Australia is home to vast lands, pristine beaches, untouched bushlands and soaring mountains. In Perth visit the pristine Cottesloe Beach or a Swan River Cruise. Far north of the Western Australia sits The Kimberley Region filled with traditional Aboriginal owners, untouched bushlands and Australia’s driest regions.
The Northern Territory, also known as Australia’s Red Centre is home to Kakadu National Park, Kata Tjuta and the world famous Uluru (Ayers Rock). Experience sweeping plains, natural wetlands and Australia’s native fauna and flora at its best.
Queensland is also known as the Sunshine State and is a very popular destination for tourists. It allows you to unearth lush rainforests, tropical beaches and outback sights, or just visit the Gold Coast and experience the famous theme parks.
New South Wales is home to Sydney. Set out and discover the beautiful city, picturesque harbour, Sydney Opera House and even take your hire car across the famous Harbour Bridge. Reveal the surrounding areas of Sydney such as the World Heritage listed Blue Mountains in the west.
Canberra is the capital of Australia and is located in the Australia Capital Territory. North of the capital city lays the Australia Parliament House, famous for being the meeting facility for the Australian Government and great for those holiday snaps.
The capital city of Victoria, Melbourne is one of the largest cities in Australia, known for its culture and charm. Discover the shopping boutiques on Chapel Street or uncover hidden bars and restaurants which are scattered in laneways throughout the city. Nearby you can find the Dandenong ranges and the Great Ocean Road
South of Victoria drifts Tasmania, the only state of Australia which is not connected to the main land. Known for its unspoiled natural environment, Tasmania hosts a collection of mountains, National Parks and coastal towns. Make your way to Hobart the capital of the state and walk along the River Derwent or go for a short drive to the Alpine Forest and take in the charming views of the heritage city.
South Australia is known for great vineyards, festivals, hot summers and their preserved outback; it is a great place to have a driving holiday. Visit the capital city of Adelaide, immerse yourself in the heritage, arts and fine dining the city has to offer. Catch the ferry from Cape Jervis and discover Kangaroo Island or head north and embrace the landscape spread throughout the Flinders Ranges.
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