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If you are wanting to travel Australia but you want someone to organise it for you try an organised tour. Each company will have many itineraries to choose from to many locations.
Usually everything is included like accommodation, meals and attractions and will usually be prepaid, so all you need to do is pack your suitcase and board the bus.
Organised tours can be day trips, for several days, several weeks or a month or more. You may like to book with one company for a long tour as your complete holiday or you can include several short tours within your holiday.
For example you maybe going to Central Australia and your vehicle is not a 4WD so to be able to see the more remote places you can take a day adventure tour.
There are many types of organised tours to go on, like adventure, nature, travelling through several states or within a region of Australia. Going on any tour is a easy and great way to explore and holiday in Australia.
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Road Trip - Pacific Coast - Sydney to Brisbane
The Pacific Coast is a self drive tour between Sydney and Brisbane on the eastern coast of Australia. All the way along this drive is exciting destinations, great places to stay and stunning coastline scenery to enjoy and photograph.
The drive takes you through four tourism regions, the Central Coast, Hunter, Mid North Coast and the Northern Rivers where you will experience stunning coastline views, beaches, wildlife, natural attractions and wineries.
A few Highlights of driving on the Pacific Coast tour are The Australian Reptile Park, Bouddi National Park, Avoca Beach, Hunter Valley Vineyards, The Beautiful Lake Macquarie, enjoying cruising with the dolphins and 4WD at Port Stephens, visit the Big Banana and Byron Bay.
Discount Travel - Holiday Package Deals
Package deals are the easiest way to have a holiday, all the organising is done for you. You can choose from hundreds of beautiful Australia locations.
Many holiday packages include some or all meals in their accommdation packages, some tours or experiences, airport transfers may also be included. Having your prepaid makes your holliday so much easier and cheaper.
Holiday Special Packages are a Melbourne based company that specialises in supplying the best packages for the best price possible.They have packages suitable for familys, couples, seniors, choose by destination or number of nights. The choice is amazing!
Region - Canberra - Australia's Capital City
We continure travelling Australia, last newsletter we travelled to the Snowy Mountains in New South Wales, a short drive away is Canberra in the Australian Capital Territory.
Canberra is well known for the Parliament House, Lake Burley Griffin, National Gallery of Australia, Australian War Memorial and Anzac Parade, Australian Institute of Sport, Australian National Botanic Gardens and much more.
Canberra and surrounds have an amazing range of things to do and see there is plenty to do for families, exciting nightlife. Canberra is a great destination for food and wine lovers, for some outdoor and nature activities there is Black Mountain, Canberra Nature park, Namadgi National Park and so much more to enjoy.
Canberra is surrounded by many regions that are only a short drive away.
The countryside around the ACT is home to 140 vineyards with more than 33 wineries with 35 minutes of Canberra.
From Canberra you can explore the Capital Country region, offering arts and crafts, historic villages, stunning nature, gourmet delights, all within 90 minutes from Canberra.
The Poacher's Way is showcasing 25 local businesses that are highlighting some of the best the region has to offer in artists, chefs, winemakers, galleries and rural retreats.
Experience the region's wildlife in a natural setting at Tidbinbilla Nature reserve.
NEW Cool Camping Australia Book - Showcasing Stunning East Coast Campsites
Cool Camping Australia Book was released in March 2011 and is written by travel writer Kerryn Burgess.
Kerryn has pitched her tent at hundreds of campsites along Australia's east coast, she has chosen 60 of the best in this book for budget conscious campers.
The book includes campsites near beautiful beaches, rainforests, waterfalls so you can easily choose your next campsite. Plenty of information, stunning images are included so you get great viewsand good facilities, it even includes tips to avoid the crowds.
Cool Camping Australia: East Coast Only $32.92 with Free Postage in Australia
Travel Resources - Free Travel Brochures
Free travel brochures are very useful when you are planning your holiday or road trip.
Recent New Pages on Travel Australia Planning Guide
Easy To Do Digital Photo Tips
How To Use A Digital Camera Tips
Basic Camping Checklist
Comprehensive Camping Checklist
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Cheers and Happy travelling Amazing Australia
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