Australia has an excellent tourist infrastructure and is very easy to visit, partly because Australians themselves do so much traveling within their own country, but there are still plenty of tips and bits of advice that will help you plan your journey. Below we’ve listed some of the things that can come in handy in the planning stages.
Accommodation – The country is filled with hotels, hostels (which are usually called ‘backpackers’ instead), resorts, camping areas, and anything else you can think of. Here is some advice that will help you decide which options might be best for your trip.
Airfare to Australia – Your air ticket is probably going to be your largest expense, since this the country is so remote, so it’s important to find tricks to get the cheapest possible ticket.
Hostels – Nearly every city in the country has at least one cheap accommodation meant for backpackers and budget travelers. Find out how to find the best ones for you here.
Hotels – Hotels in Australia tend to be more expensive than most people expect, so finding a bargain is a great way to save some extra money.
Cities & Regions – You’ll probably only be able to visit a few places in such a large country, so check here for some of the highlights of the main places you are probably considering.
Flights within Australia – In a country this large it makes sense to fly rather than drive, so check here for information and advice on getting the best fares inside the country.
Information – Here is some general information about banks, using the phone, and other topics that travelers need to know about.
Things to do – There is an endless list of things to do in Australia, and here is our list of some of the main highlights.
Travel guide – Here you’ll find some general information and links that will help you plan your visit.