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Holidays to Australia with If Only

With so much to see, it can be hard to decide where to start planing a trip down under. A great network of domestic flights make it easy to travel inter-state, or choose to self-drive some of the most famous coastal routes in the world, such as the Great Ocean Road. The freedom of a motorhome holiday might be what you are after or perhaps a resplendent train journey traversing the Red Centre aboard The Ghan. Leave it to us to curate the perfect itinerary to make the most of this vast and varied country.

Our Destinations In Australia

Alongside iconic sights such as Uluru, the Great Barrier Reef and the mighty Daintree Rainforest, is a country overflowing with culture, outstanding cuisine and world-class wine regions. Australia is a destination to visit again and again.

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We currently feature 93 luxury hotels and villas in Australia

 
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Harbour Rocks Hotel - MGallery by Sofitel

Harbour Rocks Hotel - MGallery by Sofitel

Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

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A model hotel with elements of industrial-chic at The Harbour Rocks Hotel Sydney.

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PARKROYAL Darling Harbour, Sydney

PARKROYAL Darling Harbour, Sydney

Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

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Enjoy sweeping city views at PARKROYAL Darling Harbour, in the heart of Sydney.

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The Langham, Sydney

The Langham, Sydney

Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

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A 5 star hotel with breathtaking views of the cityscape and the Sydney Harbour.

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Lizard Island

Lizard Island

Great Barrier Reef, Queensland, Australia

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Lizard Island is an idyllic getaway offering sensational snorkelling and diving, in one of the most beautiful spots on the Great Barrier Reef.

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Emirates One&Only Wolgan Valley

Emirates One&Only Wolgan Valley

Blue Mountains, New South Wales, Australia

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Emirates One&Only Wolgan Valley is nestled between the Gardens of Stone National Park and Wollemi National Park.

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Fairmont Resort & Spa Blue Mountains

Fairmont Resort & Spa Blue Mountains

Blue Mountains, New South Wales, Australia

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A upscale accommodation in a charming upper-mountain village.

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Lilianfels Blue Mountains Resort & Spa

Lilianfels Blue Mountains Resort & Spa

Blue Mountains, New South Wales, Australia

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Escape to the award-winning Lilianfels Blue Mountains Resort & Spa in the heart of this World Heritage Listed National Park.

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Spicers Sangoma Retreat

Spicers Sangoma Retreat

Blue Mountains, New South Wales, Australia

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Although just a mere hour from the bright lights of Sydney, the stunning Spicers Sangoma Retreat lies enveloped in the pristine natural bushland of the Blue Mountains.

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Breakfree Aanuka Beach Resort

Breakfree Aanuka Beach Resort

Coffs Harbour, New South Wales, Australia

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A family friendly resort situated on the beachfront in New South Wales.

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Spicers Vineyards Estate

Spicers Vineyards Estate

Hunter Valley, New South Wales, Australia

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A luxury boutique guesthouse in the serene Hunter Valley.

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Highlights

Where to start? First time visitors or returning travellers will find something new and exciting to experience with every trip.

Sydney sights

Tick off the must-sees in Sydney - the Opera House, the Harbour Bridge and the Rocks - then take time to explore trendy and fashionable inner-city neighbourhoods – Woolloomooloo, Paddington, Pyremont, Chippendale and China Town.

Sydney sights
The Red Centre

The Red Centre

Experience spiritual calm and scenic splendour at Uluru and Kata Tjuta – just two of the wonders of the Outback.

The glorious Great Barrier Reef

Discover the world’s largest living organism – the Great Barrier Reef, with its multi coloured corals, powder white beaches and laid back living on, or beside, the water.

The glorious Great Barrier Reef

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Useful Information

When To Visit

With a range of climates from tropical to temperate, the perfect time to visit varies from state to state, and even varies within some states. Traditionally, Europeans head down-under in the winter months to experience an Australian summer, but any time of year is good for visiting, so consider avoiding the peak times for travel and holidays in Australia (December/January) as this is when airfares, accommodation and vehicle hire prices are at their highest. Also be mindful of hot summer temperatures in Western Australia, Queensland and the Northern Territory (December to March), the wet season in Northern Queensland and some parts of the Northern Territory (January to March) and heavy rainfall on the Great Barrier Reef (January to February).

Location

In between the Indian Ocean and the Pacific Ocean, south of Indonesia and Papua New Guinea

Size

7.692 million square kilometres

Local Time

GMT +8 (west coast) and GMT +10 (east coast)

Telephone code

+61

Visa

All visitors to Australia require a visa. Apply online at immi.gov.au

Currency

Australian Dollar

Tipping

Tipping is not mandatory but is appreciated where service and standards are deserving of it. Around 10% is acceptable

Vaccinations

None compulsory, please contact your doctor. As conditions can change quickly, please also check the current health requirements for Australia on gov.uk

Flying time

Approximately 17 hours to Perth and 22 hours to Sydney from the UK

Electricity

240 volts. Three pin plugs, different from those used in UK, are most commonly used so an adaptor is required

Tourist office

Tourism Australia

Language

English

Smoking

Federal law bans smoking in government buildings, on public transport, in airports, and on all flights. Further bans are governed by individual states, and all have banned smoking in vehicles with children, in some enclosed public places, in most workplac

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