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7 Days In Australia

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ADDRESS

Day 1 1AM Traveling from Hong Kong to Melbourne Landed in Melbourne Airport(MEL)
Day 1 Federation Square Hours:
Mon to Sun (Opens 24Hrs)
Address: Swanston St & Flinders St, Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia
Day 2 Yarra Valley
The Yarra Valley is the name given to the region surrounding the Yarra River in Victoria, Australia.
Hours:
Mon to Sun (Opens 24Hrs)
Address: Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia
Day 2 Yarra River
It is a perennial river in east-central Victoria, Australia. The lower stretches of the river are where the city of Melbourne was established in 1835 and today Greater Melbourne dominates and influences the landscape of its lower reaches.
Hours:
Mon to Sun (Opens 24Hrs)
Address: Melbourne, Australia
Day 3 Queen Victoria Market
is a major landmark in Melbourne, Australia, and at around seven hectares is the largest open air market in the Southern Hemisphere. The Queen Victoria Market is the largest and most intact surviving 19th century market in the city.
Hours:
Monday(closed) Tue to Sun 9AM–3PM
Address: Queen St, Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia
Day 3 Royal Botanic Gardens Victoria - Melbourne Gardens
Royal Botanic Gardens Victoria are botanic gardens across two sites - Melbourne and Cranbourne.
Hours:
Mon to Sun 7:30AM–7:30PM
Address: Birdwood Ave, South Yarra VIC 3141, Australia
Day 3 Flinders Street Railway Station
Flinders Street railway station is a railway station on the corner of Flinders and Swanston Streets in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. It serves the entire metropolitan rail network.
Opened: 1910 Address: Flinders St, Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia
Day 4 Melbourne Zoo
is the world's first nocturnal zoo and is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Melbourne.It is the primary zoo serving Melbourne.
Hours:
Mon to Fri 9:00AM–5:00PM
Address: Elliott Ave, Parkville VIC 3052, Australia
Day 4 SEA LIFE Melbourne Aquarium
Sea Life Melbourne Aquarium is a Southern Ocean and Antarctic aquarium in central Melbourne, Australia. It is located on the banks of the Yarra River beside and under the Flinders Street Viaduct and the King Street Bridge.
Hours:
Mon to Fri 9:30AM–5:30PM
Address: King St, Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia
Day 4 Eureka Tower
Eureka Tower is a 297.3-metre skyscraper located in the Southbank precinct of Melbourne.
Hours:
Mon to Sun (24/7)
Address: Southbank precinct of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Day 5 Funfields
Aquatic amusement park with an aquarium, waterslides, a wave pool, tubing, snorkeling & more.
Hours:
Mon to Sun (8:30 AM–7:00 PM)
Address: 2365 Plenty Rd, Whittlesea VIC 3757, Australia.
Day 5 at Bondi Beach
Sweeping white-sand crescent of Bondi is one of Australia’s most iconic beaches.
Hours:
Mon to sun (Opens 24hrs)
Address:SW 2026, Australia
Day 5 Sydney Opera House
It is a multi-venue performing arts centre at Sydney Harbour in Sydney. It is one of the 20th century's most famous and distinctive buildings.
Hours:
Mon to Fri 9am - 8.30pm 9am – 5pm (Sunday)
Address: Bennelong Point, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia
Day 6 Sydney Harbour Bridge
It is a heritage-listed steel through arch bridge across Sydney Harbour that carries rail, vehicular, bicycle, and pedestrian traffic between the Sydney central business district and the North Shore.
Hours:
Mon to sun (Opens 24hrs)
Address: Sydney Harbour Bridge, Sydney NSW, Australia
Day 6 Royal Botanic Gardens
is a heritage-listed major 30-hectare botanical garden, event venue and public recreation area located at Farm Cove on the eastern fringe of the Sydney central business district.
Hours:
Mon to Fri 8:30AM–6PM
Address: Mrs Macquaries Rd, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia
Day 7 SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium
SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium contains a large variety of Australian aquatic life, displaying more than 700 species comprising more than 13,000 individual fish and other sea and water creatures from most of Australia's water habitats.
Hours:
Mon to sun 10:00Am to 6:00 PM
Address: 1-5 Wheat Rd, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia
Day 7 Luna Park Sydney
ridgeClimb Sydney is an Australian tourist attraction. The company provides climb experiences to the top of the Sydney Harbour Bridge. Over 3.5 million visitors from over 137 different countries and territories have climbed the southern half of the bridge.
Hours:
Sun 10AM–10PM
Mon 11AM–4PM, 6–10PM
Tue 6–10PM
Wed 6–10PM
Thur 6–10PM
Fri 11AM–11PM
Address: 1 Olympic Dr, Milsons Point NSW 2061, Australia

Federation Square

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Federation Square is a venue for arts, culture and public events on the edge of the Melbourne central business district. It covers an area of 3.2 ha at the intersection of Flinders and Swanston Streets built above busy railway lines and across the road from Flinders Street station.

