The major airports in Australia are in Sydney, Melbourne, Perth, Brisbane, Adelaide, Gold Coast, Cairns, Canberra, Hobart International Airport and Darwin International Airport. Flights can be found on a frequent basis.
Greyhound Australia runs a national network and the tickets can be booked online. Firefly Express between Sydney, Canberra, Melbourne and Adelaide. Integrity Coach Lines is the main operator between Perth and Broome in WA. Premier Motor Service runs along the east coast. V/Line connects Victoria with NSW, South Australia and the ACT.
The famous Indian Pacific links Sydney, Adelaide & Perth in 3 days, crossing the great Nullarbor Plain in the process. Don't miss out on a visit to the 'red centre' of Australia around Alice Springs, and there's no better way to reach Alice Springs or Darwin than by the equally famous Ghan from Adelaide. In the East, comfortable XPT trains link Sydney with Melbourne & Brisbane at affordable prices, and Queensland Railways links Brisbane with Townsville & Cairns.
Cabs are easily available for intra-city transport and if you want to fix a car on rent for a weekend getaway, that can be easily done as well. Keep your Visa and Passport handy in such cases.
Waterways are generally divided into three broad categories - canal rivers, natural rivers and artificial canals. The Gippsland Lakes is the largest inland waterway system in Australia. One of the longest navigable rivers of the world is located in Australia, the Murray river, which stretches for 2,700 kilometres, starting from the Great Dividing Range in north-eastern Victoria to Adelaide in South Australia. The High Country region has some of the most scenic waterways of Australia. This region has some well-known rivers like Delatite, Ovens, Howqua, King, Jamieson and Goulburn, which are famous for their scenic beauty.