Anyone that has been watching the series of Coast Australia on BBC2 (Wednesday evenings at 21.10) will know that the coast of Australia has an enormous amount of attractions to offer every kind of visitor. With stunning scenery, fantastic wildlife and marine life, fascinating history and interesting science it is no wonder we’ve seen a great surge in interest from our customers.
The eight part series takes in the wild and almost untouched Kimberley region, iconic Sydney and it’s important history, the Great Barrier Reef and it’s many attractions, rugged Tasmania’s wildlife and penal colony history, the Gold and Sunshine Coasts with their beaches and laid back lifestyle, Victoria and the incredible scenery of the Great Ocean Road, Darwin and the Top End’s remote beauty, and finally the stunning Coral Coast of Western Australia.
Every one of the regions covered will make for a fantastic holiday – exploring just one area or if you have the time combining several. The key is to visit at the right time of year. For northern Queensland (Great Barrier Reef), Darwin and the Top End, for the Kimberleys, and for the Coral Coast of Western Australia, this means travelling between May and October as this is the dry season. For Tasmania and Victoria travelling between November and April is best, as this is when the weather is warmer. Sydney, the Gold and Sunshine Coasts are almost year-round destinations.
If you would like bespoke holiday itinerary ideas for Australia, please see our websitehttp://www.experienceholidays.co.uk/index.asp?pgid=250 where there is plenty of inspiration, call our office on 01323 446550 to talk to us, or email us at email@example.com.