Yarra Valley

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The Yarra Valley is the name given to the region surrounding the Yarra River in Victoria, Australia. The river originates approximately 90 kilometres east of the Melbourne central business district and flows towards it and out into Port Phillip Bay.

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Yarra River

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If you have time in the afternoon, you can try to explore the river safari. But it is not advisable to do 3 parks in 1 day. It will be a very tiring day.

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Queen Victoria Market

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TThe Queen Victoria Market is a major landmark in Melbourne, Australia, and at around seven hectares is the largest open air market in the Southern Hemisphere. The Queen Victoria Market is the largest and most intact surviving 19th century market in the city.

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Royal Botanic Gardens Victoria - Melbourne Gardens

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Royal Botanic Gardens Victoria are botanic gardens across two sites - Melbourne and Cranbourne. Melbourne Gardens was founded in 1846 when land was reserved on the south side of the Yarra River for a new botanic garden. It extends across 36 hectares that slope to the river with trees, garden beds, lakes and lawns.

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Melbourne Zoo

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The Royal Melbourne Zoological Gardens, commonly referred as the Melbourne Zoo and simply as the Zoo among locals, is a zoological park in Melbourne, Australia. It is located within Royal Park in Parkville, approximately 4 kilometres north of the centre of Melbourne. It is the primary zoo serving Melbourne.

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SEA LIFE Melbourne Aquarium

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Sea Life Melbourne Aquarium is a Southern Ocean and Antarctic aquarium in central Melbourne, Australia. It is located on the banks of the Yarra River beside and under the Flinders Street Viaduct and the King Street Bridge. The attraction is a Sea Life Centre owned by Merlin Entertainments.

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Sydney Opera House

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The Sydney Opera House is a multi-venue performing arts centre at Sydney Harbour in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. It is one of the 20th century's most famous and distinctive buildings.

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Sydney Harbour Bridge

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The Sydney Harbour Bridge is a heritage-listed steel through arch bridge across Sydney Harbour that carries rail, vehicular, bicycle, and pedestrian traffic between the Sydney central business district and the North Shore.

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Cost of living in Australia

Travel Itinerary provides an introductory guidance on cost of living in Australia. In general, prices for basic necessities such as food, clothing, public transport, basic education and utilities in Australia are quite moderate. Public transport and taxis are very affordable as well.On the other hand, housing, private schooling and maintaining an automobile can be costly. Australia currently has the 12th highest cost of living in the world, with the USA and UK well behind at 21 and 23rd place respectively. The overall cost of living in Australia is 9% higher than the USA, but 10% cheaper than London If you are an expatriate whose compensation package includes benefits such as transportation or car allowances, housing, childcare, payment of school fees, entertainment allowances and other work-related benefits, these costs would be less of a concern to you and you will find that life in Australia can be quite comfortable. Even if you do not have an extensive package, you can always find something that fits your budget; for every category, Australia offers a wide range of available choices and prices.

Cost of Accommodation

The cost of housing in Australia depends on factors such as the property’s proximity to the city, relative age of the property, availability of recreational facilities (such as pool, gym, etc.) and the quality of furnishings that come with the accommodation. You should take your time to decide where you want to live in Australia and make a decision only after careful consideration of the average rental cost as well as your personal preferences.


Accommodation is the highest spending one international student has to deal with while studying in Australia. There are countless apartments to rent in Australia, but since every single cent matters for you as a student, you need to choose wisely and carefully. The cost of accommodation in Australia changes from place to place. Moreover, in big cities, you may encounter a huge contrast in terms of rent prices from an area to another within the same city. That in mind, it is very important you spend enough time searching for apartments which match your financial capacities. As you’d expect, it is almost a rule of thumb that urban areas have higher rent prices than apartments located in peripheral areas. In addition to location, size and furnishing will also account for a higher cost. Surely a big apartment with expensive furnishes will have a higher rent price.

