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Australia How To Get There

Australia has over 450 airports and the biggest carriers are Qantas, Virgin Blue and Tiger Airways Australia. Several internal flights connect cities such as Canberra, Sydney, Melbourne and Hobart so your Australia holidays needn’t be curtailed to any specific area.

The country has extensive rail transport facilities, with various inter-state, intra-state and city rail services. All mainland capital cities are linked by standard gauge rail and people often prefer travelling by trains on their Australia holidays. Information and ticket counters remain open between 0600 and 2200 daily at major train stations.

Travelling by bus is also a reliable method of moving between and in cities when on holidays to Australia. Greyhound Pioneer’s national coach system connects major cities in the country.

It has perhaps the world’s second highest car ownership level and the road network is very extensive. Traffic drives on the left, vehicle documents are a must-carry at all times as well as your national driving license if you’re planning to drive on Australia holidays. Several major car hire companies also operate in the country.

Australian cities are beautiful and convey a great sense of space. Walking and bicycles are ever popular with visitors on Australia holidays as great options to soak in the city culture.

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