It is not hard to marvel
at a country that holds five hundred and fifty national parks and fifteen world
heritage listed wonders. Australia is the largest island country and flattest
continent. Here you can find the rarest of fauna and also strange creatures,
colorful birds and vibrant fish. You will also see snow capped mountains, salt
encrusted lakes, rolling countryside and turquoise sea.
lets you cuddle Koalas, get up close and personal with kangaroos and dolphins,
discover Great Barrier Reef with its mindboggling underwater life, enjoy a self
drive along Gold Coast or just let your hair down in party mode in cities of
Sydney, Melbourne or Cairns. In Australia you can experience spectacular beauty
on land, air and sea.
Australia is a country in
Southern hemisphere. It consists of the mainland of Australian continent,
island of Tasmania and numerous smaller islands in Indian and Pacific Oceans.
It is the only country in the world which has an entire continent to its own.
Because of the vastness of
the continent, Australia
weather is diverse – from arid deserts to tropical weather in far north
and a temperate climate in south west. Even though parts of Australia have
snowfall in winter, much of it is warm and sunny throughout the year. This
makes it an ideal year–round holiday destination. Climates in various parts of
country are clearly defined like
temperate climate in South east, subtropical climate in northeast and
southwest, tropical climate in Northern Australia and desert in Central Australia.
The rainfall is very less in Australia. Only Antarctica gets lesser rainfall.
Snowfall is experienced in mountains of Victoria, Australian Capital Territory,
New South Wales and Tasmania. The Australia seasons are spring through the
months of September to November, Summer from December to February, Autumn from
March to May and Winter from June to August. The nicest weathers to travel are
spring or autumn.
travel guide will lead you through various destinations
that you may visit.
Ningaloo is one of the
largest fringing reefs of the world which stretches two hundred and sixty
kilometers off mid north coast of Western Australia. The closest point is
hundred meters away and you can savor attractions just by stepping off the
beach. Ningaloo Marine Park homes two hundred species of hard coral, fifty soft
coral and over five hundred species of fish. It is a tropical colored
party. There are opportunities for snorkeling
and diving. You can also have various adventure sports in the beach of Exmouth.
Kimberley is world of vast
horizons, ancient gorges, weird rock formations, welcoming rock pools and
golden beaches. In Kimberley you can ride a camel at sunset at the cable beach
of Broome, fly over the towers of Bungle Bungle ranges, cruise in huge Lake
Argyle and see tides taller than a building in Bucaneer Archipelago, have a
four wheel drive in the Gibb river road past gorges and mighty rivers or follow
the red dirt track from Broome to remote Dampier Peninsula.
The spectacular Great
Ocean Road stretches alongside wild southern ocean from Geelong to Portland. It
is a diverse and dramatic region which includes surf beaches, historic ports,
whale lookouts, breathtaking mountain ranges, rainforests and national parks. It
is a fantastic ride through nature. The craggy limestone stacks rising
majestically from Southern Ocean known as Twelve Apostles is a major
Find more information at http://www.australiatourism.org.in/
Australia – A Country You Will Marvel At