Australian Outdoor Activities

12-04-2018| by Grant Charlesworth

For a small population, Australians compete extraordinarily well in a range of different international sports. Swimming, Surfing, Soccer, Cricket and Hockey just to name a few. One of the reasons for this, apart from being brought up on Vegemite, is the fact that as Australians, we can spend a lot of time outside. Our long hot summers and relatively mild winters allow us to take full advantage of an outdoor lifestyle. If you are travelling to Australia you may like to partake in some outdoor activities with locals. These outdoor activities may change depending on what State or Territory you are in and even what time of the year it is. For example you wouldn't find a game of rugby being played in Adelaide in January. But you may find a game of AFL to watch in June. So strap on your budgie smugglers and stand by for my Top 5 Australian Outdoor Activities.

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Australia has so many amazing experiences to immerse yourself in that our incredible Arts scene is sometimes overlooked. The diversity and range of galleries and exhibitions throughout Australia is incredible and world class. Here are some suggestions for you to consider when you are next travelling to Australia.    

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Some would argue that golf ruins a perfectly good walk. Others not so much as fanatical golfers flock to Australia in seek of the perfect round. Australia, amongst its other delights features some of the best courses known to mankind. No need to worry about sharing the course with hundreds of other golfers as per capita, Australia has the highest amount of courses in the Southern hemisphere and Tasmania has the highest in the world. Impressive stuff alright. 

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Why you should include Cairns in your Australian Vacation

Cairns is a great destination to visit anytime of the year. Summers can be very hot and humid but winters are almost a perfect time to be there with mild days and cooler nights. There are so many things to do in Cairns and we have listed a few for you below. 

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The Top 5 Sydney Bars

12-02-2018| by Grant Charlesworth

There are so many things to do in Australia and if exploring our fabulous local bars is one of your priorities then Sydney has its fair share of traditional Australian pubs, particularly dotted down George Street in The Rocks. The Bar scene in Sydney is changing however and the city is now dominated by speakeasy whiskey bars and Ale Houses. Enjoy small intimate gatherings of like minded people at "blink and you will miss the entrance" hole in the walls. Here are some of my favourite Sydney watering holes that you can include on your next vacation to Australia.

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Things to do in Sydney: Barangaroo Uncovered

25-01-2018| by Elise Charlesworth

The recently opened precinct of Barangaroo is quickly becoming a must do as part of your Australia Private Tour. Located on the eastern shores of Darling Harbour in Sydney, the area has been restored from a disused industrial site, to now house magnificent parklands, modern restaurants as well as a vibrant cafe and street culture. If you are visiting Sydney, luxury travel companies like Australian Luxury Escapes can arrange a wonderful few hours, half a day or a full day to truely experience the best that Barangaroo has to offer. Here are some of my top picks. 

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Australian Open 2018: Where to view the matches

10-01-2018| by Grant Charlesworth

Nothing quite announces the arrival of Summer each year in Australia like the Australian Open. (And cricket, swimming at the beach, Mangoes, Cherrys and the hum of Cicada's). In January, thousands head to the iconic Rod Laver Arena in Melbourne to watch the superstars of tennis, battle it out on the Rebound Ace surface in the fierce summer heat.

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Looking for that special Christmas light experience this December while travelling? Well then you have come to the right destination.  Australian cities and regional towns have been following that other great North American tradition (along with Halloween) of Christmas Light displays for many years. 

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22-11-2017| by Grant Charlesworth

Hobart, the capital of the Apple Isle, has long been held as Australia's (yes it is part of Australia) exotic terminus. Often mis understood it is also highly under rated as a luxury Australian vacation destination. But I am hear to tell you nothing could be further from the truth. Tasmania is the size of Ireland but only has a population of just over half a million, compared to Irelands 4.5 million occupents. That alone should tell you a little bit about this most Southern State. Here are some great experiences to incorporate into your private Hobart tours. 

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Australian Private Tours: THE MUST DO'S

10-10-2017| by Grant Charlesworth

Feeling overwhelmed with choice whilst planning your luxury Australian vacation? We have broken down the must do's and everything in between to make the most of your vacation to Australia!

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