Sydney Royal Botanical Gardens
Oct21

Sydney Royal Botanical Gardens

The Royal Botanic Gardens is located in Sydney and is the largest of three gardens open to the public.  The Royal Botanic Gardens opened in 1816, and can be freely accessed by the public every day.  Located to the east of the Harbour Bridge, the Royal Botanic Gardens take up 30 hectares of land, making it the largest garden in Sydney.   Restaurants are located around the garden, and several tables and barbecues can be found throughout...

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Ayers Rock – Uluru
Oct21

Ayers Rock – Uluru

Ayers Rock (also known as Uluru) is a huge Sandstone formation located in the southern part of Australia’s Northern Territory.  It is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Australia, due to the fact that it is so unique.  This Rock formation is unique because of its shape, location, and colour.  Tours and climbs are available, as well as helicopter rides and presentations about Ayers Rock. Ayers Rock is 348 metres high, and...

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Sydney Opera House
Oct21

Sydney Opera House

The Opera House is located in Sydney, and is one of Australia’s most famous landmarks.  It is a Performing Arts Centre located on Sydney Harbour.  It is a very popular tourist attraction due to its location near the Sydney Harbour Bridge.  After opening in 1973, it became one of the most famous performing centres in the world, and one of the 20th centuries’ most distinctive buildings.  Over 300,000 people tour the Opera House each...

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The Twelve Apostles
Oct21

The Twelve Apostles

Only three hours out of Melbourne stand the 12 Apostles.  These limestone formations are a must see on the Great Ocean Road. These 45 metre high rock formations were carved due to erosion and harsh weather conditions over many years. Several of the formations have collapsed and with time and the rest will likely fall, so don’t miss out! Bus and helicopter tours make the experience worthwhile, as well as restaurants with stunning views...

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Great Barrier Reef
Oct21

Great Barrier Reef

The Great Barrier Reef is the largest coral reef system on the planet. It is composed of about 3,000 reef systems and almost 1,000 small islands stretched over the Coral Sea, just off the coast of Queensland, Australia. The huge reef can be seen from outer space and takes its spot as the largest marine structure made by living organisms. The Great Barrier Reef is home to many species of marine creatures, and has been added as a World...

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Sydney Harbour Bridge
Oct21

Sydney Harbour Bridge

The Sydney Harbour Bridge is a steel arch bridge that crosses over the Sydney Harbour. The Sydney Harbour Bridge supports all sizes and weights of vehicles, and has a path for pedestrians to cross. It was officially opened on 19 March 1932, after AU£6.25 million, and 8 years of construction, the bridge was opened to the public. The Bridge was nicknamed “The Coathanger” due to its shape and structure.  The Sydney Harbour Bridge is...

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