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How to Reach Australia from India

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How to Reach Australia By Air

There are as many as ten international airports in Australia with Melbourne and Sydney being among the busiest of them while Brisbane, Adelaide, Perth and Gold Coast being popular options as well. There are numerous flights operating from India to Australia with carriers such as Thai Airways, Qantas Airways and Cathay Pacific to name a few. The only direct flight to Australia from India is operated by Air India and it is from New Delhi to Sydney and lasts 12 hours 25 minutes. There are some connecting flights which come close as well, such as the Thai Airways flight from Kolkata to Sydney, which is 13 and a half hours, including a half hour stop in Bangkok. Traveling by air is considered to be the best way to travel to Australia from India.

How to Reach Australia By Rail

There are no options to travel to Australia from India by train. However, within the country, it is possible to travel between cities such as Sydney, Canberra, Melbourne and Brisbane using train services.

How to Reach Australia By Sea

Although Australia is an island, there are no direct cruises from India to Australia. However, if you are planning to visit the nearby Pacific Islands or New Zealand first, there are cruises from these countries to cities in Australia like Melbourne and Sydney. If you are thinking of how to travel to Australia, then this could be a likely option should you come from these other countries.

Transportation in australia

By Air

The best way to travel within Australia is by flight. There are a few low-cost airlines which can help budget your travel as well, but these offer limited services such as no meals or you have to pay extra for carry-on luggage etc. Some of the well-known budget airlines in Australia are Jetstar, which is an offshoot of Qantas, Australia’s national airline and TigerAir. There are also region-specific airlines such as REX and SkyTrans.

Commuting within Australia

Australia maybe the smallest continent in the world, but it is still a large country (approximately 7.5 million square kilometres in size) and there are huge distances to be covered within the country itself. There are various options to travel between states and cities but it’s also important to remember the country is approximately 4000 kms from west to east and around 3200 kms from north to south. It takes around 9 hours to drive to Melbourne from Sydney, 10 hours to Brisbane, 15 hours to Adelaide and 41 hours to Perth if you’re looking for an indication of just how long road trips can take! Here’s a quick look at the different ways that you can travel within Australia and see as much as possible of this delightful continent.

By Road

Australia is an excellent country to explore by road as the highways that connect all the big cities are excellent and perfect for driving down. You can rent cars or even motorhomes to travel across cities and places in Australia. While the roads are well maintained, do make sure that you check the road conditions before driving down. Also, it’s imperative to make sure that you’re insured. It’s a good idea to hire a good four-wheel drive or even a van as it offers more options for travellers to pack camping gear etc. Motorhomes are also excellent if you’re travelling with family as you save money on accommodation.

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