Australia the Ocenia Jewel

Top 10 places to visit in Australia

Best places

Here will you see the best places to travel and no get bored
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Brisbane is the capital of the state of Queensland. Has a population of 2 million habitants. Also is the third largest city after Sydney and Melbourne. And also is the fastest developing city in Australia. Also a warm climate
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Locate on the southwestern coastline of Australia. Perth is the fourth largest city and the capital of Western Australia. Isolated from the other cities Perth has their own unique character.
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The capital of the state of Victoria, Melbourne is the second largest city of Australia. Located in the southern area of Australia. Also Melbourne is considered national cultural capital. A well planned city for shopping and traveling
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It is close to the Great Barrier Reef, Cairns is one of the most popular locations for visiting. Few coastal destinations feature more wildlife diversity and more opportunities for travel adventures than pretty Cairns
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Alice Springs

Located in the heart of Australia about 1500 km (900 miles) from the nearest major city, Alice Springs is comprised of cavernous gorges, boundless desert landscapes, remote Aboriginal communities and a charming pioneering history.The population has substantially grown to about 28,000.
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Great Barrier Reef

One of the top destinations for underwater explorers and scuba divers, the Great Coral Reef is the world’s largest barrier reef system. Located in the Coral Sea off the coast of Australia’s state of Queensland, the Great Barrier Reef encompasses a huge area of more than 2,900 coral reefs and hundreds of islands and cays.
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Located on Australia’s southeastern coast, Sydney is the capital of New South Wales. A modern city with a long history, Sydney is defined by its scenic harbor. The region’s first inhabitants lived along the harbor’s bank for thousands of years. The harbor was also the landing site for convicts sent to Australia during the 1780s. Today, ferries take visitors for cruises under the famed Sydney Harbor Bridge and past the iconic Sydney Opera House.