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Australia Destination Guide

Often symbolised by sun-kissed beaches, Sydney Opera House and Harbour Bridge, Australia has a lot more to offer. It is a place like nowhere else. Beyond the stereotype, Australia is an island where you might find the inland more intriguing than coastline. It’s the country with stupefying scenery - be it verdant hills, deserted stretches, sunny beaches, underwater world, spooky marshlands, towering city skyline or lush forests.


Famed for its harbour, Sydney has an easygoing beach lifestyle. The Harbour Bridge and Opera House are its pride and joy. This cosmopolitan is an entertainment precinct and a great place for retail therapy and enjoying a thriving nightlife. Queen Victoria Building, Centennial Parklands, Royal Botanical Gardens and Bondi and Manly beaches are the preferred attractions.



It has a multi-cultural vibe that is reflected on its European-styles cafes, Italian piazza-like restaurants and the fragrances of Asian spices along the Lygon Street. Melbourne is a hub for artists and in the maze of tiny laneways beyond main streets, you will find some awe-inspiring murals.



This city is best explored in a free bus tour that drives you around places like Perth Mint, Art Gallery of Western Australia and Swan Bells Tower. Delight in the beachside suburban life, go fishing in the Swan River and stroll on the sandy shore of Matilda Bay.



Rock climbing at Kangaroo Point cliffs is the most amazing activity you can indulge in when in this beautiful city lying on the bank of the Brisbane River. Explore the sand islands, lakes, valleys, forests and surf beaches around the city.



The capital offers an insight into culture, history and politics of the nation. This beautiful city integrates forests and mountains within city limits, therefore, you can explore Red Hill, Black Mountain, Mt Ainslie, and Mt Taylor without leaving the city.

Gold Coast

Gold Coast

Famed for its pristine beaches and invigorating nightlife, it offers a host of activities like surfing, whale watching, fishing and scuba diving.

Attractions in Australia

Great Barrier Reef

Along the coastline of Queensland, the Great Barrier Reef is a richly coloured spectacle of coral reefs and fishes spread across 2300 kms. It is the world’s largest collection of rare reefs of 400 different types and around 4000 kinds of molluscs that play host to 1,500 distinct species of fishes. Plus, it is also a habitat of various endangered species including sea cow and large green turtle. Dive into the ocean and lose yourself in this tableau of immense underwater beauty. And if diving is not your thing, take a glass-bottomed boat ride or a helicopter ride to get a panoramic view of the area.

Great Ocean Road

Running along the ocean, the Great Ocean Road in Victoria offers the most scenic drive in the country. The Twelve Apostles, Shipwreck Coast, Lorne beach, Bells Beach and Apollo Bay are the highlights of the road. At Warrnambool, catch a glimpse of southern whales during migration and watch kangaroos, koalas and emus in their natural habitat at Tower Hill State Game Reserve. See fur seals at Cape Bridgewater and be awed by the fascinating lights of glow worms at Melba Gully in the Great Otway National Park. Take a breather in Queenscliff to swim with adorable dolphins and at dawn, reach at Lake Elizabeth to canoe alongside little platypus.

Australian Outback

Discover the fascinating beauty of Australian Outback on a drive through the rough and varying terrains of Gibb River Road, Explorers Highway, Savannah Way, Red Centre, The Ghan and the Ormiston Gorge.

Byron Bay

The easternmost town, Byron Bay boasts sun-kissed beaches, excellent surfing spots and verdant rainforests. Spot turtles, manta rays, dolphins, humpback whales in the ocean, handglide over the Wategos Beach and scuba dive at Julian Rocks Marine Park. Visit one of the many spa retreats here for a rejuvenating session.

Blue Mountains

A popular day trip from Sydney, the Blue Mountains offer intriguing vistas of cliffs, valleys, ravines, waterfalls and forest. Marvel at the majestically standing Three Sisters rock formation, feel the cool sprays of water dropping down the Wentworth Falls and go underground in Jenolan Caves. Take the Greater Blue Mountain Drive that takes you around the 10,000 square kilometer area on a series of drives.

Uluru and Kata Tjuta

Explore the baffling formations and art sites around Uluru and Kata Tjuta and delight in the eerie charm of the area. Feel the powerful essence of the desert, stroll through the Valley of the Winds and take an adventurous Harley Davidson Motorcycle Tour.

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