Australia Tour and Holiday Packages

Get the best holiday package to Australia, see top-rated tourist attractions, the best things to do and must-try local foods in Australia. Great Barrier Reef is the top tourist destination in Australia. Other great places where backpackers and travelers love going the most in Australia are Uluru, Sydney Harbour Bridge, Great Ocean Road, Sydney Opera House, Bondi Beach and many more. With its unique wildlife, Australia's people are very hospitable and friendly. We have curated our travel packages by theme for couples, solo travelers, group travelers (Friends, Colleague) so that they can find the tour package without spending much time looking for the package they need. The classification of Australia tour packages goes like this: South Africa Adventure Packages, South Africa Honeymoon Packages, South Africa Affordable Packages, South Africa Shopping Packages, South Africa Sightseeing Packages, South Africa Wildlife Packages, South Africa Fly And Stay Packages, South Africa Bestseller Packages, South Africa Exotic Packages & South Africa Family Packages. Browse our Australia holiday packages, book the best package suiting your travel requirements now to get an awesome offer on Australia tour package.

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FAQs

Australia is very safe to visit. You have to follow advice about threats from dangerous flora and fauna species, riptides, reptiles, and natural disasters like bushfires, floods, and cyclones for your security. Few precautions will save you from criminal threats.
Uluru, Sydney Harbour Bridge, Great Ocean Road & Sydney Opera House tops the list of best places to visit in Australia.
The total amount inclusive of going and returning airline fare you will require will come somewhere around Rs.1,23,00/- if you are planning to visit Australia on a shoestring.
Adelaide is the most beautiful location in Australia. Adeliade is the fifth most populous South Australian city having popular sightseeings such as Art Gallery of South Australia, North Terrace, Adelaide Botanic Garden, Art Gallery of South Australia, Take a Tour of Adelaide Oval, South Australian Museum, State Library of South Australia, Shop at Adelaide Central Market, Glenelg
Lamington, Meat pie, Anzac biscuit, Pavlova, Fish and chips, Weet-Bix, Fairy bread & Chicken parmigiana are the popular local foods in Australia.
6.50 Australian Dollar is the amount charged by the Australian Government to visit the Great Barrier Reef in Australia.
Australian waters are home to nasty jellyfish species (box jellyfish and bluebottles), sharks, and crocodiles. Immediately come out of the water after you are informed about their presence in the water. The saltwater or estuarine crocodile is the most dangerous in the Northern Territory. Tamarama Beach near Sydney is infested with water creatures. Swim in the netted swimming areas which will protect you.
The Royal Flying Doctor Service(www.flyingdoctor.org.au) provides medical assistance in the event of an accident, illness, or emergency for remote communities in outback towns. Carry first-aid kit for outdoor activities. Except for cities, Australia has a patchy mobile network, so have additional radio communication(satellite phone) for remote areas.
Snakes and funnel spiders are fatal to human life. These creepy creatures come out after the spell of rainfall. A single sting may kill you if you do not receive medical assistance quickly. Rush to the closest medical center if you have been bitten by a snake or spider.
Australia does not offer a tourist visa on arrival to Indians. However, Indians have been able to apply for a tourist visa online since July 2017. A travel agent or any family member in Australia may also apply online with the applicant's permission. You can also avail of a fast track service with a small additional fee to get a visa processed within 48 hours. People with health issues or lousy immigration records can not apply with fast track service. Fill in the application form and submit it with supporting documents to your nearest AVAC (Australia Visa Application Center). You will get a notification on the processing of the visa application. You can pay online for visa applications and check the status of the application. This subclass 600 visa applies to both tourist and business visitors.
Below is the list of documents required for Australian tourists visa: Application form for a visitor visa-tourism stream (Form no. 1419) A DD in favor of Australian High Commission payable at New Delhi or you can pay online. Copies of all printed/visa pages of the passport A 45mmX35mm passport-sized photo with the face at 80% ratio. Return tickets. A simple itinerary with dates, places, and accommodation details. The bank statement should reflect enough funds to cover the trip (Around INR 2 Lakhs) Copies of income tax returns for the last three years Letter from the employer that confirms employment with the company and leave details Copies of payslips for the previous six months Travel insurance
Australia’s climate varies across the eight states and territories. Australia is in the Southern Hemisphere with reversed seasons in comparison to Northern Hemisphere. Northern Australia has a more tropical climate, characterized by hot and humid summers, and warm and dry winters. At the same time, the southern parts are more relaxed with mild summers and, cold and rainy winters. The Northern part of Australia gets humid and hot in the summer and warm and dry in the winter due to tropical climate whereas Southern Part of Australia gets cool with mild summers and cold and sometimes rainy in winters. The daytime temperature in summer ranges between 25 and 30°C. The winter temperature ranges from 5 to 10°C.
Central Australia area is dominated by desert & bush area with the temperature reaching 50°C and sometimes more than it, Central Australia receives no rain throughout a year. Central Australia remains driest with the desert climate with an annual average temperature above 18°C.
Ginger Beer, Jagerbombs, Archie Rose, Bundaberg Brewed Beverages, 666 Vodka, Bundaberg Rum, Tooheys & Goon are the most outstanding drinks in Australia which are a must-try for tourists.
Summer in Australia begins in December and lasts till February. These are the hottest months of the year in Australia. Summer is known for drought in Australia with average temperatures range between 26°C and 32°C and even higher in Northern Territories. Bushfires burn parts of Australia
