Travelling to Australia? The Ultimate Travel Guide You Need

The Australia Travel Guide by Rocky Travel
 

Travel to Australia: All what you need to know before travelling to Australia

There are a few things that you need to know before going to Australia with regards to when to visit, where to go, how to choose destinations and how to travel distances in Australia. Being Australia a big country, you will have to make hard choices, no matter how much time available you have. It is vital you choose the right destinations to match your time frame and most importantly you choose the right way of transportation, because this will have a significant impact on your budget and also on your overall trip enjoyment. Here on Rocky Travel, you find all that you need to plan your trip independently as well as go on organised tours.  If you need more inspiration, here you find 10 reasons why to travel to Australia.

How much does it cost to travel to Australia?

On the internet, you will find many articles about the cost of travelling to Australia. While Australia is not a cheap destination, the most significant cost you will face is getting there and travelling around the country. A flight ticket to Australia will cost at between 1000 Euro or 800 GBP or 1200 USD, to 1600 Euro, 1400 GBP and 1500 USD, depending on the time of year you decide to travel. The return flight ticket makes roughly 1/3 of the whole travel expenses.  And some destinations and activities can be a bit pricey on high-season too. It's vital that you plan your trip to Australia as efficiently as possible, this is the only way that allows you to save money without sacrificing comfort and quality of travel.

How to choose the Right Destinations in Australia

Being Australia a big country, you will have to make hard choices, no matter how much time available you have. It is vital you choose the right destinations to match your time frame and most importantly you choose the right way of transportation, because this will have a significant impact on your budget and also on your overall trip enjoyment. 

What to do and see in Australia

When it comes to choosing destinations for your Australia Trip, you are likely to feel overwhelmed. One of the biggest challenges first-time travellers face it is how to create an itinerary that allows seeing as much as you can, but at the same time, it is not time-consuming. There is a specific page with over 72 destinations. For now check out the most popular and visited places in Australia.

All Destinations Guides for Australia

Travelling Tips for Australia

Most overseas travellers tend to underestimate distances and those country-specific peculiarities that are important for a successful trip to Australia.  We often think that what works in Europe or the US will work in Australia too. Most of the times it is not the case, especially with the trip planning and bookings.

For Australia, you need to plan a good time ahead, to avoid wasting time and spending a lot of money on your trip. Last minutes trips are almost non-existing in Australia. On the contrary, the earlier you book, the better chances you have to get good deals. This includes flight to Australia and domestic flight within Australia, as well as accommodation during peak season.

That's why I cannot stop emphasising the importance of accurate planning. Rocky Travel gives you all the necessary rock-solid elements for planning a trip that not only will help you save time and money but also will maximise your overall experience.

By clicking through the specific site sections, you will get to more detailed travel information about how to create your Australian Trip as well as which travel websites, and resources to use for getting your trip plan done.

Best Travel Planning Tools for Australia

If you are planning your trip to Australia right now, click on the icons here below to read more about the best travel planning sites for Australia. Start now planning your trip to Australia. If you have any questions feel free to contact us at any time.

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