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Abrolhos Islands

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Adelaide This elegant city is known for its colonial stone architecture, expansive parklands, lively festivals and incredible sense of space. Explore the museums and libraries of North Terrace, dine on dedicated 'eat streets' or picnic in gardens th...

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Albany is a popular resort town located on one of southwestern Australia's most beautiful stretches of coast. It lies on the northern shore of Princess Royal Harbour - one of the world's best natural deep-water harbours. Built soon after the first co...

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American River

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American Samoa

American (Amerika) Samoa is a group of six Polynesian islands in the South Pacific. Fourteen degrees below the equator, it is the United States' southern-most territory. It is known as the heart of Polynesia. If you drew a triangle from Hawaii, New Z...

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Anjo Peninsula

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Apollo Bay

Apollo Bay nestles into the picturesque green foothills of the Otway Ranges. On the way to discovering this "paradise by the sea", you'll experience some of the Great Ocean Road's best scenery and smaller holiday hamlets.

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Ashmore Island

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Ashmore Reef

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Australian Coast

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Australia's External Territory

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Australia's Outback

The vast and mostly desolate interior of Australia (roughly three-quarters of the country) is often referred to as the Outback. The most visited sites are Uluru, Alice Springs, Broken Hill, Coober Pedy, Kalgoorlie and the Kimberley, as well as the sc...

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Ballarat is a historic gold rush city in Australia, where visitors can admire the Victorian inspired architecture of the gold rush era, visit the Museum of Australian Democracy at Eureka or hold a koala or feed a kangaroo at Ballarat Wildlife Park.

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Barossa Valley

The Barossa Valley is located in South Australia, approximately 70 km from Adelaide, the state’s capital city. The Barossa Valley has something to do for everyone – trails for cycling and walking, shopping, galleries and museums, golf, an...

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Beagle Bay

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Beechworth is a small town is Victoria, Australia, offering plenty of exciting things to do. Beechworth offers fine dining and local wineries, festivals, and frequent reenactments of colonial history. Adventurous visitors can enjoy the extensive walk...

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Bellevue is located in Western Australia in a suburb of Perth.

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Beltana is a historic mining town located in South Australia, dating back to the 1870s. It is located on the western edge of the northern Flinders Ranges. This outback settlement, its cemetery and railway structures are part of a State Heritage Area....

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Bigge Island

Bigge Island is part of the Bonaparte Archipelago, located in the Kimberley region in Western Australia. The smallest kangaroo group, the Manjon rock wallaby, lives here, as well as many other species of wildlife. Bigge Island is famous for its Abori...

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Border Village

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Welcome to Broome - the gateway to Australia's last frontier of pristine wilderness, the Kimberley. From its rough and tumble, romantic pearling history to the cosmopolitan character of Chinatown, to the turquoise waters, red sandstone cliffs and th...

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Browse Island

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Buccaneer Archipelago

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Bunbury has something for everyone to enjoy – from wine tasting, walks on the historic Shipwreck Trail or Big Swamp Reserve, golf, museums, to whitewater rafting. Bunbury’s location is almost entirely surrounded by water, which means wate...

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Bussleton (Busselton) is one of Western Australia's favorite seaside port towns, and the gateway to Margaret River's wine region. Busselton Jetty and the surrounding waterfront is the highlight of the city, with many seaside cafes, restauran...

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Camden Harbour

Camden Harbor is a tiny settlement located in the northwestern cape of Western Australia neighboring the Timor Sea. Before it was established in 1864, the Australian Aborigines roamed its shores and turned to fish as their source of protein. Soon aft...

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Camp Creek

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Cape Le Grand National Park

Just east of Esperance is an ancient landscape unglaciated and over 200 million years old. After having survived the ice age, this national park is now home to many of its primitive species. One kangaroo species in particular found at this national p...

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Cape Leveque

Located on the northernmost tip of the Dampier Peninsula in the Kimberley region, Cape Leveque's remote sandy beaches are a hidden treasure of Western Australia. Nesting sea birds, wild sea turtle, and whales who come to give birth off the sheltered...

