2024 & 2025 Australia Holidays
Discover idyllic islands, rugged outback, tropical rainforest and more on an unforgettable holiday to Australia.
At FREEDOM we’ve been designing tailor made adventures to this amazing country for the past twenty years, and we’d love to use our expert knowledge to help you plan your 2024 or 2025 Australia holiday.
Where are the best places to go in Australia?
Due to the sheer size (it’s the sixth largest country in the world!) and diversity of Australia, careful planning is key to making the most of your holiday Down Under.
For starters, our team of Aussie Specialists have picked out a few essentials ‘to do’s’ in each of Australia’s incredible states:
- Sydney & New South Wales
Explore Australia’s most iconic city and miles of beautiful coastline dotted with charming towns like funky Byron Bay and family friendly Port Stephens.
Visit the state capital, Brisbane, the glitzy Gold Coast and stunning Nature Coast in South Queensland, then head to Cairns and North Queensland, where the rainforest meets the Great Barrier Reef.
- Perth & Western Australia
Take the new direct flight to Australia, to get from London to Perth in just 17 hours. A fabulous city, it’s the gateway to a state of contrasts from the hidden beaches, rugged coastline and vineyards of the South West to the natural coral reefs, gorges and canyons in the outback and along the Coral Coast.
- Northern Territory
Experience a taste of Australian Outback with a trip to the Northern Territory. This rugged region is the home of Uluru (Ayers Rock), perhaps Australia’s most famous landmarks.
When is the best time to visit Australia?
Truly, there is no bad time to visit Australia! The seasons are opposite of those in the Northern Hemisphere, meaning it is summer between December and February, perfect for some winter sun.
Australia’s spring months, September to November, offer warm, sunny days coupled with cooler nights, and are a great time to see the emerging wildlife.
Between March and May the country bursts into a symphony of reds, oranges and yellows, announcing the arrival of autumn. For wildlife lovers, this is the time to see turtles hatching on the Southern Great Barrier Reef.
The winter months, from June to August, are a popular time to visit Darwin and the Top End, when it is least humid and evenings are cooler. It’s also a great time spot migrating whales on the East Coast.
How long do you need for an Australia holiday?
Most people visit Australia for between two and four weeks. To make the most of your flight, you can add a stopover in Singapore, to explore the Gardens by the Bay, or stop in Dubai, to ascend the Burj Khalifa or venture into the desert in a 4×4.
Likewise, travelling to Australia is a great opportunity to visit New Zealand or treat to yourself to a little tropical relaxation in Fiji or the Cook Islands. At FREEDOM, we specialise in tailor made holidays, so wherever you would like to go we can help.
How do I plan an Australia holiday?
Our Australia holiday ideas are a great place to start; a variety of itineraries carefully created by our team of well-travelled consultants.
You can book these holidays as they are, or speak with one of our Experts who will be pleased to design a tailor made Australia holiday, just for you.
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