5 Important points to keep in mind during Australia 's visit

Experts advice is to learn about all the attractions in Australia before your plan  a trip to Australia. Climbing the Sydney Harbour Bridge, surfing at Bondi Beach, driving the Great Ocean Road, having fun at the theme parks on the Gold Coast and scuba diving the Great Barrier Reef. Chances are you'll need to have a fat wallet in order to see and do all of these things.

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Sydney is a cosmopolitan city surrounded by iconic beaches, world heritage sites, and acclaimed wine regions. Besides being Australia’s largest city, Sydney is also its most visited. (And, contrary to popular belief, not the country’s capital!) With an incredible variety of attractions and sights to see, it’s easy to see why people come here and stay a while—try to stay at least a week if you can. As you will see, there is a lot to do in Sydney. It’s worth a long stay.

Australia’s currency is Australian Dollars (AUD) and currency exchange is available at banks, hotels and international airports. The most commonly accepted credit cards are American Express, Bankcard, Diners Club, MasterCard, Visa, JCB and their affiliates. Try this handy currency converter. Hostels range from $27-34 USD for a dorm room while private rooms cost around $80 USD per night.

Average Cost of Food
Cheap meals like sandwiches, burgers, and sushi can be found for under $10. Most restaurant meals will cost between $20-30. Meals on the harbor will cost a bit more because of all the tourists and great views. If you cook you own food, you can spend between $50-80 per week.

Transportation Costs
Sydney’s transport system is made up of trains, buses, and ferries. Bus fares depend on the number of zones you travel with adult fares beginning at $1. Fares also vary slightly based on the time of day and the number of passengers. Taxi’s are fairly easy to flag down and inexpensive if you’re in a pinch or aren't in the mood to navigate public transport. There are taxi ranks at major points throughout the city.

You’ll find large department stores, arcades, malls, gift and souvenir shops across Australia. Trading hours vary across the country but shops in tourist and city areas are generally open until 6:00 pm, with the exception of late night shopping on either Thursdays or Fridays in different states. In Australia you are covered by Australia's consumer protection laws which require businesses to treat you fairly.

Travel If you have a disability and are planning to explore Australia, there is a host of services and special deals to meet your needs. Thorough preparation is essential to a successful trip, so speak to your travel agent about your specific requirements. Overall, Sydney is a very amazing and outstanding city to visit and spend your holidays or whenever you want to relax yourself.
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