One of Australia’s main attractions, aside from the wildlife, diverse, exciting cities and the surf dudes and dudettes, is the climate. Brits may have the perception that Aussies enjoy year round sunshine, and this is indeed true of some regions but you may be surprised to learn that in Australia, as well as basking on sandy beaches, you can go skiing and trek through tropical rainforests! The reasons many of… read the rest of “Great Outdoor Toys Suited to the Australian Climate”
We have come up with what we think is the perfect Aussie holiday. Other travel companies will offer barmy prices for a 2 week holiday in Australia, when infact the itinerary includes flights and a few nights in each major city. What’s the point! Why would you fly 24 hours to see cities, of which many are not worth… read the rest of “The best alternative Australian Holiday”
Good offers come and go and then once in a while we really work super hard and manage to get a real corker.
There is no better way to see Australia than with a guide being driven around whilst you look at all there is to see. We have sold many escorted tours and are proud to be on… read the rest of “Our best offer this year bar none. EXCLUSIVE”
For the masses, seeing Uluru, Kings Canyon and Kata Tjuta are fleeting experiences on the tick box of an Australian holiday. Sure, its better than not seeing them at all and certainly you would kick yourself if you didn’t. Imagine going to Paris and not seeing the Eiffel Tower.
But we at Australian Sky invite you to take our… read the rest of “The back end of the Red Centre. ”
The Budget Airline – Tiger Airlines has announced that they will no longer be performing flights from Queensland to Adelaide after it was earlier revealed that the airway safety rules had been breached!
One of the Tiger aircraft flew with passengers on board with a faulty wing a few months ago, before it was fixed! The Herald Sun reported that this breached… read the rest of “Tiger Airlines Internal Flight Routes to be Scrapped!”
Tasmania is in Australia and one fifth of it is listed as a World Heritage National Park! When so much of this is National Park area, it means that there is a massive amount of untouched open space, filled with Canyons, Plains and roads to nowhere!
However where exactly in Australia is Tasmania, and is there actually anything to do there? Well… read the rest of “What is there to do in Tasmania?”