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Cape Peron

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Cape Range National Park

Cape Range National Park is a national park in Western Australia just north of Perth. Etched by nature, the park’s rugged limestone ranges and deep canyons are but a kiss away from the pristine beaches of the Indian Ocean. Cape Range National P...

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Careening Bay

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Carnarvon is a coastal town north of Perth, Western Australia. The town was founded in 1883 as a port and named after Henry Herbert, 4th Earl of Carnarvon. Carnarvon is particularly known for its inland salt mines, prawn aquaculture, agriculture of c...

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Christmas Island

Discovered in 1643 on Christmas, Christmas Island hosts numerous unique fauna and flora species, including 14 species of land crabs. It is the location for the mass migration of 120 million red crabs, often called one of the great wonders of the worl...

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Known for its cool Mediterranean climate and famous Riesling wine, Clare Valley is one of Australia's oldest wine regions. In the mid-19th century, European settlers left South Australia a rich heritage of European villages and architecture that ...

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Cocos (Keeling) Islands

On the blue ocean waters of the Indian Ocean lies unspoiled paradise that offers world-class diving, variety of watersport activities, spectacular bird watching and traditions passed on for many generations of the Malay people. Here on the Territory ...

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Coober Pedy

150 million years ago, Coober Pedy was once covered in ocean and for thousands of years, Australia's Aboriginals walked this area. It wasn't until January of 1915 when 3 foreign men made a discovery - Opal! Though it wasn't exactly what t...

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Coodlie Park

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This town is a railway station established in 1917 that delivered tea and sugar, Cook stretches from Ooldea to Loongana, South Australia. Present-day, Cook is a ghost town that welcomes overnight train drivers providing accommodations to those whom a...

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Cook Islands

A net of 15 islands in the heart of the South Pacific spread over an area the size of India with a population no bigger than a small New Zealand country town, 14,000 souls. These unique and friendly Polynesians have their own language and government ...

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In the Limestone Coast of South Australia sits a wine region known for its Cabernet Sauvignon. Coonawarra which means "Honeysuckle" has been growing grape vines since 1890 wherein Shiraz was first produced. By the mid-20th century, the pote...

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Coral Bay

Coral Bay is a marine paradise and fringing reef diving spot in the Ningaloo Marine Park in Western Australia. This small fishing town has a large variety of coral and fish life, an explorer’s paradise to see manta rays, humpback whales, nestin...

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Coral Sea Islands

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Croker Island

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Dampier Archipelago

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Daylesford is a popular spa town to go to escape the rush of the cities. It is also a great place to stop and relax along your long travels around Australia. Just north of Daylesford is Hepburn Springs, where you will find plenty of mineral springs i...

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Derby is where adventurous travelers can discover the wonders of the Devonian Reef and visit the National Park of Windjana Gorge and Tunnel Creek. Enjoy aboriginal art of the Kimberley region, bird watching, historic Fitzroy Crossing, fishing, cruise...

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Dirk Hartog Island

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Doubtful Bay

Doubtful Bay is located on the northeastern part of Western Australia, and opens into the Indian Ocean. 4-wheel-driving is a popular activity on the surrounding dunes and beaches, and the crystal clear waters provide remarkable views.

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Drysdale River

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Dunkeld, AU

The gateway to the southern Grampians is the iconic Mount Sturgeon where its beautiful rocky summit and lush vegetation makes for a perfect hike down to the village of Dunkeld. This region was first inhabited by the Chapwurrung people for over 4,000 ...

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Eaglehawk Island

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El Questro

El Questro is known as one of Australia's last true frontiers and is located in Western Australia's untamed Kimberley region. Enjoy outdoor activities such as horse trekking, barramundi fishing, bird watching, wildlife viewing, riverside camp...

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Esperance has a variety of natural attractions, including national parks, wetlands, and white sandy beaches. During the summer months Esperance experiences the wildflower season where beautiful orchids, and a myriad of other species bloom.  Visi...

