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Australian Holidays

If you have always wanted to have an Australian holiday then now is the time to get it organized. The Australian dollar is down and this makes your money go further. There are so many places that you will want to visit while you are in Australia that you will need to come two or three times to see them all. Most overseas travelers commence their holiday in Sydney. The Sydney Opera House and The Sydney Harbour Bridge are on everyone's must see list. The list of accommodation is incredible.

Queensland is home to seventy percent of the country's tourism products. Cairns in the north, the Whitsundays, Fraser Island, the Sunshine Coast and the Gold Coast draw millions of tourists every year to see these fabulous regions. The sensational island resorts of the Whitsunday Passage like Hamilton Island and Hayman Island have a world wide reputation and the sailing industry in this region is fantastic. Cairns is the main destination for divers wanting to see the Great Barrier Reef. There are hundreds of tours and dive trips on offer and you can go for a day or an extended live aboard expedition.

The great outback is also a fantastic drawcard for tourists coming on an Australian holiday. Ayers Rock, Alice Springs, Darwin, Kakadu National Park and the other sensational attractions in the Northern territory attract campervan and motorhome travelers and those who prefer an organized tour. In Western Australia, the Kimberley region and Broome attract tens of thousands of tourists wanting to explore this sensational region. Crocodile infested rivers, island archipelago's, wonderful waterfalls cascading into deep ocean inlets, The Bungle Bungle ranges and many other attractions make this one of Australia’s most popular regions.

Wine lovers love Australia. The quality of our products is renowned around the world. The Margaret River Region, The Barossa Valley, The Clare Valley, the Mornington Peninsular, Tasmania, the Hunter Valley and south east Queensland all have thriving wine growing regions.

If you are planning an Australian Holiday then do it now. You will be so glad you did!