Considering a trip to Oz? An Australian multi centre holiday is an excellent way to get the most out of your journey halfway round the world. We can help you create an unforgettable multi city holiday, combining several locations into one incredible trip. An Australia multi centre holiday gives you the freedom to see places at your leisure, with the added bonus of us arranging everything for you – so all you need to do is sit back and enjoy your antipodean adventure! From bustling Australian cities to stunning white sand beaches, an Australia multi city holiday lets you see it all.

What are the top destinations to include in a multi centre holiday in Australia?

Sydney is Australia’s largest city and is packed with iconic landmarks, including the Sydney Opera House, Harbour Bridge and Bondi Beach. Melbourne is also a hotspot for those heading to Australia for a multi city trip; with art and culture in abundance, you’ll be spoiled for choice when it comes to galleries, museums, exhibitions and street art. For more of a natural vibe, the Great Barrier Reef is a must-visit. It is the world’s largest coral reef system and offers a vibrant view of marine life. Or, for long sandy beaches, theme parks and beautiful mountain ridges, be sure to include the Gold Coast in your multi city adventure.


What are the must-see attractions on a multi city holiday in Australia?

Australia is diverse, with attractions to suit any taste. For iconic landmarks, head to the Sydney Opera House and Harbour Bridge. A harbour cruise is a great way to take in this world-famous skyline. Sydney is also home to the Australian Museum – the oldest in Australia, and a great place to learn about Australia’s indigenous culture and history. The Great Barrier Reef in Queensland is another world-famous location, while the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Blue Mountains in New South Wales are known for their awe-inspiring views. Check out Warner Bros. Movie World on the Gold Coast, the Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary in Brisbane or Cairns Tropical Zoo for entertainment and family fun.


When is the best time for an Australia multi centre holiday?

Summer in Australia runs from December through February, which is when you will find the warmest temperatures. In some northern locations, summer can get hot and humid, but in cities such as Sydney, the average summer temperate ranges from 19 to 26°C. Spring (September to November) and autumn (March to May) are also pleasant, with temperatures ranging from 11 to 23°C. Of course, Australia is a vast country, and there can be significant temperature differences depending on where you visit. We’d always recommend double-checking specific locations for the average temperatures before you travel.

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