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  • 1 Blue Mountains National Park Recommended Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    AUS - Katoomba

    Blue Mountains National Park, near Sydney, is a real treasure that is on the UNESCO World Heritage List. Under 1,000 m in altitude, it features splendid landscapes, refreshing temperatures and all sorts of hiking opportunities. Information Centre in ..

  • 2 Phillip Island Recommended Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    AUS - Woolamai

    Phillip Island of the coast of Melbourne boasts some major tourist attractions including penguin parades in Phillip Island Nature Park, the Motorcycle Grand Prix (in early October) and a Koala Conservation Center. Expect crowds as well as beaches mad..

  • 3 Mornington Peninsula Recommended Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    AUS - Mornington

    Mornington Peninsula and its resorts - Sorrento and Portsea - are ideal for aficionados of sunbathing, swimming and snorkelling. The peninsula is also known for its vineyards and Point Nepean National Park, once a military base but now full of hiking..

  • 4 Murray River Recommended Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    AUS - Waikerie

    The Murray River, Australia's longest at approximately 2,500 km, divides Victoria and New South Wales along part of its course before heading down towards South Australia. The fertile land around it boasts orchards (in Waikerie) and vineyards. Paddle..

  • 5 Yarra Valley Recommended Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    AUS - Healesville

    The Yarra Valley near Melbourne is a hilly landscape where vineyards abound. Several dozen wine-growing estates are open for tastings. Those who prefer exploring wildlife will enjoy the Healesville Sanctuary and its profusion of Australian fauna.

  • 6 Victorian Alps Recommended Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    AUS - Yangoura

    In winter the Victorian Alps, culminating at Mount Bogong (1,986 m), attract skiers from Melbourne and elsewhere. But sports-lovers of all kinds will also enjoy exploring its landscapes year round, including Alpine National Park.

  • 7 Melbourne Royal Botanic Gardens Recommended Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    AUS - Melbourne

    The nearly 40ha of the Royal Botanic Gardens contain over 10,000 varieties of plants, a true nature sanctuary for its flora and fauna. Allow at least 2 hrs to explore the magnificent gardens. Kings Domain park is next door.

  • 8 Sunshine Coast Recommended Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    AUS - Noosa

    The dreamy shores of the aptly named Sunshine Coast extend along the Pacific north ofBrisbane. Dolce vita, R&R on the sandy beach, swimming in its turquoise waters and drinks by the sea. This counterpart of the Gold Coast (in the south) is a top seas..

  • 9 Gold Coast Recommended Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    AUS - Coolangatta

    The Gold Coast...where the sand is golden and the waves inviting. This part of the coast is a major tourist destination that is loud and lively, full of high-rise buildings, crowded beaches and amusement parks. Surfers Paradise is emblematic of its k..

  • 10 Daintree National Park Recommended Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    AUS - Daintree

    Daintree National Park contains two treasures: the unique tropical forest along the coast at Cape Tribulation and the refreshing crystalline waters of Mossman Gorge, all set in a tropical rainforest ecosystem with highly diverse wildlife.

  • 11 Wet Tropics Recommended Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    AUS - Cape Tribulation

    The Wet Tropics, a protected rainforest area in northeastern Queensland, contain Daintree National Park and a remarkable degree of biodiversity. Continue all the way to Cape Tribulation to see its untamed landscapes. It is also a land of Aboriginal c..

  • 12 Fraser Island Recommended Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    AUS - Eurong

    The world's largest sand island (122 km long) also has its green side in a rainforest set back from the dreamy coastline dotted with sand dunes and freshwater lakes. Fraser Island is a rare ecosystem which can be explored in a 4WD but must be treated..

  • 13 The Whitsundays Recommended Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    AUS - Whitsunday Island

    The Whitsundays archipelago is a highly popular tourist destination in the heart of the Great Barrier Reef. Whether you choose Daydream, Whitsunday (and its sublime Whitehaven Beach), Hayman or Hamilton, you will enjoy the surf, sun and diving in a h..

  • 14 Daydream Island Recommended Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    AUS - Whitsunday Island

    This pocket-sized island in the Whitsundays archipelago is surrounded by the magnificent waters of the lagoon and the Great Barrier Reef. Enjoy the swimming, snorkelling, R&R, and walks along the beach. Daydream is an ideal family holiday destination..

  • 15 Flinders Ranges National Park Interesting

    Nature and gardens

    AUS - Wilpena

    Erosion over hundreds of millions of years has shaped the unique contours of the 350km of landscapes in the Flinders Ranges and its abundant wildlife. Aboriginal art adds to the magic of the place. Information centre at Wilpena Pound, an awesome natu..

  • 16 Coorong National Park Interesting

    Nature and gardens

    AUS - Coorong National Park

    Coorong National Park, southeast of Adelaide, is protected from the Indian Ocean by a long sandbar. Its lagoons stretch out for nearly 150km, providing shelter to a profusion of 250 species of birds. A great opportunity for taking shots - with your c..

  • 17 South Australian Museum Interesting

    Museums and art

    North Terrace AUS - Adélaïde

    Although the South Australian Museum can be proud of its rich permanent endowment, including a room devoted to biodiversity, another to ancient Egypt and still another to the explorer Douglas Mawson, its inestimable Aboriginal art collection is its m..

  • 18 Ayers House Interesting

    Museums and art

    288 North Terrace AUS - Adélaïde

    Ayers House was named for Henry Ayers, a businessman who was elected Premier of South Australia seven times and lived here in the second half of the 19C. The museum, set amidst the home's superb colonial architecture, harks back to prosperity of an e..

  • 19 Watarrka National Park Interesting

    Nature and gardens

    AUS - Aboriginal Land

    Watarrka National Park, southwest ofAlice Springs, boasts one of Australia's finest natural sites: Kings Canyon, whose 100m-high walls contain an oasis known as the Garden of Eden. Breathtaking views from all the trails, from the easiest to the steep..

  • 20 Top End Interesting

    Nature and gardens

    AUS - Darwin

    It's worth pushing on to Top End, an ancient Aboriginal land, to complete your exploration of the Northern Territories. After the highly cosmopolitan city of Darwin come the superb national parks of Kakadu and Litchfield, and the extremely well-prote..

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