Australia is a wonderful destination for the ultimate travel experience. There are no shortages of tourist attractions or fantastic accommodation, and the Australian people are friendly. The Australian wildlife, landscape, architecture and way of life are unique.
Australian Explorer will help you travel around with confidence and plan your holiday in comfort. The user friendly accommodation, tourist attraction and transport sections make travelling in Australia a breeze - thousands of places to stay and visit are listed; ideal for all travellers to Australia.
In addition, there are great pictures of famous and not so famous landscapes such as Uluru (Ayers Rock), and the Olgas which you may want to visit when in Australia.
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New South Wales is Australias most populated state with over 6.2 million inhabitants. The state houses the countries largest and arguably the countries most well known city; Sydney. This is a place where over 3.25 million Australians call home. The state's area totals 802,000 square kilometres.
The Northern Territory is the most barren of all areas in the whole of Australia. It encapsulates a total area of 1.35 million square kilometres and accounts for 20% of the whole country. However, just 182,000 or 1% of Australias population lives here.
Red is the predominant colour found in the soil, the rocks and Uluru (Ayers Rock) which are all situated in Central Australia (also known as the Red Centre). Surrounding the centre are a number of meteorite crators, canyons and valleys. The capital of the Northern Territory is Darwin.
Tasmania is the one and only island state of Australia, encapsulating 67,800 square kilometres and housing over 474,000 people. The Bass Strait is to the North, Tasman Sea to the East and the Southern Ocean to the South. The capital is Hobart which is well worth a visit.
There are plenty of National Parks all over Tasmania, offering fabulous scenery, great walking trails and various outdoor activities. Waterfalls are also popular in Tasmania, including the beautiful Russell Falls.
Western Australia is the largest state in Australia, accounting for approximately one third of the Australian continent. It covers 2,525,500 square kilometres.
The magnificent coastline is 12,500 kilometres long, spanning 2,400 km from north to south. Despite the huge size, the population is less than 1.8 million, 80% of which live in and around Perth (approx. 1.4 million).