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Exmouth, Australia, which is a small town of about 3,500 people situated just north of the Tropic of Capricorn has an average winter temperature of 77 degrees farenheit, while the summer averages 95 degrees. Luckily, Exmouth has no wet season, so the...

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Falls Creek

Falls Creek is an alpine ski resort in the Victorian Alps of the Alpine National Park with terrain fit for beginners and professional athletes. Make the best of a snow adventure – gear up and hit the snowtubes, attend Snowsport School, stroll t...

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Fanning Island

Fanning Island, Republic of Kiribati... your own Pacific hideaway! It was a deserted island when Captain Edmund Fanning landed here in 1798. It took another 50 years before there was human habitation. Two centuries later, there are only 1,304 people...

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From palm-lined beaches and warm crystalline waters to grassy highlands and lush tropical rain forests, Fiji offers visitors a true South Seas paradise. The Fiji archipelago consists of tiny coral atolls and mountainous forest-clad islands of volcani...

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Fitzroy Crossing

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Fleurieu Peninsula

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Flinders Ranges

An iconic amphitheater, Flinders Ranges is South Australia's largest mountain range in Wilpena Pound. For over 10,000 years, the Adnyamathanha aborigines tells of ancient serpents and giants shaping the lands. For the aborigines or the "rock...

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French Polynesia

People come to French Polynesia to live it up in stylish resorts, scuba dive in lagoons teeming with tropical fish, gorge on the unique mix of French and Polynesian cuisine and, basically, experience a little French chic mixed with South Pacific cha...

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Categories: Gascoyne


Known as an agricultural and pastoral town in the past and as an industrial center after the 1850’s gold rush, Geelong is now experiencing record growth, economic development and investment. Its name originates from the Aboriginal word for bay - ji...

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Sunbathers will appreciate Geraldton, Australia, known as the Sunshine City for it's record year round sunshine.  Geraldton maintains some beautiful sandy beaches where visitors can swim and enjoy a variety of water sports. Also, off the co...

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Gippsland Coast

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Gippsland Lakes

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Grampians National Park

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Great Australian Bight

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Great Ocean Road

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Guam, a territory of the United States, is the largest and southernmost of the Mariana Islands in the north-western Pacific Ocean. It is 30 mi long and about 8 mi wide. The northern portion of this tropical island is a plateau of coral formation; the...

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Halls Creek

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Halls Gap

At the foot of Wonderland Range is the holiday town of Halls Gap, hub of the relaxing Grampians way of life. Halls Gap caters to almost every need boasting cafes, gift stores, a variety of accommodation from camp sites to luxurious getaways, and an a...

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A beach town in Western Australia, visitors will instantly feel their holiday vacation kick in as they take a glimpse of the magnificent ocean views. Watersport enthusiasts can catch the surf at Bowes River Mouth or scuba dive and snorkel along the r...

Categories: Horrocks


Categories: Hyden


Categories: Imintji

Jar Island

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Jurien Bay

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A natural playground with a breathtaking coastline, river gorges, scenic coastal cliffs, tranquil beaches and protected swimming bays, Kalbarri is enjoyed year round with its seasonal attractions. You can witness 800 species of Australian wildflowers...

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The town of Kalgoorlie, 375 mi/600 km east of Perth in Western Australia, is still considered the Queen of the Golden Mile, a gold vein discovered in 1893 that contains one of the richest lodes ever found. Kalgoorlie's 20,000 residents continue to ma...

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Kangaroo Island

Enjoy one of the world's most beautiful and unique wilderness holiday destinations in which the locals include wallabies, goannas, koalas, kangaroos, echidnas, dolphins, sea lions, penguins, fur seals, eagles, whales and ospreys. Share with ...

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Karijini National Park

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Categories: Karratha

Kimberley Coast

The rugged Kimberly Region of Australia is one of the most pristine and spectacular coastlines in the South Pacific. Flowing into the coast are some of the largest rivers in Australia forming a beautiful geological landscape. The area is also one of ...

