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Australia offers newlyweds a romantic and exciting adventure - an incredible voyage of discovery to the land down under. There is no surprise that many married couples choose Australia as the country to explore during their first married days together. The opportunities are endless! Explore the palm fringed golden beaches, take a romantic stroll through the tropical rainforests, dive the coral lined sea, go on adventures on Whitsunday Islands or Fraser Island, dine under the stars in the shadow of Ayers Rock, comb the natural wonders of the outback, visit world famous vin yards or cruise Sydney’s famous harbour.
What’s not to love about a honeymoon in Australia? This incredible and vast country has so much to offer couples looking for that holiday of a lifetime. With six major cities including its capital, Canberra, Australia can cater to honeymoons of any scale.
Beach fans will adore the coastal cities in Australia. Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne, Perth and Adelaide are all situated on the coast and offer sun, sand and serious entertainment.
If it’s food and nightlife you’re after, Sydney is the town for you. Its world-renowned restaurants certainly won’t disappoint and you can sleep off the heavy night in true Sydney style on Bondi Beach.
Couples seeking a culture trip will love what Melbourne has to offer, from kayaking down the Yarra River to exploring the native and exotic plants in the Royal Botanic Gardens, there’s something for everyone here!
The Gold Coast in Queensland is the perfect spot for adventurous couples. It’s got three major theme parks, the ever famous SkyPoint Observation Deck and amazing natural territory to explore, including the Springbrook National Park.
Surfers will love the Australian coast, with hundreds of famous spots for couples to catch some waves – and thanks to the weather in this gorgeous country, it’s almost always a surf day.
Australia’s ‘cold’ is around 10 degrees Celsius, meaning you can visit the coast all year round and enjoy the beaches, surfing and almost every other attraction and not have to worry about an unpredictable climate.
Five Things to Do During Your Honeymoon in Australia
We’ve narrowed down our search to these five things honeymooners should definitely do during their Australian Honeymoon.
Visit the iconic Bondi Beach – One of the most famed beaches in Australia; Sydney’s Bondi Beach needs to be on your list of things to do on your honeymoon in Australia. Whether it’s to surf or sunbathe, it just has to be done.
Explore Whitsunday Islands – The 74 Whitsunday Islands, located near the Great Barrier Reef, are one of nature’s most beautiful sights. The uninhabited islands are mostly rainforests and hiking trails, perfect for active couples.
Wine and dine each other in Sydney – Renowned for its incredible cuisine and high quality wine, Sydney is definitely the right city to splash out on a romantic meal for two. Good luck choosing where though, as there are so many incredible spots on offer.
Take a trip to Uluru – Uluru, also known as Ayers Rock is a gigantic sandstone monolith located 450km from Alice Springs, its nearest town. The Uluru is sacred to indigenous Australians and began forming 550 million years ago.
Travel around – Australia is such a huge place to visit, with so much to offer. To experience it in full, try and travel around as much as possible and tick off as many incredible sights as you can.
Not sure where to stay during your honeymoon in Australia? Browse our collection of beautiful hotels and resorts – there’s bound to be one you love!
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