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Australian Adventure

Arid desert. Lush rainforest. Sandy beaches. From Perth to Brisbane, the Land Down Under is an island continent brimming with scenic contrasts. Take in the magnificent coral and dazzling array of tropical fauna of the Great Barrier Reef, one of the great natural wonders of the world. Explore "Garden City" of Melbourne or Hunter Valley, the heart of Australia's wine country. Hit the waves of the Gold and Sunshine Coasts. Shred the slopes of the Australian Alps. Immerse yourselves in the indigenous cultures of the Outback, Tasmania or Kangaroo Island. Wherever you go in Australia, adventure awaits!

The Basics for Every Australia Adventure

Time Zone: EST, CST & WST (DST in South Australia)
Primary Language: English
Currency: Australian Dollars
Driving Requirements: Valid driver's license from your home country
Entry Requirements: Valid passport and visa
Best Times to Visit: May through October

Australia Honeymoons

Choose an all-inclusive Australia honeymoon package and enjoy the relaxation of a luxury honeymoon suite with relaxing spa treatments between daily excursions like diving along the Great Barrier Reef or hiking in the outback. Tasmania's wild yet picturesque scenery also shouldn't be missed if you're looking for a rugged adventure. Whatever your unique tastes happen to be, Australia's natural beauty and a wide array of activities will make your honeymoon an unforgettable getaway.

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Destination Weddings in Australia

If you're dreaming of a wedding under a rainforest canopy, on a palm-fringed tropical beach or surrounded by desert dunes, Australia is ideal. Make your ceremony stress-free with an all-inclusive wedding package, which includes a wedding coordinator. He or she will tend to things like the marriage license, bridal bouquet and wedding cake while you focus instead on enjoying every moment of your adventure.

Climate & Weather

Due to its size, the weather in Australia varies considerably. From the arid desert to the snowy mountains there's a climate for every type of adventure. Typically, everything north of the Tropic of Capricorn experiences more tropical weather. Specifically, a rainy and dry season. The southern half, on the other hand, will see everything from temperate to oceanic weather patterns. It's important to remember, too, that seasons in the Southern Hemisphere are reversed and your typical winter might be Australia's summer.

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