We know Australia is gigantic in size. But despite its size, it’s easy to get around because of the well build travel system.
By Plane: The easiest method to cover long miles in a short time is by flying. Domestic Australian airlines - including Virgin Australia, Qantas, Rex, and Jetstar – fly to all the state capital cities and many regional cities. Flying to Australia’s iconic destinations will save your time and extra effort.
By Road: Travelling long distances will not be difficult, infact, it will be an unforgettable experience to your eyes and soul. The vast network of well-built roads offers some of the most beautiful road trips in the world. Don’t stress about the long miles, you will find rest stops and service stations at regular intervals.
You can hire a car or vehicle of your choice from major airports and central city locations.
Public Transport: Relax you are on vacation, use public transport to get around the city and save some bucks. Travel to all major tourist attractions without the stress to hunt a parking. Melbourne’s City Circle tram is absolutely free. In Sydney, there are caps to weekly transport rates, so you will never pay more than the maximum weekly fare, regardless of how often you use the transport network. Most buses, metros, trains and trams can accommodate prams and other access requirements, making them a great option for getting around.
By Train: Sweep across the continent in the Ghan and Indian Pacific. Enjoy a spectacular rail journey on your visit to Australia. Experience comfort and a sense of evocative romance.
The Indian Pacific travels between Sydney and Perth, stopping at Broken Hill, Adelaide and Kalgoorlie; the legendary Ghan travels between Adelaide and Darwin, taking in Australia’s Red Centre and the tropical Top End.
By Ferry: The Spirit of Tasmania runs a nightly car and passenger ferry service between Devonport in Tasmania and Melbourne, the state capital of Victoria, with additional trips at peak times. Cape Jervis in South Australia and Kangaroo Island are connected many times every day by SeaLink boats. Cape Jervis is located around 108 kilometres (67 miles) south of Adelaide. The suburbs surrounding Sydney Harbour, the Swan River in Perth, and the Brisbane River are all connected by ferries in our capital cities.
Discover the City on Foot: With well-maintained pathways and picturesque walks that will lead you through parklands, along coastal cliffs, and through urban laneways, Australia's cities and towns are perfect for exploring on foot.
Traveling for Differently abled: In Australia, someone in a wheelchair or other mobility device can board airplanes, trains, buses, and ferries. Australia's airports offer assistance to those who are differently able and may help with luggage, getting around the airport, and getting on and off the plane.