Sequencing Your Stops in Australia

Now that you’ve decided which places you’d like to visit in Australia, the next issue becomes in what order to travel to these different places.

This is something that is seldom much of an issue when traveling in smaller countries, because there is more clearly a best order to visit the places.

But in Australia you not only have great distances to cover, but you also have a huge range of different types of travel experience, ranging from high energy city stops to low energy nature retreats, that need to be organized into a more coherent and cohesive whole, providing some sort of consistent flow of experiences.

The next section of our Australia Travel Planning series, now published, gives you suggestions on how best to sequence your stops in Australia.

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