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Kimberley Downs

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King Cascade

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King George River

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Kiribati may seem a little behind the times, but because the international date line now makes a detour around its islands, every new day on Earth begins in this Pacific island nation. And a day can take a long time dawning on Kiribati, if you take i...

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Koolama Bay

Categories: Koolama Bay


Kununurra holds natural wonders and rugged ridges of Western Australia. This scenic booming town is surrounded by an abundance of fresh water such as lakes, rivers, and waterfalls and harbors a large variety of flora and fauna. Travelers will not mis...

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Kuri Bay

Categories: Kuri Bay

Lacepede Islands

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Lakes Entrance

Lakes Entrance is a lake town that sits between a manmade channel where the network of inland waterways flow into the Tasman Sea connected by the East Gippsland Lakes. This fishing port was once named Cunninghame, however in 1870 it was remaned Lakes...

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Limestone Coast

Categories: Limestone Coast

Little Desert National Park

Categories: Little Desert National Park

Little River

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Little Turtle Island

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Categories: Lock


Lorne is one scenic destination of Australia. Ocean, mountains, rocks and rainforest can all be found here. Cinema Point Lookout, the highest point on the Great Ocean Road, is worth visiting. Cathedral Rocks Lookout, Mount Defiance Lookout, all on t...

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Low Rocks

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Categories: Marananga

Margaret River

The town of Margaret River is the perfect escape from the hustle and bustle of the city lifestyle. Offering top-notch wining and dining, the creature comforts do not have to be left behind to enjoy the stunning, picturesque landscape characteristi...

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Marshall Islands

The Marshall Islands comprises over a thousand flat coral islands of white sand beaches and turquoise lagoons. There's pristine diving and lush tropical greenery, and the native people retain many pre-colonial crafts and traditions, especially on the...

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McLaren Vale

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Melbourne Melbourne is a maze of hidden laneways, opulent bars, exclusive restaurants and off-the-beaten-track boutiques. Here you can soak up culture, hit the sporting grounds, taste the dynamic food and wine scene, dance til dawn or wander the par...

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Despite being firmly tied to the USA's economic and political apron strings, the Federated States of Micronesia are hanging onto their traditional ways. The Micronesians are proud of their past, especially since they were navigating the Pacific befor...

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Mitchell Falls

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Monkey Mia

Located on the coastline of West Australia, Monkey Mia has been a dolphin interaction reserve where wild bottle-nosed dolphins return to shore every morning and greet onlookers. This relationship has been established for phenomenally over 40 years. W...

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Montebello Islands Marine Park

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Montgomery Reef

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Mornington Island

Categories: Mornington Island

Mornington Peninsula

Categories: Mornington Peninsula

Mount Buffalo National Park

Mount Buffalo National Park is Australia’s Alpine high country with sheer granite cliffs, wildflower fields, waterfalls, and winter snow summits. Discovered by two explorers Halimton Hume and William Hovell in the early 1800’s, the mounta...

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Mt. Gambier

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Muiron Islands

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Murion Islands

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Nambung National Park

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Naracoorte, located on the Limestone Coast, was first discovered by Scottish explorers in 1845. Years later, a government settlement was established. For decades, agriculture has become its economic industry with tourism on its tail. Today, South Aus...

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Nares Point

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Naturalist Island

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For most of the 20th century, this tiny island nation has been plundered of its unlikely treasure—phosphate. Mined for use in fertilizer, the phosphate enriched the island in one way—Nauru has one of the highest per capita incomes of in the Pacific—b...

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New Caledonia

New Caledonia, in the heart of the South Pacific, is off the east coast of Australia. The barrier reef around the mainland island is the world's largest lagoon, and one of the most beautiful. New Caledonia enjoys a soft, sunny climate. From the centa...

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New South Wales

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New Zealand

New Zealand’s awesome landscapes, lush forests, amazing wildlife and pleasant climate make it a haven for outdoor activities, and a great place to unwind. New Zealand society is diverse, sophisticated, and multicultural, and the honesty, friendliness...

