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Itinerary Inspiration

From desert to rainforest to thousands of miles of soft sand beaches, the Land Down Under is an island continent of scenic contrasts. With magnificent coral and a dazzling array of tropical fauna, the Great Barrier Reef is one of the great natural wonders of the world. Head to "Garden City" of Melbourne or Hunter Valley, the heart of Australia's wine country. Take a beach break or a surf break and stroll the legendary sands of the Gold Coast or Sunshine Coast. Tackle the slopes of the Australian Alps and the Snowy Mountains. Get a taste of the indigenous culture in the Outback, Tasmania or Kangaroo Island. Other "must-sees" include Sydney's iconic Harbor Bridge and Sydney Opera House. Wherever you go in Australia, adventure awaits!

Things You Should Know

Time Zone: EST, CST & WST (DST in South Australia)
Primary Language: English
Currency: Australian Dollars
Driving Requirements: Valid driver's license from your home country
Entry Requirements: Valid passport and visa
Best Times to Visit: May through October

Australia Honeymoons

Choose an all-inclusive honeymoon package and enjoy the benefits of a luxury honeymoon suite, barrier reef cruise, guided tour or relaxing spa treatments. The lure of Australia's wine country is irresistible, and Tasmania's picturesque scenery is backdrop for romance. No matter what you're looking for, Australia's natural beauty and wide array of activities will make your honeymoon memorable.

Destination Weddings in Australia

If you're dreaming of a wedding under a rainforest canopy or on a palm fringed tropical beach or surrounded by desert dunes, Australia is your place. Make your ceremony stress-free with one of the all-inclusive wedding packages. Many come with a wedding coordinator, who will attend to all of the details — from the marriage license and certificate to the bridal bouquet and wedding cake.

Climate & Weather

Due to the size of this "island continent," the weather in Australia varies considerably, from the rugged hot desert of the Outback to the cool, snowy mountains of the Australian Alps. Typically, everything north of the Tropic of Capricorn experiences more tropical weather with a rainy and dry season. The southern half can range from temperate, oceanic and Mediterranean. Remember the seasons in the Southern Hemisphere are reversed, so your winter might be Australia's summer.