Australia - Globe Guide


Australia is home to some of the planet's most remarkable landscapes, from the stunning Great Barrier Reef to the arid Red Centre in the Northern Territory.

With so much to see in Australia, it takes several weeks just to see the main highlights, so focus on just a couple of regions (there are six states and two territories) during an inaugural trip.

New South Wales is a good starting point, where sophisticated Sydney serves up splendours like the magnificent Opera House, Harbour Bridge, Manly Beach and the scenic Coastal Walk which includes world-famous Bondi Beach.

The Whitsunday Islands are beloved for their bright-white silica sand beaches and snorkeling spots teeming with underwater life, which are the gateway for Great Barrier Reef tours and unforgettable scenic flights. Stay in Hamilton Island for a taste of the luxe life, or base yourself in more laid-back Airlie Beach which is popular with backpackers.

Melbourne is frequently ranked as one of the world's top cities to live in, and it's worth spending at least a week in Victoria to head out on some of the best day trips. Go wine tasting in the Yarra Valley, spend a sunny afternoon on the beach in Wilson’s Promontory National Park, watch the Phillip Island penguin parade, and admire the sights along the Great Ocean Road.

New South Wales



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