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Sydney

Sydney is a vibrant and multicultural city that has much to offer.

Concerts and Festivals such as the Sydney Festival, Vivid Sydney and Tropfest attract a myriad of people who come to celebrate and appreciate the great beaches, culture, museums and restaurants.

Sydney Harbour is an attraction in itself. The Harbour Bridge is located in the heart of the city, just beside The Rocks (the oldest part of Sydney), and close to the Sydney Opera House. The harbour is surrounded by beaches and is considered to be one of the world's most beautiful harbours. Bondi and Manly are both must-see beaches, just a short journey from the city centre.

MELBOURNE

Melbourne is often referred to as the “Garden City”, because of the abundance of parks and gardens, and it is also the cultural capital of Australia.

Considered to have some of the best architecture in Australia, it is a laid-back city and has plenty of local and international art, multicultural dining, sports, Australian and Aboriginal history, and nightlife. Don´t miss the free City Circle Tram loop to check out great attractions like the Royal Botanical Gardens and the Healesville Sanctuary, which is buzzing with local animal species.

PERTH

Perth has an active beach scene and great nightlife. The main beach is Cottesloe and is great for swimming, surfing and snorkelling. Just a few minutes away is the ferry crossing to Rottnest Island where you can spend the day exploring the amazing island on a bicycle and enjoy the white sandy beaches. Perth also offers great views from King's Park, the Botanic Gardens and one of the most spectacular sunsets in Australia.

BRISBANE

Brisbane is Australia's third-largest city and is a dazzling river city. With its abundance of sunshine and spectacular waterways, it is rapidly developing with vibrant spaces and exciting places. The friendly atmosphere in 'Brissy' will surround you from the moment you arrive and continue right throughout your stay. Don’t miss the chance to see catamaran ferries glide up and down the Brisbane River and the magic Moreton Bay, where the first convicts brought to Australia were housed in a penal colony established in 1824. A trip to the new Gallery of Modern Art is also worth the effort to see renowned art exhibitions, as well as a visit to the Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary, home to koalas and kangaroos.

BYRON BAY

Byron Bay's beaches are surrounded by dolphins, sting rays, whales and sea turtles; beautiful sea-life to appreciate!

Bongo and didgeridoo sounds in parks, sarongs and dreadlocks are common accessories, and you’ll find lots of vegetarian restaurants too. Rich in stunning natural beauty, eclectic food, and activities, Byron Bay has an enviable laidback lifestyle and has what is considered some of the cleanest beaches in Australia.

GOLD COAST - SURFERS PARADISE

On Australia's Gold Coast you will find a line of soft golden sand that provides the perfect environment for a day at the beach, whether catching a Frisbee, or surfing some great waves. It's a Surfers Paradise!

It is also renowned for its theme parks with amazing roller coaster rides to boost your adrenaline!

CAIRNS - GREAT BARRIER REEF

One of the seven wonders of the natural world and one of the greatest centres of marine biodiversity on earth, the Great Barrier Reef is one of Australian's main tourist attractions. Located in Queensland, on Australia's east coast, the Great Barrier Reef is home to around 1500 species of fish, 600 echinoderms and 400 types of molluscs. With 2300 Km of coral reef, stretching from the Tropic of Capricorn to Papua New Guinea, The Great Barrier Reef is longer than the Great Wall of China and is a great place to dive or snorkel.

ULURU – OUTBACK

Uluru and Kata Tjuta are the biggest and most famous natural landmarks in the world. These majestic rock formations can be found in the ‘Red Centre’ of the continent, one of Australia's most popular tourist destinations. The fascinating area is of great cultural significance for Aboriginal people, who believe it is a sacred place and keep the ancient cultural traditions alive today.

WHITSUNDAYS/AIRLIE BEACH

Lying in the heart of the Great Barrier Reef and in the warm waters of Australia's Coral Sea, you will find 74 tropical islands in an archipelago of more than 90 tropical gems; the Whitsunday Islands are a superb place for snorkelling.

Consider a stop at Whitsunday Island itself to check out Whitehaven Beach, one of the finest in all of Oz. It’s a paradise where you can enjoy your own experience, be it for romance, relaxing or adventure!

TASMANIA

“Tassie” as the island is known, is a vast landscape and has famous gourmet food and fantastic wineries. The island is also home to natural treasures such as Wineglass Bay, Cradle Mountain and the haven-sent Huon Valley. The island is perfect for bushwalking, cycling, rafting and kayaking in the countryside. Don’t miss the wildlife in Narawntapu National Park as well.