Australia is the sixth biggest country in the world thus it has varied options for year around holidays. If you want to plan a holiday for Australia, you should do it according to the seasons and places favored around these seasons. The good news is that we have categorized a list for the places to visit in Australia according to the months suitable for a visit to these places.
December to February
Sydney, Top End & the Red Centre
You can visit Sydney’s iconic harbor, bridge and opera house; visit the Red Centre where you can see fearsome crocs and loveable wallabies on the ‘Top End’ of Australia in Darwin. You can plunge in discovering Aboriginal art and swim in waterfall plunge pools; camp beneath the stars and watch sunrise and sunset over the mighty Uluru before heading to the beach to snorkel amongst an array of rainbow fish on the Great Barrier Reef.
June – August
North Queensland & the Great Barrier Reef
North Queensland has a dry season during June to August, rainfall is at its lowest and temperatures are warm and sunny so it’s the perfect time to swim in the sea, dive or snorkel in the Great Barrier Reef, sail the Whitsundays and to explore the ancient Daintree Rainforest and Cape Tribulation. During the winter months of June to August the roads to the National Parks are also fully open and touring is in full swing there. In winter, the Red Centre gets cooler day time temperatures, so it’s the perfect time for active exploring around Uluru and Alice Springs.
June – December
Western Australia is a heaven for food buffs and wine lovers who can explore the vineyards of Margaret River which is situated away from the crowded cities. You can swim with whale sharks on Ningaloo Reef and nature enthusiasts can enjoy the beautiful scenery with wildflowers around Western Australia. You can explore Perth and follow it with a weeklong luxury campervan hire. This place is far less busy than Australia’s east coast and you can spend your days lying on secluded beaches. There are a lot many chances to do wildlife spotting as you travel across the north Pinnacles, Ningaloo reef and the Coral Coast or southwards to the Margaret River, Denmark and Albany.
Victoria & South Australia
Although the temperatures are cooler in the south during winter in Australia but you can surely enjoying clear, sunny days. Winter sports fans can enjoy skiing sports in the alpine resorts of Victoria. Visit the Outback of South Australia and explore the Simpson Desert and Flinders Ranges where there are incredible opportunities to spot whales along the coastline of both these two states. You can stay in the Kangaroo Island where you can visit the Remarkable rocks and witness Aussie wildlife including kangaroos, wallabies and plenty of bird life.