Private jet charter to Australia
Australia is so large it offers pretty much everything you could dream of, plus some things you probably haven’t seen before. Home to both the iconic Uluru, also known as Ayers Rock, and the equally famous Great Barrier Reef, Australia can only really be seen by chartering. From tropical Queensland in the east, and Sydney and Tasmania in the south, across the dusty red heart and untamed outback to the west, where you can dive with whale sharks, simply charter a private jet to Australia with Air Charter Service and explore.
Sydney is probably Australia’s best known city, located in New South Wales, its home to the iconic Opera House and Harbour Bridge as well as plenty of shopping, dining and a booming café culture. This is also where you’ll find Bondi Beach, one of the most famous beaches in the world. Popular with locals and tourists alike, its great swathe of golden sand is busy throughout the week with sun worshippers and surfers. Do pay attention to any flags you see and be mindful of other surfers if you do head out.
Melbourne is another of Australia’s most popular cities and for good reason. Not only is the city a joy to explore, but nearby you’ve got the Great Ocean Road, the beautiful wineries of the Yarra Valley and Gippsland, a stretch of untouched coastline perfect for hiking and exploration. Within the city you’ll find plenty to see and do, with shopping and dining two top pastimes. You could also cycle the bayside, explore the laneways or take a seat at one of the many sporting events the city hosts.
Cairns is the gateway to the Great Barrier Reef and an entirely beguiling city. Surrounded by rainforest, savannah and with the ocean on its doorstep, it offers the best of the outdoors, with a lovely cosmopolitan heart home to amazing dining, shopping and beaches. Exploring the Great Barrier Reef is easy, whether you join a dive boat for a few days, take a snorkelling day trip or enjoy a helicopter flight, it’s stunning for all angles.
Australia is so vast that chartering across it simply makes sense. There are airports in most of the cities and big tourist areas, as well as smaller ones in those harder to reach, lesser visited spots. To find out which airports suit your itinerary best, you can take a look at our Airport Finder or get in contact with a member of our team.