The world’s largest island may seem rather far away from little England, but is definitely worth a visit at least once in your life. Kangaroo and koala cuddling opportunities aside, this cool country will entrance you with scrumptious food, astounding natural landmarks and a friendly, laid-back atmosphere that’s unlike anywhere we Serendipity guys and gals have ever experienced.

Australia welcomes Muslim travellers down under, with a wide variety of influences contributing to halal friendly travel around its plains. With the first mosque built in 1861, there are now more than 290 mosques (building more) throughout this island continent. In fact Muslim travellers to Australia will find access to mosques and prayer rooms not only in cities but even at certain tourist attractions and prayers halls available in all major Airports across Australia.

If wildlife is your thing, Australia has over 200,000 different animals to spot, including dingos, crocodiles and emus as well as the less well-known bandicoots (they really do exist). Let’s not forget the amazing Great Barrier Reef, stretching over 2600kms and you might get the chance to spot, Ray, and even the Blue Whale.

Australia is home to some of the world most exhilarating experiences from sailing on the Great Barrier Reef, to exploring the ancient Daintree Rainforest. Heading inland the mysterious Ayers Rock and outback country near Darwin provides a taste of Australian outback culture. The modernity of the cities make for a great self-drive options exploring Sydney, Melbourne and Perth. Travel to Australia with our provided information and booking through http://www.booking.com will show you how you can get the most out of halal friendly travel down under.



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