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Travel To Australia:


Australia is a land of contrasts and consists of six main states – New South Wales, Queensland, South Australia, Tasmania, Victoria and Western Australia and two territories – the Australian Capital Territory and Northern Territory. The capital of Australia is Canberra situated in the Australian Capital Territory.


Australia is the only nation in the world to occupy an entire continent and with a land mass of about 7,682,300 sq km (2,966,136 sq miles) it’s very big! The coastline stretches for over 26,700 km (16580 miles) with 7000 beaches. Over 80% of Australia’s 20 million people live in the cities around the coast which only covers about 1% of the Australian continent.


The large size of the continent is also matched by the large and varied wildlife within Australia. There are about 40 million kangaroos, 140 million sheep, 24 million cows, 75,000 crocodiles, 500,000 wild camels and 100,000 odd koalas.


Australia is also known as the land ‘Down Under’ due to its southern location. One of Australia’s biggest assets is its natural beauty with landscape that varies from tropical rainforests and sun scorched rugged outback regions to stunning beaches and cosmopolitan cities.


Visit one of the many World Heritage regions such as the Great Barrier Reef in Queensland, check out the unique scenery in Tasmania, try some excellent wines in South Australia, drive on one of the world’s most spectacular coastal drives in Victoria, tour the Sydney Opera House in New South Wales or experience some of the wild and remote areas of Western Australia.


The vastness of Australia offers plenty of choice for the visitor, holiday maker and traveler. The laid back and friendly people, cultural diversity, excellent accommodation, attractions, tours and services make Australia an ideal holiday destination.


Australia is home to long summers, stunning beaches and award-winning wine, events and festivals. It’s the gateway to the unique National Landscapes of the Flinders Ranges and iconic Kangaroo Island.For centuries, Australia’s mysterious landscape tantalized the developing world from its remote location, waiting for ‘modernization’ to finally seize control. Nevertheless, even after its seeming inevitable colonization in 1788, Australia has proven to be a unique and majestic destination. Today, millions still flock to the ‘land down under’ to experience its rare culture, landscape, and climate.


From the unforgiving harshness of Australia’s arid center, to the thriving coastal plains, this remarkable nation boasts a tremendously varied and breathtakingly beautiful environment. Dense tropical rainforests, wildlife-filled wetlands, striking surf beaches, chaotic cosmopolitan cities, rugged mountain peaks…the list of Australia’s fine terrains are almost endless. Luckily for tourists, the country’s domestic transportation is world-class. Yet, visitors should expect to spend quite a bit of time traveling if they want to see it all in one trip.


Holidaymakers are spoiled with choices when it comes to activities in Australia. Climbing the world’s most memorable monolith will undoubtedly be on the agenda. However, surfing some of the planet’s best beach breaks also cannot be passed up. The Great Barrier Reef is famed the world over, and indigenous culture is similarly a fascinating feature of Australia’s tourism industry. Visitors can also taste a range of meats that only this nation provides, such as crocodile, emu, kangaroo, and even witchetty grub (an indigenous favorite)!


Accommodation is pretty much found anywhere in Australia, and if it’s not officially available, make-shift camp sites can be set up at a moment’s notice. In Australia’s major cities, hotels can be expensive; however, the vast abundance of options mean visitors can always find something to suit their budgets. Renting camper vans is popular, as exploring Australia’s outback region is a fascinating experience. Although, never underestimate the dangers that could arise when discovering the Outback so plan accordingly. Generally speaking, Australians are very friendly people who are willing to lend a hand if visitors find themselves in trouble.


When planning a holiday to Australia, visitors need to take into account the amount of travel time needed to get from one area to the next. Flying is the fastest, albeit most expensive, method of transportation available. However, train and bus travel is often preferred for their affordability and scenic opportunities. The busiest international gateway is Sydney, although other cities like Melbourne, Brisbane, and Perth are major transport hubs too. Several major highways span the country, including the Hume, Bruce, Pacific, and Great Western Highway.


Wherever tourists base themselves, day trips and short getaways are effortless to arrange. Most cities are within close proximity to amazing beaches, natural landmarks, highland regions, or other Aussie highlights.


There are various streams available for travelling to Australia:-


  • Tourists & Visitors:

For people to visit or extend their stay in Australia for holiday, sightseeing, social or recreational reasons, to visit relatives, friends or for other short-term non-work purposes.

  • Working holiday

For people aged between 18 and 30 from arrangement countries to have an extended holiday supplemented by short-term employment.

    • Retirement

For retirees who are 55 years of age and over who want to spend their retirement years in Australia.

      • Medical

For people to travel to Australia for medical treatment for up to 12 months.

      • Other visas

For people Transiting through Australia or Participating and Organising events in Australia.

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