Queensland Kangaroo on the beach
by Tourism Queensland

Experiencing Queensland Australia

The State of Queensland is pretty large, 2.5 times the size of Texas, so there is plenty of land to cover, and plenty of sights to see along the way. Narrowing this down, more than 70% of the population of Queensland reside within 50 miles of the coast, which reduces the amount of land you need to cover without missing out on too many of the highlights.

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Great Ocean Road, Victoria
Great Ocean Road, Victoria (Tourism Australia)

Australia’s Coastal Experiences

Australia is a destination that abounds with iconic sights, both natural and man-made. See the stunning Sydney Opera House, gaze at the changing color of Uluru Ayers Rock at sunrise and sunset and dive in and explore the Great Barrier Reef. Go beyond the iconic sights and discover a myriad of experiences to include during your Australian vacation.

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Mt. Borradaile - Arnhemland
Mt. Borradaile - Arnhemland, by Tourism Australia

Indigenous Experiences in Australia’s Northern Territory

Australia is home to the world’s oldest living culture with the Aboriginal Indigenous people having a continuous history spanning more than 50,000 years. Visiting Australia is an opportunity to discover a culture like no other on earth and experience it firsthand through art, dance, stories, music and the land around you.

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Koala, Adelaide Hills, SA by Tourism Australia

Discovering Wildlife in South Australia

One reason visitors flock to Australia is to see the unique range of native wildlife that roams this beautiful country. From koalas sleeping in gum trees, kangaroos hopping across open plains, sea lions basking in the sunshine, and a sea filled with whales, penguins, marine life and more, there really are wildlife experiences available throughout the land.

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The Gardens, Bay of Fires, Tasmania
The Gardens, Bay of Fires, Tasmania, by Tourism Australia / Graham Freeman


Looking at a map of the world, Tasmania is the small island under mainland Australia. Don’t let its small size convince you that this is a one or two day destination. Tasmania is jam packed with friendly wildlife, delicious food and wine, award-winning whiskey, stunning scenery and some of the freshest air on the planet. Add to that it was named Lonely Planet’s fourth "Top 10 Regions in the World to Visit in 2015" and then ask yourself "Why have I not visited?"

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Katherine Gorge, Nitmiluk National Park, by Streve Strike

Australia’s Volatile Top End

When you think of Australia’s Northern Territory you are immediately flooded with images of Uluru (Ayers Rock) and Kata Tjuta (Olgas) rising from the red desert floor. While these are both iconic representations of the Northern Territory scenery, they signify just a small section of the vast landscape found in this amazing area of Australia.

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