VISITING AUSTRALIA

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Australia is great for a visit if you are looking for a break from the usual routine. Its scenic beauty, adventurous sports, coastal beaches, damp rainforests, balmy deserts, and sunny seasides are some of the reasons for which a holiday in the country is refreshing for the mind, body, and soul.

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It may also interest you to learn that Australia contains a unique mix of flora and fauna, which is the result of its isolation from the rest of the world. Within its animal sanctuaries, you can spot some endangered species like kangaroos, koalas, echidna, emus, platypus, wombats, and wallabies. For this reason, you must not forgo adding visits to the zoos and animal parks during your Australian excursions.

Australia is also recognized as a multicultural center and it owes its 3 cities such as Brisbane, Melbourne, and Sydney for this image. The capital of Australia is Canberra. The English language is spoken in the country.

Known to be a capitalist economy, Australia gains maximum revenue from its tourism industry. The official currency of Australia is Australian Dollar (AUD) and one dollar is equivalent to 100 cents.

Australia’s populace
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A distinctive feature of Australia is its size that can be compared to the United States and its population that is pegged at 23 million is the lowest worldwide. Australia’s populace is comprised mainly of immigrants. Additionally, several tourists and students are also found in the country.

Its richness of heritage is owed to its rich historical background and urban way of life. It has also gained recognition as a center of arts and sports. Some sports that have become part of Australia’s cultural heritage are horse races, netball, rugby, soccer, tennis, and cricket.

You can also indulge in a variety of activities during your Australian tour like snorkeling, mountaineering, gambling, playing golf, scuba diving, skiing and rock climbing, and sky diving.

Chiko roll
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The streets of Australia are lined with food joints, restaurants, barbecue centers, clubs, pubs, clubs, and cafes – they are an integral part of its entertainment center. You are also served all types of cuisines at the bistros. Some exotic dishes that can be tasted at the eateries include damper, Chiko roll, vegemite, and lamington.

During the winter months, the Southern part of Australian territory experiences snow. Also, the coastal lands are rainy all through the cold season. However, the central terrain remains dry.

On your sight-seeing expeditions, a visit to the Blue Mountains Range at New South Wales, the Great Barrier Reef in Queensland, Kakadu National Park, Fraser Island, Nitmulik National Park, Royal Botanic Gardens, Palm Cove and Jenolan caves must not be missed.

Your shopping sojourns would be incomplete without Arnott’s Shapes crackers, coffee beans from Melbourne, fish oil supplements that are rich in the omega-3 fats, fresh honey varieties, tim tam biscuits, tea tree oil,  sheepskin boots, and wines.

If you are a sports lover, you may want to attend the Formula 1 Australian Grand Prix that is held in March each year, tennis matches of the Grand Slam Australian Open during the month of January, and Rugby League through the winter months.

As we conclude, we hope that the above-listed details have given you enough reasons for planning a trip to Australia during your next break.

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