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Top things to do in Sydney, Australia

Australia Honeymoon

With so much diversity and variety in landscape, Oz has to offer, choosing the right Australia honeymoon vacation package becomes challenging. Gradually climbing its way up to become one of the most sought-after destinations for vacation worldwide, Australia—which is a country, and continent as well—offers a perfect mix of adventure and amour, history, spectacular natural wonders, culture, beaches, and nightlife. Well-known for obvious landmarks such as Opera House, the Great Barrier Reef and its share of unique Fauna like Kangaroos, Emus, Koala, etc. and Canberra, being its capital, other popular cities here include Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide, Brisbane, and Perth.

Tailor-made Australia Sensual Packages for Couples

Pickyourtrail’s getaway packages for the newly-weds offer exciting Australia itineraries that can cover pretty much the entire country, based on your interests and the intimacy that accompanies it. If you’re beachside lovers looking for adventure, then our plans will make sure you head to Gold Coast. Known as the surfers’ paradise, this city has a great collection of theme parks, adventure rides, numerous beaches, and an amazing nightlife. Gold Coast is sure to make you fall in love with Australia. But if you want more adrenaline-pumping activities, our itineraries know where to take you and your spouse.

Next destination: Cairns! This beautiful city in Queensland is home to the Great Barrier Reef. Dive into and swim with your soul mate in the world’s largest coral reef system, giving life to rich and colorful marine life stretching to over 2,300 km (1400 mi), a phenomenal experience that will never fade away from your life. Once you’ve struck this off the bucket list, head to the sunny beaches where you can surf and indulge in other water sports. Interested much in art and culture? Our romantic packages in Australia include the must-see Sydney Opera House. Explore the cultural heritage here and hop on to ferry that'll take you to the Harbour Bridge, where the nightlife is amorously buzzing as well. If you’re craving the beach already, visit the popular glitzy Bondi beach of Sydney. Or, enjoy the long ride along the coastline, southwards to the Sunshine Coast, the ideal place to enjoy the sunset on the beachside, romantically. For those couples interested in history and culture, our itineraries include visits to the National Museum, War memorials and the parliamentary building in Canberra, Victorian-era architecture, galleries and museums in Melbourne, wineries, and gardens in Darwin, etc.

Introducing , Australia

Australia is good to visit all year round, if you choose the cities well. Being a vast continent, different cities have varied weather conditions. June to August is when winter hits Australia, while the summer months are December to February. Some cities such as Adelaide are quite hot during summer, yet can be visited in the rest of the months. Melbourne experiences extreme cold weather during the winter months, so remember to take winter clothing along.

Australia is a vast continent that needs time to do justice to. A 9 day vacation would let you cover atleast 3 cities and is the minimum time you should spend on an Aussie vacation. A 12 day vacation would ideally be one that would let you explore a bit of the outbacks and maybe even the Great Barrier Reef. It's once in a lifetime, so go on and take that vacation!

Tourist Visa

The Australian Visitor Visa (subclass 600) allows people to visit Australia for a holiday or to visit family and/or friends for a stay up to three or six or twelve months. This visa may also be used for other short-term non-work purposes too. You can apply for a Visa online, the charges and other important details can be found here. All applicants must satisfy four essential criteria:

• They must genuinely intend to stay temporarily in Australia;
• They must be seeking to visit Australia for purposes other than business or medical treatment;
• They must have access to or have adequate means to support themselves; and
• They must satisfy the relevant public interest criteria, including health and character

Applicants can produce documentation like evidence of employment in the home country, evidence of enrolment in school or university, evidence of financial situation including bank statements and proof of ownership of assets, evidence of family relationships in Australia etc to support the above criteria.

Visitor Visas can allow for single or multiple entries – and permit a three, six or twelve-month stay in Australia on each occasion. Applicants can indicate their preferred number of entries into Australia and their desired stay period in their application, however, the decision-maker will determine which time period is appropriate. Visitor Visas are designed for people whose intention is to visit Australia for short periods. They cannot generally be used for staying in Australia longer than 12 months and cannot be used to establish ongoing residence in Australia.


Yes. You will need insurance if you are to visit Australia. Ensure, you have the needful medical and travel insurance in hand. Our Australian experts will give you more insights on the same. Message us with your requirement we will connect to the right expert.

5 essential things to know before you visit Australia

Tourism in Australia plays a major role in shaping the economy of the country. It is one of the countries in the world where you can find diverse landscape consisting of deserts, rainforests, beaches and mountains. With so many people visiting Australia every year, here’s a list of things that everyone should know before visiting the Land Down Under.

1. Weather

Australia is located in the Southern hemisphere which makes its seasons at opposite times to those in the northern hemisphere. There are four seasons across most of the country and a wet and dry season in the tropical north. December to February is summer; March to May is autumn; June to August is winter, and September to November is spring.

2. Time Zone

Australia has three separate time zones: Australian Eastern Standard Time (AEST), Australian Central Standard Time (ACST), and Australian Western Standard Time (AWST).
• AEST is equal to Coordinated Universal Time plus 10 hours (UTC +10).
• ACST is equal to Coordinated Universal Time plus 9½ hours (UTC +9½).
• AWST is equal to Coordinated Universal Time plus 8 hours (UTC +8).

3. Currency Conversion

Australia’s national currency is Australian dollars (AUD), which comes in denominations of $5, $10, $20, $50 and $100 notes. Coins come in 5, 10, 20 and 50 cents and one and two dollar denominations. Australia has a Goods and Services Tax (GST) of 10% for which you may claim a refund if you have spent AUD$300 or more with a single business, no more than 60 days before departing Australia.

Currency exchange is available at banks, hotels and international airports. There is no limit to the amount of currency you can bring in or out of Australia, however, if you arrive in Australia with more than AUD$10,000 in cash, you must declare it to Australian Customs at the airport when you land.

4. Sim Card

Of the three network providers in Australia (Telstra, Optus, Vodafone), since Optus has physical stores throughout Australia, including international airports, buying one of its SIMs is simple and easy. You can top up your Sim card by buying a voucher from an Optus retail store, or from most supermarkets, gas stations, and convenience stores. You can check their plans here.

Top things to do in Sydney, Australia

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