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    It takes only few minutes from the dancing city of Caribbean to reach Little Bay Beach. However, one can reach the place via water or on foot steps. L...
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    At 1,283,706 hectares, the Rudall River National Park is the largest national park in Western Australia and one of the largest in the world. In fact, ...
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    Millstream Chichester National Park attracts over 20,000 tourists and locals year round. Winter is the best time to visit between May and August, when...
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    Ningaloo Marine Park Offshore, the Ningaloo Reef stretches from north to south for 260km and protects a lagoon rich in marine life. Fantastic coral fo...
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    This 10 day rafting adventure takes you the full navigable length of the Franklin River, deep in the heart of Tasmania's Wilderness World Heritage Are...
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    Burleigh Heads is a terrific national park located between the Surfers Paradise and Coolangatta. From here you can see a wide range of wildlife, some ...
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    Situated on the Gold Coast, Surfers Paradise is a prominent commercial center. Huge skyscrapers which are part of the modern and lively own, tower abo...
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    On the south of Gold Coast and on the New South Wales border and Queensland, a beach called Coolangatta is located. Tweed Heads is the twin townof Coo...
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    Broad Beach is located to the south of Surfers Paradise and it offers an advanced beach lifestyle. This place is flooded with a large number of restau...
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    Dooragan National Park holds a historical base. Local aboriginal people narrate a story according to which three brothers of the tribe of Birpai were ...
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    A Glance at the National Park Gardens of Stone National Park is located in New South Wales, Australia at a distance of 125 km to the north west of ...
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    Kanangra Boyd National Park has a dramatic and rugged magnificence with the presence of high lookouts, wide gorges, scenic and wild rivers like Kowmun...
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    Mt Kaputar National Park is a rugged island of wilderness, towering high above the surrounding Western Plains. It's the footprint left behind by a ser...
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    Planning a holiday with your family? Then, Bondi Beach should top your priority list. Bondi Beach is situated at a distance of 7 kilometers from the e...
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    Sydney is one of the oldest cities in Australia. The city of Sydney has garnered a lot of tourists from all over the world for their exotic and most m...
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    Coogee Beach is a small beach located near Sydney. It is not as famous as other beaches around Sydney but still it gets fully crowded during the summe...
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    Manly beach is located at a distance of 70miles from Sydney. It was named by Captain Arthur Phillip who travelled to this place and found the local pe...
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    Chinaman's Beach is located on the northern shore of Sydney Harbour. It is a beautiful and peaceful place, where one can enjoy a day away from the hus...
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    Avalon Beach located in North South Wales is known for its unsurpassable beauty that is solely imbedded by the nature to it. The whitest sand beach an...
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    Whitehaven beach is truly a beach that is white and heaven. The heavenly beauty added by the white glaze of the sand makes it the most beloved beach i...
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    Wondering which beach to visit in Cairns? Then, put an end to your search. Holloways Beach is a popular destination in Cairns (Queensland, Australia) ...
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    Ellis Beach is one of the famous beaches in Australia. It is knownfor its exquisiteness and nonpareil calmness. Located in Tropical North Queensland, ...
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    Tamarana Beach is highly famous for two activities and they are swimming and surfing. Two things that make this beach distinctive are the height of th...
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    Location 110km north of Cairns, via the Cook Highway Welcome Kuku Yalanji, the traditional owners of Daintree National Park, welcome you and as...
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    Jardine River National Park and Heathlands Resources Reserve is a large Wilderness Park in the catchment of Queensland's largest perennial stream, the...
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    What's special?: Granite outcrops, open forest, boulder-strewn Davies Creek and Aboriginal rock art are the striking features of these parks. Pa...
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    What's special?: Fitzroy Island National Park is rugged and diverse with granite outcrops, open woodlands, rainforest, mangroves and coral beaches. ...
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    What's special?: This park contains the remains of the Earth
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    Rainforest and Great Barrier Reef hides the beautiful Clifton beach. Clifton beach is known for its astounding sea shores and lush blue sea. Beaut...
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    Mission Beach is one of the popular beaches of Queensland. It is made up of a group of beaches which include Garners Beach, Bingil Bay, Wongaling beac...
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    Flying Fish Point is one of the richest estuaries of Queensland, situated on the coast of Innisfail, between Cairns and Townsville. It is a shady,...
