If your plan is to travel around Australia you need to do your research and find the right accommodation and tours to fit your budget and expectations. The links you follow on our site will help you to plan your travel, no matter whether it is your holiday, conference, wedding, event or accommodation. We’ll also give you some great suggestions and links to follow so you can find the best restaurants and shopping locations.
Travel Insurance is a must also. Hopefully you’ll never need it, but there’s nothing worse than being uninsured if you have problems when you are a long way from home.
There are many more ways to travel Australia than simply staying in hotels. There are holiday rentals that offer fabulous properties in awesome locations for reasonable rates. Bed and breakfast establishments range from very five star to more basic styles and so offer myriad choices. You can stay on a working property or revel in luxurious glamping like the Huts at Kimo Estate in the countryside, learn about aboriginal culture, participate in any number of (soft) adventure trips, enjoy the magnificent natural wonders or snorkel the Great Barrier Reef? Australia has a wonderful choice of Micro- Cruises… Small ships… Big trips! Whatever is your fancy we are here to assist you to plan your ideal trip.
View the many different Australian travel options on this site. After you have done your research you can use the links on each page to go directly to the products to book with them. Direct bookings often come with extra perks and the money goes to the people who are giving you the service.
The awesome diversity and beauty of Australia. When you see it you will agree – there’s nothing like Australia. While the advertising is fabulous, there’s nothing like being here, so come on – make a booking and see Australia for yourself.
There is also much more to Australia than just seeing it – you need to experience it. Check out our “things to do” pages for great activity ideas from learning to surf and stand up paddle or taking a cooking class at the famous Sydney Seafood markets.
Other experiences are swimming in Sydney Harbour, snorkelling on the Great Barrier Reef, sailing around Rottnest Island off the coast of Perth, Cycling around the Lake Burley Griffin in Canberra, driving on the beach in South Australia, the three capes Walk in Tasmania, and Kayaking through Katherine Gorge. The list is endless and many Australians are now discovering this for themselves in the wake of the worldwide travel restrictions.
Australia is a multicultural society and we have over 1 million Chinese residents who live and work here. These residents and students are big drivers of tourism and so they form a valuable part of our tourism mix. Tourism operators who want to attract this market should contact us so we can show you how simple (and free) it is to welcome them to your place. This includes retailers and restaurants as well as hotels and tour companies. Before our borders closed with Covid 19, Chinese tourists represented 20% of our overseas visitors and were the biggest spenders.
With the borders now open to international tourists, they will slowly return as research suggests we’re still high on their bucket lists, however don’t discount our resident population. They love Australia and they love to travel and share with relatives back home. Students are a key driver of Chinese tourism and they are returning to our universities and colleges in good numbers.
Be prepared and gather this lucrative market.
If you wish to accept CONTACTLESS payments from your Australian guests, as well as WeChat Pay & Alipay from our Chinese residents and tourists – please contact us.
It’s free to setup and will market you inside over a Billion phones.