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  • Sydney Opera House, Sydney

    Sydney Opera House

    Sydney's most famous landmark. An absolute must – visit a performance here, take the tour or enjoy the architecture from outside.

  • Eureka Skydeck 88, Melbourne

    Eureka Skydeck 88

    Your typical observation deck features a blast: glass cube that slides out of the building! An unforgettable experience.

  • Kings Park & Botanic Garden, Perth

    Kings Park & Botanic Garden

    400 hectares adjacent to the Swan river. Natural bushland with wildlife and cultivated gardens on the other side. Try the tree top walk or night visit!

  • South Bank Parkland, Brisbane

    South Bank Parkland

    A beautiful park on the bank of the river Brisbane, it offers opportunity for relax and sport. There are fountains, benches, an open amphitheater and a beach.

  • Blue Mountains National Park

    Blue Mountains National Park

    These UNESCO-listed mountains are a marvellous natural gem. Explore the plateaus and gorges and do not miss the stunning views.

  • Surfers Paradise, Gold Coast

    Surfers Paradise

    This suburb really is paradise for all who like surfing. It is one of the Australia's must see places. There is lot of surfing schools so if you want to try it, you can.

  • Kuranda Scenic Railway, Cairns

    Kuranda Scenic Railway

    A spectacular journey comprising views of dense rainforest, steep ravines and beautiful waterfalls. Embark on a great adventure!

  • Adelaide Central Market, Adelaide

    Adelaide Central Market

    Visit this large and unique multicultural market with a vibrant atmosphere which offers a wide variety of goods and become a shopaholic!

  • Australian War Memorial, Canberra

    Australian War Memorial

    Including a museum, a shrine, and an archive, this architectonically beautiful memorial commemorates Australians who have died in wars.

  • Crocosaurus Cove, Darwin

    Crocosaurus Cove

    This place offers an utterly unique experience – Cage of Death. If you ever dreamt of meeting a crocodile face to face, this is your chance!

  • Adelaide River Queen Cruises, Darwin

    Adelaide River Queen Cruises

    About 64 kilometres far from Darwin, you can see what you have never seen before. Jumping crocodiles! It is true, go see for yourself.

  • Lake Burley Griffin, Canberra

    Lake Burley Griffin

    Hire a boat, go canoeing, windsurfing or fishing – this lake is perfect for family trips, explorers, or for those searching for a quiet spot.

  • Questacon, Canberra


    The National Science and Technology Centre with over 200 interactive exhibits inspires children from all over the world – bring yours, too!

  • National Museum of Australia, Canberra

    National Museum of Australia

    Unusual on the outside or the inside, this museum shows Australia's history in an interesting and very enjoyable way.

  • Old Parliament House Canberra, Canberra

    Old Parliament House Canberra

    This majestic building with its gardens draws attention; though it's not the home to Parliament anymore, it still has a Museum of Democracy.

  • Casuarina Coastal Reserve, Darwin

    Casuarina Coastal Reserve

    North of the city centre, you can find sandy beaches in the reserve covering 1500ha of land and protecting various species of animals.

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