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Spring holiday getaways in Australia

Spring Getaway Holiday Ideas

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Snowy Mountains
Snowy Mountains, NSW. Australia

The Australian snow season starts in the middle of June through to beginning of October. The snow resorts are Perisher-Blue, Thredbo, Charlottes Pass and Mt Selwyn. A great holiday destination for families, friends and couples. Catch the best of the late snow falls in spring or go touring in the mountains.

Sunshine Coast
Sunshine Coast, QLD. Australia

The Sunshine Coast is an interesting destination for either a weekend getaway or a week or three family holiday, with a tremendous amount of destinations to explore and enjoy, including Noosa, Mooloolaba & Coolum

West MacDonnell Ranges - Northern Territory

West MacDonnell Range - Northern Territory

West MacDonnell National Park is a spectacular section of the MacDonnell Ranges, located west of Alice Springs, once higher than the Himalayas and was formed over 800 million years ago.

Uluru Kata Tjitu

Uluru KataTjuta - Red Centre. Northern Territory

Kata Tjuta National Park: 280 miles (450km) southwest of Alice Springs. Ayers Rock/ Uluru, the world's largest monolith and an Aboriginal sacred site is Australia's most famous natural landmark.

Kangaroo Island - South Australia Kangaroo Island - South Australia

As a result of its isolation from the mainland, Kangaroo Island has one of Australia’s most impressive concentrations of wildlife and is an idyllic holiday destination.  Kangaroo Island, Australia’s third largest island is located in the remote Southern Ocean, off the tip of the Fleurieu Peninsula.
Barossa Valley
Barossa Valley, SA. Australia

The Barossa Valley is one of Australia's major destinations, being known all over the world for its quality wines. A home to many major wine producers this area produces over half of the countries wine.

Kakadu NP, NT. Australia

It is Australia's largest national park, but it isn't just the size that astounds visitors - it is the sense of something very old and grand. Creation of the 500 km escarpment began 2,000 million years ago, when layers of sandstone built up a plateau to later be carved into an escarpment and scoured by gorges.

Cable Beach
Cable Beach, WA. Australia

Cable Beach Resort, which fronts onto the beach, is a popular tourist destination. With its 22km of pristine white sands fringing the turquoise waters of the Indian Ocean it makes an enjoyable and relaxing holiday destination.

Flinders Ranges
Flinders Ranges, SA. Australia

Covering over 70% of South Australia is the famously beautiful Flinders Ranges. Colourful landscapes, gorges and waterholes to explore. There are many sacred Aboriginal sites with beautiful rock art. This is real "Outback Australia"

Hunter Valley
Hunter Valley, NSW. Australia

The Hunter Region is the finest wine region of New South Wales.  The Hunter Valley's fertile river flats and its close proximity to the first colony at Sydney Cove led to its development as an agricultural region in the early 1800’s.

Hamilton Island
Hamilton Island, QLD. Australia

Hamilton is the only Queensland Island with a modern jet airport. The island is a popular tourist destination and offers an abundance of sights and activities.

Lord Howe Island
Lord Howe Island, NSW. Australia

The Lord Howe Group of Islands comprises a series of seven-million year old volcanic formations, and lies in subtropical waters off the northern New South Wales coast. Because of its isolation and absence of humans until recent times, Lord Howe has a unique natural history.

Gold Coast
Gold Coast, QLD. Australia

Famous for its sunny subtropical climate, a sweeping 70km coastline offers a stretch of patrolled surf beaches that are among the best in the world, extensive waterway and canal systems, a peaceful rainforest hinterland in the west of the city, active nightlife and its wide variety of tourist attractions.

School Holidays
Australian Kids - School Holidays.

Are your kids looking for a great place to go these holidays? Then we have a few favorite school holiday destinations in mind, that will keep them excited - and you happy. From top camping areas to action packed thrills of fun parks and snowboarding mountains.


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