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A must do in Australia, part 2

Canberra

Discover Canberra that Capital of Australiawhich attracts with numerous national sights. Canberra is rich in Australian monuments and history, as well as parks and native bushland. They are worth seeing houses of Parliament, the Australian War Memorial and the National Gallery. Anyone interested in science and technology should do soQuestacon not to be missed. The city is dated Black Mountain surrounded, so hiking and skiing are close, on this one is also the famous one Black Mountain Tower. They are at the foot of the mountain Australia National Botanical Gardens, rainforest and over 500 species of eucalyptus grow here. Also, don't take a nice walk by the way Lake Burley Griffin escape. Two hours a day, between 2:00 p.m. and 4:00 p.m., you can experience a 140 meter high fountain that shoots out of the middle of the lake into the air, this is it Captain Cook Memorial Water Jet.  


Melbourne

Melbourne is known as the pulsating center for fashion, sport, culture and culinary delights. The business district is a mix of skyscrapers and Victorian buildings. You get a wonderful view of the city on the 55th floor of the Rialto Tower, there is the viewing platform Melbourne 360 ​​°. If you want to go even higher, it is best to go to the tallest building in the city - the Eureka Tower. This skyscraper offers a breathtaking view on the 88th floor. This lookout point is also called Eureka Skydeck 88 designated.
Do you plan a cozy picnic on Yarra Riverso you should do your shopping in Queen Victoria Market do. There you can find the most unusual picnic delicacies. Then all you have to do is choose one of the many parks - like the one, for example Royal Botanic Garden and relax. 

Great Ocean Road

One of the most beautiful tours on the Australian south coast is the Great Ocean Road. Many beautiful beaches and sights can be discovered along the winding road on the coast. In addition to the Twelve Apostles are further highlights of the Rainforest of Otway National Park, Loch Ard Gorge and the rock formation London Arch. Try that too Great Ocean Walk which stretches from the idyllic coastal town of Apollo Bay with over 104 km to within sight of the great Twelve Apostles.

Yarra Valley

The Yarra Valley is waiting with you 80 different wineries on them. The region is famous for the production of the best Pinot Noirs and sparkling wines in Australia as well as other cool climate wines. Besides, the region is also for theirs fresh natural products - Well known including freshwater salmon, trout and caviar, organically grown fruits and vegetables, handmade cheese and preserves. A self-drive tour along the numerous wine routes is particularly attractive. On the Yarra Valley Food Trail or the numerous weekly markets you can fill your picnic basket to your heart's content.

Discover the wilderness, 17 national parks, pristine coasts in the east and welcome regional cities to a dream island - Tasmania. 

Hobart

Discover Hobart - Tasmania's historic capital. Galleries, bars and restaurants showcase Hobart's cuisine, wines and creativity. Visit the Weekend markets on, built by convicts, port and Salamanca Place. The oldest suburb of Hobart is worth seeing, Battery Point, Mount Wellington, the Taste Tasmania Festival and the Yacht races from Sydney to Hobart.

Wineglass Bay

Wineglass Bay near Hobart is one of them ten most beautiful beaches in the world. The crescent-shaped beach of pearly white sand washed by sapphire blue sea water against the backdrop of pink and gray granite rocks is one of the most popular most overwhelming natural regions of Australia. The area is ideal for fishing or sailing trips, bush walks, sea kayaking tours and rock climbing - or simply to pause and take in the spectacular coastal landscape.

Adelaide

Discover Adelaide, South Australia's elegant and sophisticated capital. Adelaide stretches between mountains and sea and is increasingly becoming the lifestyle metropolis of Australia. The elegant city already known for their excellent wine and food culture known, is currently reinventing itself and now offers an excellent Pub culture, world class festivals and a unique one Eco adventure.

The impressive one Parliament building with its marble halls is definitely worth a visit. This can be visited even when parliament is in session. So you can look over the shoulder of the MPs.

You can relax in Adelaide Botanic Gardens. Then you can go straight to the Adelaide Zoological Gardens go - a small but nice zoo. Take a look in the alleys of Adelaide, where warehouses and shops are increasingly being converted into bars that offer everything a gourmet's heart desires, from tapas to Serbian dishes.

Kangaroo Island

The one in the west Flinders Chase National Park occupies 20 percent of the island. The island is considered an "absolute must" among animal lovers. No wonder there are many different animals such as koalas, kangaroos, wallabies, fur seals, many different species of birds and fish, as well as numerous types of different plants.

There is also long beaches and good hiking opportunities. The island is largely agricultural. The economy is determined by tourism, wine, honey, wool, meat and grain.

The average Australian tax refund is around A $ 2,600

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Alice Springs

Alice Springs is one of Australia's most famous cities in the Outback and surrounded by a red sand desert that stretches for hundreds of kilometers in all directions. Discover the Aboriginal art, Pioneering story and the unique Australian landscape.

Uluru - Ayers Rock

Along with the Sydney Opera House, Uluru is one of the famous landmark of Australia. We are talking about the 350 meter high monolith, which is better known by the name Ayers Rock. It is one of the largest in the world and attracts crowds of visitors every year. The color comes from the weathering of the rock, the typical red color. There are many ways to take in the majestic appearance of Uluru and the beauty of this unique desert landscape. Learn from one guided hike with an Aborigine everything you need to know about the ancient traditions and stories from the dreamtime. Enjoy that Sight from the air in a helicopter or hot air balloon.

Darwin

Darwin is the capital of the state of Northern Territory and at the same time the largest and northernmost city in the country. Many therefore use this starting point as an opportunity to make a short detour to Asia. The territory has a fascinating animal world, but the “tamed” quarters of the city also have a lot to offer. There you will find first class restaurants, chic bars and luxury accommodation.

A stroll through Darwin is well worth it as there is a lot to see. So you could with Indo-Pacific Marina start where there are living corals to marvel at. Then you continue along the port of Darwin and come to the Parliament building past. It goes on to Aquascenewhere to feed fish that come with the tide. If you want to run even further, you should get the Darwin Botanic Gardens not to be missed Kakadu National Park

Kakadu National Park

Like many other sights in Australia, Kakadu National Park is also part of theWorld Heritage. The region is still very much influenced by the culture of the Aborigines. At theNourlangie rock you can see rock carvings and fromMirrai Lookout the whole splendor of the national park can be seen. The 215 m high are also impressiveJim Jim Fallsand the 120 m highTwin Falls that invite you to take a bath.

The Ghan

Get ready for a trip across Australia on one of the world's greatest train rides. Climb the Ghan in Adelaide and watch as South Australia's rolling green rolling countryside merges into the rugged outback, the Red Center, and finally into the lush tropics. Or hop on in Darwin and watch the landscapes slide by in reverse order before your eyes. 

Perth

Explore Perth City's neighborhoods, clean uncrowded beaches, parks and the Swan River. Eat fresh seafood and enjoy the relaxed lifestyle. It is relatively easy to find your way around Perth, with the Perth Tram you can see the sights. There are also free buses that run through the city Perth Central Area Transit's or CAT called. On the outskirts of the city is the Kings Park, which is about 400 hectares and is therefore one of the largest parks in the world. in the Botanical Garden you have a wonderful view over Perth from the Legacy Lookout. Close by can be Rottnest Island Whale watching in August and September.