Australian tourist pamphlet

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Australian tourist pamphlet

NSWThe opera house in Sydney is a very big attraction wich is a honur to go see. you can go climb the harbour bridge or just watch the fire works.another amazing place to go in NSW is luna park it is an awsome theme park to go with your kids!


Harbour bridge,Opera House & Luna Park

NTAlice Springs is a welcoming outback town and popular centre for adventure activities. While you're here, explore Alice's rich and diverse art scene and intriguing outback history. Once you've set up a base in Alice, discover what lies beyond as you head out into a diverse and fascinating region.Hike, climb and cycle you way through the chasms, craters and sacred Aboriginal sites of the MacDonnell Ranges, or four-wheel drive the expansive Simpson Desert in the southeast. Travel west to the Finke Gorge National Park for the desert oases of Palm Valley and Finke River, or head north to Halls Creek and Gemtree. Rainbow Valley, to the south, reveals a shifting palette of sandstone colours throughout the day – a photographer's dream.

VICPlan your Melbourne holiday using our three-day itinerary, which includes Melbourne’s cultural attractions, the Yarra River and St Kilda Beach. Find out more about Victoria’s attractions you can visit from Melbourne, and the spectacular journeys you can take. Drive the Great Ocean Road to the Twelve Apostles and Victoria’s world-class surf beaches. Challenge yourself on the mountainous Great Alpine Walk or drive the Great Alpine Road through the Australian Alps and Gippsland.Learn about Australia’s other cities and get ideas for the rest of your Australian holiday. From Melbourne, you can fly or take the ferry to Tasmania, drive the Pacific Coastal route to Sydney or along the Great Ocean Road to Adelaide.Finally, match your Melbourne travel plans with one of the city’s world-famous events, such as the Australian Grand Prix, the Australian Open Tennis or the Melbourne Cup.



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