfers Paradise Beach and shop at the Surfers Paradise Beachfront Markets. Admire the views of Gold Coast and beyond from SkyPoint Observation Deck and then proceed to pet and cuddle the kangaroos and koalas at Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary. Spend a few hours sunbathing at the sun-kissed sands of Coolangatta Beach and then continue to explore the diverse marine life, which includes tropical fishes, stingrays, penguins, polar bears, and more at Sea World.

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Great Barrier Reef

Explore the ecosystem of the largest coral reef in the world that is the Great Barrier Reef on the Australia Tour. Examine the astounding variety of marine life at Great Barrier Reef Marine Park and go on a scuba diving trip or hop on a sailboat to explore the vibrant biodiversity of Whitsunday Islands. Ride the bareboat to luxuriate the dazzling white sands and turquoise waters of Whitehaven Beach. Go on a diving spree to take part in shark-feeding at North Horn and whale-watching at Lighthouse Bommie.

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Become one with flora and fauna at Cairns Botanical Gardens in Cairns on the Australia Tour. Proceed to take the most appealing railway trip at Kuranda Scenic Railway that runs through lush forests and astonishing landscapes. Relax for some time at The Palm Cove and enjoy a spot of rejuvenating swimming followed by BBQ at the Crystal Cascades. Get a gorgeous tan by the crystal blue waters on the beaches of Green Island and have fun at the bustling Cairns Night Markets before calling it a day.

When to Visit

Peak Season

Go on the Australia Tour between September and November and between March and May when the weather is moderate and perfect for walking tours. 

Travel Guide


Australia is an island continent in Oceania between the South Pacific Ocean and the Indian Ocean.

Capital City

The capital of Australia is Canberra.

Main Airport

Sydney Airport in Sydney is the most significant international airport in Australia.

Language Spoken

Almost 73% of the population of Australia speaks in English. Other languages include Mandarin, Arabic, Greek, Italian, and more.


The currency of Australia is the Australian Dollar.


The citizens of New Zealand do not require a visa for the Australia Tour. The citizens of other countries require a tourist or business visa.


The standard values vary between 230 volts and 50 Hertz, and the sockets are adapted for plugs of type I.


The WHO and CDC recommend vaccinations for Hepatitis A and B, typhoid, yellow fever, meningitis, rabies, measles, polio, rubella, mumps, Tdap, influenza, pneumonia, shingles, and chickenpox before signing up for the Australia tour.

Emergency Calls

Dial toll-free numbers 000 and 112 for any emergency during the Australia Tour.

FAQs about Australia

What is internet access like in Australia?

Internet access is not so convenient in Australia, especially in rural parts.

Can I use my mobile phone in Australia?

Use a GSM mobile phone on the Australia Tour.

How are the toilets like in Australia?

There are several public toilets in Australia. Remember to flush counter-clockwise for the Coriolis Effect.

Can I drink tap water in Australia?

The tap water in Australia is perfectly safe for drinking. 

Are credit cards accepted widely in Australia?

Australia widely accepts most credit cards and charge cards of significant companies and notably Visa, Bankcard, American Express, Diners Club, JCB, UnionPay, and MasterCard.

What is the convenience of ATM access like in Australia?

You will easily find ATM centers everywhere in Australia, even in the remotest locations.

What to wear in Australia?

Dress in comfy, casual, smart, and cute dresses on the Australia Tour. Pack in a few layers, hiking apparatus, jackets and raincoats, and light cardigans too.

Is Australia safe for women to travel solo?

Australia is incredibly safe for women. Australians are helpful, friendly, approachable, and hospitable too.