Australia June itinerary help with no driving

Apr 5th, 2016, 06:59 PM
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Australia June itinerary help with no driving

Hey,

Planning my first trip to Australia with my wife and 2 kids, age 14 and 9 from June 7 to June 29.

We love the beach, outdoors, rainforests, national parks, bit of the city life and shopping too, don't like too cold weather, don't enjoy driving.

Can you help me draw up a 22 day Australian itinerary with 4 places to visit with the above activities where we can spend 5 -6 days each.

Thank you
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Apr 5th, 2016, 09:19 PM
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Whats too cold??? Where are you flying into? Are you looking at only go to east coast?
It's ideal time to visit Kakadu - you'll get national park, rainforest , outdoors in spades . Ideal time to go to Uluru as well.
Beaches on East coast may be too cold - depending on definition of cold.
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Apr 11th, 2016, 02:07 AM
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Hard not to drive in Australia - the place is so big.
The Gold Coast is a good place for a family holiday as there are the theme parks with bus transport.
Sydney has lots of attractions and good public transport.
We've had many a holiday in the Gold Coast for about 7 days allowing a day for each theme park, 1 day shopping (Pacific Fair or Robina Town Centre) and one day for something else like Currumbin Sanctuary.
There's enough in Sydney for a week as well. Take off the day you arrive and depart and that leaves 5 days.
Taronga Zoo, harbour cruise or day trip to Manly, day trip to Blue Mountains, shopping in the city, Aquarium/naval museum in Darling Harbour.
Usually June is not warn enough for swimming at the beach but a heated swimming pool is fine.
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