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Holiday Packages in Australia

If you’re looking for somewhere exciting and scenic for your next holiday, look no further than neighbouring Australia. The country is extremely diverse and has something to offer all different types of travellers. There’s history and museums, abundant national parks and mountain ranges, endless beaches, and exciting cosmopolitan cities. Even if you have visited Australia before, the country is so vast that you will never run out of new places to see. Some ideas of trips you can take in Australia are Sydney and the Blue Mountains, Melbourne and surrounds, the Red Centre around Alice Springs, a road trip along the Queensland coast, and a visit to the wine regions around Adelaide.

Once you add together all of your expenses, trips to Australia can get pricey. In order to save yourself both time and money on your booking, look into Webjet’s Australia holiday packages. These packages bundle together flight and hotel costs, which can save you several hundred dollars on your Australia getaway. This will leave you with some extra pocket money to put toward all of the experiences you would like to have in Australia. Australia accommodation and flight packages also save you time. Rather than trawling the internet for the best deals, Webjet will handle that so you can focus on planning the activities you’ll be experiencing in Australia. Australia holiday packages are great options for families, couples, or small groups of friends travelling together.

 

Flying to Australia

Wherever you are hoping to visit in Australia, you’ll have no trouble getting there by plane. A large number of city and regional airports are available across Australia. The country’s busiest airport is Sydney Airport (SYD), located in Australia’s largest city. Other major airports include Melbourne Airport (MEL), Brisbane Airport (BNE), Perth Airport (PER), and Adelaide Airport (ADL).

Flying from New Zealand, you can catch direct flights into several Australian cities. From Auckland, you can fly direct into Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, Adelaide, Perth, and the Gold Coast; from Christchurch, Wellington, and Queenstown, you can fly to Melbourne, Sydney, and Brisbane without any stopovers. If you are hoping to visit another part of Australia you can easily get there with a short stopover. The main airlines to offer service between New Zealand and Australia are Virgin Australia, Qantas, Air New Zealand, Jetstar, and Emirates.

 

Where to Stay in Australia

Throughout Australia, you’ll find all different types of accommodation. Serviced apartments are a popular option. You’ll also find high-rise hotels, luxury resorts, hostels, and bed and breakfasts. No matter what your budget is, you’ll be able to find somewhere enjoyable to stay in Australia.

Quest Grand Hotel - Melbourne

The Quest Grand Hotel offers boutique-style serviced apartments. Based in a building that was built in the 1890s, this hotel will take you back in time to the Victorian era. Over the years, the Quest Grand Hotel has seen a number of famous guests, including royals, athletes, and musicians. There are 95 apartments in the hotel ranging in size from studio to two-bedroom. The apartments feature classic designs with opulent features. As a guest you’ll have access to an indoor pool, spa, gym, and a garden. With its location next to Southern Cross station, this hotel is ideally located for exploring Melbourne.

Adina Apartment Hotel - Sydney

If you are looking for a centrally located accommodation option in Sydney, the Adina Apartment Hotel is perfect. Right next to Central Station, it is within easy walking distance of Circular Quay, Darling Harbour, Chinatown, and Surry Hills. In the hotel, there are 98 one- and two-bedroom apartments as well as several studio rooms. Apartments are equipped with a kitchen and a balcony overlooking the city. Facilities of the Adina Apartment Hotel include a gym, spa, heated swimming pool, and a restaurant.

Aloft - Perth

Aloft is a hotel under the Marriott brand. Guest rooms are available in seven sizes and feature modern, colourful designs. The hotel has a trendy vibe to it and offers affordable rates. Within Aloft, you can enjoy a rooftop terrace, fitness centre, swimming pool, restaurant, and bar. Aloft is located just west of Perth’s CBD and has easy access to several attractions in the region, including the Swan River, Botanic Garden, and the trendy suburb of Fremantle.

 

Things to do in Australia

Australia is a huge country with a diverse range of things to see. The country is famous around the world for its gorgeous beaches and its bright red Outback. You’ll also find rainforests and mountains offering lots of hiking trails. Australian cities are exciting places to visit on your holiday, abundant with great restaurants, museums, shopping, and nightlife. No matter what your interests are, you’ll have no trouble finding a place in Australia that you will love.

Uluru

Right in the centre of Australia, you’ll find this icon. Uluru is a large rust-coloured rock that emerges from the Red Centre of the Outback. It is massive, measuring in at a whopping 348 metres tall, 3.6 kilometres (2.2 miles) long, and 2.4 kilometres (1.5 miles) wide. While visiting Uluru, you can learn about the fascinating Aboriginal stories that surround it. There is a 10 kilometre (6 mile) long base walk around the rock. While visiting Uluru, there are also a number of activities available, including camel rides and sunset dinners beside the rock. Within the national park, you can also visit Kata Tjuta, which is a series of red domed rock formations. At Kata Tjuta, there are lots of hikes and beautiful views.

Great Ocean Road

Just west of Melbourne, you will find one of the most scenic drives in all of Australia. The road starts right beyond Geelong and stretches for 243 kilometres (150 miles) along the Victorian coastline. Along the Great Ocean Road, there are lots of beaches and scenic landmarks to experience. Popular stops along the drive include Bells Beach in Torquay, Apollo Bay, Great Otway National Park, the Twelve Apostles, and Loch Ard Gorge. Along the drive, keep an eye on the trees above you; you can often see koalas resting in the branches snacking on some eucalyptus leaves. The Great Ocean Road can be done as a day trip from Melbourne, but for the best experience, try to dedicate two or three days to it.

The Whitsundays

Australia is home to the world’s largest coral reef system. The Great Barrier Reef is located off the coast of Queensland and can be accessed from several towns and cities along the coast. One of the most popular spots to see the reef is in the Whitsunday islands. Within the islands, there is some great snorkelling and diving where you can see the coral reef and tropical fish up close. Many visitors to the Whitsundays also enjoy going for scenic boat rides through the islands, some of which last overnight. The Whitsundays are an idyllic spot to visit on your Australian holiday.