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AUSTRALIA TRAVEL GUIDE

EVERY DAY'S A G'DAY

As the place i have called home for the last seven years it will come as no surprise that this is one of my favourites. Australia really does have something for everyone, the iconic Sydney Opera House and Harbour Bridge to this day still put a smile on my face every time i see them and remember i’m living the dream and if you have an interest in engineering and architecture these landmarks take on a whole new life as you take a tour and find out the story behind them.The natural beauty of Australia, however is what really gets me going, there are so many different landscapes across this vast country and Uluru is just the tip of the iceberg. The Devils marbles, the Pinnacles, Kings canyon, Wine Glass Bay, countless incredible national parks and thats before we even get to what lies beneath the azure waters here. Australia has so many options, 7 years on and i’m still finding new places to fall in love with.

TOP PLACES TO VISIT IN AUSTRALIA

 

VICTORIA

WESTERN AUSTRALIA

NORTHERN TERRITORY

TASMANIA

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J R R Tolkein

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