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    Queensland, Australias sunshine state is located on the north-eastern section of the mainland continent. The city has numerous zoos, theme parks and ...
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    Queenslands art scene is prolific. With accomplished artists and internationally recognized galleries, Queensland is quickly becoming the leading des...
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    Are you looking for peace and solitude? Then visit Turtle Bay Beach that offers a peaceful escapade. The beach has been named as Turtle Bay Beach sinc...
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    Belair National Park is an 835 hectare urban national park reserve located just 13 kilometres from the Adelaide City centre. Belair National Park ...
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    The 50,000 ha Coorong National Park was declared in 1966 to conserve the distinctive landscape, coastal dune system, lagoons, wetlands and coastal veg...
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    Flinders Chase National Park, located at the western end of Kangaroo Island encompasses stunning coastal landscapes, vast areas of wilderness and dive...
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    Innes National Park comprises 9,141 ha of natural coastal mallee, representing 1 of only a few pockets of significant vegetation on the Yorke Peninsul...
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    Lake Eyre National Park is about as far away from it all as you are likely to get in Australia or, for that matter, in most other countries of the wor...
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    Lincoln National Park is a rugged peninsula with spectacular ocean views, sandy beaches and sheltered camping sites. The park is covered in vast expan...
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    Mount Remarkable National Park, in the Southern Flinders Ranges, offers visitors a true wilderness experience within easy reach of Adelaide and the mo...
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    Nullarbor National Park and Regional Reserve covers 2,873,000 hectares and protects part of the world's largest semi-arid karst (caves) landscapes. Th...
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    The attraction of the Dalhousie mound springs, combined with some delightful camping spots and upgraded visitor facilities, make Witjira one of the Si...
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    The Great Australian Bight Marine Park The Great Australian Bight Marine Park (GABMP) was established to protect the biological diversity of the Bi...
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    Murray-Sunset National Park, in Victoria's far north-west corner, is the State's second largest national park. It is in one of the few remaining semi-...
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    Mitchell River National Park Mitchell River National Park is one of the Kimberley's two newest national parks. The park of 115,300 hectares lies in...
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    Introduction: From summer to winter, from north to south, and from high outcrops to deep river and stream valleys, the forests of Avon Valley Nation...
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    Introduction: Situated on the Vasse highway in Pemberton, Beedelup National Park is mostly karri forest, with some mixed forest and some areas of ja...
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    Brockman National Park The Pemberton Parks: The Pemberton area is famous for the beauty of its majestic karri forest. Brockman, Beedelup and Warre...
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    Cape Arid National Park a vast 279,415 hectares, is located on the southeast coast of Western Australia, 120 kilometres east of Esperance. Access t...
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    Introduction: "Worthless" was the opinion of early explorers of the area now in the Fitzgerald River National Park. Today, it is renowned for its di...
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    Cape Range National Park Situated mostly On the west side of North West Cape, the Cape Range National Park is a spectacular place of rugged limesto...
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    Gloucester National Park The Gloucester Tree, in Gloucester National Park, is probably Western Australia's most famous karri tree. This 60-metre-hi...
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    Introduction: John Forrest National Park is one of Australia's oldest conservation areas and Western Australia's first national park. The area w...
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    Kalbarri National Park is one of the most visited National parks in Western Australia covering over 186 000 hectares and only 6 hrs (590Ks)from Perth...
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    Kennedy Range National Park Just north of Gascoyne Junction, in the harsh and unforgiving interior of the State's north-west, lie the spectacular s...
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    Leeuwin-Naturaliste National Park The Leeuwin-Naturaliste National Park stretches for 120 kilometres along the coast between Cape Naturaliste (near...
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    Lesueur National Park The Mount Lesueur area's strikingly eroded laterite landscape was once dismissed as worthless scrubland, useless to farmers a...
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    Mount Augustus National Park Mount Augustus, or Burringurrah as it is known by the local Wadjari Aboriginal people, is about 850 kilometres from Pe...
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    Nambung National Park, situated approximately 245km north of Perth, is home to one of Australia's most unique and captivating landscapes - the Pinnacl...
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    Neerabup National Park As you travel north from Perth to Yanchep National Park you pass a long, thin, and seemingly ordinary, piece of Australian b...
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    Serpentine National Park Serpentine National Park, best known for the waterfall that cascades over a sheer granite face, abounds with the scenic be...
