Australia Tourist Attractions

  • With around 50000 kilometres of spectacular coastline, complete with islands, stunning beaches, fringing reefs and long meandering drives, you'll find millions of places to explore around our island continent.

    Whether you want to surf the waves, dive the reefs or relax on pristine beaches, Australia has a beach to match any holiday.

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    Completely surrounded by water and rich in islands and reefs, Australia is a diver's dream. Our waters shelter a treasure trove of marine life, with more than 4000 species of fish and the world's highest diversity of sea grass.

    Australia's surf beaches, where first-class waves for all surfing abilities crash, are born from the Pacific Ocean in the east, the Indian Ocean in the west and the Southern Ocean in the south. You'll find a wave to yourself on our uncrowded and pristine coastal beaches.

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    For more information on Australia's beaches, coastline and watersports visit www.australia.com 

  • Immerse yourself in World Heritage-listed Kakadu National Park, a natural and cultural wonder around three hours from Darwin. Discover detailed Aboriginal art galleries, hike to the top of rugged escarpments and cruise the wetlands past waterlilies, waterfalls, crocodiles and migratory birds. Drive the Nature's Way route from Darwin, or add Katherine and Arnhem Land for a longer Top End adventure.

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    What you can see in Kakadu

    - Aboriginal Rock Art
    - Rare flora and fauna
    - Gorges, waterfalls and rivers
    - Arnhem Land

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    For more information on Kakadu National Park visit: www.australia.com or www.kakadu.com.au

  • Experience Sydney's natural beauty and culture around Sydney Harbour and the historic Rocks. Explore famous coastal beaches such as Bondi, Bronte, Coogee and Palm Beach. Bushwalk through Sydney Harbour National Park, dine at world-class restaurants, visit the Blue Mountains.

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    Top 10 Things To Do in Sydney

    - Taronga Zoo
    - Sydney Opera House
    - Sydney Harbour Bridge
    - Bondi to Coogee Trail
    - Fine Dining
    - The Rocks and Fort Denison
    - Sailing the Harbour
    - Royal Botanical Gardens
    - Cockatoo Island
    - Blue Mountains

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    For more information on Sydney and Things To Do visit: www.australia.com or www.sydney.com

  • Australia’s only capital city on the Indian Ocean oozes confidence. Explore Perth’s hip wine bars and sunny beaches, spectacular green parks and glittering skyscrapers, funky neighbourhoods and beautiful colonial architecture. Be enthralled by a city on the move that has passion for the past and energy for the future.

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    Top Things To Do In Perth

    - Kings Park and Perth Botanical Gardens
    - Fremantle Harbour
    - Western Australia Museum, Art Gallery of Western Australia and Perth Zoo
    - Meet Quokkas at Rottnest Island

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    For more information on Things To Do in Perth visit www.australia.com

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    Experience Tasmania's World Heritage wilderness, great food and wine, compact cities and clean air. Hobart is gateway to historic Port Arthur, the wildlife of Bruny Island and Maria Island, and breathtaking Wineglass Bay in Freycinet. From Launceston or Devonport, discover Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park, Liffey Falls and Flinders Island in Bass Strait. Discover Tasmania's wild west coast via Strahan.

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    For more information on Things To Do in Tasmania visit: www.australia.com

  • Discover Melbourne's secret laneways and rooftops, the cultural hub of Federation Square, buzzing bars, boutiques and eateries, and the iconic MCG. Experience St Kilda, the Royal Botanic Gardens, bohemian Brunswick Street and the nation-stopping excitement of the Spring Racing Carnival. Join world class events such as the Australian Grand Prix. Day trip to the Mornington Peninsula or to Phillip Island for fairy penguins.

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    For more information on Things To Do in Melbourne visit www.australia.com