Spring 2020 in Australia will begin on Tuesday, 1 September and ends on Monday, 30 November. It gets warmer in most parts of Australia. Spring season has a very pleasant temperature making the weather suitable for sightseeing and outdoor activities for tourists. The average temperatures range between 15°C and 26°C.
Unlike all other parts of Australia, this area has just two seasons-the wet seasons and the dry. Wet Season or Monsoon Season is from December to March. The North Australia experiences high humidity, high rainfall and flooding monsoon season with temperature ranging from 30°C to 50°C
The Weather is warm and sunny during the autumn season in Australia. The avg temperature ranges between 15°C and 21°C. The autumn season in Australia covers the months from March to May.
The weather in Australia gets very unpredictable in winter. In other words, Sunny and warm temperature may turn into a cold and windy day. Rain and storms hit several parts of Australia. The average temperature ranges between 10°C and 21°C. Snow falls on the higher ground of Australia during winter. Winter 2020 in Australia will begin on Monday, 1 June and ends on Monday, 31 August.
The best clothes to pack for summer in Australia are Shorts, t-shirts, swimsuits, a shawl or light layer for the evening. You can wear a hat snd sunglasses to avoid sun exposure. Don't forget to apply sunscreen lotion on your body for outing in daytime.
Beanie, Sneaker, scarf, Thermals, layers, warm jacket, jeans & dressier clothes are the ideal outfits for winters in Australia.
Some clubs, such as Returned Services League clubs (RSL) and sporting clubs have dress codes, and they do not allow thongs, rubber shoes, jeans or collarless shirts. A jacket and tie are expected.
Sydney city center is 10 km from the airport. You can board a train, bus, or car to reach the city center.
Taxi takes only 20 minutes to reach the city center from the airport. You can hire a taxi from the taxi stands which is just outside the arrivals area of each terminal. To avoid loss of time at the airport, you can prebook a taxi.
Yes, ola and uber are available in Australia. You can use these rideshare apps to book cabs from Sydney Airport. Shebah is also a popular alternative to Ola and Uber in Australia.
Yes, car rental is available in Australia. Rent a car and drive to Sydney or any other destination. Avis, Hertz, Europcar, Budget, Thrifty, Enterprise are the available car rental companies. The majority of companies operate from 6:00 am to 23:00 pm. Some of them are open 24 hours. Contact car rental booths in the arrival halls of any of the terminals.
Airport Link connects Sydney Airport to the city center in just 13 minutes. It plies from the International Station and domestic station to Central Station in the city center. Catch the T2 Airport line from Macarthur to the city via the airport. For coming to the airport, travel from city to Macarthur via airport way of T2 line. Domestic and International Airport stations are on the T2 Airport line.
T2 Airport Line operates from 06:00 am to 10:00 pm every 10 minutes on weekdays. On weekends and public holidays, it runs every 20 minutes. Get to the airport station in the northern sector of terminal 2 at arrivals level.
Opal Card is a smartcard used for paying expenses of public transports in Sydney. To board the train link, you must buy the Opal Card. You can ride in train, bus, ferry, and light rail services using Opal Card. This card will help you travel to Blue Mountains, Central Coast, Illawarra, Hunter, and Southern Highlands. You can buy the Opal Card from ticket booths at airport stations.
400 route bus takes one hour to cover the distance and move between Bondi Junction and Burwood. Pick-up and drop off points are outside the arrivals hall at both International and Domestic Terminals. You can buy MyBus tickets at ticket sellers, ticket offices, ticket vending machines, transport shops, and driver on-board. You can also use the Opal Card. The timing of operations of 400 bus from Monday to Friday is 05:27 am to 23:21 pm. On Saturday, Sundays and public holidays, 400 bus operates from 05:46 am to 23:18 pm
Bondi Junction, Randwick Junction (Belmore Rd), Kingsford (Anzac Parade and Gardeners Rd), Maroubra Junction (Anzac Parade and Maroubra Rd), Pagewood (Eastgardens), Mascot Shops (Botany Rd and Robey St), Domestic Terminal (Lower Level), Intl Terminal (Lower Level), Rockdale Railway Station, BexleyNoth Station, Campsie station and Burwood Rd at Westfield.
Australia is the sixth-largest country in the world by total area. It comprises the mainland of the Australian continent, the island of Tasmania, and several small islands. The culture of Australia is derived from Britain, aborigines, Torres Strait Islanders, and other Australian People. It is a multicultural society due to massive migration after World War II from Greece, Italy, Germany, the Netherlands, Yugoslavia, Lebanon, and Turkey. Freedom and equality are critical values among Australians. English is the national language that unifies all Aussies. Equality for individuals, regardless of their race, religion, or ethnic background, is part of the Australian value statement.
A handshake and smile with “Hello” or “Hello, how are you?” are simple greetings with good eye contact. Australian greetings are casual and relaxed. Although Australian say, 'G' day’ or ‘G' day, mate,' 'Hey mate,' they do not expect it from a foreigner. It looks patronizing to them. Aussies address using first names even at the initial acquaintance. Greeting them by the first name does not offend them even in formal situations.
BBQ or ‘barbie’ is a typical party in Australia where guests usually bring wine or beer and sometimes meat in much informal event. If you receive invitations for a BBQ, check with the host if they would like you to bring along something at the party. It is courteous to offer help to the host in preparing a meal or cleaning after the party is over.
Except for upscale restaurants, do not feel pressured to tip wait staff, hotel staff, or cab drivers. It is not frowned upon in Australia. Tipping is seldom expected or required in Australia.
The World Health Organization(WHO) encourages all travelers to get immunized for diphtheria, tetanus, measles, mumps, rubella, chickenpox, polio, and hepatitis B for all the destinations. See your physician at least eight weeks before departure to plan vaccinations. If you land in Australia after a recent visit to a yellow-fever infected country, you may have to provide proof of yellow fever vaccination.