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  1. OVERVIEW • ADVENTURE - Arkaroola Wilderness Sanctuary, Red Centre, Ningaloo Reef • • BEACHES & SUN - Bondi Beach, Byron Bay, Wineglass Bay HISTORY & CULTURE- Melbourne, Victoria ; Adelaide, South Australia ; Canberra, Australian Capital Territory • RELAXATION & REJUVENATION - The Daintree , Noosa , Hamilton Island , The Finders Ranges • ROMANCE - Hunter Valley , Sunshine Coast Hinterland, QLD , Adelaide Hills, SA • • • SHOPPING - Melbourne , Sydney , Brisbane CASINOS - Crown Melbourne , Queensland SKIING & SNOWBOARDING - Thredbo , Charlotte Pass Snow Resort , Selwyn Snow Resort


  2. BEACHES & SUN BONDI BEACH BYRON BEACH Bondi beach makes your beach journey complete. Less about the actual quality of the beach itself and more about the surroundings, atmosphere, history and people watching, like it or not, Sydney‘s famous stretch of sand at Bondi is a long-time fixture and also something of an icon in Aussie beach culture. Byron has come a long way in terms of development from its early days. Modern cafes and bars have been popping up over the years along with increasing i n t e r e s t f r o m p r o p e r t y developers, however, one thing that has remained unchanged is the quality of its beaches. Sporting a long, typically uncrowded stretch of coastline that is reached with a short trip from the Gold Coast and various other Northern New South Wales destinations is the contributing factor. WINEGLASS BAY One of the most impressive Tassie beaches is the spectacular Wineglass Bay within Freycinet National Park. Reached an approximate 2-hour drive from Launceston and 3 hour trip from Hobart, the beach is a fair hike but it is worth the effort. lak Ski Resort in the Medeu Valley. Here find three ski lifts, along with easy ski rental and ski schools.

  3. ADVENTURE ARKAROOLA SANCTUARY A r k a r o o l a W i l d e r n e s s Sanctuary  in South Australia's gorgeous Flinders Ranges has some of the clearest skies in the country and one of Australia's largest privately owned astronomical observatories. Guided tours using professional telescopes give you a close up look at distant galaxies. For the ultimate souvenir you can b o r r o w t h e astrophotography equipment and use your camera to snap a picture of a star trail to take home.  RED CENTRE Viewing Alice’s picture-perfect ranges at sunrise on an Outback Ballooning hot air balloon flight is just awesome. Sixty peaceful minutes in the air allows ample time to take in the vast, art canvas-style landscapes below. Watch for passing clouds of colourful budgerigars. Spend your afternoon admiring desert wildlife at  Alice Springs Desert Park where you can see dingoes, princess parrots and near-extinct Central Australian marsupials such as the 30 centimetre tall  mala, a tiny, shaggy-haired kangaroo.  r e s o r t ' s NINGALOO REEF Marine playgrounds don’t get much better than this. Most visitors head to the spectacular  Ningaloo Reef  to experience the thrill of swimming with whale sharks,  humpback whales  and even  manta rays. However, that's just the start of the adventure. From quad biking over sand dunes to kayaking through limestone gorges.

  4. HISTORY & CULTURE MELBOURNE, VICTORIA Browse a collection of more than 70,000 works of art at the National Gallery of Victoria, Australia’s oldest gallery. The waterfront hub of Southbank is home  to  the  Australian Centre for Contemporary Art  – renowned for its innovative, multimedia exhibitions – and the  Arts Centre, where you can watch the Australian Ballet or Opera Australia perform. Wear your finest attire for a blockbuster musical in the opulent Princess and Her Majesty’s theatres, or intimate cabaret, drama or jazz in the city laneways. ADELAIDE Tree-lined North Terrace is home to the city’s most significant cultural institutions. Marvel at more than 3000 artefacts celebrating the cultural life of Australian Aborigines, one of the world’s oldest continuous living peoples, in the South Australian Museum. Watch artists and sculptors in action in the  West End or follow a gallery trail from the elegant streets of the city centre to neighbouring Kent Town and Norwood. CANBERRA Learn about the birth of Australia’s political system in the  Museum of Australian Democracy at Old Parliament House, then watch politicians’ debate today’s issues in modern  Parliament House.  See the country’s finest collection of Australian art at the National Gallery of Australia (NGA) and famous Australian faces at the National Portrait Gallery, or visit 35 purpose-built studios, supporting over 40 artists, at ANCA Gallery.

