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Things Not To Miss In Australia

Australia is a very diverse island, country, continent both geographically and culturally. The recognised ‘Outback’, takes up mainly the centre of the huge island but the other areas that contain everything else such as mountains, rainforests, canyons and beaches. Mainly all of Australia’s population live within 60 miles of the coastline.

A visit here will guarantee a fantastic trip full of wildlife, sightseeing, and experiences to remember forever. In this little guide we can give you some tips to help you on your visit of a lifetime!

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When To Go To Australia

They say that visiting Australia between mid-April to late August is the best time due to low airfares. Although the peak travel season in popular parts of Australia is during the winter. The most pleasant time to travel is from April to September.

Temperatures during the day are warm and the chance of rain is very rare. September to October is an ideal time to visit when the heat is not too harsh when you are on the beach within the southern states and Western Australia.

Things Not To Miss In Australia

Bondi Beach Sydney

This famous beach in Sydney is a great way to start your day. Get up early in the morning and stroll along Bondi Beach or go for a relaxing morning swim before you have your breakfast at some of the cafes on Campbell Parade.

It is an iconic beach with curling waves and fine sand and is one of the world’s famous destinations. Here you can learn to surf at one of the accredited school or on the weekends you can check out the Bondi Farmers Market and Bondi Markets.

You can also find award-winning restaurants with some fantastic views at both ends of the beach which streaches over 1.5/2 kms.

St. Kilda Foreshore Melbourne

St Kilda’s seaside appeal isn’t like lush promenades and stretches of golden sand but is more like Brighton, England. The pier has a kiosk towards the end and this will give you the chance to check our a stunning panorama of Melbourne skyline.

In the summer the Port Phillip EcoCentre arranges some great tours which includes wildlife walks, coastal walks and is also full of information on the little penguin colony that are living behind the piers kiosk.

On the foreshore which is situated at the south of the pier., the St Kilda Sea Baths Houses have a heated indoor saltwater pool which is at around $13 for a dip and is great on those chilly mornings.

Adelaide Zoo

Adelaide Zoo has over 2,000 animals and 400 different species of exotic and native mammals, reptiles, birds and fish. Some star attractions includes Fu Ni and Wang Wang which are the zoos giant pandas.

Daily guided walks and talks provide you with a great experience when you visit the zoo and there is also a bistro to check out or relax on the central lawns. It is also next to the famous Adelaide Botanic Gardens which is a great free visit.

With so many things to do and to recommend in Australia you should head over to our article page and see what else we can show you. But, make sure that your transport plans don’t stand in your way and find out more about low cost mini bus hire in Australia. The team will be more than happy to take you to any of these great places.

Things Not To Miss In Australia

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