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A bit about this wonderful place
Australia is an enchanting and unique place. It has thriving, modern cities and rugged wilderness; it has plants and animals that aren't found anywhere else. It's one of the few places on the planet where you'll find such a welcoming combination of tropical paradise and the English-speaking world. And while many people see images of the Outback, deadly snakes and crocodile-infested rivers upon hearing the word "Australia," it's actually one of the most urbanized countries in the world.
The vast majority of Australia's population lives in the major cities along the coast, leaving vast, unspoiled areas of the interior free for the 'roos, crocs and adventuresome travelers. With an entire continent to explore, one that's as large as the 48 contiguous United States, the most difficult aspects of an Australia tour is deciding where to go and figuring out how to fit it all in.
This is one of the more popular destinations for Australia tours. Queensland is in the northeastern portion of Australia, and from the Gold Coast in the south to the awe-inspiring Great Barrier Reef in the north, The Sunshine State is one of the best places for beach goers. Cairns, Port Douglas and the Whitsunday Isles all offer endless opportunity to explore the only animal-made structure that can be seen from space. Most of the bigger towns lie along the coast, so Queensland still has more than enough wilderness. Visit the Gondwana Rainforest in southeast Queensland or Daintree National Park in the far tropical north.
New South Wales and the Australian Capital Territory
These states are found in the southeastern portion of the continent. NSW is the historical center and most populous state of Australia; the biggest city, Sydney, is here. This is the place to be if you're looking for big city arts and entertainment, but there's lots more here. The Blue Mountains offer hiking and other outdoor pursuits, while the Hunter Valley holds the historic city of Newcastle and one of Australia's favorite vineyard regions.
Australia's largest state covers about a third of the continent's total area, but it only holds a tenth of the population. Perth Flights from the eastern states are now quite affordable due to competition between the airlines, so travelling to the west is becoming the norm. Far away from the tourist resorts, cities and industry of the eastern states, Western Australia is a prime destination for the eco-tourist. The biodiversity of the forests on WA's southeast coast is unmatched almost anywhere else on Earth. Most of the people live in Perth and the agricultural areas, which include the world-renowned vineyards of the Margaret River.
Not everyone goes on Australia tours with expectations of posh lodgings and haute couture. Some travelers come for the ruggedness and beauty of the undeveloped Outback. Australia's most sparsely settled area is certainly well suited for that. The Northern Territory has 52 parks and nature reserves that encompass everything from the lush, tropical north, where you'll find Darwin and Kakadu National Park , to the deserts of the interior. Don't miss Ayers Rock; it's one of Australia's most valuable natural treasures.
This state has ample opportunity for wilderness adventure in the Outback, Wilpena Pound and the lovely Flinders Ranges. It's also an important agricultural region, at least in the river valleys near the coast. The wineries of the Barossa Valley, McLaren Vale and the Clare Valley are just a few of the reasons to visit South Australia.