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  • Business class flights from £1,689
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Australia – The country that is a continent in its own right has a lot to offer. Whether a first-time visitor wanting the beauty of the Great Barrier Reef or the majesty of Uluru, a business conference in the vibrant cities of Sydney or Melbourne, or visiting Perth for its spectacular beaches and to try some of the regions famous wines, this country has it all!

Dramatic landscapes, lively cities, and indigenous culture, all paired with the friendly, laid-back lifestyle makes Australia the perfect destination for your luxury holiday. Our specialists will find you the cheapest business class flights to Australia so that the journey is just as enjoyable as the destination.

Guide for Holidays to Australia’s Regions

Australia is an enormous country and in so, being able to know what you are looking to experience on your holiday will help you make the most of this trip of a lifetime. Our team are experts in luxury holidays and will help tailor the trip specifically to your needs.

The South East

Home to Australia’s two largest cities, Sydney and Melbourne, this region offers first time visitors to Australia excellent luxury holiday options.

With Sydney’s famous landmarks, the Sydney Opera House and the Sydney Harbour Bridge, tempered by its natural beauty of the Blue Mountains and Bondi Beach, it is easy to see why it tops the list of Australian destinations. Melbourne has its own appeal, being the sporting capital of Australia and the most culturally diverse city in the country. This international melting pot has given the city a vibrant art, food, and fashion scene to rival much larger cities.

Sydney Harbour

Away from the cities, the rugged coastline of the Great Ocean Road in Victoria is a must-see, and the Snowy Mountains offer the active explorer an adventure in both Summer and Winter. Some of the country’s best wine regions are close to the cities, with the Yarra Valley near Melbourne and the Hunter Valley near Sydney having excellent examples of Australian wines.

The Twelve Apostles in Australia

The North East

After Sydney, the biggest draw for international travellers to Australia is the Great Barrier Reef. Stretching from north of Brisbane to past Cairns, this natural wonder along the Queensland Coast has several cities that provide the opportunity to swim, snorkel, and dive the beautiful coral and abundant marine life.

Brisbane Skyline

The far north east has the added benefit of being able to incorporate tropical rainforests and white sandy beaches into your luxury holiday itinerary. The Kuranda Skyrail offers a unique perspective of the rainforest from within and above the canopy, and is only a short drive from Cairns or Port Douglas.

Southern Queensland is a fantastic destination for families, with multiple theme-parks situated around the Gold Coast offering children of all ages (and parents too!) a thrilling and exciting holiday experience.

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Central Australia

It’s hard to imagine Australia without a picture of Uluru (formerly known as Ayers Rock) coming to mind. The red rock monolith near Alice Springs showcases the dry, arid heart of the Great Southern Land. Best seen at sunrise and sunset when the colour of the scenery is in stark contrast, the rest of your time in The Red Centre can be used to experience the culture of the indigenous Aborigines that have inhabited the land for over 50,000 years.

Ayers Rock

A luxury holiday to Australia including Uluru is perfectly complimented by The Ghan, an overnight train service that runs between Adelaide and Darwin. Before departing Adelaide though, be sure to visit the unique country’s fauna on Kangaroo Island, and try some of the world class wines from the regions surrounding the city!

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The West

Famous for being the most isolated capital city in the world, Perth is a more relaxed city than its eastern counterparts. With spectacular beaches, beautiful hills, and a picturesque skyline, Perth often becomes a favourite amongst visitors.

Perth city skyline

Using Perth as a gateway to the west, the rest of the state of Western Australia has a lot to offer too. The South West is full of beachside towns and lovely Karri forests worthy of a tailormade itinerary. Take a drive to Margaret River for some wine and cheese tasting before heading to Albany for stunning coastal scenery. The Pilbara offers rugged gorges in Karijini National Park, the Ningaloo Reef near Exmouth can have you swimming with Whale Sharks during the months of April to August, and Cable Beach in Broome may just have the best sunsets in the world; there is never a dull moment in Australia’s largest state!

Karijini National Park View



Whether travelling to Australia for one week, one month, or an extended holiday, contact our Australia specialists now and let Just Fly Business help plan your dream itinerary.

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