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Ningaloo Reef

Visit Western Australia's Ningaloo Reef, a World Heritage Site along the East Indian Ocean. Famous for abundant whale sharks, the Ningaloo Marine Park is home to diverse marine species including manta rays, humpback whales, turtles, and gardens of sp...

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Niue Island

Niue Island offers visitors the most extraordinary and memorable experience they can find anywhere in the South Pacific. You will have the chance to swim with whales and dolphins in an underwater wonderland, and snorkel over bright corals in clear, w...

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Norfolk Island

Norfolk Island is a small speck in the middle of the Pacific Ocean, 1000 miles northeast of Sydney and 600 miles northwest of Auckland. In the centre of the island is the small town of Burnt Pine. Kingston, built by convicts and featuring many restor...

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North Adelaide

Categories: North Adelaide

Northern Mariana Islands

How fast can you say CNMI? The residents of the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands refer to their Pacific homeland by its initials, saying the letters as quickly as possible, so that they come out in an exotic-sounding blur. But you might a...

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Northern Territory

You can lose and find yourself in the Northern Territory, a place rich in Aboriginal history and rugged, natural beauty. Immerse yourself in Darwin's melting pot of cuisines and cultures and explore the rainforest and Aboriginal rock art of World Her...

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Norwegian Bay

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Outer Harbour

Categories: Outer Harbour


An independent nation located 2,000 miles south of Japan, the Republic of Palau is best-known for their “Rock Islands,” a small cluster of mushroom-shaped islets located in a large lagoon that harbors one of the world’s greatest con...

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Papua New Guinea

Huge tracts of Papua New Guinea are wild and undeveloped, with magnificent scenery ranging from pristine coral atolls to volcanic mountains and dense tropical rainforest. The mainland is divided by the Owen Stanley Range, a massive central spike with...

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Categories: Parndana


Located in the south west region of Australia, Pemberton is a small picturesque town known for it's nearby Gloucester National Park, Karri forests, Pemberton Wine Region and endless mountain bike and hiking trails.

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Perth (Fremantle)

Fremantle is located at the mouth of the River Swan on the east coast of Western Australia. Fremantle is one of the oldest settlements in Australia and has a sense of history with many well-preserved examples of colonial architecture including the Ma...

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Phillip Island

Known for it's natural beauty and wildlife, Phillip Island is a wonderful Australian destination.

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Pitcairn Island

Few ships are able to slip through the reef at Pitcairn Island, which is what made this remote atoll so appealing to Fletcher Christian and his band of mutineers in 1790. After setting Captain Bligh adrift in the Bounty's longboat, they returned to T...

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Port Augusta

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Port Campbell

Port Campbell is an attractive, quiet windswept little fishing village set on a natural gorge at the mouth of Campbells Creek. The population of about 200 regulars is regularly inflated with visitors because of its proximity to some of the finest coa...

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Port Denison

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Port Fairy

Beautiful Port Fairy has retained much of its colonial architecture, providing visitors with a fascinating insight into the history of one of Victoria's earliest ports. On a drive into this charming Shipwreck Coast town in Moyne Shire, the number and...

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Port Hedland

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Port Lincoln

Renown for its seafood, mild temperatures and the large, peaceful Boston Bay it rests within, Port Lincoln is ideally located with a wide variety of shopping, dining and outdoor activities. Venture to taste the regional wines at the Boston Bay Winery...

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Portland, AU

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Prince Regent Nature Reserve

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Prince Regent River

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Purnululu National Park

The 239,723 ha Purnululu National Park is located in the State of Western Australia. It contains the deeply dissected Bungle Bungle Range composed of Devonian-age quartz sandstone eroded over a period of 20 million years into a series of beehive-s...

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Queenscliff in Victoria is a bayside town that has a lot to offer. Discover the wildlife in Port Phillip Bay, enjoy eco adventures, visit the historical fort and Fort Queenscliff museum, tour fascinating galleries, and there are even renowned restaur...

