Travelling to Australia

Travel Queensland

“One day great, the next wonderful” is the saying that goes with Queensland already for many years, and not in vain. Queensland is situated in the eastern part of Australia, along a long coast called the “Great Barrier Reef.” Queensland is known for its excellent weather and is therefore also called “The Sunshine State.” Most […]

Travel West Australia

This region covers the western third of the continent. This is a huge area: more than 2.5 million, with a 12,500 km long coastline. Many places within this immense expanse have never seen human presence. The state capital, Perth, holds the title of “most isolated city on earth.” It takes five hours to fly […]

Travel Tasmania

The island of Tasmania lies south of Melbourne and is considered to be of extraordinary, untouched beauty. It is not terribly big, altogether 300 km from one side to the other. But its landscape is extremely varied, with a rich, fertile coast line, green hills, impressive mountains, and virgin forest being listed among the United […]

Travel Northern Territory

The Northern Territory is a wild and empty part of the country. Many consider it the “real Australia” – tough, mysterious and exciting. Although it makes up almost 20% of Australia’s landmass, its population amounts to only 198,000 residents – 1% of the entire population of the continent. It spreads over 1.35 million km2 (the […]

Travel South Australia

South Australia spreads over 984,377 of dry and sparsely populated land with Adelaide as its capital. South Australia borders on Victoria and South Wales in the East, West Australia in the West and the Northern Territory in the North. The state’s surface is made up of patches of breath-taking landscape: kilometers upon kilometers of […]

Travel Victoria

Settlement in Victoria first began in 1803, because of fears that the French would send ships to the southern part of the continent. The settlement, which was established by a group of soldiers and convicts, was quickly abandoned, and in 1835, Melbourne was established by settlers from Tasmania. Victoria flourished in the middle of the […]

New South Wales

The North Coast New South Wale’s northern coast from Sydney to Byron Bay is dotted with swimming beaches and bush fields. Between Sidney and Newcastle, 170 km north of Sidney (300,000 residents), there is a hiking path that will take two weeks for those who want to traverse its full length. Port McWery is a […]

Travel Australia

New South Wales is the most populous state on the continent. Its capital, Sydney, draws the most visitors. The city is Australia’s financial center and has a cosmopolitan atmosphere. It is also home to many Australian symbols, such as the Opera House and Harbour Bridge. You can read about Sydney and its attractions in the […]