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Australia Holidays

At Freedom Destinations, we’ve been designing incredible holidays to Australia for over 20 years. Simply tell us where you would like to go and what you would like to see and we’ll put everything in place for you. We offer:

  • Expert Knowledge – all of our consultants have lived or travelled in Australia
  • More Choice – a wide range of motorhomes, self drives, tours, hotels and more
  • Great Value – we buy directly from suppliers to ensure you get the best price
  • Free Planning Service – a personal Travel Consultant to help plan your trip

So whether you’re looking to explore the outback, snorkel on the Great Barrier Reef or take in the sights of Sydney, we’re here to help.

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Ways To Explore Australia

Choose one of our expertly designed itineraries or create your own, combining different activities, experiences and ways to travel.

Popular Australia Holidays

A few of our customers' favourite Australia holidays. You can book these as they are or change any part to suit your plans.

Ubud, Bali

Australia, Singapore & Bali

Singapore | Perth | Sydney | Bali

Holiday Idea 21 days from £1445
Sydney Harbour Bridge

Australia East to West

Sydney | Melbourne | Adelaide | Perth | Rottnest Island

Holiday Idea 16 days from £1145
Uluru (Ayers Rock)

Sydney, Rock & Reef

Sydney | Uluru | Cairns

Holiday Idea 13 days from £749
Maui, Queensland

East Coast Motorhome Adventure

Sydney | Brisbane | Noosa | Hervey Bay | Airlie Beach | Townsville | Mission Beach | Cairns

Motorhome Holiday 21 days from £935
Little Beach, Albany

West is Best

Perth | Margaret River | Mandurah

Holiday Idea 13 days from £895
Indian Pacific

Ocean to Ocean by Rail

Perth | Adelaide | Kangaroo Island | Sydney

Holiday Idea 21 days from £3099

More Australia Holiday Ideas

Expertly planned itineraries, visiting Australia's highlights and hidden gems. Just decide how long to stay!

Where to Stay in Australia

From the reef to the Red Centre, Blue Mountains to Bondi Beach, choose where you would like to visit and browse our accommodation options.

Further Afield

Make the most of your flight to Australia with a stopover in Asia or America or time in New Zealand or the South Pacific.

What Our Clients Say

From my initial booking to sending me a full itinerary tickets, vouchers and everything I needed for our trip of a lifetime, Freedom Destinations were excellent. Hotels used were superb and I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend or use them again.

Brian Emment

Every day I was away, things just simply got better. Day one was perfect, day two more so, day three heaven on earth! I found it really hard to leave. Your staff truly did a beautiful job. Excellent flights, transfers, accommodation, in fact, all!

Tim Cullen

Literally took all of the stress out of organising a holiday! We had the most memorable three weeks in Australia, truly the holiday of a lifetime! I have been and will continue to recommend Freedom Destinations to my friends and family.

Romy Durband

Very helpful and knowledgeable service. All arrangements went without a hitch resulting in a stress-free holiday. Would certainly use the company again, and recommend to our family and friends.

Mike and Miriam Gaston


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Australia Holidays

The secret of a great holiday to Australia is good planning, such as flying into one city and out of another, travelling by motorhome or escorted tour to enjoy the journey as much as the destination, or adding a stopover to Australia in Dubai or South East Asia to make the most of your flight to the other side of the world.

At FREEDOM, we can help you do all of this and more.

Australia’s Icons

Whether it’s your first visit or you’re returning to continue your adventure, Australia’s iconic natural wonders and world famous icons never lose their allure. Sydney truly is a beautiful city, with a different stunning view of the harbour, opera house and bridge around almost every corner.

Covering an area larger than the United Kingdom, the Great Barrier Reef extends 2,300 kilometres along Australia’s north east coast. Most people visit the reef from Cairns, on a Great Barrier Reef Cruise. If you would like to wake up to tropical waters gently lapping outside your window however, you can stay on the Whitsunday Islands, Hamilton Island or Green Island, amongst others.

Uluru, or Ayers Rock, sits in the heart of the Australian Outback. For the energetic, it’s a 10.6 km, flat walk around the base of the 600 million year old monolith. For those just happy with an unforgettable view, visiting at Ayers Rock at sunrise or sunset is particularly recommended. A 45 minute drive from Uluru you’ll reach Kata Tjuṯa, or the Olgas, another out of this world giant rock formation.

Towns & Cities

Like Sydney, Australia’s other main cities, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth, offer their own mix of modern architecture, historic colonial buildings and tree shaded open spaces. Al fresco dining is popular, taking advantage of the warm climate, and high quality restaurants can be found in every city, with local seafood and Australian wine often on the menu.

