Where to Go in Australia

SydneySydney
Sydney is the most populous and largest city in Australia. It serves as the capital of New South Wales and is a hot tourist destination. Located southeast of the Tasman Sea, there are residents who came to the city from all around the world. In 1788, this city was established as the premier British Colony by commodore Arthur Phillip as a location for exiled convicts. Located on the Harbour, Sydney has...
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MelbourneMelbourne
One of the most well known cities in Australia is Melbourne. It is the second largest city in Australia, and is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the country. Located on a coastal plain off Port Phillip Bay, this city is the capital of the state of Victoria. Founded in 1835, it now is home to a population of approximately 4 million people. It is no surprise why Melbourne is the home to a large amount of ...
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CanberraCanberra
If you are visiting Australia, a visit to the national capital of Canberra is a wonderful place to visit, even just for a day trip. Located literally in between Sydney and Melbourne, it is known as the 'bush capital' due to the fact that there are significant areas of natural vegetation nearby. As the governing city of Australia, it is home to many Government-related sites such as Parliament House, embassies...
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AdelaideAdelaide
When it comes to Australia, there are a thousand of different reasons why one would want to go for a visit. These include the great beaches, coral beds, and more. However, a common thread is that Australia holds nature close to its heart. Adelaide, the capital city of South Australia, is no exception. Crowned the “Green City” of Australia, Adelaide is a rare gem that has many tourist friendly themes to keep both locals ...
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BrisbaneBrisbane
Brisbane is the third most populous city in Australia with a population of about 2 million. Situated in the north eastern corner of this island nation, Brisbane is the capital of the state of Queensland, and was named after the river which it sits on as well as the former Governor of New South Wales, Sir Thomas Brisbane. The city’s central business district (CBD) sits on top of the original settlement...
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Gold CoastGold Coast
The Gold Coast is the second largest city in the state of Queensland, and is situated south of Brisbane. It is also the sixth largest city in Australia. Due to its sunny weather and subtropical climate, it is a tourist destination for leisure holidays as you can enjoy 287 days of sunshine per year. The Gold Coast is known for its waterfront canal living...
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PerthPerth
Perth is the capital city of Western Australia, and is a place where the city meets the shore and a mountain range. This coastal city is famous for its unique blend of nature and the city all into one. Perth has a population of about 1.6 million people, and is the fourth most populous city in Australia. It was also crowned the 8th most liveable city in the world, according to The Economist in 2010.
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