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Australia Travel Guide

Australia Travel and Tourism: Information

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Australia Travel and Tourism. Information. Vacation Packages. The best way to start exploration of Australia is to visit Sydney the most beautiful and matchless city of the country. You will find old quarters, modern business districts and shopping streets there. Tourists, who wish to see historical buildings, churches and monuments, should start with King Cross district. Narrow streets and beautiful squares of King Cross are home to art centers, museums and souvenir outlets. Elizabeth Street is a popular destination for shopping, and Homebush quarter, which is located nearby, is the location of Olympic sports facilities. The most popular cultural places of interest in Sydney include Sydney Museum of History and Anthropology, National Marine Museum, Memorial Art Gallery, the Museum of Applied Arts and Science, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Nicolson Antique Museum and Modern Art Museum. There are also several parks and reserves in the city, the most popular of which are Hyde Park and Park of Wild Animals of Australia. In Sydney, tourists can attend a very unusual excursion a visit to the opal manufacture. Here visitors will see how the rock is processed, learn more interesting information about these precious stones and, of course, purchase the jewelry. Perth is another Australian city that is worth attention. It is mostly famous for its numerous mines that quarry gold, diamonds and nickel. Perth is a wonderful place with typical Australian landscapes high rocks, unusual trees and numerous exotic plants. Darwin is a city that hides many interesting places and surprises. The main attraction here is Kakadu National Park, where visitors can see rare animals, birds and enjoy variety of local flora. There are a few more parks in Darwin suburbs, the most popular of which are Katherine Caves and Leechfield.