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|The East Coast: |
New South Wales & Sydney > | Queensland >
The Aussie East Coast is Australia's playground and where you'll find some of Australia's most cosmopolitan cities, including Sydney with its iconic harbour bridge and Opera House. See abundant wildlife on Fraser Island, the worlds largest sand Island, and swim in the clearest, warmest and most inviting water around the stunning Whitsunday Islands. In the tropics is the unique Daintree rainforest and the worlds largest reef teeming with exotic marine life on the Great Barrier Reef. You can understand why thousands of people flock here every year to experience the amazing aussie lifestyle.
|The Outback and Western Australia: |
Northern Territory > | Western Australia >
The great aussie outback invokes a spirit of exploration and freedom with its wide open spaces and cobalt blue skies, magnificent sunsets and the Aussie Battler lifestyle. The Northern Territory’s outback contains an assortment of quirky pubs, fascinating characters and the most famous rock in the world - Uluru. The 'top-end' in where you find Kakadu and Litchfiled national parks, full of wildlife and aboriginal history. In neighbouring WA you'll find the Kimberly region - it is one of the last untouched wilderness regions in the world and can only be accessed by 4WD. The Ningaloo reef is the jewel of WA famous for its resident manta ray and wild dolphins at Monkey Mia.
The Southern States: