UK & Ireland

Step into a world to Get ready to set off on a whimsical journey through the United Kingdom and Ireland, where history comes to life and charm awaits around every corner.

Uncover ancient ruins, centuries-old castles, and fortresses steeped in legends. Traverse rugged coastlines and rolling green hills that evoke a sense of tranquility and wonder. From the warm hospitality of country pubs to the vibrancy of world-class cities, immerse yourself in the distinct culture and timeless beauty of this enchanting region.

Travel Tips

When to Go

Embrace the changing seasons that grace the UK and Ireland, each offering its own allure. Summer (June to August) brings long sunny days and cooler evenings, perfect for exploring charming villages and enjoying alfresco dining. In autumn (September to November), witness nature's splendor as the countryside becomes a breathtaking canvas of vibrant colors.

Winter (December to February) sets the stage for a magical Christmas atmosphere, with festive markets, mulled wine, and hot chocolate adding warmth to colder days. Spring (March to May) welcomes the awakening of nature, accompanied by refreshing showers and the renowned Chelsea Flower Show.

Currency & Tipping

United Kingdom – England, Northern Ireland, Scotland, and Wales: Embrace the Pound Sterling (GBP). Meanwhile, the Republic of Ireland boasts the Euro (EUR) as its official currency.

Tipping in Great Britain and Ireland is not as customary as in other countries. Some restaurants include a service charge on the bill, making an additional tip unnecessary. Embrace the unique cultural norms and enjoy the warm hospitality that awaits you in this charming region.

Getting Around

Discover the UK and Ireland by car or rail for a truly immersive experience. Self-drive holidays grant you the freedom to explore at your own pace, while witnessing the wonders of driving on the left-hand side of the road. Travelling by train, on the other hand, presents a scenic and relaxing way to traverse the landscape, infusing your journey with a sense of adventure.

Visas & Passports

Prioritize your travel essentials by ensuring your passport remains valid for at least six months beyond your departure date from Australia. Stay informed about visa requirements for the UK and Ireland by consulting the Australian Government's official travel resource,


As you embark on this delightful journey, remember that the UK and Ireland are 10 hours behind Australian Eastern Standard Time (AEST). Daylight savings time is observed from the last Sunday in March until the last Sunday in October, when the clocks spring forward by one hour.


The electrical voltage in the UK and Ireland is 220-240v at a frequency of 50Hz. Ensure you carry an adaptor to keep your devices charged and ready for your adventures.