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Australia Trip

Top hotels in Australia

Four Seasons Hotel Sydney
Four Seasons Hotel Sydney
5 out of 5
199 George St., Sydney, NSW
Free cancellation
The price is Rs12,477 per night from 10 Nov to 11 Nov
4.6/5Exceptional! (2,084 reviews)

"Great spacious room, they even left some small gifts for my child when they set up the sofa couch!"…"

Reviewed on 24 Oct 2020

Four Seasons Hotel Sydney
Hilton Surfers Paradise Hotel and Residences
Hilton Surfers Paradise Hotel and Residences
5 out of 5
6 Orchid Ave Surfers Paradise, Surfers Paradise, QLD
Free cancellationReserve now, pay when you stay
The price is Rs8,523 per night from 1 Nov to 2 Nov
3.7/5Good! (919 reviews)

"The view was amazing and staff were friendly. Close to everything."…"

Reviewed on 25 Oct 2020

Hilton Surfers Paradise Hotel and Residences
Shangri-La Hotel, Sydney
Shangri-La Hotel, Sydney
5 out of 5
176 Cumberland Street, The Rocks, NSW
Free cancellationReserve now, pay when you stay
The price is Rs13,259 per night from 16 Nov to 17 Nov
4.4/5Wonderful! (2,493 reviews)

"We chose to stay at the ShangriLa for an Anniversary and Birthday combined. The location is great. Our room was a Opera House City view, but because of where the bed was placed in the room..our view was looking into buildings. If the bed was on the other side of the room, the view would have been ..."…"

Reviewed on 18 Oct 2020

Shangri-La Hotel, Sydney
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Australia Holiday Packages

Visit the sunny “land down under.” Surf, explore rainforests, dive in underwater wonderlands and see kangaroos, koalas and emus.  Australia is a vast land with beautiful beaches, unusual bush animals, more than 60 wine regions and fascinating cities. Join a Cairns dive tour to swim among the Great Barrier Reef’s colourful fish and coral. Explore rainforests and watch crocodiles in nearby Daintree .

Surf and swim on the Gold Coast  and Sunshine Coast . Walk along Brisbane’s pretty river. At the Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary , watch the cute creatures eating eucalyptus or sleeping. Let colourful rainbow lorikeets land on your arms at feeding time.

In Sydney , ride the train to Circular Quay  to shop, dine and meet new people. The Sydney Harbour Bridge Climb provides glorious city views. Attend a performance at the iconic Sydney Opera House and stay after dark as it lights up in brilliant colours. Ferry to Taronga Zoo and spend the night. Swim at Coogee Beach ’s ocean pool. Then do the Bondi to Coogee Beach Coastal Walk in reverse to reach famous Bondi Beach , where you can surf and sunbathe on golden sands.

Watch sports at the Melbourne Cricket Ground. Bike through Melbourne to the Royal Botanic Gardens or cruise along the river to enjoy the city’s magnificent skyline. The Great Ocean Road drive offers many stops to view the rugged shoreline.

Stop in Canberra , the national capital, to see the Royal Australian Mint , the High Court and numerous museums, monuments and galleries. Learn the meaning of ANZAC and reflect upon many important contributions of the Australian military.

Inland, visit the Blue Mountains , with ridge after ridge of beauty. Travel north to national parks to see exotic wildlife, including kangaroos, emus and large goanna lizards. Uluru , previously known as Ayers Rock, is an unbelievably massive red sandstone formation rising from flat plains near Alice Springs . Visit Adelaide for watersports on the Great Australian Bight. In Perth , look west to a sunset over the Indian Ocean.

Enjoy Australia’s friendly people, delightful wines and warm weather throughout the year. Ocean waters are warmest during the Southern Hemisphere summer, December through February.

Frequently asked questions

Q: Should I book a car while on holiday in Australia?
A: Unless you’re really into cars, public transportation or ride-sharing is probably the easiest and best way of getting around the buzzing streets of Sydney or Melbourne. With no pesky parking fees (or trips to the gas pump) to have to worry about, you’ll be able to check out the city’s popular sights with ease. If your aim is to hightail it out of town and take in the region of New South Wales or elsewhere, renting a vehicle is a terrific option. Browse our handy guide to Cheap Car Hire in Australia, book a set of wheels and get ready for the road trip of a lifetime.
Q: Which airports can I fly in to for a holiday to Australia?
A: International flights to Australia generally operate from one of these major airport terminals:
  • Sydney, NSW (SYD-Kingsford Smith Intl.): 2,971 international flights per month.
  • Melbourne, VIC (MEL-Tullamarine): 2,054 international flights per month.
  • Brisbane, QLD (BNE): 1,487 international flights per month.
Q: What are the most popular types of hotels for a holiday to Australia?
A: Some of the most popular types of accommodation in Australia include private holiday homes, motels and hotels. You might also like to book one of the apartments. You’ll have access to all of these property types on Expedia.
Q: What does an Australia holiday booking with Expedia include?
A: Flights, a sweet ride and a place to lay your head for the night — we’ve got them covered. All you need to do is figure out what you’d like. With Expedia, you can shape your getaway to Australia just how you like it, with extra attractions and experiences on offer to boot.
Q: What is the best way to save money on my holiday to Australia?
A: One of the simplest ways to save dollars is to bundle your bookings with Expedia. Flights, Hotels and Car Rentals can all be easily combined into a neat package — and by doing this, you’ll save precious time as well. Keep this in mind before you book.
Q: What are the best things to do in Australia?
A: A holiday that includes a stay in Sydney just wouldn’t be complete if you didn’t make time to see Sydney Opera House, Bondi Beach and Sydney Harbour Bridge. Or, if you’re spending time in Melbourne, many travellers make tracks for Crown Casino and Entertainment Complex, Melbourne Cricket Ground and St Kilda Beach. And finally, if you’re still looking for things to do in Australia, then it’s time to find out what Brisbane can offer. Top visitor attractions here include Queen Street Mall, Roma Street Parkland and Suncorp Stadium.