With international travel off the cards and more boarders opening up we're so excited to get out and about these holidays! With so many awesome travel destinations just under our noses, we're really spoilt for choices when it comes to planning a staycation. We've done some sifting and have come up with the creme de la creme. If you're super keen to do some exploring and haven't made any plans yet, it's not too late! Read on for your top 5 staycation locations.
One. Byron Bay (NSW)
If you hadn't heard the buss about Byron, then let's just say that this place has something for everyone. This unique place is an idyllic holiday getaway with it's spectacular beaches, delicious dining experiences and plenty of adorable hinterland towns to discover.
Two. South Coast (NSW)
For a spendid seaside family holiday just a stone throw from Sydney, check out the South Coast! This area is famous for it's breathtaking beaches, freshly shucked oysters, curious seals, laid-bacl coastal towns and world famous surf breaks. The South Coast stretches from Wolllongong, through Kiama and Jervis Bay, down to the Merimbula.
Three. Mornington Peninsula (VIC)
The Mornington Peninsula is one chic wine region with its blend of galleries, spas and cafe's in breezy seaside villages. Break up you boutique wine tasting and delicious gourmet delights with beautiful walking traits and cycle paths through the hinterland or even take the kids tree surfing.
Four. Airlie Beach & Whitsunday Islands (QLD)
Airlie Beach is a wonderful coastal town of palm-fringed beaches, waterfront parks and alfresco resturants. It's also the gateway to your island holiday in the Whitsundays or the tropical rainforests and waterfalls in Conway National Park.
Five. West Coasts (TAS)
In Tasmania's western wilds Queenstown is your perfect stepping of point for some epic explorations of one of Australia's last true wilderness frontiers. Cradle Mountain is part of the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area which is renowned for its rugged mountains, ancient rain forests and health.