Honeymoon Destination: Australia
Your Australian destination wedding or honeymoon will be everything you’ve ever dreamed of with the thousands of miles of stunning coastline that ring Australia, assuring soft sands, warm waves and gentle breezes.
Words barely capture an Australia destination wedding, honeymoon, or anniversary to the wonders Down Under. Australia’s Great Barrier Reef is breathtaking. Cosmopolitan Sydney, the “Garden City” Melbourne, and Hunter Valley, the heart Australia’s wine country are all “must-see’s”. Enjoy adventures including bicycling, hiking, sailing, kayaking, and shopping. Indulge yourselves in the mouthwatering cuisine that Australia’s bewildering choice of restaurants have to offer. Or relax on the pristine warm water beaches and enjoy a spectacular sunset that you will never forget. You’ll see all the magical places for the holiday of your life, in Australia.
Sit back and be enchanted on your Australian honeymoon. The lure of Australia’s wine country is irresistible and Tasmaniavs picturesque scenery is a perfect backdrop for your romantic escape. Take a private pre-dawn hot air balloon ride over the MacDonnell Ranges or a day trip by air to Uluru (Ayers Rock). Choose an all inclusive honeymoon package and enjoy the benefits of a romantic honeymoon suite, a barrier reef cruise or guided tour of your choice, scrumptious cuisine, refreshing concoctions and relaxing spa treatments. No matter what you’re looking for Australia’s natural beauty will seduce your romance and give the newlywed a memorable experience.
Time Zone: Within Australia there are three time zones. New South Wales, the Australian Capital Territory, Victoria, Tasmania and Queensland observes Eastern Standard Time. South Australia and the Northern Territory observes Central Standard Time, and Western Australia observes Western Standard Time. Daylight saving operates in South Australia from the end of October to the end of March. Clocks are advanced one hour during this period.
Language: The primary language spoken in English.
Currency: In Australia the currency is the Australian Dollars. Also accepted are American Express, Bankcard, Diners Club, MasterCard, Visa, JCB and their affiliates. Currency exchange is available at banks, hotels and international airports.
Driver’s License: It is well worth considering hiring a car when visiting Australia especially if you are planning to travel the country and to explore rural areas. However, you must have a valid driver’s license from your home country. It is a legal requirement that you have your license with you at all times when driving.
Passports and Visas: Anyone wanting to enter Australia must carry a valid passport and everyone, except holders of Australian and New Zealand passports, requires a visa to enter Australia.
The weather in Australia varies considerably due to the size of the continent. The climate varies from the tropics to the rugged hot desert, from the warm waters of tropical coast to the cool snowy mountains of the Australian Alps. The climate you choose will depend on what you love to do most. If you like bush walking in the rainforests, then the tropical parts of Queensland and Northern Territory will provide the adventure you are seeking. Those who indulge in water sports should adventure the beaches of Gold Coast, Sunshine Coast, and not forgetting the Great Barrier Reef, all of which are fascinating sights. For those looking for cool places for some skiing, the Australian Alps and Snowy Mountains should be your destination. Australia offers variety in terms of things to do based on the unique climate and weather in each state. You are assured that whatever type of destination wedding or honeymoon you’re interested in, there will be a destination for you in Australia.
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