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Why Australia?

Some reasons why you might consider traveling to Australia (provided by Wikivoyage):
There is nowhere else quite like Australia, the only country that has a whole continent to itself. With Indigenous cultures for over 65,000 years and truly global immigration from all over the world, the country is famous for its natural wonders, wide open spaces, beaches, deserts, "the bush", and "the Outback". However, it is also highly urbanised, with an array of cosmopolitan cities–the largest and most famous being Sydney, situated on one of the most famous harbours in the world.


  • 1 Canberra — the relatively small, purpose-built national capital of Australia is home to plenty of museums
  • 2 Adelaide — the “City of Churches”, a relaxed South Australian alternative to the big eastern cities
  • 3 Brisbane — capital of sun-drenched Queensland and gateway to beautiful sandy beaches
  • 4 Cairns — gateway to the Great Barrier Reef, Port Douglas, Daintree National Park, and many beautiful beaches and resorts; a great place for people to get away and relax
  • 5 Darwin — Australia’s tropical northern capital, at the top end of the Northern Territory
  • 6 Hobart — picturesque and quiet capital of Tasmania, the site of the second convict settlement in Australia
  • 7 Melbourne — Australia’s second largest city, Melbourne is the country’s sporting, shopping, food and cultural capital, while also being regarded as Australia’s most European city
  • 8 Perth — the most remote continental city on Earth, on the south-western edge of Western Australia
  • 9 Sydney — Australia’s oldest and largest city, famous for its picturesque harbour and natural beauty


Other Destinations:

  • 1 Blue Mountains National Park — a mountainous national park in New South Wales, including the “Three Sisters” natural feature
  • 2 Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park — most popular national park in Tasmania, home Australia’s deepest lake and one of its most scenic mountains
  • 3 Daintree Rainforest — the world’s oldest living rainforest and a well preserved tropical rainforest, home to the largest groups of cassowaries.
  • 4 Great Barrier Reef — see first hand this natural wonder, off the coast of Queensland and the world’s largest coral reef system
  • 5 Great Ocean Road — a spectacular coastal drive in Victoria past many scenic icons including the “Twelve Apostles” rocks standing in the ocean and the world’s largest war memorial
  • 6 Kakadu National Park — tropical adventure travel, Aboriginal culture and nature activities in the Northern Territory. Second largest national park in Australia about the size of Wales
  • 7 Mungo National Park – home to some of the oldest human bodies outside Africa and also the world’s oldest cremated body; Mungo Lady
  • 8 Purnululu National Park – includes the Bungle Bungle Range, a spectacularly incised landscape of sculptured rocks rising over 250 metres high
  • 9 Uluṟu-Kata Tjuṯa National Park — Uluru (also known as Ayers Rock) and Kata Tjuta (The Olgas) are iconic rock formations in the “Red Centre” in the middle of the Australian outback

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