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Celebrate your Honeymoon in Australia by Private Jet

Few destinations on earth offer newlyweds the chance to escape to the wilderness, to cozy up in stylish hotels and to bask in the glory of nature as amazing Australia. From the underwater gardens of the Great Barrier Reef to gazing at a canopy of starlight under Ayers Rock, sipping vintage wines in Tasmania and seeing the iconic sights of Sydney’s blazing skyline, Australia is a feast for all the senses.

Presidential Private Jet Vacations can help you to curate the perfect experience to celebrate your love, seasoned with stunning accommodations, divine eating and artisan adventures that will linger in your memory for a lifetime.

Tasmania

Step off the beaten track and disappear into the pulsating heart of Tasmania’s wilderness. Imagine morning swims in the sun-drenched basin of Wineglass Bay, afternoons exploring cellar doors in the new world’s vineyards and evenings wrapped in cashmere watching the sun dip her head into Dove Lake.

Gourmet delights, culture and natural wonder are the hallmarks of a Tasmanian honeymoon. Food aficionados will meet their match at the mouth-watering Salamanca Market; cool climate wines, golden hued honeys, and rich complex cheeses all from the local farmers makes the ideal place to stock up your picnic basket and head for the hills. Couples who are interested in more than blissful retreats will adore the adrenaline nerve that runs through the veins of Tasmania; abseiling ancient canyons, kayaking with dolphins and freewheeling rides beside startling heritage sites are just a few ideas to get the pulse racing on this unique honeymoon escapade.

Gold Coast

The radiance of the Gold Coast glitters in its legendary stretches of sand and sparkling diamond waters. Sun seeking couples and lovers of fun will cherish the unique energy that ripples along the coastline making it a haven for honeymooners wanting to indulge in pure pleasure.

Enjoy privacy on the packed sands and lounge in style on one of the famous Palazzo Versace Cabanas with a bottle of crisp bubbly. Spend the day watching the jaw dropping Sumatran tigers at Dream World and treat yourself to high-class surf-and-turf at the achingly trendy Kurrawa Surf Club. The Gold Coast is a divine honeymoon destination for those looking for sharp entertainment, innocent theme park fun and boutique wining, dining and shopping only a stone’s throw away from the sun kissed beaches and rolling surf of Australia’s most exciting beaches.

Melbourne

Melbourne delivers sophisticated charm with more than a hint of romance and makes for an exceptional vacation spot. With prestigious hotels decked in finery, exotic spa treatments and Michelin-inspired dining you can hole up in your honeymoon suite and relax in sheer bliss. Step outside and wander in bright markets, trendy sidewalk cafes and ornate opera houses in this glitzy and airy city that never stops.

Those desiring to blend a chic urban visit with a touch of natural splendor can take a pleasant drive to the flushed greens of the Yarra Valley with its sunrise hot air balloon rides, renowned vineyards and cozy boutique dwellings nestled in the hills. Melbourne is a gastronomical love affair for those who want fresh organic and local delights with plenty of beautiful brasseries, bistros and lively pubs. Be sure to take a romantic adventure along one of the world’s most iconic drives on the Great Ocean Road. The winding path stretches into the rosy sunset punctuated with carved mountains, secluded sands and the expanse of royal blue ocean.

Whether you want to share in the ease of city breaks or whether you are looking for a private paradise edged by crystalline waters, step on board your own private jet, crack the champagne and be whisked away for an exotic honeymoon enriched with romance in the unrivaled land Down Under.

Presidential Private Jet Vacations – www.PresidentialVacations.com – Tel. +1.754.200.3000

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