United flies daily from Sydney and Melbourne to Orlando via San Francisco and Los Angeles. See united.com. Qantas, Hawaiian Airlines and Delta also offer daily services to the US from Australia. Orlando’s theme parks and attractions are spread out, so visiting the area requires some planning. Several car rental companies operate from Orlando International Airport (MCO). Start by comparing prices at expedia.com.au Most car rental operators accept Australian driver’s licences as valid ID. Uber car service is popular, fast and affordable throughout Orlando. uber.com Visitors travelling around the hub of International Drive can make use of the I-Ride Trolley, a hop-on, hop-off service. The Walt Disney World Monorail covers a 22km track and carries passengers from the Magic Kingdom to Epcot parks and back. There’s really no off-season in sunny Orlando, though the summer months (June to August) can be uncomfortably steamy. The parks are busy year-round, with even bigger than usual crowds during spring break (usually two weeks around Easter; dates change each year) and Christmas holidays.