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There is Nothing Like Australia
Australia Promotion

Sale validity : 14th November 19 till 13th December 19

Travel period: 18 February 20 till 30th June 20, 01st August 20 till 30th September20, 12th November 20 till 07th December 20.

8 Aussie Experiences You Just Can't Miss!

From city hot spots to beautiful surrounds, discover 10 captivating destinations and experiences that will inspire your next Australian holiday.

Embark on coastal road trips across Australia

Coastal Road Trips around Australia Australia has some of the world's most picturesque roads which would be ideal for any motor-lover's dream vacation. Take for example, the Great Ocean Road which is considered as one of the most scenic road-trip destinations in the world or the Pacific Route from Sydney to Gold Coast that goes through rain forests, coastal villages, rock pools and beaches. With postcard perfect coastal towns and beautiful open roads, Australia has an awe-inspiring view at every turn. Embark on a journey of a lifetime, head out on the open road and experience Australia like never before.

Discover Kangaroo Island, a zoo without fences

Kangaroo Island, South Austral Located just 112 kilometres south-west of Adelaide, Kangaroo Island is known for its wildlife and pristine beaches. Discover the "Remarkable Rocks" which have been sculpted over the years with the help of the wind and the wild sea. Spoil yourself at Southern Ocean Lodge, one of Australia's most prestigious wilderness retreats. Here, you can detach yourself from the maddening world and sleep under a blanket of stars!

Dive into the Great Barrier Reef, Queensland

The Great Barrier Reef, Queensland Considered as one of the wonders of the natural world, the Great Barrier Reef is a rich tapestry of coral reefs, islands and cays. Described as the tropical rainforest of the ocean, this intricate living environment of extraordinary marine diversity is the world's largest coral reef. It's so large that it is even visible from space. Every visitor must explore this fascinating gift of nature. You can do that by taking a private helicopter or plane ride over the reef or going scuba diving or snorkelling in its blue waters.

Rediscover yourself at Uluru, Northern Territory

Uluru, Northern Territory Uluru, a World Heritage site, is one of Australia's most iconic symbols of the outback environment. A perfect way to wrap up an exciting day of discovery and travel is the famous Sounds of Silence, an authentic Aussie BBQ dinner party that is hosted under the sparkling stars and then head towards Bruce Munro's beautiful art installation 'Field of Light'. Sounds perfect, doesn't it?

Be amazed by Wineglass Bay at Tasmania

Wineglass Bay, Tasmani Rugged pink granite mountains, dazzling white sand beaches and sapphire blue waters define the Freycinet Peninsula on Tasmania's east coast. Consistently rated among the top 10 beaches in the world, Wineglass Bay, shaped, as the name suggests, like a wineglass, is one of Tasmania's most iconic destinations.

Experience Aussie food and wine

Explore food and wine in Australia Food in Australia has influences of global flavours like Japanese, Thai, Greek, Lebanese, Vietnamese, Indian, Chinese and even French. Australia's wine regions like the Barossa Valley in South Australia, Hunter Valley in New South Wales and Yarra Valley in Melbourne are well known for their laid-back atmosphere, world class wines, fresh produce and fine food. In short, Australia is every food lovers' paradise.

Head to Phillip Island, Victoria

Phillip Island, Victoria Phillip Island is home to some of Australia's most popular natural wildlife attractions like the iconic Penguin Parade and the Koala Conservation Centre. There are many other fascinating attractions here like the A Maze'N Things, Panny's Chocolate Factory and the International Motorcycle Grand Prix circuit. Here, you can take a wildlife cruise that will put you right in the middle of 16,000 fur seals.

Visit Cricket Arenas in Australia

Cricket Arenas in Australia Cricket is one of Australia's most loved sporting pastimes. Relive cricketing history as you explore the inner sanctum of the Melbourne Cricket Ground, walk on the hallowed arena and experience where legends play by taking a guided MCG tour. Stop and get mesmerized at the National Sports Museum which houses world-class exhibitions of significant sporting artefacts. Other must-visits for cricket fans include the Adelaide Oval in the heart of Adelaide city, the International Cricket Hall of Fame in Bowral and Sir Donald Bradman's home town, located less than ninety minutes away from Sydney.

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