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    Are you planning your trip to Australia? Well, it is going to be one memorable trip of your life. Australia is home to stunning surf beaches, laid-back locals, coffee culture, cute koalas, and remarkably strict quarantine laws. It is quite easy to get carried away with the excitement of swimming in the pristine waters, seeing kangaroos, and soaking up the sun. However, there are quite a few things you should know before you start packing for your trip. In this article, we’ve mentioned a few things for you to learn that can help you with your trip. To learn about them, continue reading.

    Visa Requirements

    Whether you are planning to visit Australia for a week or you are going to visit for a long time, to enter the country, you need to apply for an Australian VISA. Now, that is totally up to you if you want to go to the embassy or apply online for a visa. If you are traveling as a tourist, you can apply for some visa online, including an eVisitor visa, visitor visa, or Electronic Travel Authority visa. It is essential to know that unlike other countries, Australia has no minimum passport validity period. It means you can enter the country as long as your passport is valid.

    Australia is Very Expensive

    Currently, Australia has the 12th highest cost of living in the entire world, with the USA and UK far behind at number 21 and 23rd respectively. If you are traveling to Australia soon, then be ready to spend a lot of money during your entire trip. Depending on how long you are planning to stay in Australia, accommodation costs can be very high as well. Sydney, in particular, is very expensive, and the accommodation prices here are very high. It is the reason why most tourists prefer local youth hostels as they are cheaper, where costs can range from $20-40. If you prefer a single room, it will cost you somewhere between $75-150 a night.

    Cars Drive On The Left

    Former British colonies such as Australia, India, and New Zealand drive on the left. In Australia, locals prefer to drive as public transport isn’t necessarily the best. So, the chances are you will have to rent a car for your entire stay. The majority of the vehicles in Australia have the steering wheel on their right side. So, when you drive in Australia, remember to keep left. However, if you take public transport or plan to walk, remember cars drive on the left side of the road, so be sure to look right before crossing.

    Summer is in Winter and Vice Versa

    Unlike the whole world, the weather in Australia is different. When the world is busy celebrating winters, Australia enjoys its summer season. Similarly, when it is summer everywhere else in the world, Australia celebrates winters. So, if there is winter where you live, pack your suitcase by keeping in mind there will be summer in Australia. Summertime in Australia is scorching. Therefore, be sure to pack sunscreen, sunglasses, and hats to protect you from the sun.



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    Are you planning your trip to Australia? Well, it is going to be one memorable trip of your life. Australia is home to stunning surf beaches, laid-back locals, coffee culture, cute koalas, and remarkably strict quarantine laws. It is quite easy to get carried away with the excitement of swimming in the pristine waters, seeing […]

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