Seasons in Australia are different from those in the Northern Hemisphere. Summer lasts from December to February, and winter lasts from June to August. The exact type of weather you'll experience depends on the region you’re visiting.
Northern Australia is known for hot weather in January and February, so if you want more comfortable climate, visit Tasmania, Perth or Melbourne. In March, the whale watching season starts off the coast of Victoria. Also, Adelaide, Kangaroo Island and Barossa Valley are all great locations to visit in March.
During April and May, the east coast is usually dry, clear and sunny. Autumn is beautiful in Sydney during June and July, but also, this is a good time to visit Uluru and Darwin . The best time to visit Western Australia is in August and September and November is the best time to visit South Australia.
Uluru is located in the heart of Australia, in the Northern Territory. It is one of the most famous and largest national parks in this country. Uluru is actually a hill created under the influence of tectonic movements 500 million years ago.
It is a 243 km long highway along the coast of the Pacific, that connects two Victorian cities, Torquay and Allansford. It was built in honor of the soldiers who participated in the WWI and is the largest war monument in the world.
Sydney Opera House is located on Port Jackson (Sydney Harbour), New South Wales, Australia. According to UNESCO, the Sydney Opera House is a great work of architecture that shows human innovation and creativity.
The biggest reason for visiting the Queensland is the Great Coral Reef. The reef extends over 2,000 km along the Queensland coast and can be seen from outer space.
Kangaroo Island is Australia's third largest island , located 16 km off the coast of South Australia. It is often described as a “zoo without walls”.
Visitor visa (subclass 600) is intended for those who want to visit Australia recreational, family or business for a period of up to 3, 6 or 12 months.Read more