Australia is a superb holiday destination if you are looking to treat the family to a once-in-a-lifetime, luxury trip. This is one of the most exciting and fascinating countries on the planet with a huge amount to offer any adventure-seeking family. So, what are the best things to do on a luxury family vacation here? Read on to find out.
Great Barrier Reef
The Great Barrier Reef is one of the planet’s most striking and breathtaking natural sights and the world’s largest living thing (it is even visible from space!). It is worth a stay on the Whitsunday Islands on the fringe of the reef so that you can enjoy time here either on the beach, chilling in the luxury resorts or getting up close to the reef with scuba diving and various other water activities.
There are many great cities to explore in Australia but Sydney should be the top of your list. It is a beautiful, friendly and cultural spot with plenty of great attractions, including Sydney Opera House, Harbour Bridge, Circular Quay and the Harbour and the Royal Botanical Gardens.
The legendary Australian Outback is certainly worth experiencing on an adventure holiday to Australia. An otherworldly and arid region taking up most of Australia’s interior, this will be an eye-opening experience for the whole family with a few highlights including Kings Canyon, Alice Springs and the iconic sandstone monolith – Uluru. Taking a luxury train is the best way to explore the Outback as it can take the stress out of planning your own travel through what can be a difficult place.
The Southwest region of Australia is one of the best places for a luxury family holiday and you can book fun Australian tours which will show you everything that this area has to offer. This includes visiting Rottnest Island, chilling out on the beaches, exploring the Karri forests and visiting the cool, historic and fascinating town of Fremantle. This is a part of Australia that has something for everyone and many people prefer the busier areas to the East.
These are a few of the best places to visit in Australia for a fun, adventurous and thrilling family vacation. Australia is unlike anywhere else in the world and somewhere that has something for everyone but also somewhere that kids tend to love because of the wildlife, natural beauty, friendly locals and adventure opportunities.
Have you been to Australia before?
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James Travis says
Love to visit Australia one day
Lydia C. Lee says
Just lovely! I still want to get to Uluru – there’s a field of light at the moment – an art installation of ligts that looks stunning. I think until 2021. I def want to go while that is there….but from Sydney it’s quite a $$ exercise. Fingers crossed. #KCACOLS
Wow! Would absolutely love to visit Australia, it’s on my husbands bucket list as well. We’re both massively into wildlife and Australia has such unique animals and ecosystem, but the cities look amazing too. #KCACOLS
Sounds amazing what an experience X #kcacols
Fiona Cambouropoulos says
So many wonderful sights to see over there #KCACOLS
Australia is on the travel bucket list for sure. It’s also where I threaten to run away to from time to time #KCACOLS
Shelley (Wander & Luxe) says
Reading your post from Australia! And we are heading to Rottnest next week – I cant wait. Stay tuned for my blog post 🙂 #KCACOLS
Ella @ Typical Mummy says
Australia is definitely on my bucket list so thanks for the ideas! #KCACOLS
Australia is somewhere I would love to visit! At nursery, my son went to the junk modelling table and made the Sydney Opera House out of toilet rolls after watching an episode if the Go Jetters so I know he’d love to go too! #KCACOLS
Hannah Scudder says
No I have never been Australia, would love to go one day, it looks amazing.
Laura - MUMMY LAURETTA says
I’d love to visit Australia one day with our family, I’m not great at long journeys but I know it would be worth it although I’m worried about the spiders!! #KCACOLS
Rebecca Morris says
Great post we’re saving for a 2021 trip to oz now the kids are a bit older