Go to Australia for a Fantastic Holiday.
Before the advent of the JET ENGINE, it was a long journey to the other side of the world, but now it is a mere 12 hours to SINGAPORE, a short break of 2/3 hours to refuel and then the second leg of 7/8 hours.
In the new large AIRBUS jetliners it is even more comfortable. There is so much to see in this vast Continent including animals, such as the KANGAROO ( which does not exist in any other part of the world. ) And did you know that there are more CAMELS in OZ than anywhere else. The centre of Australia being a large DESERT.
My favourite spot is COOLANGATTA, about 50 miles South of BRISBANE, the Capital of QUEENSLAND. To me it is Paradise. I prefer April/May (Autumn in Australia) Blue Skies, tropical heat but not too hot. South Pacific seas (ideal for surfing, Aussies favourite pastime) Plenty of entertainment.
Coach trips inland and along the coast to SURFERS PARADISE.
Then there is SYDNEY, with it's famous Harbour Bridge and ferries. Famous Opera House and lovely parks, and MELBOURNE, Capital of Victoria on the South Coast. Further along Adelaide, which is the Southern end of a railway which runs right up the middle of OZ to DARWIN in the Northern Tropics (Very Hot) Or continuing along the south coast from Adelaide you reach PERTH, Capital of Western Australia with it's Gold Mines etc.
Between Sydney and Brisbane on the East Coast you have Port Macquarie and Coffs Harbour, wonderful seaside resorts with dolphins in the rivers and crocodiles in the Wildlife Parks together with snakes etc.
WELL WORTH A VISIT although of course it has it's extremes of weather such as Cyclones in the tropics, ten year droughts, bush fires but you have to be unlucky to get caught up in these. You could of course learn to play the DIDGERIDOO