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Australia

Australia is a country of rich diversity, full of fascinating history, spectacular scenery and the world's oldest living culture. From the lush rainforest clad islands of the Whitsundays and Great Barrier Reef, to the majestic Uluru in the barren Red Centre, down to the award-winning vineyards of the south, there is something to capture the imagination of every visitor. So contact us here at Revere Travel and let us make this dream destination a reality.

Southern Australia

Victoria, South Australia and Tasmania offer visitors an unbeatable combination of the finest scenery, culture, wine and wildlife in a temperate climate. Victoria’s capital, Melbourne is renowned for culture and the arts, for fine cuisine accompanied by equally fine wines and is the passionate heart of this sports loving nation. Within Victoria, lies the wine growing regions of Yarra Valley and Mornington Peninsular, ideal for a day trip out from Melbourne or a relaxing stay in the countryside. To the southwest of the city is the famous Great Ocean Road, a stretch of highway with breathtaking coastal views and the Twelve Apostle rock formations.

Western Australia

Similar in size to Western Europe, Australia’s largest state, hosts a spectacular array of landscapes. It boasts over 70 national and marine parks, ancient and historical scenes, and has one of the largest biodiversities in the world. Soak up the long sun-filled days, and grasp possibilities such as swimming with 'whale sharks' the worlds largest fish at Ningaloo Marine, kayak through the woodland area at the Margaret River, take in breath taking views up high with Kimberly aerial highway, journey to the Australian outback, or be enthralled by Perth a lively city, full of exquisite dining, chic boutiques and buzzing nightlife.

Northern Territory

The Northern territory enjoys un-spoilt wilderness or outback that are home to some of Australia’s most awe-inspiring natural wonders, magnificent landscapes and most special experiences. Near the top end, and the capital, Darwin, are the National parks of Kakadu which showcases an abundance of birdlife and are home to one of nature’s most fearsome species, the crocodile. A visit to the dramatically sculpted monolith Uluru (Ayers Rock) is highly recommended; view at sunrise or sunset to see its fabulous colours at their best. An Aboriginal guided walk here and at nearby Kata Tjuta (The Olgas) explains the cultural significance of these sacred sites. The other 'must do' is to absorb the desert solitude and glittering night sky with dinner under the stars.

Queensland

Queensland is the Sunshine state, occupying almost one quarter of the continent. It’s fantastic climate means more than 300 days of sunshine every year, making it one of the most popular destinations in Australia. Tropical North Queensland is home to two of Australia's magnificent, iconic natural wonders; a place where stunning coral reefs and marine wildlife vie for attention with lush, tropical rainforests. A boat trip off the coast will take you to the incredible Great Barrier Reef, where you can view the reef from a glass-bottomed boat, snorkel mask or even up high in a helicopter. Whitsunday island offers the decerning traveller a tropical paradise, with pure white sand atolls scattered across clear turquoise waters that promise great things for underwater enthusiasts.

Tazmania

Off the south coast of the mainland, surrounded by the cleanest ocean and the freshest air in the world lies the island of Tasmania – Australia’s natural state. With unique wildlife, astounding natural beauty, with 117 national parks, this is an island for nature lovers. Step out of your car into ancient rainforests or drive to some of the most beautiful beaches on the globe. Explore the rich colonial history and arts all washed down with amazing food and wine.

New South Wales

The state of New South Wales has a vast diversity of landscapes to explore, from the Snowy Mountains to the south, green luscious forest, vast open spaces of the outback, miles of stunning beaches, and of course the iconic sights of Sydney, a cosmopolitan harbour city with a sparkling personality. Sydney is undoubtedly one of the world’s finest destinations. The attractive harbour is it’s focal point, with twin icons of Opera House and Harbour Bridge commanding the skyline from all angles and providing a blissful reminder that there's simply nowhere else in the world that you could be.

Key Information

Time difference: GMT +10 hours

Language: English

Capital: Canberra

Currency: Australian Dollar

Flight time: 22 hours London Heathrow to Sydney

Visa: (UK passport holders) – Check https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice (entry requirements)

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