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Australia is the sixth largest country in the world. It is roughly the same size as the 48 mainland states of the USA and 50 per cent larger than Europe, but has the lowest population density in the world - only two people per square kilometre


Due to its size, Australia has a range of temperate climates. In the Australian winter you can ski in the southern states one day and be diving in the balmy waters of the Great Barrier Reef in Queensland the next.

Australia is a vast country that has a range of temperate climates.

Such temperate conditions make al fresco dining, days on the beach or the water, and a huge variety of sports a way of life here. Keep clothing light, layered and comfortable to cater for whatever you want to do. Protect yourself against the sun - don't forget to pack a sunhat, sunglasses and suntan lotion.

The seasons in Australia are the reverse of the northern hemisphere. The summer months (December to February) are warm to hot. Bring lightweight clothes, long sleeves, hat, and sunscreen. For the winter months (June to August), its still warm during the day but warmer clothes plus sweaters, jumpers, a jacket or light coat are advisable at night as it cools right down. In the tropical areas long sleeved/legged lightweight clothing (natural fibres) is suitable all year round to protect you from mosquitoes bites, etc.


Men: For special occasions like business meetings, theatres and formal dining, men may need a jacket and tie or suit.

Women: Women should make sure they have a more formal dress for the same occasions


Australia boasts over 7,000 beaches - more than any other nation. There's much to learn about Australia; endless miles of unspoilt beaches, tropical rainforest, mountain ranges and vast tracts of desert make Australia a country of contrast.