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It couldn’t be much easier to pop across the ditch for a spot of skiing, a drop of good wine or a hike through Middle Earth with our Kiwi neighbours. But don’t forget a trip to New Zealand is still a trip to another country, so there are some important things that Australians need to know and do before they go. Luckily we've got you covered, bro.
Thailand is a top destination for Australian travellers who love balmy weather, beautiful beaches, laid back culture and delicious cuisine. Favourite spots include Phuket, Koh Phi Phi, Koh Samui, Chiang Mai and Bangkok.
One of Asia’s main travel hubs and a common stopover point for flights between Australian and Europe, this densely populated island is home to a mix of Chinese, Malaysian, Indian and western cultures. Ask any Singaporean what the national pastimes are and they’ll tell you “shopping and eating”.
Fiji is one of our best loved and most visited neighbours. Aussies account for more than half of Fiji’s tourist numbers and it’s not hard to see why we keep coming back to enjoy the country’s picture-perfect islands and meet the friendly residents.
A trip to Europe is a right of passage for many Aussies. Whether we’re retracing our ancestry, exploring centuries-old buildings, marvelling at classic artworks, sampling traditional cuisine or revelling in our first white Christmas, Europe is top of the wish-list for many.
Australians love to visit our older, colder cousins up in the northern hemisphere. The UK and Ireland are great for families, older travellers, history buffs, self-drive holidays and first-time travellers.