Fly To Australia from Nigeria
Why fly to Australia?
A world class destination for food, music, wine and culture!
Stunning attractions and exciting activities to enjoy!
A whole heap of cultural goodness, events and festivals to experience!
Network of islands and spectacular beaches with tranquil beauty and pristine surronds!
Australia is a diverse holiday destination. It is known for its wide open spaces with plenty of interesting activities to enjoy in its cities. Australia is a great continent and is ranked top in tourism. The continent offers diverse cultures, wildlife, landscapes, climates and experiences you can never imagine unless you visit the destination.
Sydney sights include the iconic symbol of the city the Opera House, the Chinese Garden of Friendship, Hyde Park, the Domain and various museums and art galleries. For not the faint at heart, climb the Sydney Harbour Bridge to the top of 134-meter summit with a guide.
Melbourne is the second-largest city in Australia and it has some notable attractions including cultural attractions such as National Galleries Victoria and Queen Victoria Markets. There’s no enthralling vista than at the top of Melbourne’s 91-story Eureka Tower overlooking Melbourne and Port Philip Bay. The Melbourne Aquarium, the Shrine of Remembrance and the Docklands precinct are all interesting spots to visit.
Brisbane is Australia's third largest city. The city offers great attractions, things to see and do including international music festivals and gigs to enjoy such as the Annual Grass Roots Music Festival. Brisbane has a plethora of aquatic based activities for visitors of all stripes. Of course, the riverside beach is the most prominent feature but there’s also an opportunity for swimming and playing at South Bank in the CBD. The amusement parks in Gold City are perfect for families of all ages.
Gold Coast is a popular destination for holiday makers and tourists. The city has amazing attractions and plenty of options for activities, events and dining. The city has the best known beaches and theme parks in Australia.
Perth is one of the fastest growing cities in Australia. The metropolis city has a lot to offer tourists and visitors. Perth has lots of attractions such as scenic beaches, great wineries, picturesque landscapes and wonderful views from Federation Walkway at Kings Park.
Adelaide is home of arts and culture, plus exciting festivals such as Adelaide Fringe Festival to make your visit to Australia more exciting. Adelaide has a lot to offer tourists and visitors. The Botanic Garden is an ideal location for a picnic; you can also visit ST. Kilda, the largest mangrove ecosystems in Australia. Adelaide is a great vintage shopping destination; there, you will find lots of vintage shops and market to buy reasonably priced treasures.
Best Time To Visit Australia
Australia’s terrain is varied from beaches to a scorching desert; and by being near to the equator only makes summer and winter seemly interchangeable. Pleasant weather is found country-wide from October through March.
Most Popular Cities in Australia
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Things To Do In Australia
In the cities, excellent art galleries, sumptuous restaurants of all cuisines, dancing and world class museums await. Try to find time to head to the natural points of interest. Australia is home to some of the most unique animals including kangaroos, koalas and the wombat among others. If touring the outback is out, fly to Perth and visit the wildlife conservation zoo with species indigenous to Australia.
The Great Barrier Reef is reachable via a flight to Cairns. The coral and the fish make snorkelling a priority. Tour boats go out every day to artificial pontoons that are set up for safe viewing.
Fly or drive to the red centre near Alice Springs to see a marvellous natural phenomenon. Uluru-Ayers Rock at sunset is a spiritual and visual experience not to be missed. It is an aboriginal religious site even though it is a natural sandstone rock formation.
Cost of Living
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Travel Tips & Advice
Planning a trip to Australia? We compiled a list of travel tips to save you from feeling like a helpless tourist.
1. Set Your Watch
India is 9 hours ahead of Nigeria.
Nigeria: UTC+01:00 vs. Australia: 12 Time zones
2. Emergency Numbers
- General Emergency number in Australia: 000 (This number will access three services - Ambulance, Fire and Police, then direct you to the contact the local service you need.)
- You will find 24 hour pharmacies in every major city in Australia.
- Whenever you travel overseas, Travelstart strongly recommends taking travel insurance prior to departing South Africa to cover any medical expenses you might incur abroad.
3. Travel Adaptors And Voltage
- Australian power outlets accept flat two or three-pin plugs. You can travel with your adaptor or purchase one when you get there
- Voltage is 220-240 Volts, You should get a plug adapter and step-down transformer for 110-120V electronics