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    NSW - The Premier State

    New South Wales is the oldest and most populated state of Australia situated on the east coast with Queensland to the north and Victoria to the south. NSW is a home of the vibrant, cosmopolitan city of Sydney, the capital of New South Wales and the major financial, political and cultural centre. Beyond Sydney you will find a wealth of sights both inland and along the coast, including the spectacular range of the Blue Mountains, the blue water paradise of the central and northern beaches, country vineyards and spectacular scenery all year round. More
    Victoria - The Garden State.

    Victoria is the smallest mainland state located at the southeastern tip of Australia. Melbourne, Victoria's capital and the southern gateway to the state, is the second largest city in Australia and has long been recognized as the country's cultural capital. Melbourne is a city of great charm, style and sophistication. But of course, there is more to Victoria than its beautiful capital. Victoria is a vibrant and green state of dramatic contrasts - beautiful coastlines, lush countryside and rugged mountains are all within easy reach from Melbourne. In fact, wherever you turn in Victoria, you will be surprised and amazed at its beauty and diversity. It is a distinctive part of Australia with many unique experiences to be enjoyed! More
    Queensland - The Sunshine State.

    Queensland - the red hot outback, the lush green rainforests, the golden beaches, the cool blue coast and sunshine, the living kaleidoscope of the Great Barrier Reef, and of course, the colourful towns and people. Queensland is big, bold, bright and beautiful, and without a doubt, it is the holiday capital of Australia. Stretching for more than 2000 kilometres, Queensland's east coast comprises the famous rainforests, beaches, bays, islands and the states most famous attraction, the Great Barrier Reef. Another of the state's greatest attractions is its wonderful climate. It's a land of long warm summers and short cool winters. With a typical subtropical to tropical climate, the seasons are not as distinctive as in the cooler climates of Australia's southern States. More
    Northern Territory

    Divided into The Red Centre and The Top End, the Northern Territory boasts vast regions of red desert contrasting with lush green rainforests, spectacular waterfalls, stunning rock formations and native Australian wildlife. Easily accessible through its capital city of Darwin or through Alice Springs or Ayers Rock airports, the Northern Territory offers an unbelievable variety of tours and experiences for every traveler. Visit National Parks, marvel at the awe-inspiring beauty of Ayers Rock, go bird watching, swim in crystal clear pools, see ancient aboriginal art and habitat sites, and learn about the Dreamtime legends of the aboriginal people. More

    Separated from mainland Australia by the 240 km stretch of Bass Strait, Tasmania is a land apart - a place of wild and beautiful landscapes; friendly, welcoming people; a pleasant, temperate climate; wonderful wine and food; a rich history; and a relaxed island lifestyle. More
    South Australia

    South Australia is a state of contrasts and surprises. Come join in the festivities of a South Australian experience. Sample the fine wines of the Barossa region, fossick for precious opals in the rugged desert region or hike the marvelous Flinders Ranges, just to name a few of the many attractions that await your arrival in this festival state. From the city of churches, Adelaide to the underground opal mining town of Coober Pedy in the Outback the treasures of this wonderous and friendly state are plentiful, with something for everyone. Both the Eyre Peninsula and the Yorke Peninsula offer spectacular coastline with excellent fishing and surfing. If you are looking for some adventure visit remote Kangaroo Island. More
    Western Australia

    Sun, adventure, an awesome natural environment and friendly people - it's what you'll find on a holiday to Western Australia whatever time of year you visit. Nowhere else in the world can you experience and interact with such unique natural attractions. Dive with the world's largest fish - the whale shark, snorkel with manta rays, swim with wild dolphins, walk amongst the tree tops of ancient trees, sleep under a canopy of stars in the desert, or explore the beehive-like formations of the Bungle Bungles with the help of an Aboriginal guide. More
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