Cost of Food

Food is relatively cheap in Australia. However, as elsewhere, food expenses depend on how extravagant you are. Food expenses can either be a marginal factor or a significant factor when calculating your average living costs depending on the lifestyle you choose to adopt in Australia. Your average meal in Australia will run you about $15–20 AUD. A good meal at a nice restaurant will run you about $40 AUD. Even McDonald’s is expensive—a value meal is about $8 AUD. If there’s another person joining you at the table the cost of your meal will jump higher. On average, a meal for two persons in a restaurant in Australia costs A$80, ranging from A$60 to A$110. If you decide to have a drink along with that the price will still climb higher. For example, to get a 0.5liter bottle of beer you will need to pay on average A$8 and for a cappuccino, you will have to add around A$4.

In the most expensive country in the world, Singapore, food is 18.52% below ours, even France is cheaper than Australia by 9.67%

Transportation Costs

Australia has one of the best, most comprehensive, and least expensive public transport systems in the world. Public transportation is not that expensive in Australia. Currently, you can purchase a one-way ticket in local public transport for A$4 on average. If you decide to get a monthly pass it will cost you around A$145 on average. Traveling on a taxi will surely provide more comfort but it will normally cost you more. On average, taxi’s in Australia charge around A$4 as initial fare and around A$2 per each kilometer. Biking is yet another brilliant opportunity for you to save some money. In Australia, there is a highly developed system of bike-dedicated streets where you can move easily and safely.

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What is the typical weather in Australia?

South Australia's climate varies from hot and dry in the interior, to mild and wet in the south and coastal regions. Adelaide generally has mild, wet winters and warm, dry summers. It is the driest of all the Australian capital cities. The average annual rainfall is 553 mm.


Is it warm all year round in Australia?

Darwin, Cairns. Australia lies for 2/3 above the Tropic of Capricorn. In this area climate is humid and warm all year round. Tropics have only two seasons indeed: a winter (May to October), dry and warm with mild nights, and very hot, humid and rainy summer (November to April).

What is the best time of year to go to Australia?

The best times to visit Sydney are September through November and from March to May. These months skirt Sydney's high and low seasons, offering visitors comfortable temperatures and manageable tourist crowds.

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What is the official language of Australia?

English


Australia has no official language. Although it is true, however, that English has been entrenched as the de facto national language since European settlement. Australian English is a major variety of the language with a distinctive pronunciation and lexicon and differs slightly from other varieties of English in grammar and spelling. General Australian serves as the standard dialect.



According to the 2016 census, English is the only language spoken in the home for close to 73% of the population. The next most common languages spoken at home are: Mandarin (2.5%), Arabic (1.4%), Cantonese (1.2%), Vietnamese (1.2%), Italian (1.2%), Greek (1.0%), Hindi (0.7%), Spanish (0.6%) and Punjabi (0.6%).



Over 250 Indigenous Australian languages are thought to have existed at the time of first European contact, of which less than 20 are still in daily use by all age groups. About 110 others are spoken exclusively by older people. At the time of the 2006 census, 52,000 Indigenous Australians, representing 12% of the Indigenous population, reported that they spoke an Indigenous language at home. Australia is home to many sign languages, its most widespread is known as Auslan, which is the main language of about 5,500 people. Other sign languages include the various manual Indigenous languages like Eltye eltyarrenke, Rdaka-rdaka, and Yolŋu Sign Language. There is also a language descended from Irish Sign Language that has influenced Auslan called Australian Irish Sign Language, which has ceased to be taught in 1953, spoken by small communities around the country.


Immigrant languages

There has been a steady decline in the percentage of Australians who speak only English at home since at least 2001. According to the 2001 census, English was the only language spoken in the home for around 80% of the population. By the 2006 census it had fallen to close to 79%, while in the 2011 census, that number had fallen to 76.8%. According to the 2016 census, English is the only language spoken in the home for close to 72.7% of the population. The next most common languages spoken at home are A considerable proportion of first- and second-generation migrants are bilingual.

1.Mandarin (2.5%)

2.Arabic (1.4%)

3.Cantonese (1.2%)

4.Vietnamese (1.2%)

5.Italian (1.2%)

6.Greek (1.0%)

7.Hindi (0.7%)

8.Spanish (0.6%)

9.Punjabi (0.6%).


Australian English has a unique accent and vocabulary. Collectively, Australians have more than 200 spoken languages. In the 2011 census, 76.8% Australian spoke English at home. Mandarin is the biggest non-English dialect spoken in Australia.

Why do Australians speak English?

Australia is an English speaking country due to the fact that, in 1788, it was colonised by the British. I have read that Australia is becoming much more Asia- as opposed to Euro-centric, and this may have an impact upon languages spoken, particularly in business, as time progresses.