The best time to visit Australia all depends on where you’re going and what you want to do.
One of Australia’s most popular tourist attractions is the Great Barrier Reef. While the temperatures are warm year-round, the best time to visit is in the summer or spring. While it is the wet season, the rain keeps away the large crowds that flock to the coast in the drier winter months.
If you’re after picture-perfect days at the Gold Coast‘s famous beaches, plan your trip during the summer months (December to February).
For wine lovers, the best time to visit Australia’s 60 wine regions is in the autumn, From April to June, you’ll be in time for the many harvest festivals
With only two weeks up your sleeve, you want to make sure you prioritize the things you want to see in Australia and the type of travel most suited to you.
When considering any trip, but particularly one such as this, there are some important questions you need to ask yourself. Do you prefer:
• Cities or country areas
• Coastal or the outback
• Adventure travel or food and wine
• Relaxation or the party scene
• Historical sites or sporting events
The answers to these questions will go a long way towards making sure you give yourself the best chance to have a richly rewarding Australia travel experience.
If you are after a city style vacation, Australia has modern, vibrant, and diverse cities unique from each other filled with culture and natural beauty.
• On the east coast, we have the major cities of Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane as well as the smaller cities of the Gold Coast and Cairns.
• Down south is Adelaide and Hobart.
• Over on the west coast are Perth and Broome.
• Up north is Darwin
• and in the red centre is Alice Springs.
Australia’s major cities showcase its outdoor lifestyle, multicultural precincts, shops, theatres, bars, cafe scene, and sporting culture.
For a food and wine vacation, you are well catered to Down Under.
We have world class wine regions such as the Barossa Valley in South Australia, the Hunter Valleyand Mudgee in NSW, and Margaret River in Western Australia.
Or, you can drop into a country pub where you’ll be welcomed by the locals and can try one of their boutique beers.
You can also try our amazing seafood, kangaroo steak, or experience many of our farmers markets with their organic fruit and vegetables, cheeses and chocolates.
The country has a beauty and diversity unlike anywhere else—there’s the cool coastal city of Sydney, the street-art-saturated hub of Melbourne, and all the gorgeous environments in between.
Adventure travel in Australia
If you’d like a bit of an adventure on your vacation, then Australia is tough to beat.
There are white water rafting trips, camel and surfing safaris, crocodile spotting, diving, bicycle tours,horseback adventures, kayaking expeditions, and week-long coastal walks.
There’s also camping, and four-wheel-driving adventures such as the Gibb River Road in Western Australia, or for the ultimate Outback experience try 5 day outback safari through the amazing Flinders Ranges.
Australia is a great destination for a wildlife and nature experiences. From tropical rainforests to red-stone deserts, the wildlife that inhabits these areas are unique and diverse.
Get up close and personal with Kangaroos in the wild, see Koalas on the Great Ocean Road, or spot whales, turtles, seals, and saltwater crocodiles.
Take a trek through the mountains or walk on a canopy of trees in an ancient forest, or go four-wheel-driving on the world’s largest sand island, Fraser Island.
Tours in Australia
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