Transport in Australia

Two major airlines provide international and regional access to Australia and its environs: Qantas, Australia’s oldest and largest airline, and Virgin Blue, a low-fare carrier. Qantas has recommenced its Airbus A380 services, operating between Australia and the United Kingdom and using the air hubs in Sydney, Singapore and London. Overseas cruises are also a popular way to see Australia. Holland America Line, Princess Cruises and Royal Caribbean, all offer cruises to Australia across the Pacific. Driving in Australia is a very popular pastime, allowing for fantastic rural, outback and city driving. Coastal highways offer beautiful scenery and the Outback has wide-open spaces for driving. Road conditions may be difficult in less-populated and remote areas. Foreign licenses are valid in Australia for three months, if the license is not in English, then an International Driving Permit must be acquired in the home country of the visitor.

Transport organisations in Australia
Ansett Australia
Australia Western Railroad
Australian Volleyball Federation
Blue Mountains Tourism Ltd
Bowls Australia
Canberra Airport
Central Australian Tourism Industry Association
CityRail
Cycling Australia
Emirates
Football Federation Australia Ltd
Golden Eagle Airlines
Holland America Line
Martial Arts Australia
Metro
National Transport Commission
Pacific National
Perth Airport
Qantas Airwarys Ltd
Queensland Department of Transport
Queensland Tourist and Travel Corporation
Royal Brunei Airlines
Royal Caribbean - Sydney Office
Skywest Airlines
Swimming Australia
Sydney Ferries
Thomson Coachlines
Tourism Australia
Tourism Victoria
Tourism Western Australia
Virgin Blue