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8 Holiday(s) found in Australia | Price Range: Rs. 1,06,700 to Rs.1,33,540

Australia Tour Packages

Australia boasts a number of the world's foremost attractions and there is truly something for everyone in any of the main cities. Natural sites, man-made spectacles and entertaining parks make up for a larger part of the iconic landmarks. Sydney Opera House, which took more than 14 years in construction, is one of the most remarkable pieces of architecture in the world. Mother Nature amazes everyone once more with the implausible beauty of Cradle Mountain-Lake St. Clair National Park. There are more to see and do in this sixth largest country of the world. Grab one of the exciting Australia tour packages offered by Yatra.com and uncover the natural and man-made treasures in a very expedient way. Impenetrable tropical rainforests, wildlife-filled marshlands, outstanding surf beaches, frenzied cosmopolitan cities, craggy mountain peaks- the list of Australia?s fine terrains are seemingly endless. Fortunately for tourists, the country's domestic transport system is top-notch. Comprising the incredible regions of New South Wales, Queensland, South Australia, Tasmania, Victoria and Western Australia, Australia is a wonderful tourism destination for its splendid heritage sites, charming countryside and dynamic cities. Sydney is its heart, with over 30,000 years of history spread out for all to admire. Featherdale Wildlife Park, Darling Harbour, Sydney Olympic park and Sydney tower are some of Sydney's prime attractions that should not be missed on an Australia vacation. An unfathomable array of attractions can be found across Australia, from beach towns to glorious medieval castles, great country manors of the nobility, the spectacular scenery of Perth, Fraser Island National Park, the 12 Apostles, the Royal Exhibition Building, and Sydney Aquarium. Culturally, Australia is well-known for its theatre, music, dance and artistry, and as a result, its museums are excellent and worth checking out. Pulsating nightlife, great shopping and the iconic Aussie pub culture complete the picture. Tourists who are on a trip to Australia will be spoiled for choices when it comes to fun-activities in Australia. Surfing on some of the most excellent beaches of Australia also cannot be missed. The world's largest coral reef system- Great Barrier Reef, located off the coast of Queensland, supports a wide diversity of marine life and can be seen from outer space. Not to forget, Australia is also home to dozens of national parks just waiting to be explored. Climbing Uluru- a massive monolithic rock and one of the seven natural wonders of the world is an experience one should not miss during the Australia tour.

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Melbourne All Inclusive

5 Nights Melbourne All Inclusive (1)  →  Melbourne (4)


Melbourne All Inclusive

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Simply Australia

9 Nights 3 States Of Australia (1)  →  Melbourne (3)  →  Gold Coast (3)  →  Sydney (3)


Simply Australia

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Victoria Scenic Tour

5 Nights Victoria Scenic Tour (1)  →  Melbourne (4)


Victoria Scenic Tour

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Sydney & Its Surroundings

5 Nights Sydney & Its Surroundings (1)  →  Sydney (4)


Sydney & Its Surroundings

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Sydney with Central Coast

7 Nights Sydney With Central Coast (1)  →  Sydney (2)  →  Port Stephens (2)  →  Central Coast (2)


Sydney with Central Coast

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Best Of Australia

8 Nights Best Of Australia (1)  →  Gold Coast (3)  →  Cairns (2)  →  Sydney (2)


Best Of Australia

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Melbourne Now

7 Nights Melbourne Now (1)  →  Melbourne (6)


Melbourne Now

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Australian Getaway

6 Nights Australia Getaway (1)  →  Gold Coast (3)  →  Sydney (3)


Australian Getaway

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Australia Guide

  • Shopping in Australia

    Shopping in the mega malls, markets and high-end boutiques of Australia is an experience in itself. Discovering the works of less-known designers in the hidden lanes of Melbourne or trawling through the Surry Hills of Sydney for some retro shopping can be fun. If still not satisfied, heading to Brisbane’s Queen Street Mall or exploring the popular stores in Adelaide can be great option. Tourists would certainly not able to resist themselves from buying a jewellery piece made of opals, the national gemstone of Australia. Equally famous are rare Australian pink diamonds and pearls, which are exclusively found in Kimberley.

