Australia (Part One)
Australia is the 6th largest country in the world. Its cultural history and heritage are fascinating, with the Aboriginal culture being one of the oldest in the world.
No matter what you like to do on holiday - from adventure to simply relaxing - there is something here for everyone.
For first time visitors to Australia, you can’t go wrong with combining the hustle and bustle of city life along with the relaxing beaches on the Queensland coast.
Sydney, New South Wales - the largest city in Australia, is famous for being home to the Opera House and Harbour Bridge. However there is more to this city than these 2 iconic landmarks, here you will find beautiful beaches, great shopping, superb restaurants and a host of other attractions that could easily keep you entertained for a week. Take a daytrip out to visit the Blue Mountains, a spectacular world heritage listed wilderness area of sheer sandstone cliffs, canyons and eucalyptus forests, or take a trip north to the vineyards of the Hunter Valley.
Queensland - is one of Australia’s most popular tourist destinations, thanks in part to its tropical climate and being home to one of the great natural wonders of the world The Great Barrier Reef. From the state’s capital Brisbane in the south to the rainforests in the far North, there is plenty to keep you occupied here.