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Active Holiday Ideas for a Family Trip to Australia

There are so many great family destinations for you and your family to visit, depending on your goals, aims and business trip ideas. Nonetheless, if you aim for something diverse, educational and adventurous, yet safe, at the same time, you can’t go wrong with Australia. This is a place with so many different parks of nature, beautiful countryside and much, much, more. On the other hand, due to the fact that this is still a first world country, you won’t be restricted to natural wonders exclusively. What we mean by this is the fact that Australia is a home to so many theme parks, as well. Needless to say, there are several active holiday ideas for a family trip to Australia.

A road trip across Australia

The first thing you can try out is making a commute into an item on this list and going on a road trip across Australia. For this, nonetheless, you need a reliable vehicle and going with car rental company is probably your safest bet. Still, for this to work you need to start by checking your vehicle. Sure, an accident or a malfunction can happen even when you’re in a vehicle on your own, yet, it’s far more devastating if such a thing were to happen while your entire family was in the car.

Second, you need a fun itinerary, which means visiting places that have something for every single person in the car. If your kids are big enough, you can even include them in the process by offering them several options they can choose from. This democratization of trip planning might bring a family closer together. Finally, if you’re traveling with a particularly young child/children, it would be smart to find a vehicle with an infotainment system.


Another thing you could do is take your kids for a snorkeling trip that they’ve always dreamed of. Truth be told, this would more likely have been your dream than theirs, yet, what better way is there to make them love this hobby of yours? Australia is a country enveloped with oceans from both sides and the majority of its population lives in a coastal region. As such, it is a home to some of the best snorkeling destinations in the world, from Cairns to Port Douglas and Coral Bay. Still, it would be smart to teach your kids some basics beforehand, in the pool. Lastly, due to the fact that they might need gear that’s somewhat smaller than a standard one, you might want to bring your own scuba equipment, instead of relying on rental one.

Observing east coast marine life

While taking your kids to the zoo or showing them a documentary demonstrating wildlife might help bring them closer to this amazing phenomenon of nature, there are better, more efficient ways to do so. One of them is taking your kids to the east coast of Australia where they can admire the amazing marine life. Needless to say, the Great Barrier Reef is probably the best place to do so. Why? Well, because it is, on its own, the largest living thing on earth. As such, it is a sight that you won’t be able to encounter anywhere else. Moreover, it’s close to Sydney, which is a massive advantage for any tourist, to begin with.

Visit a theme park

Lastly, if you aim to do something fun first and educational second, you should probably consider visiting a theme park. Here, you have a great variety to choose from, nonetheless, if visiting a theme park is your main objective, you need to keep in mind that Gold Coast is definitely a place you want to go to. First of all, it’s a home to the amazing Sea World, as well as the amazing, yet still underrated Wet’n’Wild. Moreover, it’s also a home to the Dreamworld, which is, next to the Luna Park Sydney, probably the most popular place in the whole of Australia.

In conclusion

The reason why we picked these four ideas is due to the fact that you don’t actually have to choose between them. This is due to the fact that you can visit them all in one go and still get some room to further customize your trip.

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