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Travel Ideas To Visit

Already planning your next holiday? Well, considering they’ve already started stocking Easter eggs and hot cross buns in supermarkets – now’s the time to book your 2020 Easter egg-scape!

And you’ll be happy to know that if you play your annual leave cards right this Easter 2020 break, you can get a lush 10 days of holidays for merely 4 days of annual leave.

“How?” You ask. Well, this 2020 Easter break Good Friday lands on April 10, Easter Monday is 13 April. Plan to head to your destination after work on Thursday 9 April and book in annual leave from Tuesday 14 April to Friday 17 April – then you’ll be back from your much-needed 10 days of R&R and ready for action by Monday 20 April.

And with this much time on your hands, you’ll want to use it wisely with a value for money getaway. Whether you’re looking to escape to a ‘fly and flop’ location before winter, or prefer to stay a little closer to home, there are plenty of budget-friendly options out there.

Local Spots:

Melbourne, VIC

If you’re into city events like pop-up food markets, free live music, art and some of the finest coffee in the world, then Melbourne’s city centre is the place for you to visit this Easter. Otherwise known as Australia’s City of Culture, Melbourne comes alive in Autumn with tonnes of free holiday events, all sprawled throughout the CBD.

Our top pick:

If you’re looking to have a laugh, then the eagerly awaited Melbourne International Comedy Festival with some of the best local and international comedians around is something to consider. Average ticket prices are around $27, but for those on a budget, there are $10 tickets or even free events on offer.

Cairns, QLD

Dreaming of a tropical, poolside vacay, but your budget only covers domestic flights? Then Cairns is your one-stop destination, for an exotic style holiday right here in Aus. With April’s daily temperatures of around 25°C and plenty of affordable accommodation featuring swimming pools, you won’t even need to leave your hotel.

Our top pick:

Why not head to the Village in the Rainforest, a World Heritage Rainforest in Kuranda, 1,000 feet above Cairns and check its natural beauty. With a picturesque walking track, butterfly sanctuary, markets, a riverboat cruise, plus loads more, you won’t be lacking in cost-friendly things to do.

Kiama, NSW

There’s no surprise that Kiama, NSW makes the cut for valuable Easter destinations in 2020. Taking in its breathtaking beaches, rainforests, mountains, escarpment and rural landscapes along with 22,000 locals won’t cost you a thing.

But, if you’re looking to escape the crowds, why not head 10 minutes out of Kiama to Saddleback Mountain and enjoy a wander through nature. Keep in mind, this is a popular destination around Easter, so accommodation is limited and therefore could be a bit pricier than usual, so be sure to get in early to nab an ideal spot at a good price.

Our top pick:

Check out the Kiama Blow Hole, where seawater shoots into the air, it’s one of the largest blowholes in the world and the town’s major tourist attraction. Plus, it won’t cost a thing!

Sydney, NSW

If you’re really looking to immerse yourself in the spirit of Easter, then head to Sydney’s Australian Botanic Gardens at Mt Annan for the annual Easter egg hunt. Follow the trail map for clues, complete challenges and collect eggs for a small price of $15 a ticket.

Plus, there’s plenty of other workshops and activities around the city to get you in the Easter vibe. Although at that time of year accommodation could be quite pricey, deals are still available if you dedicate time to search for them.

Our top pick:

Try out the Spit to Manly walk, a 10km scenic walk that takes you along the harbourside cliffs on the north side into Manly. With plenty of swimming spots, cafes and things to do along the way, see for yourself what all the hype is about.