Welcome to Australia

Known around the world for its exciting culture, diverse wildlife, gorgeous natural scenery, beautiful local beaches, and vibrant cities, Australia has everything you are looking for in the perfect getaway destination. As the worldâ??s smallest continent, this nation not only includes continental Australia, but also the neighboring island of Tasmania and other smaller nearby islands. Australia is bordered by the Arafura Sea and Timor Sea in the north, the Coral Sea in the northwest, the Tasman Sea in the west, and the Indian Ocean in the east.
Covering nearly 3 million square miles, Australia is the sixth largest nation in land area and is home to almost 23 million residents. The nation is composed of six different states, including New South Wales, Queensland, South Australia, Tasmania, Victoria, and Western Australia, as well as two mainland territories, the Australian Capital Territory and the Northern Territory. Australiaâ??s capital city of Canberra is located in the state of New South Wales, in the nationâ??s southeastern region. Several of the nationâ??s most populous cities include Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth, and Adelaide.
Visitors to Australia enjoy exploring the nationâ??s breathtaking natural scenery. Off the countryâ??s northeastern coast lies the stunning Great Barrier Reef, the largest coral reef in the world. This â??island continentâ?? boasts a number of natural attractions, such as the iconic Ayers Rock (also called Uluru) found in Australiaâ??s barren â??Outbackâ?? region. Australia is also known around the world for its unique wildlife, including the kangaroo, emu, dingo, crocodile, and koala. The nation has focused heavily on natural preservation and is home to 16 natural World Heritage Sites.
In addition to its wildlife and natural attractions, Australia also draws countless visitors from around the world with its stunning beaches. One of the most popular beaches in Australia, particularly among surfers, is Bells Beach, which is also home to a number of major surfing goods companies. Other beaches that are popular among visitors and locals alike include Bondi Beach, one of the countryâ??s most famous beaches; Byron Beach, a mecca for surfers; and Cable Beach, one of the top beaches in the world.

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Known around the world for its exciting culture, diverse wildlife, gorgeous natural scenery, beautiful local beaches, and vibrant cities, Australia has everything you are looking for in the perfect getaway destination. As the worldâ??s smallest continent, this nation not only includes continental Australia, but also the neighboring island of Tasmania and other smaller nearby islands. Australia is bordered by the Arafura Sea and Timor Sea in the north, the Coral Sea in the northwest, the Tasman Sea in the west, and the Indian Ocean in the east.
Covering nearly 3 million square miles, Australia is the sixth largest nation in land area and is home to almost 23 million residents. The nation is composed of six different states, including New South Wales, Queensland, South Australia, Tasmania, Victoria, and Western Australia, as well as two mainland territories, the Australian Capital Territory and the Northern Territory. Australiaâ??s capital city of Canberra is located in the state of New South Wales, in the nationâ??s southeastern region. Several of the nationâ??s most populous cities include Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth, and Adelaide.
Visitors to Australia enjoy exploring the nationâ??s breathtaking natural scenery. Off the countryâ??s northeastern coast lies the stunning Great Barrier Reef, the largest coral reef in the world. This â??island continentâ?? boasts a number of natural attractions, such as the iconic Ayers Rock (also called Uluru) found in Australiaâ??s barren â??Outbackâ?? region. Australia is also known around the world for its unique wildlife, including the kangaroo, emu, dingo, crocodile, and koala. The nation has focused heavily on natural preservation and is home to 16 natural World Heritage Sites.
In addition to its wildlife and natural attractions, Australia also draws countless visitors from around the world with its stunning beaches. One of the most popular beaches in Australia, particularly among surfers, is Bells Beach, which is also home to a number of major surfing goods companies. Other beaches that are popular among visitors and locals alike include Bondi Beach, one of the countryâ??s most famous beaches; Byron Beach, a mecca for surfers; and Cable Beach, one of the top beaches in the world.

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