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List of

Australia Blog Articles

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navigationThe Great Barrier Reef is a famed diving destination, although divers with experience of the tropics find parts of it overused and damaged.
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navigationThere is snorkelling available off just about every beach on the island.
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Kakadu National Park

Natural attractions
navigationKakadu is ecologically and biologically diverse.
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navigationThe TWWHA includes 1,397 species from 293 families.
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Australia

Sightseeing
navigationAustralian flora and fauna is unique to the island continent, the result of having been isolated from the rest of the world for millions of years.
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Sightseeing
navigationBy far, the state's, if not country's most famous and important landmark is, Sydney Harbour, also one of the state's favourite postcard scenes.
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Sydney

Sightseeing
navigationMost of the Sydney landmarks can be seen in the City Centre with the iconic Sydney Opera House as well as visiting the Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney Tower, St Mary's Cathedral, Royal Botanic Gardens and the State Library of New South Wales.
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Namadgi National Park

Winter sport
navigationThe Namadgi National Park Draft Management Plan (September 2005) downplayed the future development of skiing as a sport in the Park, noting that no facilities existed for alpine or downhill skiing within Namadgi, despite a history of downhill skiing associated with the Canberra Alpine Ski Club and the Mt Franklin Chalet (destroyed in the 2003 bushfires).
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Australia

Activities
navigationIn the surf. Australia has seemingly endless sandy beaches.
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navigationThe main visitor information centre is in Federation Square, right near the intersection of Swanston and Flinders Streets.
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Australia

Shopping
navigationThe Australian currency is known as the dollar, denoted by the symbol "$" or "A$" (ISO code.
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Melbourne

Melbourne central business district
navigationThe Melbourne central business district (also known colloquially as simply "The City" or "The CBD") is the city centre and main urban area of the city of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, centred on the Hoddle Grid, the oldest part of the city laid out in 1837, and includes its fringes.
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Australia

Hotels
navigationAccommodation is readily available in most Australian cities and tourist destinations.
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Australia

Eat and drink
navigationAustralian cuisine was mainly influenced by its British and Irish colonial heritage until the 1960s and 70s, but with a history of immigration from other parts of Europe like Germany, Italy, Greece and Poland, the influence of these cultures has become more evident in Australian cuisine than its British and Irish beginnings.
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navigationMelbourne, The Great Ocean Road. The Mornington Peninsula and Phillip Island penguins.
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Lord Howe Island

Natural attractions
navigationLord Howe Island is a distinct terrestrial ecoregion known as the Lord Howe Island subtropical forests.
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Eat and drink
navigationThe entire Victoria is home to a vast amount of good nightlife, but in more particular - Melbourne, the cultural capital of Australia with numerous restaurants by the Yarra River.
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Sightseeing
navigationIf you spend any time in the bush you are very likely to see. Kangaroos, wallabies, and pademelons are everywhere throughout Tasmania.
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navigationCanoeing. in Lower Glenelg National Park or Murray River Reserves- Headwaters to Echuca Cycle the railtrails.
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Sightseeing
navigationThe place that Queensland's most known for its rock art is the Art Gallery in the Carnarvon Gorge National Park, which contains some of the finest Aboriginal rock art in Australia.