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    What's special?: An imposing mountain range of massive granite boulders is the highlight of this park, which is home to some unique wildlife, and is...
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    Jumbled pink granite boulders, water-sculptured rock pools and cascades along the scenic Auburn River. Ironbark open forest and bottle-tree scrub. Rel...
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    Rising abruptly above the surrounding dry plains, Blackdown Tableland protects spectacular sandstone scenery with gorges and waterfalls at the north-e...
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    Boodjamulla (Lawn Hill) National Park The emerald waters and lush vegetation of Lawn Hill Gorge form a beautiful oasis in the outback, attracting a...
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    Located 28km south of Townsville, Bowling Green Bay National Park covers 55 300ha of coastal and mountainous country. It has a diversity of habitat ty...
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    The Bunya Mountains form an isolated section of the Great Dividing Range lying about 150km from the coast. They rise abruptly form the surrounding cou...
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    Flowering heaths, quiet beaches and abundant wildlife make this park a place to retreat and relax. Several walking tracks provide excellent opportunit...
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    Wide expanses of Mitchell grass plains and spinifex woodland are protected in this park on the Barkly Tableland, a peaceful stopover for travellers an...
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    Cania Gorge National Park conserves a spectacular landscape of prominent sandstone cliffs, caves, eucalypt forest and dry rainforest on sheltered slop...
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    What's special?: Rock-strewn, sandy beaches, hoop pine-dotted hillsides plunging towards the sea, subtropical rainforest and mangrove-fringed wetlan...
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    Remote, rugged and diverse park with wild coastal scenery and impressive geological formations. Unusual wildlife, flora and fauna includes the foxtail...
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    Carnarvon Gorge is a paradise carved from the rugged sandstone range by the passage of water and time. The spectacular gorge carries special significa...
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    What's Special?: At the heart of the Upper Mary Valley forests and parks, this park protects magnificent forests, deep gorges and creek catchments, ...
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    What's special?: Spectacular creek scenery, granite outcrops, a scenic waterfall and eucalypt forest remnants in the headwaters of Crows Nest Creek ...
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    Spectacular white sandstone bluffs and gorges, brilliant wildflowers and exceptionally diverse habitats, ranging from lancewood forests to sand dunes,...
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    Byfield National Park and Conservation Park Byfield National Park is approximately one hour from North Rockhampton and 30 minutes from Yeppoon. The...
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    The Geikie Gorge National Park, situated 16km from Fitzroy Crossing, covers an area of 3,136ha. This exquisite gorge has been formed by the Fitzroy Ri...
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    Introduction: Mirima National Park, on the outskirts of Kununurra, has spectacular rock formations. Mirima is the name given to the area by the Miri...
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    Sydney, nicknamed "The Harbour City" is situated on Australia's south-east coast, built around Port Jackson. It is one of the breath taking and exciti...
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    3,502,301 (in 2001)
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    There are a series of tourist destinations in Sydney, Australia. Throughout the year a huge number of tourists from across the world come here to visi...
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    Cairns, the tropical city of North Queensland lies between the Coral Sea and the Great Dividing Range on the east shoreline of Cape York Peninsula. Th...
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    Cairns has many attractions, man-made as well as natural. It is a haven for adventure seeker or a travel-lover. The golden sun kissed beaches with spa...
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    Located in the Wet Tropics, the region’s climate is hot and humid during summer months with mild, dry winters. The rainy season generally occurs dur...
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    Cairns is home to a number of Tibetan Buddhist temples as well as a large number of Christian places of worship.
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    In the Cairns region, Japanese is commonly spoken in the tourism industry and some shop signs are written in Japanese. Mandarin Chinese is also an ...
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    GMT + 10 (GMT + 11 from last Sunday in October to Saturday before last Sunday in March).
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    220-240 volts AC, 50Hz; flat three-pin plugs.
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    1,992mm (78.4 inches).
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    1 Australian Dollar (A$1) = £0.48; US$0.71; C$0.88; €0.53 Currency conversion rates as of April 2009
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    Cairns Tropical Garden Show, mid May, showcases the best of North Queensland's horticulture and garden design. The Cairns Show, mid Jul, is the lar...
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    Cairns’ main sightseeing attractions are the two World Heritage listed sites to its north and east. The Great Barrier Reef is one of the most divers...
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    Adelaide, the capital city of South Australia (SA), was founded by free settlers in 1836. It is one of the most historic cities in Australia, situated...
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    Adelaide has perplexing array of attractions for the tourists. The city is a home to exceptionally clean and beautiful sandy beaches, enormous selecti...
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    Melbourne is set around the shores of Port Phillip Bay. The city boasts of a lively and cosmopolitan pulse. It offers something for everyone. From ult...
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    Below enlisted are the major and the favorite tourists attraction : - Historical Buildings : - The historically important buildings reveal the rich p...
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    Fitzroy Gardens The Fitzroy Gardens are within walking distance of the city centre, just beyond the Treasury Gardens. Few cities can boast a garden a...
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    Perth is the capital and largest city of the Australian state of Western Australia. It was founded on 12 June 1829 by Captain James. The city area is ...
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    The city has plenty of must see" attractions for the visitors like - √ Adventure World : - Experience the fun filled and exciting park, fea...
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    The classical concerts, ballet, traditional performances, blockbuster rock/pop concerts, cinema etc all the ingredients are perfect to make Perth a co...
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    1 Australian Dollar (A$1) = £0.48; US$0.71; C$0.88; €0.53 Currency conversion rates as of April 2009
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    Brisbane is the capital of the Australian state of Queensland and is the largest city. It is also the most populous and the fastest growing city in Au...
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    Brisbane is the third largest city and the capital of Queensland. Being bordered by a vast sea body on the east and great Dividing Range. The city off...
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    There is a wide choice for dusk and after-dark entertainment in Brisbane. There are numerous discos and jazz clubs night spots where you can forget th...
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    The city offers a bewildering array of restaurants and dining places. The restaurants are generally cheap here, with skilled chefs and innovative cuis...
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    Alma Park Zoo Discover a wide range of Australian, exotic and endangered animals at Alma Park Zoo. This zoo located thirty minutes North of Brisbane,...
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    1 Australian Dollar (A$1) = £0.48; US$0.71; C$0.88; €0.53 Currency conversion rates as of April 2009
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    The name Wollongong is means "sound of the sea" in the local language. Being located in the Illawarra region of New South Wales, it is located on a na...
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    Futureworld Eco Technology Centre Futureworld Eco Technology Centre is located in Wollongong Sydney and this attraction demonstrates, exhibits and pr...
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    Albany is located in the Great Southern region of Western Australia, situated around a port on the southern coast. It is the sixth largest city in the...
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    Below are some of the popular tourists attractions : → Wignalls Winery : - It is located in the heart of the Great Southern winery region. ...
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    With nature and its beauty in the lap it offers people a never ending list of must do things like : √ Enjoy the natural landscapes by tr...
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    Male : 48% Female : 52%
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    Broome is situated on the traditional lands of the Jukun and Yawuru people. Broome is a pearling and tourist town in the Kimberley region of Western A...
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    The town has a spectrum of tourists attractions. Below listed are some of the highlights : √ Cable Beach and Town Beach : - They are a must...
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    There are various things to do in the town like : √ Ride camels at sunset at Cable Beach. √ Visit Broome Bird Observatory. √...
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    Situated on a peninsula, Bunbury is the second largest city in Western Australia, also known as the capital of Southwest, its population is of about 3...
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    Canberra is Australia's federal capital with a population of over 332,000, was established as part of the Australia's federation in 1901, is Australia...
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    Hobart is located in the foothills of Mount Wellington, Hobart is Australias second oldest city and southernmost capital, overlooking the grey water ...
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    √ Walking Tours Walk the walk and talk the talk with the friendly and informative guides in Hobart, the best activity to explore the picture...
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    Launceston is a city in the north of the state of Tasmania, Australia, with a population of 103,325 located at the juncture of the North Esk, South Es...
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    Some of the Tourist Attractions of Launceston are : √ The lofty Cataract Gorge is the key attraction of Launceston and numerous tourists flo...
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    Newcastle is Located on the Eastern side of the continent near the Hunter River, in the province of New South Wales Newcastle is one of the thriving b...
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    √ Blackbutt ReserveBlackbutt Reserve occupies approximately 182 hectares of land being located six kilometers from Newcastle city centre. It ...
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    Rockhampton belongs to the Queensland region, and lies at the north of the Tropic of Capricorn. Was established in 1855 and is one of the oldest citie...
