Australia is the perfect vacation destination! Whether you want to catch some waves or explore famous World Heritage sites, this country has plenty to offer for tourists of all ages. Before you talk to your travel agent about booking a trip to Australia, take a look at these facts about this country:
The Top Travel Destinations Are All Over the Country
You may want to see Sydney Harbor Bridge and the Great Barrier Reef, but these two destinations are on opposite ends of the country. To ensure you visit all of the attractions on your must-see list, speak to your travel agent about your top destinations and the best options for traveling from one part of the country to the other. Your travel agent can arrange your domestic flights, trains, buses, or cruises to ensure you see everything you want.
The Country Is Filled with Different Landscapes and Animals
From gorgeous beaches to vast deserts, you can see it all when you visit Australia. While some of the most famous attractions are in coastal cities like Sydney and Brisbane, the inland part of the country is home to Australia’s famous Outback. In terms of wildlife, more than 130 different species of marsupials, including kangaroos and koalas, call Australia home.
You Need a Visa to Visit
Even if you are only planning to stay a few short days in Australia, you still need to obtain a tourist visa in order to be granted entrance into the country. Most tourists from the U.S. who plan to stay for less than three months can apply online for an ETA (electronic travel authority) visa. Speak with your travel agent about which visa is appropriate for you.
If you are ready to book your trip to Australia, call Brentwood Travel in St. Louis at (314) 439-5700. Whether you are planning your honeymoon or a vacation for the whole family, we can help ensure you enjoy every second of your vacation. Check out our website to learn more about our services.
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