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Best Places to Visit in Australia

  • Great Barrier Reef 
    • The Great Barrier Reef is Australia's number one attraction.  Over 1,400 miles in length, the Great Barrier Reef is billed as the world's largest natural feature.  Consisting of thousands of individual reefs and over 600 islands, the Great Barrier Reef is best enjoyed if you dive or scuba.  If you have seen video on Discovery or National Geographic of the GBR shot during a night dive, you have seen better than you will see from one of the tour boats or during a regular dive.  Nevertheless, visiting the Great Barrier Reef is a "must do".
  • The towns below are good starting points for GBR tours.
    • Cairns
      • Cairns is the most popular starting point for exploration of the GBR.  It is a quaint town but not one that is particularly scenic or interesting
    • Townsville
    • Port Douglas
      • High-speed tour boats depart here for the GBR.   If you are looking for some pampering and can afford it, spend a few days at the Sheraton Mirage in Port Douglas.  If you cannot afford, stop by for a drink and save-up for your next visit.
  • Red Centre
    • The Red Center, located in the Northern Territory, is both the physical and spiritual center of Australia.  This is the site of  the world famous Uluru (Ayers Rock), a reddish rock that is the world's largest monolith.  Posing in stark contrast to its flat surrounding, Uluru is best viewed at sunrise and sunset when its color seems to change in  mysterious and magical ways.
      • In addition to Uluru, you might consider visiting the Olgas, another part of the Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park.
      •   Alice Springs is a good starting point for explorations of the Red Centre.
  • Sydney 
    • Sydney has many attractions and a great setting in which to enjoy them.  The city's harbor features the spectacular  Opera House, the Rocks (the original penal colony in Australia), Darling Harbor, and the Sydney Harbor Bridge.  Add in some great beaches (Bondi, Chinaman's) and equally fun shopping ( in the market for an Opal?) and you begin to realize why Sydney is a world class city.
  • Adelaide
    • Adelaide is the entry point for an exploration of the South Australian Outback.  The area is, also, the home to many of Australia's best vineyards.  The city is pleasant, well manicured, and a great place to while away a few days.
  • Brisbane
    • When you are in Queensland visiting the Great Barrier Reef and find yourself thirsting for a real city, visit Brisbane. It is one of Australia's largest cities and is beginning to be known for its nightclubs and good food.
  • Melbourne
    • Melbourne is considered by  many to be the most stylish of Australian cities.  The City's mix of modern and Victorian architectures blend in an attractive manner.  Be sure to see Federation Square and the New Quay for eating, drinking and shopping.
    • If you are going to visit Melbourne, you may want to tour more of Victoria, especially the Great Ocean Road, a two hundred mile drive along Australia's most attractive coastline. For more information on places to see in Victoria, visit the area's official site.
  • Northern Queensland
    • If you are going to travel to Queensland to see the Great Barrier Reef, reserve some extra time for other attractions in the area.  Take the old-fashioned Kuranda Railway along its spectacular route to  Kuranda, a rainforest village. Kuranda has  a "crafts" market  that is a great place to buy trinkets for the troops at home. Add the Daintree Rainforest, part of the Wet Tropics of Queensland  World Heritage site, to round out your explorations of the area. The Daintree contains a dramatic number of unique plant and animal species.
  • Tasmania
    • Many visitors to Australia add-on a trip to the island of Tasmania. If you are looking for wilderness and more hiking, it may be the place for you.
  • Perth   
    • There are a number of interesting towns on the east and north coasts of Australia.  Getting to them, after flying across the Pacific (oops, the Southern Ocean) is a daunting task for most travelers.  If you want to explore Western Australia, Perth is a great place to start: it offers great weather, fine beaches, and Swan Lager.

From the Coral Sea and South Pacific Ocean in the north, ocean currents sweep south along the east coast from the Great Barrier Reef, into Tasman Sea, past the island of Tasmania and into the Roaring Forties.

In the southwest, the Great Southern Ocean receives the barest hint of the warm currents swept into the Indian Ocean from the equatorial waters of the Timor and Arafura Seas, which separates the northern Australian mainland from Papua New Guinea and Indonesia.

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