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Australia’s main tourist attractions are Sydney and Melbourne, the spectacular Great Barrier Reef along the Queensland shore is one is kind in the world (look for Scuba and Surfing hangouts), and Uluru/Ayers Rock - famous landmark of Australia a towering red rock of 348 m, in the rugged outback of the Northern Territory.
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Other attractions in the continent range from the wild flowers of Western Australia to the vineyards of the Barossa Valley (well known for its delicate wines), and from Western Australia’s ghost towns to the remarkable wildlife on the island of Tasmania.
Try Flinders Ranges (for bushwalks, salt lakes, national parks and gorges), Freycinet Peninsula, Kakadu National Park, Snowy Mountains, and Broome gateway to The Kimberley (epitome of raw outback Australia with rivers, oasis, crocodiles etc.)
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Footy and Cricket fans can look at Accommodation near Stadiums. Punters should look for Hotels near Racecourses.
Major Tourist Attractions: The include
Adelaide is the fifth largest city. It has a population of 978000. Adelaide is about 7 miles from the coast. The average temp. is 64° F (17.5° C) and about 70% of all South Australia residents live in Adelaide the State capital of South Australia. The Torrens River splits Adelaide into two parts; the northern bank, which is mostly residential, and the southern side, which is mostly business and commercial. Adelaide a major wine centre, as well as art centre, holding both wine festivals and at festivals each year. For our business visitors it is heavily industrialised with chemical, tire and automobile plants, as well as steel works, and sugar and oil refineries. In the surrounding areas, there are dairy farms and apple orchards.
Alice Springs:Alice Springs (established in 1872) has a population of 22,000 people. It is the main town in the Northern Territory, Australia. Alice Springs controls cattle raising and mining in that area. They have the most tourists during the long, warm Australian winter, and it can can be accessed by railway, air or by the Stuart Highway.
Darwin:Darwin is the capital city of Northern Territory in Australia. It has about 40,000 residents and is located on a plain near the coast of the Timor Sea. The climate in Darwin is warm ranging from 22-33° C (71-91° F). It gets about 150 cm. (60 inches) of rain each year, most of which comes during their summer (January-March). Darwin is the major commercial and transportation center of northern Australia. Some main industries are tile and brick manufacturing, lumbering, and meat packing. They also raise cattle and mine for uranium, bauxite, manganese, and iron.
Melbourne: Melbourne is Australia's second largest city, with a population of three million. It is a centre for land, air, and sea routes since a third of Australia's imports go through Melbourne. Some major imports are petroleum, paper, timber, iron, steel, and chemicals. Melbourne's main exports are wool and agriculture products. It also manufactures ships, cars, clothing, metal, and rubber products. Melbourne has a large public library, a modern arts complex, several museums, & three universities. Melbourne is the home of the State Parliament House and the Anglican and Roman Catholic Cathedrals.
Mount Kosciusko:Mount Kosciusko is Australia's highest mountain. It is located in the "Australian Alps", in south-east New South Wales. The top of Mount Kosciusko extends 2,228 m. (7309 ft.). During the Australian winter (May to September), sports such as Skiing and snowboarding can be enjoyed there. Mount Kosciusko was discovered by P.E. Strzelecki in 1840 and named after the Polish democratic leader, Tadeusz Kosciuszko.
Sydney: Sydney in New South Wales is the largest city in Australia. It was also the first city established in Australia. It has a population of about 3,623,600. Sydney covers about 55 mi. (90 km.) of Australia's southeastern coast. The average temperature in Sydney is about 57° F (17.5° C). It is run by a lord mayor and aldermen and the seat of the New South Wales government is also in Sydney. Sydney is home to the Sydney Opera House and Sydney's deep water harbor. The Sydney Harbor Bridge spans the harbor.
Sydney Opera House: The Sydney Opera House in Sydney was established in 1973. It is the centre of many recreational and cultural activities, including opera, ballet, drama, music, and dancing. The Opera House contains a concert hall, a drama theater, a larger opera theater, an auditorium, and a cinema. Several companies' headquarters are there. The companies are Sydney Theater, Modern Dance, Australian Ballet, Australian Opera. Every January, the Opera House hosts a month long celebration of the fine arts practiced there.