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Sydney Harbour and Bridge


Ayers Rock - Uluru


Native Koala


Great Ocean Rd


Lazy Days With Kangaroo


Gold Coast Beaches

Exploring the vast Australian continent can be fun, exciting and one of your lifetime adventures. From the pristine shores and mountains of Tasmania, Victoria’s Great Ocean Road, the Barossa wine area of Adelaide, the natural expansive of Western Australia from the wine area of Margaret River south of Perth to Broome and the Kimberleys in the north, Sydney’s magnificent harbour and the Blue Mountains, Byron Bay ,the green belt of Australia and known as one of the top 25 sexiest beaches in the world, Queensland’s Gold Coast, tropical north rainforests and the Great Barrier Reef, the Outback Alice Springs, Ayers Rock Uluru through to the top end and Darwin, Australia has it all. Beaches (there are over 10,000), snow fields, national parks, rivers, lakes, rainforests, deserts, coral reefs, islands, mountains, plus a wide range of plants and animals unique to Australia.

Australia offers the domestic and international tourist a great variety of accommodation from B&B's, motels ,hotels, apartments, resorts, camping grounds, backpackers, hostels and condominiums from cheap to luxury price.

Travel throughout Australia is easy. For those with plenty of time a holiday by car will get you to the out of the way beauty. Car rental and hire companies such as Avis, Budget, Thrifty, Europcar and Hertz provide a wide range of vehicles to suit the individual needs. Quick air flights are available through Qantas, Jetstar and Virgin Blue for inter capital city travel between Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide, Hobart, Perth, Canberra, Darwin and many leisure and regional ports.

Good bus and train options are also available. The size and the diversity of Australia makes for fabulous train journeys. The Indian-Pacific travels the width of the vast Australian Continent from Sydney to Perth via Adelaide, while the Ghan travels across Australia between Adelaide and Darwin via Alice Springs. Other great train journeys include Spirit of the Outback (Brisbane to Longreach), The Sunlander (Brisbane—Cairns— Brisbane), and the Savannahlander (Cairns—Forsayth—Cairns), Rail travel options are available from budget to luxury. Most capital cities have fast and reliable commuter trains

Spending Christmas at the beach or skiing in August may seem strange but Australia's seasons are the opposite of the northern hemisphere - summer officially starts in December and winter in June. But even in winter you'll enjoy blue skies and warm, bright days. Australia's climate and the fact that it is the driest continent on earth makes it a fabulous holiday destination all year round, whatever you're planning to do. In the Australian winter you can ski in the southern states one day and be diving in the balmy waters of the Great Barrier Reef in Queensland the next. Such temperate conditions make alfresco dining, sublime days on the beach or the water, outdoor barbeques, and a huge variety of sports a way of life here. No wonder Aussies believe life is for living!

 

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