Australia's Touristic Places

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Sydney's Opera House

It is shaped like a big shell and is one of the world's greatest architectural icons. Everything is stunning. The Royal Botanic Garden borders it in the south, while it is surrounded by water in the north, east, and west. Its construction was finished in 1973, designed by John Uzton.

Great Barrier Reef

The Great Barrier Reef is one of the greatest living structure in the planet. Its fragile ecosystem was stablished to be protected by the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park in 1975. It includes more than 3000 coral reefs and 600 continental islands. It is one of the seven wonders of the natural world.


It is Australia's second largest city. It is home for many theaters, galleries, shops, and restaurants. It has European feels due to the main draws of this sophisticated city on the Yarra River. It has a lot of parks, gardens, and open spaces which covers more than one third of the city's territory.
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Kakadu National Park

The Kakadu National Park is located in the northern territory. It is one of the planet's great wilderness area. It is also a World Heritage Site. It covers more than 19, 840 sq km. It is the largest national park in Australia but it the second largest in the world. It is home to many mammals and reptiles and it is also home for more than 300 species of birds. You may spot salt-water crocodiles.
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