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A plethora of different attractions from the Central Market and Botanic Gardens to the National Wine Centre.
You'll find many fine beaches in the area, including Middleton Beach, Frenchman Bay and Muttonbird Island.
Great place to stay if visiting the Great Barrier Reef as it is easily within reach.
Delight in the diversity of the city’s culture and its large creative and artistic population.
Famous for containing a telegraph cable that extends all the way to Singapore!
Soak up the once in a lifetime experiences in this great unspoilt environment off the island of Tasmania.
This multi-cultural city boasts a range of tourist attractions, including beaches, museums and parks.
Here you can sun yourself on the beach, explore the town's shops and restaurants or even go whale-watching.
One of the first settlements in Western Australia, with some unique attractions.
From this beautiful seaside town you can visit the stunning Great Barrier Reef and the Daintree Rainforest.
A laidback town where water sports, most notably surfing, are especially popular.
A bustling and cosmopolitan city with a wide range of natural, cultural and historical attractions on offer.
Explore the area's many natural wonders and swim in Ningaloo Reef, one of the country's largest coral reefs.
Gaze down at this city from atop Mount Wellington then explore its many cultural attractions and festivals.
The perfect place for nature lovers, with many walking trails, scenic landscapes and a variety of wildlife.
A thriving metropolis known as the country's cultural capital, with many attractions catering to all tastes.
A lively city offering plenty of attractions and activities, with many beaches, parks, restaurants and more.
This island is full
of diverse wildlife and is home to Australia’s original motor racing circuit.
A bustling city that is known for its beaches and the many cultural experiences it offers.
A laidback and charming coastal town, close to Australia's only penguin breeding colony.
The surrounding area is popular with explorers, whilst the town itself is home to a famous prison.
A busy and thriving suburb home to one of the state's major ports and seaside city of Wollongong .
A laidback town where many watersports, such as diving and sailing, are popular pastimes.
A seaside town that is especially popular for its delicious seafood and its pristine beaches.
Victoria's oldest settlement has over 200 buildings of historical importance.