Australia Transportation-Driving

Last updated on December 29th, 2016 at 05:13 am

Australia Transportation-Driving

Travellers are generally able to drive internationally with the International driving Licence (subject of the laws of the country you are travelling to) and usually both your home country licence and the international one must be presented to any police check points when you are overseas.

Contact the driving authority in the country you are planning to visit to find out their driver licence requirements.

Travellers  are generally able to drive internationally with the International driving Licence (subject of the laws of the country you are travelling to) and usually both your home country licence and the international one must be presented to any police check points when you are overseas.

 

Contact the driving authority in the country you are planning to visit to find out their driver licence requirements.

What do you know about Australia Transportation-Driving???

  • National public transportation lacks in efficiency and speed
  • National train links are only from VIC to SA, SA to WA, SA to NT.
  • NSW, VIC, WA , SA and ACT have limited, city bus services.
  • There is not a state train service in ACT or NT.
  • VIC and NSW are known to have the best quality of public transportation services.
  • All of Australia’s international as well as domestic airports have regular public transport such as bus, train and taxi connections and private transfers with the city centres. Shuttle buses are also available and provide transfers to accommodation.
  • Hippo bus around Austrian coast line, connected  each major cities and tourist attractions   

Australia Transportation-Driving & Laws. Be Smart on Australian Roads 

  • Australia is very ‘Western’ when it comes to driving and regulations. It is also known as one of the best countries for road trips.
  • Driving laws are known to be very tough, especially for speeding and driving under the influence of narcotics, alcohol or prescription drugs.
  • It is highly recommend to rent a car with insurance coverage. Ages 18-21 will experience exuberant increases in insurance coverage.
  • With a travel visa you will be able to drive in Australia with an International Driving Pass. Student Visa holders will be able to drive with an International Driving Pass. This usually lasts for six months, but it may vary depending on state.
  • NSW Train, Bus
  • VIC Train, Bus
  • WA Train, Bus 
  • SA Train, Bus
  • TAS Train, Bus
  • NT Train, Bus
  • ACT Train, Bus 
  • QLD Train, Bus