Private jet to Australia: how to travel comfortably to and from England
Fly to Australia in comfort and luxury with Fast Private Jet
Would you like to discover the beauties of Australia by flying in comfort and luxury?
Indeed, you can enjoy an intercontinental flight and make the most of your time.
Are you wondering how?
Keep reading this article, I'm sure it's the right one for you.
Three reasons why you should choose a charter flight to visit Australia
Since it takes almost a day to reach Australia, it could be challenging to find the perfect flight able to match your agenda.
Mostly, you are obliged to lay over and adapt your trip – or even shorten it! – to take the right coincidence.
With Fast Private Jet, you can decide the date and the time for both the outward and the return flight, meaning you won't have to adapt to the airline availability!
Secondly, you won't have to do long and exhausting queues at the airport that always take an extreme amount of time. In fact, you can arrive just half an hour before take-off, while we will take care of the rest.
Our staff will lead you to a reserved area where you will be able to embark luggage and pass control security in total discretion.
Once you are on board, you can relax thanks to our extra services, such as:
- Beauty treatments and massages
- Catering service with barman and chef on board
- Business set-up to work during the flight
- Cosy chair and sound cinema effect
- Luxury suites to take a break and sleep during the flight
Finally, the third reason why you should choose a charter flight is that you can decide to travel with whomever you want: by yourself, with your partner, with your whole family, or even with your co-workers!
Therefore, every wish will be fulfilled.
Discovering Australia: the top ten you cannot miss
1. Sydney Opera House
The symbol of Sydney is the Opera House, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the world's most famous architectural icons.
The Royal Botanic Gardens surround the structure, which was completed in 1973 designed by Danish architect Jørn Utzon.
Visitors can enjoy the Australian experience by eating in one of the Sydney Opera House restaurants and taking in the view of the bay. For photography enthusiasts, the best place from which to capture the beauty of the Royal Opera House is Mrs Macquarie's Chair, a rock structure within the Royal Botanic Gardens.
2. Great Barrier Reef
Arguably one of the most famous nature attractions in Australia, the Great Barrier Reef is the ultimate destination for those who want to discover the local wildlife.
Diving and snorkelling enthusiasts will find a true marine paradise.
3. Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park
In the heart of Australia's Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, the rocky structure of Uluru, known as Ayers Rock, is one of the world's most photographed natural wonders.
The Anangu Aborigines take care of the red monolith, which, at 348 metres high, is a sacred place in Aboriginal mythology. Within the park, Kata Tjuta is another rocky massif with an intense red colouring.
A tour of the park with experienced rangers is a must for those still undecided on what to see in Australia.
4. Sydney Harbour Bridge
Along with the Sydney Opera House, the Sydney Harbour Bridge is one of Australia's most famous architectural landmarks.
The bridge was completed in 1932, a full 40 years before the Opera House was built. The structure reaches a height of 134 metres and links the northern part of Sydney with the financial centre.
Those interested in its history can visit its museum.
5. Blue Mountains National Park
About 81 km west of Sydney stands another UNESCO World Heritage Site: the Blue Mountains National Park.
The name comes from the blue colouration of the mist generated by the many eucalyptus trees that populate the park.
Waterfalls and Aboriginal rock carvings make this nature reserve a must-see for anyone planning a trip to Australia. The park is known for its rock structures called the Three Sisters.
6. Daintree National Park
The Daintree National Park in Queensland is the perfect place to visit one of the oldest ecosystems on earth.
The park is located within an area owned by the Kuku Yalanji Aboriginal people, and many of the natural beauty of the area is sacred.
The park, divided into two parts called Mossman Gorge and Cape Tribulation, is a natural paradise of biodiversity that includes 18,000 species of plants and many species of animals.
7. Fraser Island
Located on the east coast of Australia opposite Brisbane, Fraser Island is notorious for its sandy beaches. Highlights include the natural lakes called Champagne Pools.
The island is home to more than 300 species of birds, and can also be visited from the outside via ferry tours that depart from Rainbow Beach and Hervey Bay.
8. Kakadu National Park
The ultimate place to see Aboriginal art, Kakadu National Park is a must-see for nature lovers and those who want to learn more about Aboriginal culture.
9. Great Ocean Road
If you dream of Australia and don't want to miss out on a coast-to-coast trip, the Great Ocean Road is a must-see.
At 300 km long, the road stretches from Torquay on the south-east coast to Allansford near Warrnambool in Victoria. For those who choose this route, a must-see is Port Campbell National Park, famous for its rock sculptures called the 'Twelve Apostles'.
10. Kangaroo Island
Kangaroo Island is another unmissable nature attraction to admire the cute koalas and typical kangaroos up close. If you go to the island, you must visit Reeves Point, which was once one of the first places in Australia to be colonized by Europeans.
In this article, we had a look at the main reasons why you should decide to fly with Fast Private Jet, along with the best places to visit in Australia.
If you would like to know more about the prices and the procedures, go to our website, www.fastprivatejet.com, and click on the 'Book' button to ask for a free quote.
We will be glad to help you organise your flight and stay in Australia.
Hope to see you soon