Australian States


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Kosciusko National Park and the Snowy Mountains

The Australian Capital Territory (ACT) is 80 km long and 30 km wide. It offers the best Australian culture experience. South of the region is dominated by Canberra with Australia’s greatest institutions and in the north of the region is the Namadgi National Park.

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New South Wales
The iconic Opera House on the Sydney Harbour

Home of the iconic Sydney Opera House and Sydney Harbor Bridge, New South Wales is also a haven for nature watchers and a mecca for beach lovers. New South Wales offers you the widest range of activities in Australia. The State is rich in magnificent beaches, colorful rainforest and is a great place for skiing in the mountains. It encompasses the coastline, hinterland and outback and is a great place to relax and enjoy Australia's East Coast.

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Northern Territory
The must see attraction in the Red Center - Ayers Rock

The Northern Territory, reflects the real image of Outback Australia and the rich Aboriginal culture, from the rugged Red Center through to the tropical Top End.
With three of the country’s star attractions – Ayers Rock in the Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, Kakadu National Park and Kings Canyon - the Territory is a must-see for all visitors to Australia.

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Diving in the World Heritage Great Barrier Reef

Queensland, also called the Sunshine State, is a state of many contrasts. From Brisbane to Cairns and beyond, Queensland covers much of the East Coast. Here you will find long beaches of Gold and Sunshine Coast, Great Barrier Reef, lush rainforest and dry outback. With such a wide variety of landscapes, there is so much to explore.

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South Australia
Barossa Valley is the wine capital of South Australia

South Australia is known as a state of festivals and fine wine. More than half of Australia's wines are produced here, predominately in the Barossa and Clare Valley regions. South Australia has something for everyone from wildlife on Kangaroo Island, to 4 wheel driving the Flinders Ranges. Experience the coastal lifestyle of the Fleurieu Peninsula, cruise in a houseboat down the beautiful Murray River, or visit one of the many festivals and events happening around the State.

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Nelson Falls, Gordon Wild Rivers National Park

Tasmania is Australia’s smallest and most southern state, and the only island state. It is a heart-shaped island of lush green valleys, uncrowded towns and villages and still undeveloped coastlines. Despite its size, there is a variety of activities to entertain you. From the world heritage wilderness of the west, to the beautiful coastlines of the east, there is so much to see and do.

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12 Apostles along the Great Ocean Road Touring Route

Victoria is the smallest of Australian inland states, but has lots of beautiful sights to offer. Here you will find Australian Alps, vineyards of the Yarra Valley and the goldfields. Victoria is also famous for Great Ocean Road – a popular touring route featuring The Twelve Apostles. As well as the states capital city of Melbourne, the state is known for its natural environment from lush countryside to the rugged coast. Escape to Phillip Island, hike the Grampians or relax at a spa in Daylesford.

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Western Australia
Cable Bay Beach Camel Trek in Broome

With thousands of kilometers of pristine white sandy beaches, a sunny Mediterranean climate, and friendly free-spirited people, Western Australia is an idyllic holiday destination.
Combine the rugged outback with the sophistication of fine wines, alfresco dining and a sublime climate and you have the perfect holiday destination.

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