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South Australia

Voted Lonely Planet’s 5th best region in the world to visit in 2017. Head to the coast for epic beaches and sunsets, or head north for outback landscapes. Discover the talent at the Mad March Festivals in Adelaide and see the spectacular view along one of the three peninsulas.

Flinders Ranges

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Home of the Great Ocean Road and many lush national parks, Victoria is a great place to go on a road trip. From pristine coastlines to adventurous national parks to big city life, Victoria has a little something for everyone.

Pinnacle Loop, Grampians National Park

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The perfect place for a road trip as you can drive from one side of the island to the other in just hours. From huge national parks to flawless beaches to history, Tasmania is diverse, beautiful, and a must do when travelling to Australia.

Cataract Gorge, Launceston

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New South Wales

New South Wales is home to Australia’s most iconic and largest city, Sydney, home to the iconic Sydney Harbour Bridge and Sydney Opera House. This state is full of life with the crazy city life and the relaxing countryside including the magnificent Blue Mountains.

Byron Bay

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Australian Capital Territory

Located half way between Australia’s 2 largest cities, Melbourne and Sydney, Australia’s capital state is home to the Australian Parliament House, library and museum. Wonder through the mountain side of the state that show magnificent hiking trails and views.


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The place to be to enjoy theme parks, rainforests, waterfalls and national parks, not to mention the incredible beaches! Queensland is home to one of the top natural wonders of the world, Great Barrier Reef. Spend months wondering through this beautiful state and indulge in its relaxed lifestyle.

Wallaman Falls

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Northern Territory

The most diverse and beautiful part of Australia. From outback landscapes to ocean views to beautiful thermal springs, be thoroughly surprised by Australia’s biggest territory. Indulge in Aboriginal history, learning about their heritage, culture, and people. See Australia’s most iconic attraction, Uluru and it’s surroundings.


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Western Australia

The biggest state in Australia, Western Australia offers beautiful coastlines, diverse national parks, and wonderful wineries. Head north to the Kimberley’s for unreal landscapes and learn about Aboriginal culture or head south for the wineries and beach life.

Rottnest Island

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