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  • Australia All inclusive holidays

    To many Brits, Australian culture is synonymous with Alf Stewart calling someone a 'flaming galah', but all-inclusive holidays in Australia give you the chance to see a very different side to this vast country-continent, whose indigenous population has had a major impact on its modern day heritage in a way that is not often seen in other countries where European settlers have displaced earlier inhabitants. In Australia, the landscape is on a scale rarely seen elsewhere either, and whether you take photos or videos, or just go to see the sights with your own eyes, you'll soon understand how this led to the concept of the Australian Aboriginal 'Dreamtime' and its rich mythology.

    Britain by the beach

    Of course, Australia has much in common with Britain, and cheap all-inclusive holidays to Australia give you the ideal opportunity to experience what the UK might be like if it was bathed in year-round sunshine and warmer temperatures. It's a barbecue culture, symbolised perfectly by the gleaming white spires of Sydney Opera House like the sails of yachts moored in the harbour. January 26th - in the midst of the Southern Hemisphere's summer - even still celebrates the British arrival in Australia, as this is the date in 1788 when the first fleet made landfall at Port Jackson.

    Tastes not to miss

    All-inclusive holidays in Australia give you a good amount of control over what you eat, when, and how much of it you get, so take the chance to try something new. Emu and crocodile meat are often on the menu, as is kangaroo - which are so abundant in Australia that they are widely regarded as a pest. Local fruits and green vegetables provide some balance alongside the meat, and the British concept of 'meat and two veg' survives in the form of the Sunday roast, which is as much of an occasion for many Australian families as it is back in England.

    Why choose cheap all-inclusive holidays in Australia?

    Australia is vast - you can't experience it all in one trip, so the best alternative is to enjoy the part of it you visit in full detail. All-inclusive holidays to Australia put budget worries on the backburner, so you can focus on experiencing the local landscape, cuisine and hospitality to its fullest extent at no extra cost.

    Why choose an all-inclusive holiday to Australia?

    Choosing an all-inclusive holiday to Australia is the best way to enjoy every minute in this fantastic country without having to worry about a thing. Australians are famously good at relaxing and now you can join them, safe in the knowledge that your meals, drinks and accommodation have already been paid for. With so much to discover, from the vast expanses of the country's interior to its cosmopolitan coastal cities – it makes sense to take care of all the basics before you arrive. An all-inclusive holiday to Australia provides the perfect framework for your adventure.

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