Travel to Australia: At the right time, at the right place!

Are you planning to going ‘down under’ for pleasure, a vacation or a visit a family member? Then, there are some factors you must take into consideration. Listed down below will answer some of your questions you have in mind such as When is the best time to travel? What part of Australia should I visit during summer or winter? and the like. Travel Season Australia is at its lowest airfare rate from mid-April to late August, best time to visit the the Top End, Red Centre and the Great Barrier Reef. Australia’s primary school holidays take place during December and January meaning most places experience their peak tourist traffic around this time. Weather Australia is a country for all season. it’s cold down south, it’s magnificent in the north and the Center. The seasons in Australia are the exact opposite of those in Europe and North America. Summer months are December, January and February. In these months, you might like to head south to escape the heat. Winter months are June, July and August – a perfect time to explore up north. During the peak season, in the most popular parts of Australia is winter season. The most pleasant time to  travel Queensland, Townsville and northward, the Red Centre, and the northern part of Western Australia is April through September.  June, July, and August are the busiest months in these places; you’ll need to book accommodations and tours in advance, and expect to pay higher rates too. On the other hand, Aussie’s summer is a great time to visit the southern states — New South Wales, South Australia, Victoria, Western Australia from Perth to the south, and Tasmania. Even in winter, temperatures rarely dip below freezing, and snow falls only in parts of Tasmania, Victoria, and in the Mountains of southern New South Wales. Outdoor Events Most festivals and outdoor events occur during the Aussie summer. Every January, the Sydney Festival, a free gathering featuring public concerts, music, dance, and cinema, takes place. Each February, the city of Perth have its own arts festival, the Perth International Arts Festival, considered as Western Australia’s largest cultural event. When the temperatures drop in the winter months, Melbourne features an International Film Festival from July to August, bringing films in from around the world. When planning your trip to Australia, you’ll want to consider whether you’re traveling for the sightseeing, activities or adventures. Weather, travel fares and local events are factors when choosing to visit one of the most unique, fun and exciting vacation get-away.