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Different Destinations To Tour In Australia

By Irma Heatherfield

Australia is one of the most popular tourist attractions in the world. It has everything that you could possibly need when deciding to book a holiday. If you like beach holidays Australia has lots of Golden sandy beaches. If you like the countryside there is the phenomenal Australian outback. You also have lots of cities to choose from, The Great Barrier Reef, mountain ranges the list is almost endless.

There is too much to fit into a 2 or 3 week stay in this vast county. Choosing your travel options is vitally important for a successful visit.

If you want to travel and explore Australia you have 3 main options to choose from.

The first way you could travel around Australia is by air travel. With a vast array of internal flights that could take you to most of Australia’s major cities every few hours this is a great way to explore Australia. Some of these flights are not short trips though so be warned they make take up quite a bit of your time.

If you decide to travel from Sydney to Perth it could take you four hours. It is advisable to book in advance for these flights or it may get expensive. The main airline that runs this trip is Qantas, but you could find a budget airline such as Jet star or Virgin Blue that may have a discounted fare.

Sea travel is the second option. With Australia being a large island there are many of its major cities that are accessible by sea. Many different cruises run all along the Australian coastline. There is also the famous international terminal at Sydney’s circular quay.

You could take small trips inside the Great Barrier Reef or alternatively hire a private boat or yacht and sail along the coastline yourself.

Lastly if road travel is your preferred choice you could discover the small towns and countryside of Australia by hiring a car or a camper van. This is quite an economical way to explore although it may take a little longer than the other two options.

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