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Things to see and do in Australia

Melbourne

History. Art. Cuisine.

In the Australian style capital, the elegance of the past, modern design and contemporary culture are artfully intertwined. Melbourne is a city with one foot in the past and the other in the future. It is the capital of the state of Victoria and the style capital of the country, revering good

food, coffee, fashion and art. When you explore central Melbourne, you immediately notice the fusion of new and old. Stroll down Collins Street and be enchanted by Victorian-era churches, Art Deco hotels and daring post-modern buildings. Nearby is Bourke Street Mall, where trams pass through protected heritage buildings tastefully converted into modern shops. Bring a towel and swimming gear to the seaside suburb of St. Kilda. After a swim in Port Phillip Bay, walk past the neighbourhood’s famous pie and vintage shops to Luna Park with bright lights and thrilling rides. Stay in one of St. Kilda’s boutique hotels and get up early for a beautiful morning stroll along the coast to the brightly coloured cabanas of Brighton Beach. Have your photo taken at these listed buildings for a perfect memento of these effortlessly stylish and liveliest of all cities.

Sydney

Beaches. Culture. Surfing.

Few cities can match the extraordinary life of Harbor City, a city of over a hundred beaches brimming with youthful vitality. Sydney, the capital of New South Wales, has more than 4 million inhabitants and is one of the most cosmopolitan cities globally. The relatively young

city has an energetic, infectious optimism, and the sun-tanned inhabitants feel just as at home on their surfboards as they do at the ballet. From the golden sands and sparkling waters of Bondi Beach to the unmistakable curves of the Sydney Opera House, the city is a photographer’s dream location. Start your discovery of the Harbor City with a Skywalk at the Sydney Tower. Then explore the nearby Royal Botanic Gardens and the majestic sails of the Sydney Opera House. A short walk away, you’ll find Circular Quay, New York’s Grand Central Station, but in the great outdoors of Sydney. At this bustling transport hub, board one of the city’s famous ferries to one of Sydney Harbor’s many destinations. Nearby Darling Harbor is home to the Sea Life Sydney Aquarium and the Australian National Maritime Museum. Follow the pier lined with restaurants and parks to The Rocks, where you can almost feel the ghosts of the city’s penal and maritime past. There is the Wild Mouse roller coaster in Luna Park for daredevils. And if you are not afraid of heights, then stretch your legs during the BridgeClimb on Sydney Harbor Bridge for a – literally – breathtaking experience. Say ‘G’day’ to kangaroos, koalas and platypus at Taronga Zoo and be sure to visit the bird show, with the harbour as a spectacular backdrop.

Perth

Sunny. Beaches. Nature.

This secluded city sits on a scenic river in a lush valley, surrounded by beautiful beaches, historic harbours and vast deserts. Enjoy the warm weather, beaches, wineries and breweries, and historic sites and museums in the capital of Western Australia (WA). Perth sits on the

banks of the Swan River, and its western suburbs extend to the turquoise waters of the Indian Ocean. Every afternoon the “Freo Doctor”, a refreshing wind, blows in from the south. Organize a barbecue or visit the botanical garden in the higher Kings Park. From the Swan Bells Bell Tower on the edge of the park, you have a great view of the Swan River. Take the kids to the Perth Zoo or Scitech, or show them the world’s most valuable coin at The Perth Mint. Discover where the gold was found to make the coin at the Western Australian Museum, which focuses on Western Australia’s mining history, among other things. After exploring the city centre on foot, take the train or bus to leafy suburbs like Subiaco and Cottlesloe. Swim and surf at Cottesloe Beach and follow the shoreline to Hillarys Boat Harbor for family fun. You can also see marine life swimming right past you at the Aquarium of Western Australia. Just north of the city’s central train station is the Perth Cultural Centre, where you can admire nature-inspired Aboriginal paintings at the Art Gallery of Western Australia. You can enjoy a night out in Northbridge to round off the day.

Adelaide

Nature. Animals. Beaches.

