What kind of holiday are you searching for this year?

If you’ve already decided that you’d love to visit Australia, but not so sure about where exactly, our handy guide may help you narrow down your decision. Below, we’ve listed Australia’s top destinations to suit the needs of every traveller.

Best beach holiday – Patonga, New South Wales

Renowned for its old-fashioned flair, riverside fun and almost car-free streets, sleepy Patonga makes for the ideal beach holiday, thanks to its quirky yet tranquil vibe. Travellers to Patonga enjoy strolling along the peaceful streets, where hardly any cars pass by.

Aside from ultra-safe roads, this beautiful village offers gorgeous scenic walks; kids can stay and play on the grass whilst feeding the pelicans, which you can settle back and devour Australia’s glorious sunshine.

Best island holiday – Rottnest Island, Western Australia

For those in search of a getaway that comprises pristine beaches, wildlife and the great outdoors then you’re certainly in the right place. Situated just 18km off the coast of Perth, which can be reached by a lovely 25 minute ferry ride, Rottnest Island leaves visitors spoilt for choice on the beach front, boasting 63 white sandy stretches and a further 20 bays to choose from.

What’s more, cars aren’t allowed on the island, which means the only way to enjoy Rottnest Island’s beautiful scenery is to do it via foot or bike – You’ve got to love an island break that is good to your waistline too!

Best adventure holiday – Australian Capital Territory

Home to Australia’s biggest campsite, ACT is Australia’s best kids’ outdoor adventure playground. Enjoy a spot of horse riding before settling down at a swanky restaurant whilst the kids enjoy Rock Rats kids’ rock climbing club at Canberra Indoor Rock Climbing centre. There are also holiday archery lessons and dirt bike weekends.

When you’re all ‘adventured’ out, why not take a trip to the National Gallery?

Best wildlife holiday – Kangaroo Island, South Australia

Allow yourself to be wowed by the wildlife on Kangaroo Island, a stunning island teeming with sea lions, koalas, goannas, echidnas, brushtail possums, swamp rates and bandicoots, along with six different species of frog and bat.

The beaches on Kangaroo Island are also divine, with Vivonne Bay declared Australia’s top beach by Sydney University when rates on cleanliness and water clarity. There is also the Western Kangaroo Island Caravan Park here, where campers can stay on Vivonne Bay campground for just $5 per person.

Have your sorted your Australia Visa?

Before you may your way down under, don’t forget to apply for your Australian Visa, otherwise you’ll be refused entry into Australia! If you’re simply visiting Australia for tourist purposes (like going on holiday) then you’ll need an ETA tourist visa. Apply online for your today with Visas4oz, who are authorized by the Australian Government.

Fancy staying longer?

Visas4oz also offer Long Stay Tourist visas for those who wish to stay in Australia for more than three months. Visit our Australia Visa page for more information.

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