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Australia

Australia will ruin beaches for the rest of your life. Nothing will measure up to the grandeur that is Australian beach life. The chill vibes of the Aussies makes you really want to slow down and enjoy life. Whether you’re chillin on the beach or road tripping through the outback – travelling through Australia is unlike anywhere else. 

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Basic Info

Drinking water: Safe to drink from the tap

Plugs: Type I (See photo below)

Covid Updates

Closed for international travel with some exemptions. 

Money

Official Currency: $ Australian dollar

Credit card usage: Everything is set up for contactless credit cards. People don’t pay often with cash. 

Tipping: Not customary but nice to leave a little extra

 

Visas

EU citizens and 9 other European countries can enter on eVisitor status which is free of charge. 6 Asian countries and US and Canada may enter on Electronic Travel Authority which comes with $20 AUD service charge. 

**Always check with your government for the most up to date information on visa requirements.**

Vaccinations

None

**Assuming you are current on routine vaccinations. Always check with your government for the most accurate and up to date information on required vaccinations specific to your home country**

Safety

Exercise Normal Precautions

**Always check with your government for the most accurate and up to date information on safety**

Language

Official Languages: English

Some Aussie slang, just in case: 

Thank-you: Ta

Bottle – O: Liquor store     

Maccas: McDonald’s

Sheila: A woman      Arvo: Afternoon 

When to go

Spring (Sept – Nov) and fall (March – May) are generally considered the most comfortable time to visit but they’re also the busiest times to travel. Spring is also  ideal for diving and surfing. 

The Northern territory and Queensland is very hot and humid in the summer with heavy rainfall. Winter is drier with much more comfortable temps, never getting very cold. 

In the south, Victoria (Melbourne) and South Australia have hot summers and more or less mild winters, but it still gets cold enough for jackets and indoor heating. Think 40’s – 50s F (10 C)  

Responsible Travel

Respect of indigenous traditions and sacred lands and minimizing your effect on reef bleaching. Check to ensure tour operators you choose are conscientious of this and research your sunscreen. 

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