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Tourism in Australia 2022


Are you thinking of coming to Australia? Well, grab a pen and paper and take note of these tips for traveling to Australia, they will come in handy and may even get you out of trouble at any given moment!

Be very careful with excess baggage, every extra kilo costs an arm and a leg… and think that you will want to bring a lot of things back. We leave you this article that will help you to prepare your suitcase for Australia.

Australian customs is quite strict and there are many things you can’t bring back with you. For example, you may not be able to bring in the medication you are taking without a doctor’s note. So, take a look at this article about bringing medication into Australia.

Always keep it in mind, because at first it is strange and the natural thing is that you will drive as you drive in your country as a reflex… but no! Here are some tips for you to get the hang of it quickly.

Watch out for kangaroos, wombats and other animals because they cause quite a few accidents when they cross the roads. It is not a good idea to drive on secondary roads in poor light, to the point that there are some areas where insurance does not even cover accidents in time slots such as dusk and dusk.

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We want to start this travel guide showing you the map of Australia so you can easily locate where are the places you want to visit and you can organize your route through Australia more easily.

Although some of the main cities of the country are indispensable in any trip around Australia, it is important to keep in mind that Down Under (term with which Australia is known) is primarily a country of landscapes and nature.

In Australia there are many other national parks that are spectacular, if you have the opportunity to spend some time in Australia we recommend that you dedicate some breaks to see the nature of the country and discover the breathtaking landscapes of Australia because they have no waste.

West Coast of AustraliaThe west coast of Australia is much wilder, is less populated and has a little more complicated logistics to organize a trip, which makes it much more interesting.

This is our selection of places to go in Australia, we have listed some of the tourist areas of Australia and other places to visit in Australia less known but also spectacular.

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Requirements and visas to enter AustraliaThere are different types of visas you can apply for, including tourist visas, work visas and vacation visas at your nearest Australian embassy or consulate. You can also apply for certain types of visas at this visa websiteVaccinations required to go to Australia

Mandatory vaccinations: Yellow Fever (if coming from an endemic country).Generally recommended vaccinations: Tetanus-diphtheria/Tetanus-diphtheria-pertussis, Triple Viral.Vaccinations recommended in special situations: Japanese Encephalitis (Torres Strait, North), Hepatitis B, Influenza, Pneumococcal.We recommend you visit the website in its Australia section for complete and updated information.

SydneyThe city of Sydney is the most representative of Australia and gateway to the continent. Its icon is Opera that you can visit all its interior and the Harbour Bridge of 500 meters long that can be climbed.  Great Barrier ReefCairns is the best starting point to visit the largest coral reef in the world, with more than 2000 kilometers of extension.    World Heritage Site and natural wonder that can be seen from space. Interesting snorkeling and flying over the coral reef in a light aircraft.Whitsunday Islands.74 paradisiacal islands gathered in a National Park that is part of the Great Barrier Reef. The Lonely Planet places its Whitehaven beach as the second best beach in the world after Grace Bay in Turks and CaicosTropical forest DaintreeThe oldest tropical forest in the world. World Heritage Site, located two hours north of Cairns.

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To see the details of each day, you must access the Detailed Route. It includes daily visit planning, how to get to each site, authentic restaurants and all the itineraries geolocated on your mobile.

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