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Raft Point

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Recherche Archipelago

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Rottnest Island

Categories: Rottnest Island

Rowley Shoals

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Sale River

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Samoa (Independent State of)

The pace of life in Samoa is so laid-back it's only a heartbeat away from being a nice little snooze. Its palm-fringed beaches, booming white surf, and lush rainforests wreathed in misty clouds make it the kind of place Hollywood location scou...

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Shaw River

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Sheep Island

Sheep Island is located in the western coast of Australia. This destination is a prime location for bird watching and enjoying a unique day of discovery.

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Society Islands

The Society Islands, considered "Paradise on Earth" by savvy travelers, were explored by Captains Cook and Bligh, but they were made truly famous by the paintings of the artist, Paul Gauguin, and by the words of author, James A. Michener. Divided...

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Solomon Islands

The Solomon Islands represent the South Pacific of dreams - as beautiful below as it is above. For travellers with a passion for adventure and exploration, the Solomon Islands are where they can make the first footprints on an isolated stretch of bea...

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South Australia

Categories: South Australia

Sterna Island

Categories: Sterna Island

Swift Bay

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Talbot Bay

Categories: Talbot Bay


Tasmania is an island located 150 miles off the southeast mainland Australia. Encircled by the Southern Ocean, Tasman Sea and Bass Strait, Tasmania breathes the world’s cleanest air and enjoys pure water and fertile soils – part of what brings its wi...

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The Great Ocean Road

The gateway to the Great Ocean Road lies just 46 mi/75 km southwest of Melbourne. Running 250 mi/400 km from the city of Geelong to the border of South Australia, the road hugs the contours of Victoria's rugged southwest coast: It provides one of Aus...

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Tom Price

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Tonga Islands

Tongatapu is the largest island in the Kingdom of Tonga and home to the nation's capital Nuku'alofa. Nuku'alofa's white Victorian Royal Palace symbolises the Kingdom of Tonga. For insight into Tonga's culture, visit the Tongan National Center. The To...

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Categories: Traralgon

Turkey Creek

Categories: Turkey Creek

Turquoise Bay

Categories: Turquoise Bay


You have to go considerably out of your way to wind up in tiny Tuvalu. This country of nine far-flung islands and atolls is one of the least-visited places in the South Pacific. It does have standard tropical scenery, with plenty of beaches, lagoons ...

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United States Minor Outlying Islands

Categories: United States Minor Outlying Islands

Vansittart Bay

Categories: Vansittart Bay


As South Pacific paradises go, Vanuatu is neither predictable nor placid. This Y-shaped archipelago of small islands, located directly over the Pacific Ring of Fire, has live volcanoes and daring vine jumpers, and it happens to be located in a cyclon...

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Victoria, Australia

Victoria is Australia's second-smallest state, covering 227,600 square kilometres – roughly the size of the British Isles. Packed into such a compact area is a wealth of diverse areas and attractions, from pristine beaches to national parks and fo...

Categories: Victoria Australia

Wallis and Futuna Islands

Categories: Wallis and Futuna Islands


Categories: Wangaratta


In the words of one tourist operator "If Warrnambool was 5 degrees warmer there would be a million people living here!" The cities natural attractions of wide sandy beaches two major rivers and surrounded by some of Australia's most fertile country h...

Categories: Warrnambool

Wattle Hill

Categories: Wattle Hill

Western Australia

Western Australia is famous for long days of sunshine and diverse landscapes and climates. Cruise down Perth's Swan River to Fremantle or the Swan Valley vineyards. Or visit wineries fringed by tall forests and crashing surf in the Margaret River. Di...

Categories: Western Australia

William Creek

Categories: William Creek

Wilsons Promontory

Known as “The Prom” to the locals, Wilsons Promontory is Australia’s coastal wilderness with winding trails, empty beaches, a eucalyptus forest and rocky mountain plateaus. Since 1898, it is protected by the Wilson Promontory Nation...

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Woku Woku Island

Categories: Woku Woku Island


Categories: Wyndham

Yarra Valley

The Yarra Valley is a world class, world renowned wine region, reminiscent of Bordeaux or Burgundy in the South of France, or the Tuscany region of Northern Italy. It is a place of unspoilt pristine beauty, where the water and the air are clean and c...

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Categories: Yering

Australia's biggest attraction is its natural beauty. The landscape varies from endless sunbaked horizons to dense tropical rainforest to chilly southern beaches. Scattered along the coasts, its cities blend a European enthusiasm for art and food with a laid-back love of sport and the outdoors. The unimaginable vastness of the country gives Australia - and its diverse population - much of its character. In cities, visitors will experience a blur of fashion boutiques and crowded restaurants. In the interior, they will hear the thump of rocks under their 4WD, only to be followed by a slow, silent swirl of outback dust. Around the coast, they'll take in the depths of a rainforest, then slowly realize they have an entire beach to themselves.
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From the craggy peaks of the Blue Mountains to the lush tropics of Queensland, the parched interior known as the Outback and the coral treasure land of the Great Barrier Reef, Australia has something unusual and something special to offer visitors—even those traveling by tour bus.

The most frequently visited places in Australia's vast "red centre" have been tamed and put on a tour, but the Outback hasn't lost its frontier allure. Watching the sunset at Uluru (formerly known as Ayers Rock) has become something of a circus with the hordes of tour buses, camper vans and motorcycles that crowd the parking lot, but watching the scalloped monolith (the world's largest rock) go from reddish-brown to a haunting burnt-orange against the desert sky is still a magical—some say spiritual—experience.

The same can be said for much of the rest of this country that's also a continent. Sydney may have joined the ranks of the world's top cities, but its architecture, stunning harbor, and electric, manic personality keep it singular: You won't mistake it for anywhere else.


With approximately 3 million sq mi/7.7 million sq km, Australia is the world's largest island. It is the only country that is also a continent.

Although most of it is barren desert where little rain falls, Australia has a wide range of environments, including tropical rain forests in its northern regions, temperate forests along the east coast and even a few snowy mountains. These are part of the Great Dividing Range, which extends over the alpine lands between the states of Victoria and New South Wales (NSW) and runs north to south across almost the entire length of the eastern side of the continent, separating the coastal plains from the drier inland areas.

Off the northeast coast is the world's largest coral reef—the Great Barrier Reef (1,200 mi/2,000 km long). While the state of Western Australia occupies the entire western third of the country, much of it desert. There are several other substantial islands around the main with Tasmania being the best known and a state.

Australia is divided into both states and territories (capital cities for each are in parentheses): Australian Capital Territory (Canberra—also the capital city of Australia), New South Wales (Sydney), Northern Territory (Darwin), Queensland (Brisbane), South Australia (Adelaide), Tasmania (Hobart), Victoria (Melbourne) and Western Australia (Perth).


Early European explorers had been curious about the possible existence of Australia long before they actually found it. During the first 250 years of Pacific exploration by Europeans, a large blank space in the corner of navigators' maps was marked Terra Australis Incognita, meaning Unknown Southern Land.

In 1770, Captain James Cook reached the southeast coast (the Dutch visited Western Australia in the 17th century). He claimed the land for England, named it New South Wales and sailed 2,500 mi/4,000 km along its shores, charting the coast and the barrier reef in the tropical waters off Queensland.

The "new" land wasn't empty, however. Cook encountered a dark-skinned race of nomadic hunters and gatherers. The distant ancestors of these people had begun their migration into the land as many as 75,000 years earlier, passing across land bridges and shallow seas connecting Ice Age Asia to present-day Indonesia, Papua New Guinea and Australia. Known as Aborigines, their culture and history were mostly ignored by the early European settlers, but they are now an important part of Australia's modern culture.

England didn't do much with New South Wales until 1787, when the First Fleet was dispatched, transporting convicts from overflowing British prisons to Botany Bay. The fleet anchored there in January 1788 and then headed a few miles/kilometers north to Port Jackson, within a pistol shot of Sydney Cove.

