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    NB190 is offline Junior Member
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    Getting the formalities completed is a hassle when traveling to Australia but domestic travel thereon is easy, Australia has got a great potential as a tourist destination.

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    I have been to Kings Canyon, it is absolutly beautiful. The climb is best to do first thing in the morning, if you start climbing you will get up heart attach hill the sun will just be rising and the rest of the walk will not be too hot..! it gets really hot during the day especially during the summer months. The walk takes about 3 1/2 hours. Once you get up heart attach hill and to the top it is all fairly flat and is much easier. The garden of eden is great for swimming, which is about half way through the walk. If you can't climb or up for the rim walk, then there is a short creek walk that you can do which takes about an hour but I havent done the creek walk.

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    Australia is indeed considered as one of the most well-known tourist destinations in the world, with having everything a traveler wants to do and see during a holiday. Spending a vacation down under with your loved ones is truly worthwhile and meaningful because of its beautiful and scenic spots that can be seen here, so you'll never go wrong choosing this country as your perfect holiday destination. In fact, most tourists consider Australia as a "Land Paradise Down Under" because you could feel like you're in a heaven's paradise while traveling around this country. With its crystal clear beaches, amazing sunshine coast, wildlife natural parks, tall and adventurous mountains, you can really have more time for yourself to unwind and relax.
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    One of the best ways to travel australia accdg to camper is by a campervan, this lets you explore australia in any direction you want. But most luxury campervans are just too big to drive and you should be a really good driver to get those going. or you can settle for medium sized campervans and travel at your total independence. you can also travel by train if you do not have the luxury of time for campervanning. Australia has luxury trains too for you to explore the vastness.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tourist_Boy View Post
    The only reason that I don't love Australia so much,is because there are too many dangerous animals,like snakes,aligators and so so...but Australia have many tourist destination
    U r right.. but not 100%. May be here too many dangerous animals, but also there r too many harmless animals. Australia Zoo is a place... having so many beautiful animals.
    Australia Zoo - it's got over 100- native and exotic species and one Crocoseum! The whole place is devoted to the education of visitors and conservation of all the species it cares for. You can get up close and personal with some of the animals there, such as the koalas and you can even roam freely with the kangaroos in their paddock.

    I think after having a great moment with these animals, U can imagine How beautiful is Aus...
    Any remark..plz proceed...
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    Australia has more to offer then most other countries I have ever travelled through. I travelled to the Northern Territory 9 years ago and I have been here ever since.

    There are so many questions in this thread, but I will try to answer a little on the Northern Territory ir Kings Canyon in Watarraka National Park.
    It is one of the most beautiful please around the Red Centre. It goes along with Kata Tjuta and or course Uluru.

    Kings Canyon has two awesome walks, one is the rim walk which takes you up the very steep sides of the canyon to walk around the rim giving you some breath taking views of the surrounding national park.
    It has the Garden of Eden, where you slowly progress back down into the canyon where you will find a water whole that is full of flora and fauna and where people will often stop for a swim before carrying on there walk.

    If you ever get the chance to vist you should!
    For more information on the Northern Territory here is a helpful little web site.
    Northern Territory - Darwin, Alice Springs, Uluru, Kakadu & so much more

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    I think Sydney, Australia is one of the most visited places by travelers, because, they have many tourist spots that travelers really enjoy. I myself enjoy a lot from the country, specially the beaches... really love to be under the sun when there is a surf competition or something

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    I agree with all, Australia is a natural wonderland with lots of beautiful and attractive places. If you’re planning towards Australia so try to visiting Brisbane which is the top tourist attractions.
    It has many different types of scenery, including skyscrapers, parkland and even an artificial beach.

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    Tourism Australia to provide Fraser Island, Sydney Harbour Bridge, the Great Barrier Reef, Kakadu National Park, the Sydney Opera House, Port Arthur, National Gallery, Australia and so on.

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    Sydney Australia is the largest city in the country. It hosts four million citizens. It is the state capital of New South Wales. Sydney is advised a tourism mecca in Australia. There are so abounding things to do. One can bask in the sun at Bondi Beach, see a performance at the Sydney Opera House, visit historical sites and museums.

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