Wednesday, October 2, 2013

Why visit Australia

Discover Australia’s cities, states and territories, unique iconic destinations and events. Whether you’ve got two weeks to see the sights or six months to cover the country in a campervan, there is never enough time to enjoy this land. If you’re seeking nature, adventure, art and culture, food, wine or inspirational holidays, you will find everything you need here.
How to start your Australian adventures? With its vast outback, ancient forests, pristine marine environments and unique wildlife, Australia offers many choices. Challenge yourself or enjoy soft beds and gourmet meals on more luxurious Australia adventure tours.
Learn about Australia’s many adventure journeys, which range from Outback Australia’s 4WD routes to challenging long-distance walks and picturesque sailing trips. Visit places in the remote, rugged Australian outback, from Australia’s Red centre to South Australia’s Flinders Ranges and the magical Kimberley in Western Australia.

Australia is a surfer’s paradise, and there are first-class waves crash across the country, from Victoria’s Surf Coast to Western Australia’s Margaret River. Discover hot-spots for diving and snorkelling, from Queensland’s Great Barrier Reef to Tasmania’s East Coast Dive Trail. Then learn more about the beautiful Australian places you can canoe or kayak, from dramatic Katherine Gorge to the pristine waters of Tasmania’s Freycinet National Park.

Immerse yourself in Australia’s Aboriginal experiences, places and journeys.
Aboriginal people of Australia have a rich, living culture stretching back at least 50,000 years. Get a snapshot of the diverse experiences on offer when you immerse yourself in Aboriginal Australia.
Discover places steeped in Aboriginal history in the Northern Territory. Visit Australia’s Red Centre and walk around the base of Uluu with an Aangu guide. Browse Aboriginal art in Alice Springs, where the Arrernte people have lived for 20,000 years. Learn about Dreamtime myths in the intricate rock art galleries of World Heritage-listed Kakadu National Park.

Find the journeys which bring you closer to the world’s oldest culture. Drive the Red Centre Way to sacred sites such as Uluu-Kata Tjua and Kings Canyon. Follow the South Australian Loop through the Flinders Ranges, where you can hear Adnyamathanha creation stories over the campfire. Drive the Savannah Way to Aboriginal rock art sites across Queensland, the Northern Territory and Western Australia.
Get up close to Australia’s beautiful nature. They have birds, plants and animals found nowhere else, 15 World Heritage-listed wonders and more than 500 national parks.

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