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Australia trip within 10 days with a limited budget

Australia trip within 10 days with a limited budget
Australia trip within 10 days with a limited budget

A 30-day trip to Australia can be planned with a limited budget by following these steps:

  1. Book flights to Sydney, the most popular tourist destination in Australia, as early as possible to take advantage of lower prices. Round trip flights from the US can cost around $1000 to $1500 USD depending on the location and time of purchase.
  2. Once in Sydney, take a train or bus to your accommodation. Budget accommodations can be found for around $50 to $70 USD per night.
  3. On the first day, explore Sydney by visiting the iconic Sydney Opera House and Sydney Harbour Bridge. You can also visit the Royal Botanic Garden Sydney and Taronga Zoo.
  4. On the second day, take a day trip to the Blue Mountains, which is around 100km from Sydney. You can take a train or bus for around $30 USD and enjoy the beautiful scenery and hiking trails.
  5. On the third day, take a train or bus to Melbourne, which is around 8 hours from Sydney. Accommodation in Melbourne can be found for around $50 to $70 USD per night.
  6. On the fourth day, explore Melbourne by visiting the famous Federation Square, St. Paul’s Cathedral and the Melbourne Museum.
  7. On the fifth day, take a day trip to the Great Ocean Road, which is around 2 hours from Melbourne. You can take a bus or drive and enjoy the beautiful scenery and beaches along the way.
  8. On the sixth day, take a flight to the tropical city of Cairns, which is the gateway to the Great Barrier Reef. Flights cost around $200 to $300 USD and accommodation can be found for around $50 to $70 USD per night.
  9. On the seventh day, take a day trip to the Great Barrier Reef and go snorkeling or diving. The cost for a day trip is around $200 USD.
  10. On the eighth day, take a flight to Perth, which is the capital of Western Australia. Flights cost around $300 to $400 USD and accommodation can be found for around $50 to $70 USD per night.
  11. On the ninth day, explore Perth by visiting Kings Park and Botanic Garden, the Perth Mint and the Western Australian Museum.
  12. On the tenth day, take a day trip to the nearby Pinnacles Desert, which is around 2 hours from Perth. You can take a bus or drive and enjoy the beautiful scenery and hiking trails.
  13. On the eleventh day, take a flight to the city of Adelaide, which is the capital of South Australia. Flights cost around $200 to $300 USD and accommodation can be found for around $50 to $70 USD per night.
  14. On the twelfth day, explore Adelaide by visiting the Adelaide Botanic Garden, the Art Gallery of South Australia and the South Australian Museum.
  15. On the thirteenth day, take a day trip to the nearby Barossa Valley, which is known for its wineries and beautiful scenery. You can take a bus or drive and enjoy the wine tasting and local produce.
  16. On the fourteenth day, take a flight to the city of Brisbane, which is the capital of Queensland. Flights cost around $200 to $300 USD and accommodation can be found for around $50 to $70 USD per night.
  17. On the fifteenth day, explore Brisbane by visiting the South Bank Parklands, the Queensland Museum and the Gallery of Modern Art.
  18. On the sixteenth day, take a day trip to the nearby Moreton Island, which is known for its beautiful beaches and sand dunes. You can take a ferry or boat for around $50 USD and enjoy snorkeling, swimming and sandboarding.
  1. On the seventeenth day, take a flight to the city of Darwin, which is the capital of the Northern Territory. Flights cost around $300 to $400 USD and accommodation can be found for around $50 to $70 USD per night.
  2. On the eighteenth day, explore Darwin by visiting the Darwin Botanic Gardens, the Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory and the Darwin Waterfront.
  3. On the nineteenth day, take a day trip to the nearby Litchfield National Park, which is known for its beautiful waterfalls and swimming holes. You can take a bus or drive and enjoy the scenic nature and hiking trails.
  4. On the twentieth day, take a flight to the city of Hobart, which is the capital of Tasmania. Flights cost around $200 to $300 USD and accommodation can be found for around $50 to $70 USD per night.
  5. On the twenty-first day, explore Hobart by visiting the Hobart Botanic Gardens, the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery and the Hobart Historic Walking Tour.
  6. On the twenty-second day, take a day trip to the nearby Port Arthur Historic Site, which is known for its history and well-preserved convict ruins. You can take a bus or drive and enjoy the scenic nature and historical tours.
  7. On the twenty-third day, take a flight back to Sydney and spend the last 7 days exploring the city and its surroundings. You can visit the Bondi Beach, Coogee Beach, and the Darling Harbour.

Overall the cost would be around $3000 to $4000 USD (depending on the cost of flight and accommodation)

Note: The prices are approximate, and may vary depending on factors such as time of year and availability of transportation and accommodations.

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