Traveling by plane is the best way to cover Australia’s long distances in a short time. Australian national airlines, such as Qantas, Virgin Australia, Jetstar, Tiger Airways and Rex, serve all state capitals and major regional cities, making it easy to travel between Australia’s major destinations. Competition between national airlines ensures that you can take advantage of highly affordable fares, especially if you book in advance.

Bus travel in Australia is comfortable, efficient and reasonably priced. Buses usually have air conditioning, reading lights, reclining seats and free WiFi. Greyhound, the Australian national bus line, offers “hop-on hop off” tickets (that is, you can get on and off the bus with the same ticket) for the most famous streets, tickets for short journeys and flexible tickets based on the total number of kilometers you want to travel.

Australia has an extensive network of well-maintained roads and offers some of the most beautiful road trips in the world. Follow the Great Ocean Road in Victoria as it embraces our spectacular southeastern coast, or experience Australia’s Red Center on a legendary journey through the desert. You will find various car rental companies in the main airports and central urban locations; rent a car, off-road vehicle, caravan or motorbike and get on the road.

Traveling by train is a convenient, convenient and scenic way to explore Australia. TrainLink operates services between Sydney and the regional centers of New South Wales and along the east coast of Australia to Melbourne, Brisbane and Canberra. V-Line trains connect Melbourne with the regional centers of Victoria, Queensland Rail covers Queensland and TransWA Western Australia.

Discover spectacular train journeys, such as the Ghan and Indian Pacific, which travel the entire continent offering comfort and a sense of nostalgic romanticism. The Indian Pacific travels between Sydney and Perth, stopping at Broken Hill, Adelaide and Kalgoorlie; the legendary Ghan travels between Adelaide and Darwin, entering the Australian Red Center and the tropical Top End.