The land â€œDown Underâ€ is an extraordinary country that encompasses its modern cities, natural wonders, and ancient heritage a in a brilliant symphony. Known to be a land of extraordinary contrasts, visitors can experience the diverse terrain ranging from dry sandy deserts to majestic waterways and beachfronts, snowcapped mountains to plateaus and rock formations all within a country.
The spectacular beauty of Australiaâ€™s most famous natural wonders â€“ the Great Barrier Reef and Ayers Rock are just two of the numerous reasons to visit Australia. Visitors may indulge in a spell-binding experience sleeping under the stars at Ayers Rock and fly luxuriously over the worldâ€™s most magnificent coral reefs, taking in its spectacular aerial view and the iconic heart reef. Upon landing, immerse yourself in the clear blue waters with a snorkeling trip and marvel at brilliant colors of the great underwater.
Australia is also known to be the iconic country for scenic road trips and home to some of the most adventurous sports and activities, offering diverse experiences for all travelers. Swim with the whale sharks at Ningaloo Reef in Western Australia or set off on a hike at Tasmaniaâ€™s Cradle Mountain if youâ€™re up for an adventurous time in Australia.
April to September is the best time to visit Northern Territory, Queensland and top of Western Australia, when the temperature is pleasant and offers respite from the humidity of the wet season and the hot summer.
On the other hand, late spring (Nov to early Dec) and early autumn (Mar â€“ Apr) are probably the best time to visit the southern states â€“ New South Wales, Victoria, South Australia, Western Australia.