Australia is a rich country in many ways. The quality of life in the land down under is second to none, its people are friendly and easy going, there are coffee shops serving great cosmopolitan food at every other corner, pristine beaches line up the coast from North to South and all the way around to the West, the land is graced by superb vineyards producing fine wine, not to mention the kangaroos and koalas, and the list keeps getting longer…
It is no wonder why millions of tourists pilgrimage here every year, knowing with great certainty they are set up for the holidays of a lifetime. Regardless of the time of year and destination, it could be summer in the south-east or winter in the west. Perhaps spring in the south? The odds seem to be always in favor of the holidaymakers.
In this happy-go-lucky holiday spirit, we list below three top destinations for your timeshare experience in Australia that are sure to make you want to come back every season – be it summer, winter, spring or autumn.
Now, before we are accused of being too obvious, lazy, or lacking originality, let us pose a question: does Hotel Brunswick ring a bell?
If not, then all the more reason to keep the Gold Coast on top of your holiday list. Well, not solely because of Hotel Brunswick. The point we are trying to get at is that there still are things around the area which deserve to be explored further – albeit, yes, Brunswick Heads is located south of the border. What brings the realization that the Gold Coast is a pretty strategic place: it is within an hour from the mountains, small beach towns and its urban cousin, Brisbane. Contradictorily, once on the Gold Coast, there aren´t really many reasons to go elsewhere. It is hard to argue against the 70 kilometers of coastline and 300 days of sunshine. Just do the math and you´ll see how it adds up!
Elizabeth beach and Blueys beach are two of the most charming little beaches around the Mid North Coast region of New South Wales. Located in the township of Pacific Palms, it’s the perfect location for those who don’t want to go too far but need to get away from the hustle and bustle of the big cities. If driving from Sydney, for example, it will be a pleasant trip of just over three hours, which you can break up into two parts by stopping for a coffee in Newcastle along the way. It’s a great place for surfing, sunbathing, and restoring your inner balance. Once you feel like you have recharged your batteries and need a little more action, why not go to Forster for dinner and a few beers? But before you do that, make sure to check Cellito beach, and you might want to stick around a little longer.
Located just about an hour south of Perth, this charming little town offers a great supply of wines from the nearby wineries, pristine beaches and great golf courses for you to improve on your rainmaker and putting skills alike on your away across the green to a respectable handicap. And what a fabulous combination this is, going to the beach in the morning, hitting the golf courses in the afternoon, and topping all up with great quality wine before pressing repeat. Not to mention the award-winning marina by the Murray River, for those who are into boating and sailing. Shall we say that West is Best? Yes, we shall.