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  • 1


    287 reviews

    The ferry from neutral bay to darling harbour at sunset is a cheap way to get an amazing view of the city.

  • 2


    238 reviews

    If you are planning to explore the historical sites or need to be sporty in trip then Melbourne will be one of the best place which not be missed. Here I have visited Queens Victoria Market, Lygon street, and most exciting Melbourne Cricket Ground.

  • 3


    110 reviews

    Australia's pretty river city is stepping out of Melbourne and Sydney's shadows and into the spotlight. Boasting the most popular art gallery in Australia, GoMA, the beautiful South Bank precinct, a buzzing nightlife unhampered by strict licensing laws (as in Sydney) and gorgeous "Queenslander" architecture, Brisbane has earned its cosmopolitan stripes but retained its laid-back vibe. Trendsetters and design lovers ...

  • 4


    91 reviews

    I think a single day visit in Perth is a must if you are planning a trip to Australia. Places like Rottnest island, Fremantle Market, Western Australia Aquarium with botanic gardens are fabulous places in their own which can not be compared with any other.

  • 5


    51 reviews

    Nothing here but the great barrier reef, diving here is pricey. Well then everything here was pricey.

  • 6


    59 reviews

    If you are planning for adventurous and exciting trip then choose Adelaide. Here you can explore the cultural sights, refreshing and lively beached with beautiful sunset point, most fascinating infrastructure and sculptures on the roads which not to be missed.

  • 7


    24 reviews

    Tasmania's pretty, historic capital city has an immediate charm that's hard to ignore.The colonial architecture is picture-perfect, the arts scene vibrant, and the natural setting splendid. As an added treat, it boasts one of Australia's best dining scenes. It's worth devoting at least three days to the city.

  • 8


    26 reviews

    a dull city...Parliament and war memorial site serene and worth visiting. nice restaurant, eat in the tower, hotel average

  • 9

    Byron Bay

    38 reviews

    I lived in Byron for over a year and it is by far one of my favorite places in the world! It me it really is the best of all worlds... it's beautiful laid back little alternative beach town with international appeal! Experience the laid back surfer vibe and meet interesting people from around the world all in one place.

  • 10

    Gold Coast

    74 reviews

    went to lake moogerah to watch the STUNNING milky way and i managed to catch the sunset while driving there, it was MAGICAL.

  • 11


    22 reviews

    For adventurous trip and love to play with wild crocs, then this is perfect place to visit for some fun and excitement in the middle of the sea.

  • 12

    Port Campbell

    5 reviews

    A modest little beachside town, set along the Great Ocean Road - Port Campbell is the perfect place for a mini getaway from urban life. Coming from nitty gritty Melbourne, wind your way through rainforest and secluded beaches, private coves, koala-filled eucalyptus trees, and past the stunning Twelve Apostles, and Port Campbell is your haven for a night's rest - ...

  • 13

    Lavers Hill

    1 review

    Lavers Hill is one of many small towns dotted throughout the Great Ocean Road, Australia's most famous seaside road. It's comparable to Highway 1 in the United States. It's a lovely little stopover.

  • 14

    Surfers Paradise

    25 reviews

    This is an awesome tourist destination. The sand there was so soft and fine (and white)! Amazing. I found people there to be super friendly and helpful - they opened up my world to Tim Tams, and the best way to eat them! Yum. It's do nice to walk around and just enjoy the beautiful weather and sights. Maybe you'll ...

  • 15

    Port Douglas

    20 reviews

    Port Douglas is a jumping off point for many of the Great Barrier Reef snorkel tours. It's full of budget accommodations and eateries as well as other services for the vacationing traveler.

  • 16


    4 reviews

    Yulara is the closest "town" to Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park. There's not much here, but it's still absolutely beautiful.

  • 17

    Surry Hills

    3 reviews

    Tourists to Sydney mostly don't get this far from the harbour, and so miss the shady, tree-lined, cafe-rich and hipstery scene in lovely Surry Hills. With great pubs and restaurants, and institutions like the Bourke Street Bakery serving up culture with the littlest bit of attitude, this is one of Sydney's most livable suburbs, and a great place to experience ...

  • 18


    11 reviews

    Manly, one of Sydney's northern suburbs, is a great day trip. Ride the ferry across the harbor to enjoy the beaches, the bushwalks, the outdoor cafes, and the gorgeous views.

  • 19


    7 reviews

    A tourist trap, but a pretty one, Katoomba has all of the boutiques and mountain outfitters you'd expect, but some decent dining as well, and makes a decent base for exploring the Blue Mountains. It's the closest town to the Three Sisters Lookout.

  • 20


    10 reviews

    A beautiful place up in Queensland. Very tropic looking. Reminds me of NZ. Mountain ranges in the distace. People are friendly. Plenty to do from checking out bars and cafes along the beachfront. Visit magnetic island a must. Excellent play areas and walking paths along the beach.

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