  5. ROMANCE HUNTER VALLEY Wine country is often a favoured getaway for couples looking for an escapist retreat from civilisation. The thought of nestling around open fires while sampling a drop of Australia’s finest red can be hard to top and the  Hunter Valley  is New South Wales’ most prominent answer to this. SUNSHINE COAST While the Sunshine Coast might be more widely renowned for its miles of lovely beaches and family-friendly attractions, there’s another element that serves as an alternative lush and secluded getaway destination for the escapist couple. ADELAIDE HILLS Residents of South Australia’s capital are fortunate in that those looking for a dose of travel romance aren’t subject to much of a journey in order to get it as the Adelaide Hills are perfect for couples and lie a mere 20 minutes’ drive from the CBD.

  6. SNOWBOARDING CHARLOTTE PASS SNOW RESORT Charlotte Pass Snow Resort  is Australia’s highest resort which receives some of the most consistent snowfalls during ski season, making it an ideal spot for taking on the slopes in quality, natural snow. With a range of runs to cater to skiers of different abilities, beginners can ski gently down the East Starter run, while more experienced skiers can tackle the medium difficulty Kosi Coaster. THREDBO Thredbo  is one of the most popular ski resorts in New South Wales. Situated in the Snowy Mountains, Thredbo Alpine Village caters to skiers and snowboarders of all skill levels. Take advantage of the giant purpose-built beginner areas fitted with gentle slopes and a designated ‘first time only’ area to allow beginners to test out their skills. SELWYN SNOW RESORT Selwyn Snow Resort is home to a cosy, family-friendly ski resort, with slopes suited to a variety of skill levels. The family owned and operated ski spot has long been a popular holiday destination in the Snowy Mountains. The resort offers a range of progressive terrains that allow you test out your skills before tackling the more challenging runs.

  7. RELAXATION NOOSA THE DAINTREE Visit The Daintree as it's one of the true jewels of Australia's crown in terms of its beauty and its world significance in that it's the oldest continuous living rainforest on earth.
 VISIT NOOSAas it has beautiful beaches, accessible national parks, quirky hinterland villages and an amazing river and lake system. There's also a world- class dining scene and year- round holiday atmosphere; clean, green and serene.
 HAMILTON ISLAND Visit Hamilton Island  to experience everything that is great about Australia. This is in the heart of the Great Barrier Reef and have over 60 diverse activities and a wide range of accommodation and food options.  
 THE FINDERS RANGES Visit The Finders Ranges as it is the quintessential Australian outback landscape and one of the oldest on earth. There are amazing colour changes on the ranges during the day, beautiful gum trees, and lots of wildlife.


  8. CASINOS CROWN MELBOURNE Crown Melbourne is the largest a n d m o s t entertainment complex in the Southern Hemisphere and in fact one of the largest in the world. And with three hotels, plenty of pokie machines, and two restaurants, the complex is absolutely huge and full of much more entertainment than just gambling activities. QUEENSLAND Queensland’s other popular casinos include the  Treasury Casino, Hotel Brisbane and   Jupiters Townsville – a casino for those looking to combine their love of gaming with a lush tropical setting, wonderful beaches and with the ability to spend their winnings on a quick flight to the islands of The Great Barrier Reef. s u c c e s s f u l

  9. SHOPPING MELBOURNE SYDNEY Melbourne is possibly Australia’s most significant shopping city. There are two main shopping areas for this city. The main shopping street would be  Chapel Street  which is quite the shopping, dining and entertainment precinct for the city. There is also Bridge Road, which is popular for its clothing outlets  and shops that sell clothes created by local designers. Sydney is the biggest city in Australia has its own shopping districts which are a great opportunity to do shopping before you return home. The main shopping street in the city would be Pitt Street Mall. There are a whole host of shopping centres in the area such as the Westfield Centrepoint, Imperial Arcade, Skygarden, Glasshouse, Mid City Centre, Westfield Sydney Central Plaza and Strand Arcade each of which combine to bring hundreds of individual shops within easy reach. BRISBANE In the city of Brisbane you will be looking for the  Queen Street Mall  to meet almost all your shopping needs. Queen Street Mall is where you will find a number of shopping centres such as the Myer Centre, and the Brisbane Arcade. For fashion you will be well served by visiting the Wintergarden, features a wide variety of clothing lines; the Queens Plaza, for the more expensive clothing lines; or Broadway on the Mall, which retail more formal attire.

  10. HAPPY TRAVELLING! Don’t forget to buy the currency!
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