The “People Power” Travel Superbook: Book 25. Australia Travel Guide
Australia is a huge country. If you show up without a plan of which part to visit, you'll waste time deciding what to do and possibly waste money by not booking in advance. Australia is in the southern hemisphere so the seasons are opposite to the seasons in the northern hemisphere. They have winter when North America and Europe have summer and summer when North America and Europe have winter so Christmastime is summer for them. Most of Australia has a temperate climate. Snow is rare, even in the winter. The northern part of Australia is quite hot, almost tropical. The seasons there are rainy, the wet time lasting from November to April and the dry time from May to October. Australia. is expensive. The air ticket is expensive right off the bat because it's so far away. Get some Australian cash before you go. Try #919.46 at the library.
- Publication Date
- Apr 23, 2014
- Travel & Adventure
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- By (author): Tony Kelbrat