Australia serves you with all the flavors you can think of to live your wanderlust; be its serene natural beauty at Uluru, pristine white sand beaches all along the Gold Coast, the Great Barrier Reef, or the iconic Opera House and Harbor Bridge at Sydney.
Australia. Somewhere down where magic is ordinary. The magic we are telling you can only be experienced by one. A real paradise, Australia has something to offer for everyone. A backpacker, A honeymooner or a Family. A trip to Australia is nothing short of a beautiful dream and we, at MLMT make sure that your dream turns to reality!
When to visit?
December – February
Summers in Australia are between December & February, which is a great time to enjoy different beaches and the overall climate is also pleasant. However, being the peak season might pick you a bit hard on your pockets. Hence you can give to try to visit Austalia during spring or Autumn there which hail between September to November and March to May.
Average Cost Per Person
A 10 Nights long trip to Australia might cost a person around INR 1,75,000. The cost also might vary according to the inclusions as well as the extra activities planned.
Indian Citizens can travel to Australia via a visitor visa (subclass 600) with Visa limits up to a year. The base applications for the Visa ranges around 135 Australian Dollars.
Where to stay?
A visit to Australia is incomplete without visiting Sydney. The sparkling city is full of Australian landmarks that have been renowned worldwide.
The harbor city of Sydney is nothing less than a cinematic experience with sun-drenched beaches, scenic natural beauty, thriving markets with world-renowned Restaurants. Sydney offers you nothing but the best of Australia!
Places to stay in Sydney:
The world’s sporting capital, Melbourne is much more than a sprawling metropolis. Renowned for its markets, amazing arcades, and unique street art in small nooks and corner of the city, Melbourne gives you a rich experience as you would like to live.
Filled with world-famous eateries, art galleries, and shopping streets, Melbourne will make you fall for its free culture and refreshing architecture.
Places to stay in Melbourne:
Gold Coast, an adventure lovers paradise, is a must visit attraction in Australia. It is filled with scintillating theme parks, a perfect place to shop for the best of Australian produce, and not to forget the main star attraction being the pure, lovely beaches which are world-renowned for surfing. Imagine, you can even surf in between the ancient rainforests, making the most of what Australia has to offer.
Beyond these beaches, Gold Coast offers you great neighborhoods with excellent culinary options. And don’t miss a trip to the subtropical hinterland to experience rainforest walks & waterfalls.
Places to stay in Gold Coast:
The hidden jewel of North Australia, Cairns is the tropical representation of the country, also the Gateway to the very popular Great Barrier Reef. The city is best enjoyed Outdoors. Even though Cairns is most famous for the Great Barrier Reef and the Wet Tropics World Heritage, a visit to the town also promises excellent things such as brilliant cafés, bustling markets and plenty of beaches.
A visit to Cairns would mean to Relax by a resort pool or spend your days exploring this tropical oasis!
Places to stay in Cairns:
Brisbane. A young city which will leave you glowing with an adventurous spirit. With a mild and sporty climate and a lovely riverside location, you would love to embrace Brisbane with its natural qualities and amazingly great outdoors.
Brisbane is where you can combine adventures and arts, explore creative spaces, try amazing restaurants and relax over pretty riverside gardens and man-made beaches. Exploring the sun-soaked capital is always a great idea!
Places to stay in Brisbane:
Top Experiences In Australia
Great Barrier Reef:
Always wanted to try surfing? Then Surfers Paradise at the Great Barrier Reef is the right place to be! The experienced instructors here will have you catching waves in no time and get you hooked on to surfing long before you know it. And the best part? You need not be a swimmer to learn surfing.
Uluru- Kata Tjuta National Park:
The beautiful Kata Tjuta National Park is filled with the haunting red desert sands, massive sand dunes, tropical wild camels and of course the Red Centre, Uluru. Uluru is one of the best ways to know the heart of Australia. It is Beautiful, Majestic and massive. Get ready to be awestruck by this natural wonder.
The Daintree represents many things: Unesco World Heritage–listed rainforest, a river, a reef, laid-back villages and the home of its traditional custodians, the Kuku Yalanji people. It encompasses the coastal lowland area between the Daintree and Bloomfield Rivers, where the rainforest tumbles right down to the coast. Experiencing the Daintree would be something very unique, something that only Australia can offer!
Drive through the Great Ocean Road:
The Great Ocean Road, Australia’s most famous road-touring routes, takes travelers past world-class surfing breaks, through pockets of rainforest and calm seaside towns, and under koala-filled tree canopies. It shows off sheer limestone cliffs, dairy farms, and heathlands, and gets you up close and personal with the crashing waves of the Southern Ocean.
Australia is undoubtedly famous for its underwater adventures. There are probably very few places on this planet where you can swim with whales harmlessly, have a fun Dance with dolphins and cruise along with the turtles and great sharks. The underwater adventures in Australia are something everyone must experience!
Travel Smart with these tips
It is always better to make sure that you travel smart. Make sure you use these tips to travel smart and make the most of your Holiday.
Seek out free Internet:
The internet in Australia is painfully slow and expensive (just ask any Australian how they feel about this), but libraries and McDonald’s have free WiFi that you can use.
You would require an adapter to plug your appliances into the power sockets: the adapter in Australia have two flat metal pins, forming an inverted ‘V’ shape, and occasionally a third pin in the center. The electrical current in Australia is 220 – 240 volts, AC 50Hz.
Swimming At Beaches:
All of Australia’s mainstream beaches have been put under patrolling services with availability of volunteer lifesavers throughout the year. There is also a provision of red and yellow flags to make people aware of the safest area for swimming.
Tipping At Restaurants:
Normally in Australia, Hotels, and restaurants refrain from adding service charges to your bill, and there is no customary tipping at these restaurants. However, in upmarket restaurants, usually, people tip waiters 10 percent of the bill for good service.
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