Cities are clean and easy to get around, by foot, public transport or hire car. In Melbourne, the traditional City Circle Tram line stops at many of the main tourist attractions. In Sydney, a ride on the ferries that criss-cross the harbour is a must.

Australia’s smaller country towns and laid back beach resorts offer a friendly welcome to travellers. In Queensland, coffee culture has been truly embraced, though there can’t be many better ways to start the day than sitting in the morning sun, listening to the waves meet the shore, with a flat white in hand.

Natural Wonder

The sheer diversity of natural environments across Australia is amazing.

As well as Uluru and the awe-inspiring Red Centre, the Northern Territory boasts some of the country’s most impressive nature reserves. These include Kakadu National Park, a landscape of rocky escarpments and waterfalls that is home to saltwater crocodiles and flatback turtles, and Litchfield National Park with its ancient gorges and iconic termite mounds.

In North Queensland the Daintree Rainforest covers 1,200 square kilometres, in parts growing right down to the edge where the land meets the sea and the Great Barrier Reef. In South Queensland is Fraser Island, which at 1,840 square kilometres is thought to be the largest sand island in the world.

Around 50 km north west of Sydney in the State of New South Wales, is the Blue Mountains National Park. There is a range of walking trails throughout the park, making it a popular day out for Sydneysiders. If you visit, ensure to stop at Echo Point for a view of the imposing Three Sisters rock formation, that stands above the forested valley and is illuminated in the evening.

Wine & Wildlife

The South East has a particularly good climate for wine grapes, and you’ll find picturesque vineyards throughout. Wines regions to note include the Hunter Valley in New South Wales, Yarra Valley in Victoria and Barossa Vally in South Australia.

Accessible from Adelaide, Kangaroo Island sits off Australia’s South Coast. You’re bound to meet its namesake, but could also spot koalas, sea lions and penguins. Continuing past Adelaide and the further round ‘The Bight’ are some of the country’s most unusual features, bright pink salt lakes.

Into Western Australia, which is larger than Western Europe, time in Margaret River is well spent. Three hours south of Perth, the region boasts a little bit of everything; pristine beaches, nature reserves, wineries and welcoming towns with characterful pubs and restaurants and boutique shopping.

Off the coast from Perth is Rottnest Island, home of the selfie-loving quokka, and less than three hours north of the state capital is another quiet unique Aussie landscape, thousands of limestone pillars, known as the Pinnacles, emerging from a sandy desert.

Circumventing Australia, you’ll find incredible beaches everywhere. There are over 10,000 in fact, meaning you’re guaranteed a little space to your self, where you can lay back and soak in the wonder of this amazing country.

Getting Around

There are frequent internal flights between Sydney and Melbourne and all the main cities, as well as regular flights to other towns and regions. Don’t think flying is the only option however, a road trip or rail journey can really add to your adventure.

One way car and motorhome hire is available, letting you explore further. Include a drive along the Great Ocean Road in Victoria to see the Twelve Apostles or journey from Sydney to Brisbane on the Pacific Highway.

At FREEDOM, our range of self drive itineraries include car hire, hotels, route map and guidance, meaning you can turn up and hit the road! And if you would like to take a detour or plan your own route, our Travel Consultants can help advise on driving times and accommodation options.

If you like to travel in the company of others, consider an escorted tour or rail journey. Tours are led by experienced guides and include luxury coach travel and quality hotels and dining.

Australia has two of the greatest rail journeys in the world, The Ghan and Indian Pacific. The service onboard is second to none and the landscapes that unfold outside your window simply breathtaking.

As tailor made specialists, with FREEDOM you can mix and match. Travel from Perth to Sydney by train for example, before hiring a car to explore the local area or flying to Cairns for a tropical escape.

Stopovers To Australia

The flight to Australia offers a great opportunity to experience another country without the cost of another plane ticket.

Singapore offers an amazing combination of Asian and Western cultural influences. In Bangkok you’ll find golden temples and palaces, bustling markets and mouth-watering cuisine. Dubai appears to emerge from the desert, glistening skyscrapers surrounded by enchanting dunes. Kuala Lumpur, Hong Kong, Tokyo and Los Angeles are other popular stopover destinations.

If you are restricted by time, there is also a direct flight from London to Perth however (with a London to Sydney flight potentially being added in the future).

Australia Holidays 2022 & 2023

At Freedom Destinations, we have been creating tailor made Australian holidays for over 20 years, so whether you are looking to travel in 2022 or 2023, you are in expert hands.

Our experienced team have all lived or travelled Down Under and are certified Aussie Specialists with Tourism Australia. They would be pleased to share their recommendations and travel advice and design an unforgettable holiday to Australia, just for you.

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