Australia is a vast country filled with vibrant cities, beautiful beaches and plenty of adventures waiting to be had. It is no surprise it is on the top of many people’s bucket list. For adventure lovers, Australia makes for an ideal honeymoon where you can explore this beautiful country with its beautiful hotels scattered in even the most remote destinations, travel by train between cities or if you’re feeling extra adventurous, why not take one of our self-drive tours?
One of the most popular locations for tourists visiting Australia is Sydney, draped around a natural harbor, Sydney is filled with vibrancy and life, a glittering gem on the country’s south eastern coastline.
Visit the dream like Whitsundays, an ideal location for your wedding or honeymoon. This sun-soaked region is situated off Queensland’s coast in the clear waters of the Coral Sea. Discover the world famous Heart Reef, sink your toes into the soft white sandy beaches before taking a dip in the pristine ocean and enjoying a romantic sunset sail from Whitehaven beach.
These are just some of the beautiful attractions the East side of Australia has to offer, Western Australia offers an abundance of treasures waiting to be discovered and is the perfect place for your Australian self-drive honeymoon. We love Broome, situated in the North-Western part of Australia and Monkey Mia where you and your loved one can experience swimming with the dolphins together in a breath taking location.
We recommend spending at least three weeks in Australia to truly make the most of your Australian honeymoon.
Spend an entire day exploring the Hunter Valley, sampling its fruits as you go; stop for abundant photo opportunities of unique rock formations in the World Heritage listed Blue Mountains; and spot marine life in the glistening waters off the coast of Port Stephens. Then head further north along the Pacific Highway on a scenic road trip to discover laid-back coastal towns and stunning beaches.
What is the currency in Australia?
How long does it take to fly to Australia?
Sydney 22 hours; Melbourne 22 hours; Cairns 20 hours; Darwin 17½ hours; Adelaide 19½ hours; Perth 18 hours.
What is the time difference in Australia?
Sydney, Melbourne & Cairns GMT +10 hours; Adelaide & Darwin GMT +9½ hours; Perth GMT +8 hours.
Should I Tip in Australia?
Tipping is not expected in Australia, however if you feel you have received fantastic service and wish to show appreciation, 10% of the total bill may be given.
When is the best time to visit Australia?
Australia is a vast country with various climates from the top end to the south and the best time to travel really depends on where you will be traveling. Australia’s winter is from June to September an summer is from November to March.
Do I need a passport or visa for Australia?
All British passport holders require an Electronic Travel Authority (ETA). These can be completed online.
For more information, visit the Australian Tourist Board website.