Experience Australia In A Whole New Way
Enjoy new stays, experiences and festivals in Australia
Australia has always been a very popular holiday destination for a lot of Malaysians. With so many new experiences, events and stays lined up for your enjoyment, there is always something to experience in the land down under. Here are some fun-filled ways and places to consider for your next trip to Oz.
Upcoming Festivals And Events
Get ready for a month of exciting festivals imbued with life, light, history, and the essence of the Land Down Under. With a variety of unique experiences available in April, experience Australia like never before.
This includes Parrtjima, a festival in light at Alice Springs, Northern Territory featuring ten nights of incredible light installations from a number of Aboriginal artists.There’s sting Australia at Adelaide/Tarntanya, South Australia which is the country’s longest running eating and drinking festival and more.
Explore New Experiences
Take on a multi-faceted journey filled with memorable insights, immense wonder, rich history, and unforgettable beauty. See Australia from new perspectives with these experiences including the very unique Pentridge Tours at Melbourne, Victoria where the infamous Pentridge Prison opens its gates to the public with Tours.
On a more positive note, on your next trip to Australia, you could also consider Cultural Cruise at Sydney/Warrane, New South Wales, where a Tribal Warrior has added a new experience to their catalogue with the addition of Cultural Cruise.
Hip New Places to Eat and Drink
For a culinary adventure that awakens your taste buds, look no further than Australia’s very own establishments. From an educational coffee experience to a seafood extravaganza, discover the different local flavours at these hip new dining spots including Beau at Sydney/Warrane, New South Wales.This hidden gem is an intimate restaurant featuring a bar and kitchen dining.
Exciting New Stays
On top of that, no matter what your plans are, look no further for your home away from home, the most exciting in Australia being The Lodge at Seppeltsfield at Barossa Valley, South Australia, where you can immerse yourself in one of The country’s most historic wine regions.
Alternatively, when in Australia, you can stay at the Capella Sydney at Sydney, New South Wales, where the Department of Education building in Sydney’s Sandstone Precinct reawakens as Capella Sydney with eight levels and 192 guestrooms and suites.
So the next time you are in Australia, don’t forget to check out some of these places.