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Uluru rock formations

Great Ocean Drive

Kakadu National Park

Aboriginal culture

  1. To discover the reef’s underwater wonders. Probably the most famous dive site in the world: The Great Barrier Reef. Located in northeast Australia off the coast of Queensland, the reef is so large it can be seen from outer space. In this gargantuan underwater world lives 400 coral species, 1,500 varieties of fish, dolphins, sea turtles, rays, whales, sea snakes, just to mention a few.
  2. To marvel at the Uluru rock formations. Occupying 9.4 km (5.8 miles) of land in the Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park located in central Australia is the World Heritage site of Uluru (or Ayers Rock). This large sandstone rock formation is sacred to the Aboriginal people and comprises springs, caves and ancient paintings. 
  3. To cruise along the Great Ocean Road and scenic coastal drives. Voted as one of the world’s greatest drives, the Great Ocean Road stretches from Torquay in Victoria to the west of Melbourne covering a staggering 160 miles of breathtaking scenery. The road was originally built as a First World War memorial for those who had been killed in battle and along the way travellers can stop and visits historic towns and wrecked vessels.
  4. To explore the Kakadu National Park. Located in the Alligator Rivers Region of the Northern Territory of Australia, Kakadu National Park is Australia’s biggest national park – and possibly the oldest. The park covers an area of more than 200 kilometres (the size of a small country) while the rocks surrounding it are nearly 2,000 million years old. Among the wildlife living in the park is 280 species of birds, 60 kinds of native mammals and freshwater fish.
  5. To engage in a host of adventure activities including snorkelling, scuba diving, parasailing, surfing, hot air ballooning, diving, mountain hiking and plenty more.
  6. To do justice to at least a few of the 18 World Heritage Sites by paying them a visit. Most of the world heritage sites are Natural Sites. This shows Australia is a country of outstanding natural beauty.
  7. To experience a taste of the authentic Australian wine which is considered one of the finest in the world.
  8. To experiment with Australian cuisine. Australia began to develop its own cuisine in the 1970s. Creative chefs use local ingredients, blended with the flavours of Europe, Asia and the Middle East, to make dishes with a truly Australian identity. Each area of Australia produces its own specialty, you can sample rock oysters, beef and lamb from New South Wales, olive oil from South Australia, and salmon from Tasmania, dairy produce from Victoria, exotic fruit from Queensland and cheese from Western Australia.  
  9. To learn more about the ancient Aboriginal culture. Australia is the world's oldest continent, inhabited for more than 40,000 years by Aborigines. Its ancient, worn landscape contrasts with the vitality and youthful energy of its inhabitants. It is an ancient culture that is deeply connected to the land.
  10. To see how well it lives up to its name of shopper’s delight. There is plenty to accommodate all tastes and budgets, from simple souvenirs and gifts to fine arts and crafts, fabulous gemstones and jewellery, bush-style clothing and designer fashions all with an unmistakable Australian flavour. From exquisite black opal earrings, pearls of extraordinary beauty and lustre, to woollen overcoats and original artworks, Australia offers shopping of every sort for every shopper.
  11. To get a feel of Australian hospitality. Australians are also known as a friendly and open bunch of people, who generally love a chat, and welcome any excuse to party. Say hello, and experience the warmth of an Australian handshake, a cold beer, and an invitation to return.


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