Are your favourite holiday destinations all booked out over Christmas? There’s no need to give up on your dreams of enjoying an end-of-year break. Embrace the balmy late-spring weather and treat yourself to a last-minute holiday before Christmas.

Here’s why the pre-Christmas period is such a great time of year to go travelling in Australia.

Mild Temperatures

Rather than feeling sad about missing out on a December reservation, cheer yourself up by making the most of the pre-Christmas climate. Even though this time of year brings warm temperatures to many parts of Australia, the heat isn’t as intense. 

Travelling before summer hits means you won’t have to worry about how the muggy weather may impact your holiday. As you’re less likely to get hot and bothered in November, you and your family can enjoy more outdoor activities like hiking, fishing and beach cricket.

Not sure where to take advantage of the late-spring climate? Beat the humidity by checking out the cheap holiday deals on offer at Ingenia Holidays Cairns Coconut.

Sunny Skies

If you’re concerned about your holiday being hampered by wet weather, the months leading up to Christmas are relatively dry. Even though the wet season starts to get underway around November, it doesn’t kick into high gear until December. This means you probably won’t have to contend with as many downpours by travelling before Christmas, so you can stay high and dry while soaking up the surrounds of your holiday destination.

Of course it’s impossible to guarantee sunny skies, but pre-Christmas holidays are a safer bet when it comes to avoiding rainstorms. 

Enjoy the November sunshine by relaxing on the beach at Ingenia Holidays Kingscliff

Peace and Quiet 

Holidaying outside of the busy school holiday period is a great idea for travellers in search of peaceful isolation. Even the most popular holiday destinations tend to be much quieter before Christmas, saving you from having to fight for a prime spot at the beach, compete for parking spaces in town, or miss out on overbooked attractions.

If you’ve got a busy December planned, with big family gatherings and gift-buying to organise, enjoying a quiet holiday before Christmas is also an excellent way to recharge your batteries. Dealing with the craziness of the festive season will be a lot less stressful if you’re feeling well-rested.

Destinations like the Sunshine Coast turn into bustling tourist hotspots over Christmas, so why not skip the Christmas crowds by booking a holiday at Ingenia Holidays Noosa in November?

Cheap Accommodation

The Christmas period can be pretty competitive when it comes to reserving holiday accommodation, but November is a goldmine of last-minute caravan park deals. Travelling during an off-peak season makes it easier to get bang for your buck, and you should have more choice due to the lack of crowds.

Discover which Ingenia Holidays parks still have pre-Christmas availability by visiting our bookings page today.

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Ingenia Holidays Kingscliff
Nestled on the northern coastline of New South Wales, you’ll find Ingenia Holidays Kingscliff perched on a peninsula off the Tweed Coast, with the Tweed River in its front garden and Kingscliff Beach out the back.
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BIG4 Ingenia Holidays Cairns Coconut
Few holiday parks compare in popularity to our award-winning BIG4 Ingenia Holidays Cairns Coconut in Tropical North Queensland. In fact, if you looked up the definition of ‘kid’s paradise’, you’re likely to see a description of BIG4 Ingenia Holidays Cairns Coconut.
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Ingenia Holidays Noosa Pool Master
BIG4 Ingenia Holidays Noosa
If you’re wanting to explore this slice of pandanus palm-fringed paradise, check-in to BIG4 Ingenia Holidays Noosa, a short drive from bustling Hastings Street and just next door to the Tewantin National Park mountain-bike trails.
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