5 Great Winter Day Trips in Australia 2020
If you are looking to take your group of friends or colleagues on a day trip this coming winter in Australia you may want some ideas to help you along. Which is why we have put together this list of great winter trips for 2020.
Winter is the perfect time to enjoy all the different colours of nature in Australia, and it differs from the rest of the world as it occurs in June and August. Then Spring comes after. The temperature can actually drop to below zero in some parts of the country in the south.
Taking a day trip during this part of the year is highly recommended as long as you have the correct travel partner. CoachHire are the experts in taking all manner of groups on different day trips all over Australia.
One of the greatest day trips to take if you happen to be located in northern Australia is to the Adelaide River close to Darwin. That is because if you are a fan of dangerous animals such as reptiles and crocodiles they can be seen in abundance around here.
The waterways in and around the state of Northern Australia are home to nearly ten thousand crocodiles. And getting on a boat and cruising in their habitat is the best possible way to get up close and study them.
Wildflowers of Perth
During the winter season over in Perth is a great time for lovers of flowers and horticulturalists to visit. This part of Western Australia during June and August there is a spectacular carpet of wildflowers that covers an area of almost 2.5 million square kilometers. This amazing colourful floral carpet is made up of more than 12,000 different types of wildflowers. And one of the best places to see this magnificent sight is at Kings Park.
This amazing botanical garden is at its best during the winter months and offers incredible examples of both flora and fauna that you can see in the whole of Australia.
The sprawling sands of the Simpson Visit make a perfect playground for a group activity or team building excursion. The vast sands are perfect for adventure and dune bashing in all manner of vehicles.
Located near Lake Eyre in South Australia, the Simpson Desert is perfect for offering a whole new environment to city dwellers. You can even take your own personal crusade and enjoy the thrills of this alien landscape.
Situated in Western Australia is the magnificent Ningaloo Reef which is perfect to visit during the winter months. The expansive reef is actually a World Heritage Site and covers around 250 kilometers of the Ningaloo Coast.
This natural wonder may not be as famous as the Great Barrier Reef but is still quite awesome in its own way. Whale Sharks can regularly be spotted in the waters around the reef as well as many species of exotic fish.
Associated with winter in many countries is snow, and by visiting the Cradle Mountain National Park visitors can visit a snowy wonderland. The Overland Track is completely covered in snow during winter and provides a fantastic winter experience for young and old alike.