Brits Abroad: Tips for Visiting Australia from the UK

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Published 7 April 2017


It may have been a far-flung destination you used to only dream of, but today Australia is more accessible than ever. According to our data, where people used to spend three weeks touring the country now typically spend 12 days, premium cabins are decreasing in price and you'll soon be able to fly direct thanks to Qantas' new non-stop flight to Perth.

Below we've listed just some of our most handy tips for visiting Australia from the UK. For more advice, check out our

Australia Travel Guide.



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