Adelaide is the capital of South Australia and is nestled between the ocean and the Adelaide Hills. It is a place full of creativity, historical sites and culinary delights. Adelaide has a distinctly European flair; the residents have a passion for food, wine, art and music. The surrounding

regions are home to some of the best food and wine producers, and the city hosts many international arts and sports events. Adelaide’s climate is almost Mediterranean, so it’s no wonder there is a wide range of outdoor activities to do. Lush gardens and parks surround the grid structure of the city. Have a picnic in the Adelaide Botanic Gardens or take the tram to one of Adelaide’s city beaches. Go down a waterslide at The Beachouse or swim with the dolphins at Glenelg, one of Adelaide’s must-see neighbourhoods. The small German settlements of Hahndorf and Lobethal lie in the Adelaide Hills, a short drive from the city. Many German immigrants still live in the hills, reflected in the architecture, customs and food. Explore the region to sample the offerings of some of Australia’s best wine producers. McLaren Vale and Barossa Valley are some areas that have made South Australia internationally renowned as a great wine region.

Sunshine Coast

Beaches. Relaxation. Surfing.

Enjoy pristine beaches, lush rainforests and lively towns in this area north of Brisbane known for its surf, fresh seafood and laid-back locals. The Sunshine Coast is a beautiful area in South East Queensland with beautiful beaches, elegant cities and a beautiful mountain

landscape. The area extends from Caloundra in the south to Noosa Heads in the north and the green-coloured Blackall Range inland. About an hour’s drive north from Brisbane to Caloundra, you’ll find immaculate beaches and a wide variety of accommodation options. Mooloolaba, Coolum Beach and Noosa Beach are also popular coastal destinations. Stay in a luxurious high-rise hotel on the busy Esplanade in Mooloolaba, and from there, it’s only a short walk to Underwater World SEA LIFE Mooloolaba, an award-winning aquarium and wildlife sanctuary. Just north of Mooloolaba, Alexandra Headland is a quieter destination known for its surfing beaches. The Sunshine Coast Hinterland is a fantastic day trip from the coast or a romantic getaway into the mountains. It has a subtropical climate with pleasant temperatures all year round. The beaches are patrolled by lifeguards every day of the year, and you can even see locals and holidaymakers swimming in winter. Try your hand at water sports such as surfing and kayaking. You can take a hike or bike ride in the forests and mountains you find around many places on the Sunshine Coast.

Brisbane

Mountains. Nightlife. Nature.

The laid-back capital of sunny Queensland is the perfect base for exploring riverside parks, sub-tropical islands and rugged mountains. Brisbane has a population of two million, but thanks to the warm weather and the friendly locals, there is a relaxed atmosphere. Brissie has plenty of

nightlife and art galleries, but its stunning location on a major river in sunny Queensland is undoubtedly the outdoors. Enjoy a cooling breeze on the water during the humid summers, rent a kayak to cruise the rocks at Kangaroo Point or go dolphin and turtle watching at Moreton Island National Park. Enjoy a quiet evening on the Brisbane River with fish ‘n chips and locally brewed beer. Brisbane offers many complimentary amenities such as swimming pools, barbecues, playgrounds, and regular cultural festivals. You also don’t have to pay for government-funded attractions and nature reserves, including Roma Street Parkland, the Gallery of Modern Art, the Museum of Brisbane, the Botanic Gardens and Mount Coot-tha. Take the ferry downstream to New Farm Park or book a cruise upstream to the Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary. You can also venture further along with the South Bank to the major museums, including the Queensland Museum and art galleries. Brisbane is surrounded by beautiful nature. So book a tour or rent a car to explore the area.

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Visit this sun-drenched land ‘down under’ in Oceania. Surf, explore rainforests, dive and see animals like kangaroos, koalas and emus. Australia is a vast country with beautiful beaches, unique animal species, more than 60 wine regions and fascinating cities. Dive in Cairns and swim at the Great Barrier Reef among colourful fish and coral. Explore the Daintree Rainforest and see crocodiles swimming.

Enjoy the hospitality of Australia, the delicious wines and the pleasant climate all year round. The seawater is warmest during the local summer, between December and February. Visit the Blue Mountains inland to see all the beauty. Travel north to the National Parks to view exotic wildlife such as kangaroos, emus and monitor lizards. Previously called Ayers Rock, Uluru is a massive red sandstone rock formation on a plain near Alice Springs. Travel to Adelaide to enjoy water sports in the Great Australian Bight. In Perth, you can experience a sunset over the Indian Ocean.

Australia offers both sunny and winter destinations. Enjoy the excellent nature for which Australia is so famous in every city. Don’t miss out on this beautiful country.

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