CHEAP FLIGHTS TO Australia

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How much do things cost in Australia?
Mid-range restaurant $75.03
Cinema, international release, 1 seat $16.41
Taxi 1km $1.93
Mid range bottle of wine $14.07
Apartment (3 bedrooms) outside of centre $1 915.82
1 Pair of Jeans $96.07
Apples (1kg) $3.80
Rice (white) $2.69
1 min. of prepaid mobile tariff $0.83
Tennis court rent (1 hour on weekend) $18.37
* All price are converted to USD

About Australia

Whenever you are traveling to Australia, you will realize it is quite unique in that it is one of the only continents that is a country as well. The different cities and destinations throughout Australia have slightly different cultural backgrounds. While the main language is English, there are other dialects you might encounter. For the most part, as long as you speak English, you will be able to communicate and find your way.

Where to Go

Whenever you are getting ready to travel to Australia, it helps to know where you are going. Among the most popular cities that you might want to travel to include:

    • Sydney

    • Melbourne

    • Brisbane

    • Adelaide

    • Perth

    • Canberra

    • Hobart

    • Darwin

These major cities hold the majority of the population of this vast country. Traveling to these major cities will allow you to engage with the local culture and the citizens of the area.

Try the Wine

One of the many things that Australia has become known for over the year is the wine that they are producing. The biggest grape that has become popular from this region is Shiraz. Other grapes are also being produced with a climate close in nature to California. It is possible to tour the different wineries or sample the wines from the region on the menus at all of the major restaurants throughout the country.

Getting There

Because of the distance to get to Australia, it is easiest to get there when traveling by plane. There are cheap flights to Australia if you are willing to look. You will be able to find that places like flighthub offer the cheapest flights. You will be able to book flights to Australia directly through the site so that you will be able to get there as quickly as possible. Most flights will even include reclining chairs so you will be able to take a nap or sleep the night away while you are traveling.

Getting Around

Once you have arrived, you will want to go exploring the different areas of Australia. Getting around inside of the cities is easy to do with many taxis waiting by to take you to any location you desire. You will also be able to hire a car if you are looking to drive yourself to your destinations. Both of these options allow you to get to a destination quickly and easily.

If you are looking to get into the interior of Australia, you might want to hire a 4WD. These off-road vehicles are designed to handle the rough terrain of the central parts of the country. You will be able to see the famous Uluru, also known as Ayers Rock. Getting to the rock is not easy to do, but with the right guide and with the right vehicle, you will be able to get there without any problems.

If you do not want to worry about how to get around, you might want to sign up for a tour package. This will allow you to see all of the sites that Australia has to offer. Best of all, you will not have to think about where you will go next because it will be determined for you. Buying these tours in advance will help you to save money.

Events and Happenings

Australia has many different cultural and art events that happen throughout the year. You can engage in music events happening at places like Hobart or the Mango Festival in Broome. Looking into the different events may allow you to decide when you will travel and where you will travel to. Because the weather stays pretty much the same throughout the year, you can bet that when you go, you will be able to travel in complete comfort.

Information about travelling to Australia

  • Age structure of Australia
    0-14-years 18%
    15-24-years 13.3%
    25-54-years 41.8%
    55-64-years 15.1%
    65-years-and-over 14.7%
  • Ethnic groups of Australia
    white 92%
    Asian 7%
    aboriginal and other 1%
  • Industries of Australia
    mining
    industrial and transportation equipment
    food processing
    chemicals
    steel
  • Independence of Australia
    1 January 1901

    National Holiday : Australia Day , 26 January
  • Area of Australia
    7 741 220 km² (6th)
  • Sex ratio of Australia
    1.01 male/female