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Travel Bucket List

The global pandemic has put a damper on travel for the past few years, but now that lockdowns, restrictions, and border closures are behind us (for the most part), people are starting to get excited about getting back out there and exploring the world.

If you’re looking for some travel inspiration, here are some of the biggest holiday destinations to add to your 2022 travel bucket list.


Bali is renowned for its stunning beaches, lush jungle landscape, and vibrant culture. Spend your day’s beach hopping, learning to surf, exploring the rice paddies, and witnessing some of the most beautiful sunsets in the world. With so much to see and do, it’s no wonder this Indonesian island is at the top of so many travel bucket lists.


Fiji is another hugely popular destination for Australians, and it’s easy to see why. This South Pacific island nation is home to some of the most beautiful beaches globally, friendly culture, and plenty of activities for visitors to enjoy. Fiji is also especially appealing to families, with many resorts offering kids clubs and activities to keep the little ones entertained.


Thailand has long been a favourite destination for Australian travellers, and it’s no secret as to why. This Southeast Asian country offers something for everyone. Whether you’re looking to explore bustling cities, relax on pristine beaches, or experience jungle adventures. And with its delicious food, friendly locals, and great value for money, it’s no wonder Thailand continues to be such a popular travel destination.


With Paris within travel distance from London via train, it would be a shame to visit one of Europe’s most popular travel destinations without seeing the other. Paris is known for its romantic atmosphere, stunning architecture, and delicious food. So if you’re looking for a city that ticks all the boxes, Paris should definitely be on your travel bucket list.

Eiffel Tower


Let’s be honest, Hawaii is high on the travel bucket list for people worldwide, and it’s easy to see why this US island state is such a popular travel destination. Honolulu is the perfect place to relax and soak up some sun with its laid-back atmosphere, world-famous beaches, and stunning natural scenery. With direct flights from Australia to Honolulu now available, it’s easier than ever to get there.


No travel bucket list would be complete without a visit to London, one of the most iconic cities in the world. From world-famous landmarks like Big Ben and Buckingham Palace to the bustling streets of Soho and Covent Garden, there’ll never be a dull moment in London.


Last but not least, New York City needs no introduction. This bustling metropolis is home to some of the most iconic landmarks and attractions in the world, including the Statue of Liberty, Central Park, and Times Square. And with so much to see and do, you could easily spend weeks exploring everything NYC offers.

So there you have it, some of the top travel destinations for Australians will be flocking to in 2022. So start planning your trip now and get ready for an unforgettable year of exploring and adventure.

P.S. If you’d prefer to stay local for the time being, check out our previous posts: Australian Holiday Bucket List and 2022 Destination List: New Zealand.


Are all countries open for Australians?

All of the destinations mentioned above are open to Australians. However, each one has its own set of rules to follow when visiting them, so make sure you do your research before booking your flights.

What destination is the most affordable?

If you're looking for a holiday on a budget, we'd recommend Bali or Thailand. Both offer incredibly inexpensive pricing on everything apart from your hotel stay, which is still on the cheaper side compared with Australian accommodation.

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