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Places to see in Australia

Whether you are on a short stay here or a long visit - Australia will not disappoint. This country is a mixture of urban and rural lifestyle, vibrant cities and quite and peaceful nature reserves, unseen wildlife and marvelous landscapes, activities for any season and skill level, sunshine and sea.

Here's the list of places that should make your visit unforgettable.

Sydney and around

1. Sydney Aquarium, Wildlife World
2. Australian National Maritime Museum
4. Chinese Gardens
5. Chinatown
6. Art Gallery NSW
7. Observatory
8. Hemmesphere (restaurant/bar)
9. Rengaya (Japanese BBQ/yakiniku restaurant)
10. Australian Heritage Hotel (restaurant/bar)
11. Palmer & Co (bar) 
11. Blue Mountains and Jenolan Caves
12. Hunter Valley
13. Bondi Beach
14. Manly Beach and Northern Beaches
15. Reptile Park
16. Jamberoo Adventure Park


17. Port Stephens
18. Dubbo


19. Surfers Paradise
20. Great Barrier Reef


21. Melbourne
22. Great Ocean Road

Western Australia

23. Fremantle
24. Exmouth
23. Ningaloo Reef

To be updated with more details...


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