Travel Australia at a relaxed pace and see the country through the eyes of the locals. We recommend spending a minimum of two to three nights at each place. By doing this, you can really experience and get to know each location. Instead of blasting past all of the ‘highlights’ and returning home exhausted. This suits the children more too.
Each place is unique with its own charm and characteristics. Discover the local treasures. Meet the locals and explore the corners away from the mainstream. Take your time and absorb the culture and lifestyle of the Aussies. How long do you need in Australia? Well, how much time do you have? And what would you like to see and do?
We recommend a minimum of three weeks to truly experience Australia. And at a relaxed pace, you can visit a couple of regions in that amount of time. Take it slow and see more. Our favourite regions to visit in three weeks are North Queensland and the route between Melbourne and Adelaide.
Both locations have short driving distances between each accommodation. And each region has a galore of local attractions, natural beauty and hidden gems to explore. Spend less time driving and more time discovering Australia. We would love to talk with you more about the possibilities of a three week holiday in Australia.
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"I would recommend at least 3 - 4 weeks to get a good impression of a selected part of the country."Sylvia, Travel specialist
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