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The cosmopolitan city of Perth is situated in Western Australia and boasts a wonderful mix of beach tranquility and vibrant city life. The famous Australian lifestyle and the warm climate attract visitors year after year; Perth will bedazzle one and all. Sightseeing opportunities abound in Perth, with the Swan River creating the base for picture postcard scenery. Enjoy a diverse mix of attractions and opportunities to explore. Kings Park botanical gardens, Scarborough and its surf, or King Street shopping, the activities are endless.

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Australia is the worlds largest island and you will be spoilt for choice as to where to visit!  However, the southern central part of the country is the fourth largest of Australia's states - the state capital is Adelaide, the fifth-largest city in Australia.

This is a superb choice of destination as it is known as the ‘Festival State’ where there are more than 500 festivals every year. Great beaches in easy reach with fascinating wild life to see and magnificent water sport opportunities. 

South Australia provides wonderful destinations you can visit from Adelaide, get close to koalas, kangaroos, penguins, seals and pelicans on the wildlife marvel of Kangaroo Island. Go and visit the Flinders Ranges and Kangaroo Island, Barossa Valley and Fleurieu Peninsula by driving the South Australian Loop.
Adelaide is South Australia’s graceful and cultured capital, which offers parklands, beaches and the vineyards and coastal areas of the Fleurieu Peninsula. This elegant city is known for its colonial architecture, spacious parklands, lively festivals and sense of space. You should explore the museums and libraries of North Terrace, find your lunch on streets dedicated to restaurants and bars, try Rundle Street and Gouger Street, or picnic in gardens that cover much of the city.  You can swim with dolphins, sail in Glenelg or fish from the jetty in Henley. The Barossa Valley is not far away, with its collection of tasty wine makers!

Adelaide is called Australia’s festival city, and with good reason.  The city is to all year round festivals and displays.  In February the largest festival in the Southern Hemisphere comes to the city.  The Adelaide Fringe is an energetic month of outdoor theatre, cabaret, art displays, dance performances, street entertainers, film screenings and lots of live music.

But its not all city life, don’t forget the beach, where you will find easy going restaurants and white beaches. Whilst you will never tire of Adelaide’s city life, there is plenty to do outside the city limits, try Glenelg, a seaside village in Holdfast Bay, just a 25-minute tram ride from the centre. sandy white beach, charming hotels and busy shops, along with cafes and summer amusement. Why not swim with dolphins, go diving or snorkelling or fishing? 

Where to stay, well there is plenty of choice, you can opt for an Aussie backpacking small hostel, right up to the main four/five star hotels, including the Hilton, the Royal Adelaide, Crowne Plaza or Oaks Horizon, to name just a few. Plenty of self catering accommodation, from the basic to the luxurious, some close to the beach.

This is certainly one of the worlds most varied cities, offering a real range of possibilities with the advantage of the friendly Aussie locals!  No one will find they have much spare time on a visit to Adelaide, the longer you can stay for, the more there is to do in this wonderful Australian city. 

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Australia a land of diverse culture, wildlife, landmarks and a laid back attitude.

class=MsoNormal style="MARGIN: 0cm 0cm 0pt">If there’s ever a destination that was known for its variation it would likely be Australia. This unique and vibrant country is home to so many different types of activities, landscapes, people and history. Its diversity is woven deep into every possible surface. With the two separate worlds of the cosmopolitan cities offering luxury accommodation, to the wild and untamed outback with its amazing nature, there are many opportunities for wonderful memories. If you’re looking for that once in a lifetime holiday location, Australia is the perfect destination for you.

The stunning landscape of the coast, the beaches found at the city’s side as well as the secret, isolated bays in the national parks, there are many opportunities to explore. The snowy mountain tops and the rushing creeks, the lush greenery and ripe vineyards, Australia is filled to the brim with wonderful adventures.

