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Built on one of the world’s most beautiful harbors, cosmopolitan Sydney is the gateway to New South Wales. Visitors will delight in cruising the harbor to view the Opera House and Harbour Bridge… or venturing just an hour or two outside the city to some of the state’s diverse regions.
The Blue Mountains, sometimes called “Australia’s Grand Canyon”, offer opportunities to view Australian wildlife amid beautiful canyons and vistas. In the Hunter Valley, taste some of Australia’s famous wines, go hot air ballooning, shop for antiques, or indulge in a game of golf or relaxing spa treatment. Further afield, Outback New South Wales is home to opal mining, ancient Aboriginal rock art, wildlife, and strikingly rugged landscapes.
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Queensland is Australia’s sunshine state, home to World Heritage rainforest and the magnificent Great Barrier Reef. The northern gateway, tropical Cairns, is the perfect base from which to explore the rainforest, experience Aboriginal culture up-close, and visit the wonders of the reef.
Why not indulge in an island getaway or cruise—perhaps in the Whitsundays, heart of the Great Barrier Reef? Divers, snorkelers, and sunbathers alike will find plenty of fun in the sun in Queensland’s Tropical North. In Southern Queensland, the capital city of Brisbane is a jumping-off point to the rainforest and mountains of Lamington National Park; Fraser Island, the world’s largest sand island; the sophisticated Gold Coast; and the Sunshine Coast, home of the Crocodile Hunter’s Australia Zoo.
Australia’s Northern Territory is home to the real outback, with rugged red landscapes steeped in Aboriginal history and culture. Ayers Rock, the world’s largest monolith, is an aweinspiring sight.
While visiting the Rock and the nearby Olgas rock formation, learn about the area’s significance to the Aboriginal people. Alice Springs, in the center of the country, is an outpost of pioneer history as well as Aboriginal culture. Darwin, gateway to the Top End, is a tropical frontier town with access to some of Australia’s most scenic national parks, including the wildliferich wetlands, waterfalls, rock formations, and Aboriginal rock art of Kakadu.
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Perth, capital of Western Australia, is a cosmopolitan city with a year-round mild climate. From Perth, visit the wineries of the Swan Valley and Margaret River.
Travel further to reach the unique sandstone formations called The Pinnacles, in Nambung National Park, or Monkey Mia, where wild dolphins swim near shore daily to interact with humans. Australia’s last frontier lies across the north of the state: The Kimberley, home to amazing scenery and Aboriginal culture.
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More than 50% of all Australian wine is produced within a three-hour drive of South Australia’s capital city, Adelaide, in the worldfamous Barossa Valley, Clare Valley, and McLaren Vale.
A short flight or ferry ride from Adelaide lies Kangaroo Island, sometimes called a zoo "without fences" for its diverse and populous wildlife. In the center of the state is the opal-mining town of Coober Pedy, with its unique underground homes, churches, and stores. South Australia’s outback also includes the Flinders Ranges, featuring rugged mountain scenery with an abundance of wildlife.
Once known chiefly for its carefully-preserved convict history and stunning natural scenery, the island state of Tasmania is gaining renown for its exceptional food, boutique wines, and local arts and crafts.
From the capital city of Hobart, discover Port Arthur, Australia's best-preserved former penal colony, or Freycinet National Park, with its beautiful bays and rugged terrain, perfect for hiking. From the historic city of Launceston, with its Victorian-era facades, visit the vineyards of the Tamar Valley, or tour through the alpine scenery of beautiful Cradle Mountain National Park, home to waterfalls, glacial lakes, and a variety of Australian wildlife.
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The elegant capital of Victoria, Melbourne, is home to a thriving arts and cultural scene, glorious colonial architecture, and superb restaurants.
As Australia’s smallest mainland state, Victoria offers a variety of regional attractions, from the koala and penguin reserves of Phillip Island and the Mornington Peninsula; to the surf beaches, maritime history, and unique rock formations of the Great Ocean Road; wineries and wildlife sanctuaries of the Yarra Valley and Dandenong Ranges; and colonial history of the Goldfields and Ballarat. Look closely at all the pieces that make up Victoria, and you'll soon discover the only piece missing is you!
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