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Where to go and What to visit in Australia

Hotels in Sydney, Australia

Sydney is known for its harbourfront Sydney Opera House, with a distinctive design and the Sydney Tower Eye observatory with its 360-degree views of the city. New South Wales's capital and one of Australia's largest cities, Sydney offers plenty of ...
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Hotels in Perth, Australia

Are you planning a trip? Look no further, start your journey from Perth! Perth is located on the banks of the broad Swan River and is often described as the most isolated city of its size in the Western World ...
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Hotels in Cairns, Australia

Cairns offers many attractions suitable for the whole family. Immerse yourself in this natural paradise and discover the exotic tropical flavours, unique wildlife, and outdoor pursuits. Indulge in dining, shopping, and pampering and experience the beauty of one of the ...
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Hotels in Port Douglas, Australia

Port Douglas is one of the most popular beach holiday destinations in the world. It is no so difficult to understand why: superb rainforest, a friendly village vibe, tropical paradise, surrounded by amazing wildlife, the best diving in the world, ...
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Hotels in Melbourne, Australia

Melbourne is the coastal capital of the south-eastern Australian state of Victoria. Also, it is proud of its place as Australia's sporting and cultural capital. The cosmopolitan city offers something for everyone: family fare, local and international art, boutiques, multicultural ...
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Hotels in Gold Coast, Queensland

The Gold Coast is located on Australia’s east coast and is home to attractive theme parks, hiking trails, rare birds, and rainforest. The metropolitan region south of Brisbane is known for its beaches which are the embodiment of paradise for ...
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Hotels in Hobart, Tasmania

Hobart is the least populated state capital in Australia. The lively city of Hobart presents the architecture of the 19th and 21st centuries. Sits in the River Derwent, the capital of Australia’s island state of Tasmania offers a contrasting blend ...
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Hotels in Brisbane, Queensland

Brisbane is the capital of Queensland. It is the large city on the Brisbane River and one of the oldest cities in Australia. It is one of Australia’s most underrated cities, but Brisbane has a lot to offer: a pleasant ...
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Hotels in Adelaide, South Australia

Adelaide is undergoing a rush transformation becoming the lifestyle capital of Australia. Its ring of land on the River Torrens is a treasure field of a wide spectrum of outdoor activities, fine arts and renowned museums, gastronomy, and an attractive ...
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Australia is surrounded by the Indian and Pacific oceans. Its major cities are coastal – Sydney, Brisbane, Adelaide, Melbourne, Perth. Sydney is a attractive complicity of stunning beaches, glittery boutiques, bustling bars and pubs. Melbourne is all arts, alleys and football. Brisbane is a subtropical capital of Queensland, including the world-recognized Gold Coast and much more.; Adelaide  is an annual international arts assembly with spin-offs including film events. Boomtown Perth breathes West Coast optimism. The capital of Australia is Cabbera. The capital is inland and transcends political agendas. The country is known for its Sydney Opera House, the Great Barrier Reef, the Outback – a vast desert wilderness, the kangaroos and duck-billed platypuses. Australia is also known for its food and drinks: Australia plates up a multicultural fusion of European techniques and fresh Pacific-rim ingredients. The beer is good but Australian wines are world-beaters – Tasmanian sauvignon blanc. Talking for Tasmania – it produces marvellous whisky too. If you are a caffeine lover, this is the spot! You will find terrific cafes everywhere.

You could spend 3 years in this great southern land and there’d still be surprises out there.  Australia is just so damn big. You need to know the best way to conquer Australia is to hit the road. And it is not difficult to see that Australia is a very comforting reality. This vast country and continent is prosperious, multiracial and mixed with natural impressiveness.