September marks the beginning of spring in Australia and it is one of the best times to visit the ‘Land Down Under’. With temperature ranging between 11 – 20 degrees Celsius, it is the perfect time to soak in every moment in this beautiful tourist destination. Jacaranda & jasmine flowers pepper the street and the sun shines brightly to beat the winter blues.
If you are a lover of nature, art, food, festival, adventure or just about any refreshing experience, there are plenty of options to fill up your travel diary. Head to a car hire service in Australia, choose your ride and buckle up for a journey to remember.
Here is a list of things you can do during your spring holiday in Australia.
The Art and About Festival in Sydney
Quirky, creative and tastefully stimulating, the Art and About Festival in Sydney hosts several programs spread across the year.
Experience an exhilarating cabaret by the Art and About festival this September in The Nevada at The World Bar. The cabaret, titled ‘Hidden Sydney – The Glittering Mile’ will transport you to the bygone era of the mid 20th century .
Larapinta Trail in the Northern Territory
Are you one of those who think a holiday is incomplete without a trekking & camping expedition? If yes, then put on your boots and drive away to Alice Springs and reach the Larapinta Trail in the Northern Territory, Australia. The 223 kilometers stretch is divided into 12 sections, ranging from moderately easy to more challenging trails. The shortest trail is the one to Ormiston Gorge-Finke River (4 km) while the longest is the one to Serpentine Chalet Dam-Ormiston Gorge (28.6 km).
Noosa is a sub-tropical paradise in Queensland. Laden with sun-kissed beaches, tropical rainforests, beautiful bays and welcoming walking trails along the coast, Noosa has a very cool, pleasant charm of its own.. Enjoy a barbeque lunch in the Everglades , sip tea on Afternoon Tea Cruise, go on an overnight canoe and visit the World Heritage Site Fraser Island.
Mount Buller, Victoria
Located in the Alpine region of Victoria, Mount Buller is a smooth three-hour (approximately 200 km) drive away from Melbourne. Mt. Buller’s 740 acres of terrain is perfect for skiers, snowboarders and road cyclists. During your stay in The Mount Buller Alpine Resort, you can try your hand at horse riding, wine tasting and beer brewery.
Floriade Flower Festival, Canberra
The breathtaking blossoms at the Floriade Flower festival in the heart of Canberra will enthrall your senses. Visit any day between 17 September 2016 and 16 October 2016 to witness spring in all its glory. The festival is Canberra’s most celebrated annual tourism event.