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Australia's most iconic image is Uluru, the great red rock protruding from an expansive desert, but the outback only scratches the surface of the possibilities of an Australian getaway.
Sydney and Melbourne offer arts, culture, shopping, unique architecture and fine dining - people from all over the world have convened in these cities to create local renditions of the best global cuisines.
The weather is stunning, and if you like surfing there are plenty of world-class spots to try out including Byron Bay, Noosa, Manly Beach and Conto Springs Beach. You can also visit Australia Zoo or one of the many wildlife parks around the country to get up close and personal with Australia's bizarre and unique wildlife, including kangaroos, koalas, wombats and pythons - though it might be best to observe some of the more deadly animals from a distance.
Australia is also home to one of the greatest marvels of the natural world: the Great Barrier Reef. This coral superstructure is the result of millions of years of growth, and supports an unparalleled amount of diverse marine life. Observe it from a glass-bottomed boat or get in the water with a snorkel or scuba tank.

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Places to visit in Australia

Learn about the variety of places to go in Australia, from modern cities to remote corners of the Outback and the Great Barrier Reef

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