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  • Food Cuisines in Australia

    As a legacy of the British colonial past, Australians love to treat themselves with fish and chips. Besides, ocean species of salmon, prawns, lobster and tuna supplement the country's agricultural industry. It is immensely popular for its barbecue culture, which is widely practised at beaches, in camping and caravan parks. The iconic Australian foodstuff is vegemite, dim sim and lamington.

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  • Must do & Must Experience in Australia

    There are a number of splendid, both natural and man-made attractions in this country that attract millions of visitors from across the globe. With attractions, such as Sydney Opera House, Uluru, Kakadu National Park, Taronga Zoo, Great Barrier Reef, Port Jackson, Bondi Beach and Fraser Island, there is nothing like a holiday in Australia. Visitors can enjoy watching cinema in the moonlight, an old tradition followed in various Australian cities. Adventure enthusiasts can indulge in action-packed activities like diving, snorkelling, surfing and white-water rafting. Another thrilling experience that can be enjoyed by visitors to this nation is riding a mechanical dolphin in the Byron Bay or swim with original dolphins in the Rockingham Bay. Young and adventure seekers can also discover the wilderness of Cape York, one of the remotest areas in the world, by biking through it. This exciting biking trip may last from 2 to 10 days. All these must-visit attractions and must-do things make Australia a favourite haunt among globetrotters.

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  • Calendar of Events in Australia

    From art exhibitions, international food and wine festivals to interesting tennis, cycling and running events, Australia hosts a large number of world-famous events. Tourists can join the excitement of rugby, tennis or international cricket, which are played in the country all round the year. Cheering up some of the world’s best professional cyclists in the Tour Down Under competition held every January across South Australia and Adelaide can be a spectacular experience. Another widely famed event held in the same month, in Melbourne Park, is Australian Tennis Open – the Grand Slam of the Asia-Pacific. Other popular events to be part of in the country is the adrenaline-pumping Melbourne’s Formula 1 Grand Prix in March or the yachts sailing from Sydney Harbour to Hobart in December. The emblematic Australian celebrations include Opera on Sydney Harbour, Sydney Royal Easter Show, Melbourne Cup Carnival and New Year’s Eve that are witnessed and admired by thousands of local people and foreign nationals, year after year.

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  • Weather in Australia

    Australia, one of the largest countries in the world, has a variety of landscapes, featuring mountain ranges, tropical rainforests and dry deserts. The country experiences mild temperature without extremes of heat or cold for most part of the year. However, the climate can drastically vary due to the massive size of the country. While the northern states experience warm weather most of the time, the southern states have cooler winters. With an average annual precipitation of less than 600 millimetres, Australia is among the world's driest countries. Being located in the southern hemisphere, the nation's summers are from December to February and winters from June to August. March to May are autumn months and September to November is spring time.

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  • History of Australia

    The Australian land was inhabited for the first time during the last Ice Age by Aboriginal people, who arrived here by boat from Southeast Asia. Even until the time of its European discovery and occupation, many thousands Aboriginal people lived across the region as hunters and gatherers. Several European explorers sailed the coast of New Holland, as Australia was then known, in the 17th century. None could claim their authority on any part of this country until 1770. It was in this year that Captain James Cook by a charter brought the east coast under British rule. In the year 1851, as gold was discovered in Central Victoria and New South Wales areas, thousands of youths from other colonies flocked the country. Though its discovery led to great violence, the wealth from gold brought extremely large investment to Sydney and Melbourne, and by the 1880s they were among the most stylish cities in the world. In January 1901, the six states of Australia came under a single constitution to make it a nation. Today, this nation serves as home to people from more than 200 countries.

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