Australia is a beautiful country, with so much to offer. If you’re planning on visiting Australia, here are some things to know before you get there:
The Australian weather is something you need to get used to.
Every Australian has a story about the weather. It’s one of those things that will change your life here, and it’s best to be prepared for it.
The climate varies from region to region, and even within cities. In some places you’ll find hot summers and mild winters; in others, temperatures are extreme year-round or there are periods of drought followed by floods or cyclones (hurricanes).
The seasons generally start with autumn (March-April), winter (June-August), spring (September-November) and summer (December-February). But don’t let that fool you: even within these seasons there can be huge variations in temperature–and they change quickly! You might wake up one morning thinking it’s going to be sunny all day only for it rain heavily later on when you least expect it!
The Australian lifestyle is laid back and relaxed.
Australians are very friendly and relaxed. They are less formal than Americans, so you can expect a lot more casual greetings and conversations. Australians tend to be less rigid about punctuality, so if you’re running late for an appointment or meeting, don’t worry about it!
When it comes to dress code in Australia, there’s no need for suits and ties or high heels–just wear what makes you comfortable! This applies both when visiting someone’s home or going out on the town; Australians tend not to fuss over what others are wearing as long as they look presentable (i.e., no ripped jeans). Social interaction between males and females is also much more relaxed here; men will often hold doors open for women without hesitation and offer their seat on public transportation if needed–even if the woman isn’t his wife/girlfriend!
Australia’s indigenous population has strong cultural ties with the land.
If you’re lucky enough to visit Australia, you’ll want to learn about the local culture and customs. The country’s indigenous population has strong cultural ties with the land. They have lived in Australia for thousands of years and developed their own way of life based on their relationship with nature.
There are many amazing places to visit in Australia.
Australia is home to some of the most beautiful and diverse landscapes in the world. The Great Barrier Reef is one of the seven wonders of the natural world, with more than 2,900 individual reefs and 900 islands spread over an area larger than Greece. The Blue Mountains are home to lush greenery and several waterfalls that flow throughout winter into spring. Uluru (also known as Ayers Rock) stands alone on an arid plain in central Australia and can be seen from space; it’s sacred ground for Aboriginal people who have inhabited this land for thousands of years.
The Great Ocean Road winds along Victoria’s southwest coast through a spectacular landscape dotted with beaches, caves and forests before ending at its namesake–the Twelve Apostles limestone stacks jutting out into Bass Strait like fingers pointing toward heaven itself! Bondi Beach offers surfers their chance at catching some waves while they sip their morning coffee overlooking Sydney Harbour Bridge; Melbourne offers plenty of culture including art galleries, museums and shows ranging from comedy clubs all over town!
Australians aren’t afraid of cold weather!
Australia is a big country, with a wide range of climates. The southern parts of Australia are known for their warm weather and beaches, while the northern areas are famous for their snow-capped mountains and icy lakes.
Australians are used to hot and cold weather, but they don’t like the cold very much! They know how to dress for the weather though so don’t worry about them freezing on your next trip here!
If you’re an American thinking about visiting Australia, these are some things you should know before you come
If you’re an American thinking about visiting Australia, these are some things you should know before you come:
- The weather is different. It’s hot in summer and cold in winter. In between those times, it’s just kind of humid and sticky. If this doesn’t sound appealing to you, then maybe Australia isn’t for you!
- The culture is different from ours as well; in America we’re all about individualism and freedom of choice while Australians tend to be more communal (and less rude). So if someone offers their seat on the bus or train for example – don’t ignore them! Because it would be rude not too accept such an offer of kindness from another person… right?
Australia is a great place to visit, and it has so much to offer! If you’re thinking about visiting this country, make sure that you know what kind of weather you can expect and how laid back their lifestyle is before coming. It will help make your trip more enjoyable if you know what to expect when visiting Australia