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Cairns offers all the components for a wonderfully memorable holiday. Experience the diversity of Australia, right here in Cairns

Cairns is a beautiful location in North Queensland, Australia. Described as where the reef meets the rainforest, this popular destination is a tropical paradise bursting with attractions and hidden gems. Besides the stunning coastline and beach appeal, Cairns is also home to a family fun water park, entertaining casinos, and a beautiful lagoon. Excellent nightlife and a fantastic array of accommodation, make this a thriving holiday favourite. Situated right next door to an extensive rainforest, full of wildlife activity, and the world famous Great Barrier Reef, Cairns has a lot to offer even the most discerning of travellers. Popular with hikers, backpackers, families, friends, and the rich and famous, Cairns has an appeal unlike anywhere else.

The Great Barrier Reef is famed for its multicoloured underwater world, where amazing coral and sea life can be seen by even the most inexperienced of divers. A fascinating array of nocturnal wildlife can also be witnessed at Cairns Night Zoo, and a traditional Australian BBQ is also part of the package. Apart from the wildlife, Cairns is also popular for its variety of outdoor pursuits. Prepare for the diversity of watersports such as white water rafting down Tully River or relaxing fishing trips in the Coral Sea, whatever your preference, there is plenty to be enjoyed.

Cairns’ climate is considered to have just two seasons, wet and dry. Thankfully the dry season is considerably longer, with the rains of the monsoons only sticking around from December to April, and the rest of the year being wonderfully hot. Swimming in the ocean is not possible during summer, as the temperatures bring an abundance of jelly fish to the coast. Because of this, it’s advised that you choose accommodation featuring a pool and air-conditioning.

If you wish to sample the delights of Australia but you’re not quite sure where to begin, Cairns offers a diverse selection of everything you could ever need. Allow yourself to soak up the culture so evident, learn of Aboriginal roots and generally fall into that laid back Australian lifestyle. Cairns will keep you highly entertained and provide memories that last forever.

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Australia's Gold Coast offers miles of soft sands and sparkling blue sea, besides an array of family fun and adventure.

The beautiful Gold Coast is aptly named for its miles of sugar soft sands flanked by sparkling blue sea. Popular for its countless surf beaches and abundance of tourist attractions, the Gold Coast offers tourists a taste of the great outdoors combined with blissful paradise. Accommodation can be found in copious supply throughout this dedicated tourist town. Holiday makers can choose from beachfront apartments or indulgent hotels, all with exploration of the Gold Coast in mind.  A short drive away and small, isolated mountain villages can be discovered, along with lush tropical landscape. Waterfalls cascading into deep rock pools, surrounded by thick rainforest, and age old culture, the Gold Coast is truly one of the most beautiful places in the world.

As well as all of the natural splendour, this part of the world boasts, there is also the contemporary and classy Main Beach. Oozing with sophistication and style, this boutique suburb is home to exclusive restaurants, bars and shopping. For fun, sun and surf you can’t go wrong with Surfers Paradise.  Teeming with activities and excitement, this haven of theme parks, family attractions, night life and shopping provide the ideal holiday location. After the sun sets, the nightlife of Surfers Paradise begins, and you’ll have more bars, clubs, themed restaurants, and live music than you’ll ever manage to visit in one short holiday.

Families will love the variety of theme parks in copious supply. From Movie World, the only movie related theme park in Australia, to Sea World showcasing dolphins, sharks and rollercoaster heaven, Gold Coast offers something for everyone to enjoy. The Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary displays the more rugged part of Australia with bush land animals such as kangaroos, koalas and crocodiles to behold. Catering for children and adults alike, enjoy the range of options a Gold Coast holiday will bring you.

Food and wine is held in high accolade, with Gold Coast Hinterlands home to vineyards and wineries. Sample the fresh flavours of Australian food, enjoy the local seafood and visit restaurants presenting the most exquisite, locally grown produce. Holiday makers will find a fusion of international variety that can be enjoyed in banquet style, intimate settings or alfresco. Savour fine wine and sumptuous cuisine each night of your holiday before heading out on your new day of adventure.