More prisoners were transported and other convict colonies founded. Free settlers soon followed. Slowly, the land was explored and tamed, in a pattern similar to the opening of the West in the U.S.—settlers in wagons followed pathfinders to make homes in wild country; pioneers and the Aborigines often engaged in bloody conflict; great cattle stations (similar to ranches) were founded.

Gold was discovered in 1851, first near Bathurst in New South Wales but subsequently in many other parts of the country, and fortunes were made and lost in boomtowns. Then railroads were built along old wagon routes, and paddle wheelers were launched for transport.

This experience, set in a land that for 100 years remained at the ends of the world's transportation and communication lines, bred a special frontier spirit and independent attitude. It persists today in most Aussies who would "never let a mate down." This spirit of "mateship" became legendary in World War I when Australian troops who had been called on to help fight in Europe experienced major losses in 1915 on the Gallipoli peninsula in Turkey.

When World War II broke out, Australian troops fought alongside the Allied forces in Europe; after the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor, the country shifted its forces homeward. The Australian towns of Darwin and Broome were subsequently bombed before the Japanese were defeated in the Battle of the Coral Sea.

After World War II, millions of immigrants, especially from continental Europe and the U.K., arrived on Australia's shores. In 1974, the government abolished its controversial "white Australia" policy, and thousands more migrants arrived from Asia. Today, Australia is one of the most diverse, multicultural societies in the world.


Some of Australia's main attractions include the Great Barrier Reef, Aboriginal culture and art, Uluru, kangaroos, Tasmania, koalas, the Queensland rain forest, Sydney, beaches, white-water rafting, diving and the Outback.

Almost everyone will love Australia. The only people who should avoid it are those who are made uncomfortable by unrelenting informality.


Australia's vineyards produce wine that rivals the best produced in France, but you won't find any champagne there. Because of an agreement with the European Community, Australian-produced bubbly is known as sparkling wine. Prosecco, produced mostly by families with Italian heritage living in Victoria's King Valley, are facing similar concerns with the sparkling wine they produce.

The Australian native macadamia nut is so hard to crack that it was not grown commercially until a machine was invented to open the shell. Identified by Europeans in 1857, it was named after John Macadam, then secretary of the Philosophical Society of Victoria. Australians were slower than Hawaiians in realizing the nut's commercial value, and many global consumers may not know it as an Australian nut.

The oldest rock art in the world was found in the remote tropics of northwestern Australia. Stone engravings said to be more than 60,000 years old—at least twice as old as ancient cave paintings in Europe—were discovered on a sandstone monolith in the Northern Territory, near the town of Kununurra.

Camels in the northwest coastal town of Broome are required to wear taillights. Local camel-ride operators have outfitted the rears of their animals with battery-operated bicycle lights to alert motorists, who also use the beaches that the camel-ride operators use.

Camels were introduced to Australia to help carry goods into the Outback. Cameleers from various countries, including Afghanistan, accompanied the camels and the famous train, the Ghan, which runs from Darwin to Adelaide, is named after them. Many camels have gone wild or feral and are a problem in parts of the Outback. Camel meat is served in some restaurants.

Kangaroos may be the national symbol, but they're also a source of protein. Kangaroo meat is an A$42 million-a-year industry in Australia, and hunters are licensed to kill more than 5 million kangaroos annually. Emu, the world's second largest flightless bird, is also served in some restaurants. Australia is probably the only country in the world where the two animals on its coat of arms, are eaten.

Australians are prolific nicknamers. Aussies (pronounced ozzies) call mosquitoes mozzies, surfers surfies, swimming costumes cossies and barbecues barbies. Even the toughest leather-clad, two-wheeled road hog will refer to himself as a bikie. That's just the start of it but if you are unsure of any term, ask and it is usually explained.

Park officials at Uluru (Ayers Rock) support and encourage the Aboriginal belief that stone fragments taken from the site are cursed. Officials hope that this will help stop visitors from pilfering rock fragments to take home as souvenirs. So far, nearly 900 lbs/400 kg of the "conscience rocks" have been returned to park officials, many accompanied by notes describing the bad luck they caused.

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