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    The tradition of honeymoons probably began during the Medieval ages when men snatched brides and took them to a secret hiding place away from their angry kins. There’s another Scandinavian tradition of newlyweds being fed mead during the first month of their marriage to improve their chances of conception. Modern-day romantic honeymoons are elaborate affairs with couples preparing for their dream vacation months in advance. At GT Holidays, we curate customized holidays that match your preferences and budget. Visit us if you are looking for Australia honeymoon packages.

    Why Visit Australia?

    Australia is one of the most popular tourist destinations for Indians. The weather is perfect if you’re visiting from India, with average temperatures ranging from 32ºC in summer to 14ºC in winter. Besides the beaches, there are plenty of other places to explore in the country, including islands, national parks, waterfalls, and mountains.

    Aussie life is laidback, and its people are friendly with their own brand of humor. Most Aussies are liberal thinkers with a passion for outdoor activities and adventure. If you love adventure, you must choose our Australian honeymoon packages that involve plenty of adrenaline-pumping activities like bungee jumping, skydiving, shark cage diving, and bridge climbing.

    Australia is home to some of the world’s most unique flora and fauna. In fact, over 80% of Australia’s plants, mammals, and reptiles are unique and found nowhere in the world. While we know some of the popular Australian animals like kangaroos, dingos, wombats, and platypuses, there are hundreds of rare species endemic to the continent. The country has over 500 national parks committed to protecting its plants and animals.

    Equally iconic is the country’s landscape. Besides barren deserts, the country has lush tropical forests and even alpine forests. The Great Barrier Reef is the world’s most extensive coral reef system that stretches over 133,000 sq miles and supports over 1,500 species of fish, including 134 species of sharks and rays.

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    Places to Visit in Australia

    Brisbane

    Brisbane is the capital city of Queensland and is loved for its pleasant weather and friendly people. The city offers various activities to suit every interest and budget. If you’re culturally inclined, don’t miss South Bank and Fortitude Valley. If hiking is your favorite activity, don’t miss the Mt Coot-tha summit trail and D’Aguilar National Park. Abseiling is a favorite activity among locals who abseil their way to Kangaroo Point Cliffs. And if you love nature and wildlife, don’t miss the Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary, the largest koala sanctuary in the world.

    Gold Coast

    Gold Coast is famous for its beaches, relaxed atmosphere, and adventure activities. Plenty of beaches are renowned for their powdery white sands and the best surfing waves. Some of the most popular ones include Duranbah, Rainbow Bay, Greenmount, and Surfers Paradise. If you’re an adrenaline junkie, remember to choose Australia honeymoon packages for couples that include ziplining, horse riding, and SkyPoint climbing. Not to mention the famous national parks – Springbrook, Lamington, and Tamborine. There are also plenty of theme parks, viz., Movie World, Wet ‘n’ Wild, and Dreamworld.

    Sydney

    Sydney is famous for its beaches, vibrant culture, beautiful parks, and world-famous buildings. From eclectic bars and restaurants and designer shops to theatre shows, there’s plenty of entertainment for everyone. If the iconic Bondi Beach is famous for its cosmopolitan vibes and surf scene, the Sydney Opera House is a UNESCO World Heritage site that attracts millions of tourists daily to watch ballets, operas, and dramas or dine in one of its fine dining restaurants. One of the most popular activities in Sydney is a Harbor cruise from Circular Quay for a glimpse across the city’s scenic places, including the Opera House, Harbor Bridge, and Fort Denison.

    Melbourne

    Melbourne is considered the country’s cultural capital, with numerous art centers, museums, theatres, and art galleries. From fashion shows and art festivals to music shows and jazz festivals, there’s something always going on in the city. It is also the sports capital attraction of millions of sports enthusiasts from around the world who come to witness the Australian Open, Boxing Day Test, Formula 1 Grand Prix, etc. If you’re a beach lover, don’t miss the St Kilda beach or the Dendy Street beach. There are also plenty of open-air markets, selling everything from trinkets and knickknacks to donuts and even handicrafts.