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Experience the friendly atmosphere and laid back lifestyle at this dazzling Australian city.

A city that is famous for its sophistication and sense of style, Melbourne has everything the modern traveller could want from a holiday destination. With all the high class restaurants, accommodation, and entertainment that this bustling city has to offer, it’s understandable why Melbourne is such a popular choice. Beautiful scenery, rugged landscape, inner city shopping and legendary culture make up the melting pot of activity, Melbourne is so loved for.

Melbourne has a unique atmosphere of its own, and you’ll soon find yourself becoming enveloped in the mesmerising appeal of the city. Vast shopping malls and department stores, Aboriginal history and the further afield coastline create a vibrancy and diversity to suit all visitors. The Australian Grand Prix, Tooheys Blue Melbourne Cup, and the Australian Open Tennis Championship, are just some of the major events that take place here. It is also the place to find what is dubbed as, the greatest cricket ground in the world, Melbourne Cricket Ground. If you enjoy your sport, you’re going to be spoilt for choice in Melbourne.

A varied heritage ensures that even dining experiences offer a multitude of options. Recipes ranging from Italian and Greek, Spanish and Chinese, and Indian and African, can all be savoured via the abundance of dining venues within the city. The fresh sea food restaurants are also in plentiful supply, with surf and turf being a specialty in most restaurants.

Just outside the city, there are many opportunities to witness nature that is sure to take your breath away. The Great Ocean road will have you carefully driving your way to fantastic views and Wilson's Promontory, a haven of wildlife and natural splendour. One event that is considered to be a delightful ‘must see’ is the Penguin Parade at Phillip Island, where every night hundreds of penguins shuffle onto the land to sleep.

If you’re after a well blended cocktail of natural beauty, modern style and metropolis, then Melbourne is the ideal place to visit. You’ll have all the luxury of a city break with the escape of nature and countryside just minutes away. Melbourne is teeming with excitement and adventure, you just have to come over and enjoy it!

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Sydney. famous for it's history, landmarks and exciting recreation.

Sydney is arguably Australia’s most famous location, and with its huge choice of activities, accommodation, history and recreation, it is easy to understand why. An enigmatic harbour city, Sydney is home to many iconic Australian buildings, including the world famous Sydney Opera House. With its attractions suitable for young and old, groups and couples, Sydney can be the ideal place to start your Australian adventure.

The laid back lifestyle of Australia is particularly evident in Sydney which boasts an appeal like no other city in the world. Alluring attractions, exciting activities and endless sightseeing options make this a lifetime experience. Families will love the array of child friendly excursions such as Sydney Wildlife World, Featherdale Wildlife Park or Taronga Zoo. Sydney Aquarium, Sydney Observatory, or the Powerhouse Museum all make interesting tours for any age. Beaches are aplenty in Sydney which offer world famous surfing and golden soft sands. Choose famous locations such as Whale Beach, Bondi Beach or Coogee Beach. A fascinating city blends with coastal beauty, creating a superb destination for everyone to enjoy.

With a history bursting at the seams, Sydney displays its bygone era of convicts, architecture and Aboriginal heritage via the many museums and centres. The Susannah Place Museum and Hyde Park Barracks are fascinating tours and always popular with holiday makers. Sydney also offers the chance to experience the stunning vistas from the Sydney Tower observation deck. A daring skywalk via the glass platform outside of the tower, awaits visitors who want a little more of an adrenaline rush. 

If you’re eager to explore Australia, but don’t know where to begin, Sydney is likely to tick many, if not all, of your holiday essential boxes. It is recommended that you book any major tours before you travel, as the city is large and busy. Organising your break while you are there, may be a little overwhelming. By having a plan when you arrive, you’ll be off enjoying the delights of Sydney, in next to no time!

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