Sightseeing In The Land Downunder
"Visit an amazing country with more to see than you could fit into a life time"
You will be bedazzled by the sights you will discover in Australia
Australia has six states and two territories and each has so much to offer. The most iconic attractions awaits the exploring traveler. A rich diversity of destinations and experiences are ready to be explored including numerous varieties of zoos, our snowfields and waterways as well as theme parks just to mention a few.
You will discover uncrowded sandy beaches, exciting night spots and activity parks, mining relics, charming country towns, open cut opal mines, pan for gold in the rivers and visit some of Australia's richest agricultural lands.
Unleash the adventurer within you by visiting our cities and the night life of vibrant King Cross in Sydney or explore the isolated Barrier Reef islands off the Queensland coast.
If a unique journey of discovery is more your style visit Australia's last frontier; North of Mission Beach to the Daintree, Cape Tribulation and explore Cape York Peninsula or venture into Kakadu and step back in time.
Visit the spectacular sights of national parks, extinct volcanoes, prestine lakes, lava tubes, cascading hot springs, hidden gorges, sensational fishing spots, waterfalls and mountain scenery to outback sculptures.
The variety of Australia's landscape is often the subject of travel brochures and geographical discussions, but what is often missed are the hidden places where even a lot of Aussies have not yet been. Yet so much of it is so close! You do not have to travel to the Red Centre of Australia to enjoy 'the OUTBACK' as often it is very close to some of the major cities
There are major tourist attractions like Uluru, they say is the BIGGEST red rock in the world! (Ayers Rock) The magical SYDNEY harbour, with its world renowned coat hanger harbour bridge and the wonderful shell shaped Sydney Opera House. However some of our lesser known attractions are just as, if not more beautiful.
Places like Cradle Mountain and the Franklin River in Tasmania, Katherine Gorge, Mataranka, the Bungle Bungles in the Northern Territory, the Great Barrier Reef and the Whitsunday Islands and the many hidden creeks, rivers and ocean bays scattered throughout the country.
Then you still need to visit and sightsee the cities, SYDNEY Have breakfast at the Circular Quay and take a ferry ride to Manly and on your return jump on the open top city tour bus for a fun ride around the city and beaches.
Melbourne; the city with trams, fashion and glorious restaurants, Hobart/ with its wonderful SALAMANCA MARKETS and convict heritage and beautiful Derwent river. A visit to ADELAIDE Set on the Torrens River and known as the city of churches. Then we still have glorious perth and Fremantle offering long deserted BEACHES and the Margret River WINE country, plus the OUTBACK towns, like Broome, Carnarvon, Exmouth, Fitzroy Crossing, Halls Creek and Kalgoolie - and there are just a few outback places to visit!
The Northern Territory is just another story all on it's own! DARWIN Is known as the steeping off point to Asia and as many people leave others come, to visit places like Alice Springs which is often referred to as the "Capital of the Outback" Alice! As it is affectingly called is located just about in the middle of Australia, a long way from the beach! BUT from here the wonders of the red centre open up.
So Australia has a lot to offer the sightseeing traveller
WHOOPS! Almost forgot Queensland and BRISBANE Queensland has a lot to offer the sightseer traveller with wonderful beaches like Noosa, Caloundra, Bribie Island in the north on the SUNSHINE COAST and Cairns is up there too with all the off shore islands like Dunk and Hamilton, Then the GOLD COAST can't be left out, not only do they have white sandy beaches they also off all the major THEME and water fun parks, Warner Brothers is also on the coast.
Australia does provide visitors with a dazzling array of attractions
The brochures and advertising material are very pretty, as are the photos brought back by friends who have raved over Australia and its friendly PEOPLE.
To REALLY enjoy AUSTRALIA'S attractions you need to COME HERE and see it for yourself!
Photos: Dove Lake Tasmania (Gail Day) The Pinnacles WA (Lyle Stacpoole) Katherine Gorge Northern Teritory (Frank Pittorino) Three Sisters Blue Mountains NSW (Scott Phillipe)