Discover AUSTRALIA my Land
Visitors love coming to Australia! They come to see the unique animal and bird life, the special wildflowers, the strange shapes of the age-old landscapes and to watch and play our sports and join in our pastimes.
Australia My Land is an online glossy magazine about Australia; the country, its services, pastimes and local businesses; to help you get know a little about us. Learn about how we live and how easy it is for our visitors to come and enjoy the hospitality. There is beauty in the shorelines, the waterways and the mountains, and an atmosphere that is different and exudes a peacefulness that attracts visitors to 'head out into the scrub'.
Discover The Land Downunder: Its Landscapes - Its People - Its Culture
Whether you are a fisherman, a surfer, a snow-skiier, bushwalker or just a scenery or beach junkie, there is really so much to see in Australia.
But you do need to come prepared. If coming with a guided tour from your country make sure they link up with the best tour guides here or plan your own trip and get to see so much more in your own good time.
What's New On The Website
The City of Albany
Visit the beautiful SOuth Coast of western Australia and one of the oldest ports in Australia.
Join the AML Team as a correspondant - its pretty easy really!
Feature On-line Tours
THERE ARE GREAT PLACES TO SEE, PEOPLE TO MEET AND
THINGS FOR YOU TO DO IN AUSTRALIA
All Visitors Will Enjoy Meeting Us and the Hospitality of Australian Businesses
The Australia My Land website is more than a operating directory and as you surf through the pages you will find plenty of interesting information on many Australian topics. You will learn about all of our fabulous COUNTRY REGIONS and how special they are and what they have to offer those visiting.
Australia My Land is also an online Shopping Centre; promoting Australian Businesses with a unique Turnkey Business Initiative that everyone can get involved with!
Come and visit us in Australia - We would like to meet you
Banner Photos: Uluru Ayers Rock (Ray Norrie) Sydney Harbour (Robert Wilson) Yarra River MCG Melbourne, Spirit of Tasmania Devonport, Swan River Perth, Surfer Margaret River WA (Lyle Stacpoole)