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    Tasmania is an Australian island and state of the same name. It is located 240 kilometres (150 mi) south of the eastern side of the continent, being s...
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    The island state of Tasmania, Australia is a perfect place to enjoy your next holiday. From the beautiful Wineglass Bay and the Freycinet National Par...
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    Sydney is an awe-inspiring city that puts forward plenty of Things To Do for its visitors. The never ending list of the Must Do things will compel...
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    Sydney hosts some of the Australias greatest cultural as well as social events. The major ones include the Sydney Festival, the Biennale of Sydney Tr...
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    The city offers you an extensive range of restaurants, eating outlets, eateries and so on with excellent ambience and luscious food at reasonable pric...
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    Sydney is a shoppers paradise as it offers a unique and comprehensive shopping experience. The city has plenty shopping complexes and up-markets near...
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    Sydney is an ideal place for outdoor and leisure activities. The tourists visiting the city have dozen of choices open for sports and outdoor adventur...
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    Sydney has a large and well run Government public transport system. Mostly the locals prefer to commute by car through the system of roads and motorwa...
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    The Kingsford Smith Airport is the main international and domestic airport of Sydney. It daily operates several international as well as domestic flig...
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    There is no dearth of activities in this picturesque city of Australia. The city offers you a plethora of things (activities) to do and enjoy with you...
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    Amusement knows no realms. Apart from various amusement parks, you can spend valuable time with your family in the wildlife parks, aquatic parks etc. ...
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    Cairns is famous for its excellent food and numerous restaurants. The city ranks the best amongst all other cities of Australia when it comes to dinin...
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    Cairns is definitely a paradise for shoppers. One gets completely engrossed in the shopping presents and souvenirs for family and friends. All the ite...
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    Apart from sight-seeing, the city has endless list of activities for the tourists like : – Rafting – Bungee Jumping – ...
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    The transport used by the locals mostly is the bus. It is cheap and comfortable but sometimes crowded. You can hire a taxi or take a car on rent to to...
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    Cairns is well-connected by air, rail, road and sea to almost all major cities of Australia. There are several direct international flights from count...
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    It is not required to mention that Queensland offers you so much to see and do that it will keep you occupied throughout your stay. There is an incred...
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    Queensland offers a gourmet paradise with scrumptious and delectable cuisines accompanied with finest wines. The city has an array of excellent restau...
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    Abbey of the Roses is weekly market with numerous shops and stalls offering array of products including art and crafts, homemade cakes, unique handcr...
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    Long hours of golden sunshine, tropical climate and endless options for sports and leisure, all makes Queensland an excellent getaway. Experience adre...
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    The city has an excellent network of the local transport. There are a large number of transport services located in various regions, towns and cities ...
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    Your options for getting around Queensland are plentiful and easy. Air travel is the most popular and convenient way to get to Queensland. The city ha...
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    The city has several cinemas and theatres so that people can spend some quality time with their loved ones. Some of the popular ones are : - Ad...
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    Adelaide has dozen full of restaurants and eateries, both in and around central place. The city has build up its reputation in gastronomy, as several ...
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    The city doesnt rank so high on the shoppers list but still it has plenty to offer its visitors. The Rundle Mall has been Adelaide's premier shopp...
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    Sports in Adelaide are an incredibly popular pastime for locals and visitors. The city offers plenty of extremely thrilling sports and outdoor activit...
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    The local Transport in Adelaide is mainly the bus and the taxis. The buses are a cheap mode of transport but sometimes crowded. Generally the tourists...
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    The city is connected to almost all the places of the world by air and water. There are many connecting and direct, international as well as domestic ...
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    Brisbane offers a tempting range of many department stores, specialized shops and boutiques. There are nine large shopping arcades, including the new ...
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    Cabramurra is the highest town on the Australian continent, situated in the western Snowy Mountains of the Great Dividing Range, in the state of New S...
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    The town is foodies paradise and offer excellent meals and delicacies at reasonable prices. The city has a wide range of restaurants and eating outle...
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    Launceston specializes in food as fresh as the air that helps nurture the plump and juicy grapes. From seafood including oysters shucked, to artisan b...
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    There are two shopping malls in Launceston, Brisbane Street Mall and the Quadrant Mall. Brisbane Street Mall is great for the larger department stores...
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    Transportation facility at Launceston is very comfortable and safe. There are frequent bus, coach and train and other local transport services that ru...
