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Australia Holidays are about great adventures. Find out which regions to visit, what attractions to see and which australia resorts to stay at with our snappy travel guides featuring maps, pictures and accomodation reviews.
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The monolithic ochre peaks of Uluru, the resplendent marine life of the Great Barrier Reef, the looming arches of the Sydney Opera House. With its brilliant white sand beaches, stark stretches of red desert, and lush forests and mountains, Australia is well known for its natural beauty. Yet the appeal of the thriving cosmopolitan capitals that dot the majestic open spaces makes Australia an even greater destination for travellers who like to mix things up. One thing is for sure, there are many ways to see Australia and all of them are equally unforgettable.

Australia Travel Highlights

Visit the beautiful Queensland coast with the Great Barrier Reef, the Whitsunday Islands and Daintree Rainforest amongst its top attractions.

Head into the Outback to marvel at some of the most unusual landscapes in the world or find out about the ancient aboriginal culture.

Spot Australian wildlife in its natural habitat, not only Kangaroos, Koalas and Dingoes but lesser known species of echidnas, platypus and bilby's too.

Sample local wines at a vineyard in the Borossa, Hunter and Yarra valleys.

Watch cricket at the Gabba, Aussie Rules at the MCC or rugby in Sydney.



For those who tune to the beat of a pounding surf, the aptly named Sunshine Coast offers unforgettable marine life and gorgeous coral, while the craggy cliffs of the Great Ocean Road offer spectacular views of a more tumultuous sea. Head to the harsh terrain of the Northern Territory to experience the bush in true outback style and explore Aboriginal culture in the Red Centre. Sip coffee in one of the many lane-way cafés in Melbourne, or explore regional restaurants in Southern Australia to sample some of the freshest gourmet foods and produce.

All of Australia's big cities are concentrated around the coast with inland and outback areas of the country offering an unparalleled number of outdoor adventures. New South Wales and its capital Sydney are hives of commercial activity while smaller states like Tasmania offer slabs of pure wilderness surrounded by the ocean. Western Australia is home to the spectacular outback terrain of The Kimberly, while Queensland flaunts some of the most stunning tropical beaches at its doorstep.

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Visit the Opera House and the Sydney Harbour Bridge. Go shopping and party to your heart's content in Australia's trendiest city, Melbourne. Enjoy the wildlife in their natural habitat or at the many zoos, conservation parks or aquariums. Ski in the Victorian Alp, hike in Blue Mountains, explore Uluru (Ayres Rock) or organise a road trip with friends and family and experience the vast distances and remote coastal scenes coast. Swim, snorkel, dive and lay in some of Australia's finest lagoons and beaches. Or simply just relax and watch the day go by!

Australian Travel Info

Sydney is Australia's largest international and domestic airport with flights available to and from most towns, but you can also fly into the international airports at Perth, Melbourne or Brisbane. For the trips on the road, many rental companies will offer unlimited kilometre (mile) usage of hire vehicles including camper-vans, motor-homes and 4wd's. The dining choices in every region of this wonderful country are endless and there are some fantastic wineries to visit in all states. No matter what kind of accommodation you are searching for, Australia will have it just around the corner.

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