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Land of Natural Wonders and commonly known as "Land Down Under" among the travellers

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Overview

Australia is one of those countries that has it all. Geographically brilliant terrains, beautiful sceneries and delicious food to die for (figuratively speaking). Divided by 6 different states, finding 1001 things to do in Australia is a cakewalk. If you’re planning to travel to Australia, you’ll be spoilt for choice for things you would want to add into your shortlist of 'things to do in Australia’. From the uber-cool Melbourne and stunningly scenic Sydney to the mesmerising landscapes of the Outback, this gigantic island continent is fizzing with more incredible sights and experiences than you can shake a didgeridoo at. 

Travelling to Australia is sure to be one of your best ideas as it is one of the world's best countries when it comes to natural scenery. Being surrounded by sea, you have the extensive coastlines, home to some of Austalia's biggest cities and some of its most famous beaches, complete with a vast array of flora and fauna. Crikey!

THINGS TO DO IN AUSTRALIA

World-class Cityscapes
Some of the cities in Australia offer breathtakingly beautiful locations and combining it with a modern glass-windowed metropolis like no other. With beautiful beaches, vibrant cultural scenes and amazing natural sights, Australia is where you can step away from your daily routine and take on the path less taken with the comfort of home not so far away.

Sydney: This is Australia's crown jewel. An iconic city if you’re planning to travel to Australia. Sydney is known around the world for its legendary harbour where you can view Sydney Opera House or watch as the city charm its way when you walk at Darling Harbour. And during those beautiful sunny days, a stroll through Hyde Park or Sydney Park is highly recommended as well. Aesthetically and culturally, very few cities could match what Sydney can offer when travellers come to visit.

Perth: Perth is a more laid back city travel destination. Being the most isolated city on earth hasn’t stopped this up-and-coming city rivalling its more glamorous neighbours (albeit their closest neighbour, Adelaide, is more than 2,000 km away). Perth is a chic city with skylines that could rival Manhattan, gorgeous beaches that could put one's heart at content at Cottesloe Beach, and huge parks known for being one of the biggest inner-city parks in the world at Kings Park. There is much to see and much to experience once you're in Perth. 

Off-Road Adventure
If you're looking to create your own adventure on the off-beaten path, Australia's Outback is the perfect canvas for you to start. Though it can be hard to define, Australia's Outback is can be categorised as the vast open space open-space, emptiness, remoteness, and the huge distances of inland Australia. 

Mt.Augustus: Located 320 km east of Carnarvon, Mount Augustus is the largest monolith in the world. There are also walking trails to via the Summit Trail. The challenge is the reward as you make your way up a 12 km trail to the summit. You will pass some spectacular gorges, lookouts, water pools and the aboriginal rock art.

Uluru: For a truly magical sight, you can enjoy the sunset at this huge monolith. Watching as the sky turn orange just behind the red rock is a spectacular experience not to be missed. And at night, the Outback's clear skies and vast tracts of uninhabited land makes it the perfect spot to view some of the world’s most extraordinary astronomical sightings. 

Diving Right Into It
Australia's coastline stretches almost 50,000 kilometres and is linked by over 10,000 beaches all around it. With those kind of figures, finding your spot at a stunning, unspoiled and naturally immaculate beach would be as easy breathing. 

Gold Coast: This is the closest thing to Miami as one could get in Australia. With miles and miles of beach coast drenched in sunshine, Gold Coast the perfect combination of sun, surf and sand. Gold Coast is a playground for watersports to a point they even naming a suburb in Gold Coast as Surfer's Paradise! And if screaming at the top of your lungs is more of your style, Gold Coast also has a plethora of theme parks which includes Warner Bros. Movie World, Seaworld and Dreamworld. 

Tasmania: If you're looking for less crowded beaches, Tasmania has got you covered. Although this remote island is known for its more rugged wilderness, Tasmania's beaches are also hidden gems for travellers to look for. Boat Harbour beach is where you can find pure white sand contrasting itself with black volcanic rock just behind. And to top it off, this beach also offer crystalline clear water. For a more scenic experience, you can walk on the stairs of The Neck at Brunny Beach. From there you can the two halves of Brunny beach split by a narrow isthmus.

HALAL FOOD IN AUSTRALIA
You can find restaurants with legitimate Halal certification all around Australia. Look for restaurants and food products with The Australian Federation of Islamic Councils (AFIC) logo or the Halal Certification Authority (HCA) which you can verify by scanning its QR Code. You can also browse through www.halalsquare.com.au where they update which food products are halal-certified.

Important Things To Note About Australia
Currency – Australian Dollar (AUD)
Capital – Canberra
Languages Spoken – English
Time Zone – GMT+10
Calling Code – +61

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FAQ

When is the best time to go?

Seasons in Australia are opposite to those in the Northern Hemisphere, with summer from December through February, and winter from June through August. The exact type of weather you'll experience depends largely on the region. September to November & March to May are best time to visit Australia. Most of the tourists opt for these months to visit Australia. The weather during these seasons is neither too hot nor too cold that makes it perfect to have a walk around Australia.

Which currency should I bring?

The local currency used in Australia is called Australian Dollar (AUD).

Are the food in Australia Halal?

Travelling the world is about seeing new places, dining out and sampling food you might never have tried. Yet for Muslim travellers, finding Halal-certified places to eat isn’t always easy. Luckily, in Australia you can find halal food in many major cities which means there are plenty of places to try while you’re on holidays. Here's a few suggestions on the places that you can go to once you're here! shorturl.at/dizEQ

What is the common language spoken in Australia?

Though Australia has no official language, English is regarded as the de facto national language. Even so, Australia is a linguistically and culturally diverse country with influences from more than 160 spoken languages.

Is there a time difference?

There are a three time differences in Australia.

Australian Eastern Standard Time ( AEST ) (GMT +10) : in New South Wales , Australian Capital Territory , Victoria , Tasmania and Queensland.
Australian Central Standard Time ( ACST ) (GMT +9:30) in South Australia and Northern Territory .
Australian Western Standard Time ( AWST ) (GMT +8) in Western Australia

What vaccinations are recommended for people who is traveling to Australia?

It's important that you receive the most accurate and up-to-date travel health information for the region you will be visiting. The only one qualified to provide you with this advice is your family physician or a specialist from a Travel Health clinic.

Is it safe to drink tap water in Australia?

There are a few remote areas where the tap water is not recommended as drinkable. However, in the vast majority of Australian towns and cities the tap water is very drinkable in fact, in many cases, it is just as clean as bottled water.

Top Packages

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Perth 5D4N RM 3,490
Gold Coast Tour 4D3N Enquire Within
Gold Coast X Melbourne 7D6N Enquire Within
Gold Coast Theme Park & Tweed Endeavour Cruise 4D3N Enquire Within
Melbourne 4D3N Enquire Within