Agent Tools & Info - Las Vegas





Time Zone - 17 hours behind AEST, observes Daylight Savings (March - November)

Seasons - Desert Climate: Hot days with cold nights, very hot in summer
Summer: June - September
Autumn: September - November
Winter: December - February
Spring: March - May

Peak travel seasons - January, May, September, October

Peak booking seasons - January, February, August

Average Length of Stay - 5 nights

Visa Requirements (Australian Passports) - Visa Waiver (ESTA) required for stays under 90 days

Events to note - Major Business Conventions (YEAR-ROUND), EDC - Electric Daisy Carnival (MAY), Las Vegas NASCAR Weekend (MAR), World Series of Poker (MAY-JUL)

Key Airlines - Qantas, Virgin Australia, American Airlines, Delta

Top Selling Hotels
Cosmopolitan (I) - Modern luxury with Marquee Dayclub/Nightclub on-site
Planet Hollywood (V) - Central strip hotel opposite the Bellagio with a huge amount of shops and restaurants
MGM Grand (P) - One of the most famous hotels on the strip with Hakkasan Nightclub on-site
Bellagio (I) - A slice of Mediterranean luxury and home to the Bellagio Fountains


Get hitched: Vegas is the perfect place for a wedding or renewal of vows with a choice of romantic traditional weddings to hilarious Elvis themed ceremonies. Just remember to get your marriage licence at least 24 hours beforehand

If you want to get out amongst nature, there are multitude of National and State Parks only a short day trip away including Red Rock Canyon, Majove National Preserve and the every-famous Grand Canyon

Dayclubs are taking over Vegas, with the biggest artists in the world such as Calvin Harris, Diplo and Cardi B holding residencies at parties all over the city. Check out Wet Republic, GO and Kaos amongst others