Australia is surrounded by the Indian Ocean, the third largest ocean of the world and the Pacific Ocean, the world's largest and deepest ocean. Its geography makes it a great place for water sports such as surfing, snorkeling, helmet diving and of course scuba diving.
Australia has a beautiful countryside. It has over 500 national parks and 123 million hectares of native forest which makes it a great place for a walking tour. Also, it has a lot of trails – from the city to farmland and alpine forests - and landmarks that are best explored through a two-wheeled touring.
With over 10,000 beaches, kangaroos with a population that is higher than the people in the country, a national highway which is the world's longest and that circumnavigates the entire country – they contribute to an awe inspiring view in and around the whole continent. Architectural buildings such as the Sydney Opera House and the skylines add to a breath-taking view of the cities during the day and at night.
Australia has a very rich and unbelievable nature such as the reefs, rock formations, falls, islands, mountains, caves and desert structures that are home to hundreds of thousands of species. Australia outperforms other countries when it comes to reptiles and fish. Being a mega diverse country, there's just so much to discover and enjoy about the country's biodiversity.
If you're seeking an adrenaline-packed adventure, Australia has a lot to offer. Theme parks surround the cities which offer world-class ride, attractions and fun activities to kids of any age.
There are four seasons in Australia which is greatly different from those countries in the northern hemisphere – December to February is summer, March to May is autumn, June to August is winter, and September to November is spring. But at any time of the year, Australia will surprise everyone whether it's the food, the wildlife of the place itself. Once you get to see and explore the place, you will surely be amazed of what the continent country has to offer
Sydney, the state capital of New South Wales, is the most populous city in Australia and Oceania. It surrounds the world's largest natural harbor and is considered to be one of the most expensive cities in the world. Australia's first university, University of Sydney; is regarded as one of the world's leading universities.
Victoria, the most densely populated state in southeastern Australia, was named after Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom. One of the best attractions in Victoria is Melbourne city, Australia's arts and culture capital.
Uluru, known as the Ayers Rocks, is a large sandstone rock formation in the Northern Territory in Central Australia. It is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site and Australia's most recognizable natural landmark. It is notable for its changing color at different times of the day and year. Uluru is also home to various types of flora and fauna.
Queensland is the second-largest and third-most-populous state in the Commonwealth of Australia. Known as the Sunshine State, it acquired its statehood in 1901. It’s a state of many landscapes which range from sunny tropical coastal areas, lush rainforests to dry inland areas and temperate highland ranges. There is numerous wildlife in Queensland such as the Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary, a heritage-listed zoological garden built in 1947 and UnderWater World Sea Life Aquarium, a marine mammal par
Perth, the largest city of the Australian state of Western Australia and the fourth-most populous city in Australia, was established in 1829. Tourist spots in Perth are focused in Fremantle – which is known for its well-preserved architectural heritage; the coast and the Swan River, which is also the site of the annual Australia Day Fireworks Display. The Perth CBD is famous for retail shopping. There are a number of museums across the city. The Scitech Discovery Centre in West Perth is an inter