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Australian School Holidays Ideas

Are you looking for somewhere to get away with your family and / or friends for the school holidays?

Here you will find a good variety of some of Australia's favorite holiday destinations for you to explore and enjoy

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Sunshine Coast
Sunshine Coast, QLD.

The Sunshine Coast is an interesting destination for either a weekend getaway or month long family holiday, with a tremendous amount of destinations enjoy, including Noosa Heads, Mooloolaba, Maroochydore, Coolum Beach, Mudjimba, Caloundra, Fraser Island and the beautiful hinterland region of Maleny & Glasshouse Mountains

Gold Coast
Gold Coast, QLD.

Famous for its sunny subtropical climate, a sweeping 70km coastline offers a stretch of patrolled surf beaches that are among the best in the world, extensive waterway and canal systems, a peaceful rainforest hinterland in the west of the city, active nightlife and its wide variety of tourist attractions.

Byron Bay
Byron Bay, NSW.

Located on the northern end of New South Wales, on the Holiday Coast, Byron Bay is a unique beach that makes you feel like you have just been massaged - it is so relaxing. Byron Bay is loaded with attractions for families and young travellers. Perfect waves for surfers, rain forest walks, the most easterly point lighthouse at Cape Byron.

Barossa Valley
Barossa Valley, SA. Australia

The Barossa Valley is one of Australia's major destinations, being known all over the world for its quality wines. A home to many major wine producers this area produces over half of the countries wine.

Kakadu NP, NT. Australia

It is Australia's largest national park, but it isn't just the size that astounds visitors - it is the sense of something very old and grand. Creation of the 500 km escarpment began 2,000 million years ago, when layers of sandstone built up a plateau to later be carved into an escarpment and scoured by gorges.

Port Douglas
Port Douglas, QLD. Australia

Port Douglas has plenty to offer as a holiday destination with two world heritage areas including the Great Barrier Reef and the spectacular Daintree Rainforest and Cape Tribulation National Park.

Cable Beach
Cable Beach, WA. Australia

Cable Beach Resort, which fronts onto the beach, is a popular tourist destination. With its 22km of pristine white sands fringing the turquoise waters of the Indian Ocean it makes an enjoyable and relaxing holiday destination.

Flinders Ranges
Flinders Ranges, SA. Australia

Covering over 70% of South Australia is the famously beautiful Flinders Ranges. Colourful landscapes, gorges and waterholes to explore. There are many sacred Aboriginal sites with beautiful rock art. This is real "Outback Australia"

Hunter Valley
Hunter Valley, NSW. Australia

The Hunter Region is the finest wine region of New South Wales.  The Hunter Valley's fertile river flats and its close proximity to the first colony at Sydney Cove led to its development as an agricultural region in the early 1800’s.

Hamilton Island
Hamilton Island, QLD. Australia

Hamilton is the only Queensland Island with a modern jet airport. The island is a popular tourist destination and offers an abundance of sights and activities.

Lord Howe Island
Lord Howe Island, NSW. Australia

The Lord Howe Group of Islands comprises a series of seven-million year old volcanic formations, and lies in subtropical waters off the northern New South Wales coast. Because of its isolation and absence of humans until recent times, Lord Howe has a unique natural history.


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