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    Cairns

    Cairns is a laidback city and home to iconic destinations like the Great Barrier Reef and the Cairns Esplanade. It is also home to the Daintree Rainforest, the world’s oldest tropical rainforest, considered to be over 10 million years old. The forest is the perfect place to spot endemic animals, including the Southern Cassowary and the Daintree River Ringtail Possum, and plants, including the Bull Kauri Tree, Idiot Tree, etc. You can dive underwater to experience marine life in the Great Barrier Reef, visit the submerged art gallery, or join forces with local conservationists as they protect the ecologically sensitive landmark. If you’re visiting Kuranda, don’t miss the Skyrail or a cruise along the Barron River.

    Perth

    Perth is Australia’s sunniest city and boasts over 19 beaches where you can spend the day snorkeling, surfing, or swimming. There are plenty of attractions for nature lovers, thanks to the city’s multiple parks and nature reserves. The Caversham Wildlife Park And Zoo is home to native animals like the kookaburra, short-beaked echidnas, koalas, wallabies, and potoroos. The Nambung National Park is perfect for abseiling, bird-watching, boating, bushwalking, canoeing, and kiteboarding. Or, you could take an Outback road trip to remote places like Kalgoorlie. Don’t miss the heritage tour to understand the indigenous culture and how they have survived for hundreds of years.

    Top Attractions Included in our Australia Honeymoon Packages

    Great Barrier Reef

    The Great Barrier Reef was established in 1975 to protect the fragile ecosystem, including over 3000 coral reefs and over 1600 marine animals, including sharks, dolphins, dugongs, turtles, and clams. You could take a day trip with a sightseeing flight or explore the reef with snorkeling, diving, and other activities.

    Uluru-Kata Tjata National Park

    The Ayers Rock, as it was formerly called, is one of the most photographed natural wonders of the world. This giant red monolith is a sacred site for the indigenous Anangu tribe and is believed to be over 550 million years old. Climbing Uluru is banned, but you can touch the rock during a base walk where a guide will explain its history and significance among the local population.

    Sydney Harbor Bridge

    The Harbor Bridge was completed in 1932 and is the largest steel arch bridge in the world. Nicknamed the Coathanger, the bridge is an architectural icon that rises over 134 meters above the harbor and spans 500 meters. You could walk on the bridge, take a guided tour to understand the bridge’s history and construction, or conquer your fear of heights by climbing to the top arch.

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    Blue Mountains National Park

    The Blue Mountains National Park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site that gets its name from the blue haze that covers the entire region when viewed from a distance. The park covers over 664,000 acres of land and is famous for its Aboriginal rock paintings, hiking trails, and gorges. You can explore the forests through a rail ride, take a cable car ride, or walk on the glass-floored scenic skyway. And of course, the Three Sisters rock formation that’s absolutely magical to watch at night when floodlights illuminate them.

    Sydney Opera House

    This iconic monument listed under the UNESCO World Heritage Site was built in 1973. The opera house hosts theatres, studios, fine dining restaurants, art exhibition rooms, and a cinema. The best way to appreciate its beauty is to take a cruise or ferry.

    Australia Honeymoon Package Costs

    Typically, a weeklong Australia honeymoon package costs from INR 60,000K to INR 3.5 lakhs, depending on the accommodation, activities, and package you choose. At GT Holidays, we specialize in creating Australia honeymoon packages that match your budget and travel style.

    Call us to learn how we create curated vacations for our clients and a breakdown of our Australia honeymoon package price.

    FAQs

    What is the best month to visit Australia for a honeymoon?
    September to November and March to May are the best time to visit Australia because the weather is neither too hot nor cold during these months.
    Which is the best time for an Australian honeymoon?
    Spring and autumn are the best seasons to visit Australia.
    How many days are enough for the Australia honeymoon package?
    This depends on your budget and the places you're planning to visit. But on average, six to ten days are enough for a brief Australian experience.
    Is Australia safe for honeymoon couples?
    Australians are friendly and love to meet new people. The country is very safe for tourists, even during the night.
    How can I reach Australia?
    Multiple flight operators are running direct flights from various Indian cities, including New Delhi and Bengaluru.
    How can I travel within Australia?
    Australia is well connected by plane with plenty of domestic airlines. But if you're on a budget, buy Greyhound passes to travel between the country's iconic attractions.
    What are the visa requirements for international travelers visiting Australia?
    Getting a tourist visa to Australia is pretty straightforward, but the country does not provide visas on arrival for Indians. You must apply for them before your visit. Thankfully, we help with the documentation.

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