Australia Flights and Holiday Guide

Our Australia holiday guide will help you get the most out of your time down under. 

Australia lies in the Oceania region of the southern hemisphere, surrounded by water on all sides. Its sheer size means it has a vast array of climates & habitats from arid deserts to rain forests and some of the most stunning beaches in the world. It is estimated that if you were to visit one beach in Australia every day, it would take over 25 years to visit them all.

Flights to Australia

We can save you up to 50% off your next flight to Australia.  With great deals on first class, premium economy, economy and business class flights to Australia our travel team can ensure you will spend less on travel to this fabulous country.   We are able to bring you the lowest price first & business class flights to Australia from the UK by utilising our state of the art travel technology and the tenacity of our booking team who negotiate the very best deals with leading airlines such as British Airways, Emirates and Etihad. We can also book complex itineraries as well as providing industry leading rates on hotels & transfers so you can enjoy a tour, holiday or business trip with all the finer details taken care of. So if you are looking for flights to Australia, get in touch now and see how much we can save you.  The best fares are rarely released online so save yourself time and effort comparing flight deals and get in touch with our experienced team who are adept at sourcing the cheapest business class flights to Australia from the UK.  Don’t forget, we are ATOL protected so you have 100% financial protection wen booking with us.

Get acquainted with Australia

Often referred as “The land of the Long White Cloud”, Australia is so big, that it will take a lifetime to explore this country. This place is a beautiful  amalgamation of mountains, deserts, reefs, forests, beaches and multicultural cities.
Australia is the sixth largest country in the world comprising of six states – New South Wales (Sydney and Canberra); Queensland (Brisbane); South Australia (Adelaide); Tasmania (Hobart); Victoria (Melbourne) & Western Australia (Perth)
The cities of Perth, Melbourne, and Sydney are scenic and thriving melting pots. The most-populous states are Victoria and New South Wales, but by far the largest in land area is Western Australia.

The seasons in Australia are exactly opposite from North America and Europe due to its positioning in southern hemisphere. Spring lasts from September to November whereas summer spans from December to February. The summer season comprises of longer daylight hours and warm to hot conditions depending on the part of the country you are in.

List of best cities in Australia

If you are planning a holiday in Australia you are likely to visit one of the great cities. 

New South Wales and Australian Capital Territory (Canberra): The most populous state of Australia with beach side communities, mountain ranges of the Blue Mountains and Snowy Mountains. The city modifies itself by turning into sweeping plains to agricultural land to desert, the further inland you venture.
Northern territory: This city is strikingly beautiful and ranges from red deserts neighboring Uluru and Alice Springs up to the tropics of Darwin and Kakadu National Park.
Queensland: celebrated for its bright weather, this city trots out the ambiance of the Gold Coast and the Great Barrier Reef. It also contains tropical rainforests of the Daintree National Park, and the island resorts of the Whitsundays.
South Australia: this city offers you Flinders Ranges, fine wine of the Barossa Valley, wildlife of Kangaroo Island and many more
Tasmania: occupied with rugged beauty of Cradle Mountain along with beaches and historic sites, Tasmania offers a complete package of travelling goals
Victoria: Dramatic surf beaches, green rolling farmland and photogenic national parks are the highlights of this city while Australia and Victoria’s sporting, shopping, fashion and food capital is Melbourne.
Western Australia: Mostly surrounded by wildflower, wine growing and scenic destinations of Margaret River and Albany. The city is huge, therefore national parks, roadhouses and small townships are dispersed in long distance.

The most favorable destinations of Australia


“Do not miss” scenery

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    Samurai Beach bungalows in New South Wales

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    Bondi Beach in Sydney

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    The Royal Botanic Gardens in Melbourne

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    Sydney Opera House

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    St. Kilda Foreshore in Melbourne

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    The Stirling Hotel

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    Australian Centre for the Moving Image

Things to cover on your trip to Australia

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    Spending the night at IKEA

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    Swimming with the crocodiles

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    Oceanic cruise

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    Spending time with kangaroos and Kuala bear

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    Digging into Great Barrier Reef

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    Hitting the road, esp. 12 hour drive down from the coastal Pacific Highway linking Sydney to Brisbane


Experience the most exotic Food and wine culture

With numerous pubs and cafes along the route it’s a great way to meet the locals known for their warm Aussie charm. Australia is well-known for its multicultural fusion of European techniques and fresh Pacific-rim ingredients. Further, you can enjoy distinguished seafood along with a beer in hand. If you are not interested in beer, then you can try Australian wines, which are world-beaters.

Sneak peek into the life of Australia

The capital of each of the states, Adelaide, Brisbane, Melbourne, Perth and Sydney all offer the look and feel of any major Cosmopolitan city around the globe with world class restaurants, entertainment and attractions to keep you busy yet has their very own unique charm and characteristics. As most of the cities are along the coast, they actually have lots of fun. For example, Sydney is a glamorous collusion of beaches, boutiques and bars while Melbourne is all arts, alleyways and Aussie Rules football. You can have the experience of your lifetime on holiday in Australia.
Things to know

Best time to visit

The best time to visit northern Australia is in between April and August when airfares are lower and the weather is decent along the Great Barrier Reef. The southern states of Australia can be visited during the warm summer months of January and February but have to struggle with high concentration of tourists.

Transportation and currency

Buses, trains and ferries operate in most Australian cities and run on a strict timetable but to cover Australia, you should either consider an air pass or a cruise.

Flights to Australia

We source the best value flights to Australia from the UK including business class deals, first class offers and premium economy bargains for budget concious travellers.  However you plan to travel we will have a deal for you in 2019.

Business Class Flights to Australia

We specialise in premium cabins and can source the best value business class flights to Australia from London and other cities in the UK.  Using our innovative travel technology and the expertise of our travel team we can save you up to 50% off published fares when you choose business class flights to Australia.  We have built excellent relationships with the leading airlines so are able to get the lowest cost business class flights to Australia which are rarely published online.   We have built a reputation for outstanding service and have achieved a gold trusted service rating on Feefo so get in touch and see how much you can save booking business class to Australia with The Savvy Flyer.

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