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    Launceston is about a 45-minute flight from Melbourne and 95 minutes from Sydney. There are about 4 direct flights on weekdays and 2 flights on weeken...
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    √ Surrounded by natural beauty Tasmania is home to some of the best wineries in the regions. A perfect combination of quality food and wine i...
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    When it comes to Tasmania entertainment there are so many fun things to do that you will have a hard time picking and choosing. In fact, there are all...
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    A mild, sunny climate and clean air, soil and water - all we need for the best food. With the islands offering a variety of local as well as exquis...
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    There are plenty of things to buy in Tasmania some of which include : → Artists living in Tasmania will tell you it is the landscape that ha...
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    There's whitewater in our rivers, kelp forests in our oceans, and freedom in the challenge. Tasmania's place at the edge of the world and the uniqu...
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    Tasmania is connected with a network of good public transportation system which connects areas like Hobart and Launceston. Though the frequency is com...
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    ◊ Air TravelSince Tasmania is not connected with direct international flights, the tourists have to transit from Melbourne, Adelaide, Sydney ...
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    1 Australian Dollar (A$1) = £0.48; US$0.70; C$0.88; €0.53 Currency conversion rates as of April 2009
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    Imagine racing at 75km per hour through Sydney Harbour, under the bridge, past the Sydney Opera House and the Australian Navy Fleet, before skimming a...
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    Jump the Beach offers exhilarating skydiving adventures operating out of Queensland's spectacular Mission Beach. Contact Jump the Beach for an exhi...
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    'The 4 hour session will offer a unique experience where beginners are introduced to kiteboarding as well as experience just what its like to get out ...
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    Large tropical rainforest park containing Queensland's highest peak, Mt Bartle Frere. Tropical rainforest grows from the foothills to the summit of th...
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    Southern Cross Yachting believes in fun for everyone. Southern Cross Yachting can arrange a day out or holiday afloat to suit any budget. Families, fr...
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    The Sugarworld Waterslides are situated only minutes from Cairns in the suburb of Edmonton. They have 4 giant waterslides for adults and children, a w...
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    Experience the excitement and adrenalin of white water rafting on this half day adventure to the Barron River Gorge in North Queensland. The rapids ar...
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    Australia's most famous one day white water rafting experience! Up to 5 hours and 45 rapids of adventure, magnificent waterfalls, World Heritage Rainf...
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    Millaa Millaa Falls are magnificent waterfalls surrounded by lush rainforest located on the Waterfalls Circuit, along with Zillie and Ellinjaa Falls. ...
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    Welcome: The Traditional Owners of Millstream Falls National Park, the Jirrbal people, welcome you and ask that you respect and take care while visi...
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    Mount Townsend is one of the Olympic Peninsula
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    Located centrally 41km north-west of Cardwell and 36km south-west of Tully, lies Murray Upper National Park. It is here where one of natures beauty's ...
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    Mt Jagungal is the centre piece of the Mt Jagungal Wilderness area within the Kosciuszko National Park. The mountain is the tallest peak that is not a...
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    Mount Keira Summit Park The park is an area of 9.4 hectares that includes the whole summit of Mount Keira. It is used intensively for recreational...
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    Mount Kembla Mining Village : The entire village is of historic interest. Situated at 1,720 feet above sea level, the village is in an area of la...
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    At 2228 metres, Mount Kosciuszko is the highest mountain on mainland Australia. It may not be the highest mountain in the world but it is one of the o...
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    Plunging 109 metres into a mist-filled abyss, Purlingbrook Creek makes a dramatic exit from the Springbrook Plateau. There is water falling all ye...
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    Mount Nebo is a tall hill, part of the Mount Keira foothills on the edge of the suburban fringe of the town of Wollongong, New South Wales. Its summit...
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    Queen Mary Falls are located in Main Range National Park. In the Condamine River headwaters, Spring Creek cascades over a waterfall into a rainforeste...
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    Wallaman Falls, located 51 kilometres west of the town of Ingham (approx 100 kilometres north of the city of Townsville) is the most accessible of sev...
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    Wentworth Falls is a tall 50m waterfall dropping in two angled leaps. Situated near the surfing town of Whangamata, it's a pleasant bush tramp that pr...
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    The Wollomombi Falls are one of the highest falls in Australia. The spectacular single fall from the undulating plateau country around Wollomombi to t...
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