travel Australia (and Oceania) in accordance with the time
- Our suggestion is to stay 4 days in Sydney,
and 3 on the Gold
Coast flying between the two cities.
Alternatively, spend 2 days in Sydney, rent a
car and drive 850 Km between Sydney and Gold
Coast. This road will pass by many small
cities, each one offering different and nice
Bay is in the middle of that way is a
must stop. We also suggest to spends the night
in Coffs Harbour, to climb the top of hill
beside the Marina, and have a look at the
seagullís colony, also enjoying the gorgeous
sight of the city. On the Gold Coast, donít
miss Surfers Paradise for shopping, and visit
all the beaches until Tweed Heads. If you can
spare one day, go for walk at the mountains
and the rainforest in Springbrook.
Suggestion is to stay 3 days in Sydney, 3 on
the Gold Coast, e 3 in
Cairns, visiting the Great Barrier
Reef, flying between the cities. Alternative:
for those not wanting to go until Cairns to
see the Barrier Reef, exclude Cairns, and rent
a car from the Gold Coast going until the Fraser
Island, passing by Brisbane,
and sleeping in Noosa
in the Sunshine Coast. Next day go the City of
1770 to visit the Barrier Reef which is one of
the best tours to the south part of the
- First 3 days in Sydney, and than rent a car
to go up to Cairns, 3000 km from Sydney,
returning by plane. Alternative
1: make the same route by bus or train. Alternative 2: By
plane, 3 days in Sydney, 3 on the Gold Coast,
3 in Cairns, and 3 in Alice
Springs in the heart of Australia,
with tours to special Aborigines places
including Ayers Rocks and Olgas.
1: 10 days in Australia and 10 in the New
2: include visits to Tasmania
or Darwin in the route.
- From Sydney go by car until Cairns, and
later take the west direction to Darwin.
From Darwin go to Alice Springs, to Melbourne,
and return to Sydney.
- Buy or rent a Campervan or Motohome, and
make a complete tour around Australia
including the city of Perth.
They are approximately 22,000 km. Some roads
are monotonous, driving hundreds of km without
any change in the landscape, but always there
are some interesting places to visit, existing
exclusively in Australia.
when retiring, they sale their houses and buy a
Motohome and go around Australia. We know
a couple of 70 years old that are about 10 years
on the road. Each time passing for different cities
complaining dear, I told you without our
home I don't travel!