Visiting Australia

By: enj

Australia is the only country that has a whole continent to itself. World famous for its natural wonders and wide open spaces (beaches, deserts and “the bush” or “the Outback”), Australia is ironically one of the world’s most highly urbanised countries and is well known for the cosmopolitan attractions of its globally significant cities, such as Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth, Adelaide, Hobart and the Australian capital city Canberra. Australia is also a major tourist destination, and is one of the world’s wealthiest countries.

The country is renowned worldwide for its vast, untouched landscape and its unique culture. Don’t worry about your money, there are many cheap hotels suitable for you in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Perth.

Brisbane’s New Farm Park.

Big Cities in Australia
* Melbourne – Australia’s second largest city and the nation’s first capital city. Melbourne is a huge sporting and cultural capital.

* Canberra – the purpose-built, planned national capital of Australia

* Adelaide – the City of Churches, a relaxed South Australian alternative to the big eastern cities

* Brisbane – sun-drenched capital of Queensland, fastest growing city in Australia (and the Southern Hemisphere) and gateway to beautiful sandy beaches.

* Cairns – gateway to the Great Barrier Reef, Port Douglas, the Atherton Tablelands, Daintree National Park, and many beautiful beaches and resorts. A great place for people to getaway to and relax.

* Darwin – Australia’s smallest and northern-most capital, at the top of the Northern Territory

* Hobart – small and quiet capital of Tasmania

* Perth – the most remote continental capital city on earth, on the south-western edge of Western Australia

* Sydney – Australia’s first and largest city, the capital of New South Wales

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