A Beginner’s Guide To Travelling Australia As An Urbanite

Australia is an urban wonderland for those who prefer to take their holidays in the comfort of more metropolitan environments. While much of the country is filled with vast expanses of rural towns and rugged wilderness, there are numerous cities that offer much to explore for both Australian locals and international adventurers.

However, newcomers to Australia’s urban scene may need some guidance on navigating the landscape. Although there is excitement and adventure wherever you choose to go, there are some places that are best suited to newbie travellers. There are also some tips that are immensely useful for travellers who prefer urban adventuring.

Let’s look at some of the things you need to know about travelling through Australia’s dynamic urban environments.

Take Out Some Travel Insurance

Even if you are a local and think that you know the lay of the land and you have local support, it is still important to take out travel insurance for domestic travel. Travel insurance keeps any urban traveller safe from the uncertainties and risks that are an inherent part of any city-based adventure. From lost baggage at the airport to rental car vehicle excess, travel insurance can ensure that you are reimbursed for many different inconveniences that can pop up throughout your trip depending on the level of cover you have arranged.

Be sure to do your due diligence and find the right travel insurance, at an affordable price, that suits the needs of urban travellers best.

Set A Travel Budget

Typically, urban travelling is more expensive than sticking to the countryside. This is true in Australia like almost everywhere else. Tolls and parking fees can start to add up. There are also generally premiums on the pricing for things like accommodations, entertainment, and dining that do not exist in less frequented areas of the country. This is simply the law of supply and demand at work.

What this boils down to is that you need to make sure that your travel budget is sufficient to cover the basics, and a few extras, if you want to have an unforgettable urban travel experience.

Plan Out Some Fun Activities

The best part about urban adventuring in Australia is that there are many different activities to choose from. Depending on the precise city that you choose to visit, there are sure to be innumerable museums, galleries, urban parks, and other tourist-friendly attractions to enjoy. In Australia, there are also bound to be beaches nearby that are perfect for lounging or even trying your hand at surfing or snorkelling. Near Sydney, for example, Bondi Beach represents a welcome reprieve for even the most enthusiastic urban adventurer.

Choose The Right City

There is an Australian city that is ideal for all types of urban travellers. Adelaide, for example, is great for those who want to begin their trip in a calmer way. With many green spaces and quiet cafes to choose from, you can settle into a more extensive tour of the country. Darwin is great for getting a taste of cosmopolitan Australia and is highly multicultural. Sydney is well-known for its Opera House and other famous landmarks. It is an absolute must-see for any urban enthusiast. Perth is less well-known than other major Australian cities, but it is also a great choice for those who want to get a taste of the country’s music scene and nightlife.

Enjoy Your Urban Holiday

Australia has much to offer for those who prefer to take their holidays in urban environments. Keeping the tips outlined here in mind will help you to plan out the perfect trip in the country this year. Be sure to keep an open mind and take advantage of everything that Australia’s cities have to offer.

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