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Australia is the sixth largest country in the world, but has the lowest population density in the world, with only two people per square kilometre. This vast country boasts 2,000 national parks and 14 World Heritage-listed areas, along with more than 7,000 beaches. A land of diversity, with wide open spaces and built up, cosmopolitan cities, Australia’s inhabitants are laid back, fun-loving and passionate about sports.

Sydney is the largest and most populous city in Australia and the state capital of New South Wales. The city is built on hills surrounding Port Jackson which is universally known as Sydney Harbour, where you can enjoy spectacular views of the famous Opera House and Harbour Bridge from the top deck. Pay a visit to the Maritime Museum, the Chinese Gardens, Campbells Cove, Hyde Park or the Botanical Gardens.

Hop on board and see all that Perth and Kings Park has to offer. Take a tree top walk, a river trip or find the Woman’s Pioneer Memorial Fountain with plays tribute to the pioneer women of Western Australia. Visit Perth Cultural Centre and learn of the city’s rich history or hop off at Perth Mint which specialises in precious metals. View the famous Swan Bells from Kings Park at night for an impressive colour-changing spectacle.

The Blue Mountains Explorer bus tour offers great photographic vantage points, easy to manage bush walks, and the chance to see The Three Sisters, ride the cable cars at Scenic World or simply take in the art galleries or coffee shops. Hop off at the famous Katoomba Cascades or the Leura Cascades and marvel at the beauty of the Blue Mountain Falls.

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