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Best places to visit in Australia

Australia, a dream country/continent, 14 times bigger than France. Hello distances! It's best therefore to choose your itinerary well before heading there. Where to begin? Don't panic: our well-informed travellers are here to help you. Thanks to their advice, you can prepare your trip to Australia according to your wishes by clicking on the places to discover. It all depends on which Australia tempts you...

The one with the cities? If so, Melbourne, a cultural and sporting city near the Great Ocean Road, will seduce you, just like the chic Sydney, with its opera and its prized beaches. Canberra, the green capital with modern architecture, is worth the detour, not forgetting Perth, a prosperous and relaxed city, isolated in the West.

The Australia of open spaces? Red earth, bush and unusual geological formations? Aim for the central region, with the symbolic and must-see site of Uluru. Kings Canyon, Devils Marbles, Wave Rock, Bungle Bungle or Flinder Ranges will, no doubt, also figure on your list.

The Australia full of adventure and unique encounters? Head to the north, to the heart of the Aboriginal tribes; rock paintings and crocodiles are waiting for you at Kakadu National Park. Cross the Kimberley savannah in a 4x4, stand awestruck in front of the horizontal waterfalls, not forgetting the sunset astride a camel on Cable Beach in Broome. 

The Australia of surfing and nautical activities in idyllic locations? Go kayaking on the Whitsunday Islands, dive in the Great Barrier Reef or Ningaloo Reef, its lesser-known equivalent to the west, with sharks and whales. Greet the dolphins at Monkey Mia. Are you a surfer? East, West, South coasts: the spots are bustling, whether it's the waves of Byron Bay, Margaret River or Bell's Beach...

The Australia off the beaten track? Choose Esperance, the pink lake and the beaches of Cape Le Grand. And Tasmania? This forgotten little part of New Zealand will bowl you over with its exceptional fauna and flora.

Now it's up to you to create your unique trip!

Lisa Gaillard
The Noosa region, in Queensland, comprises three areas: Noosa junction, Tewantin and Noosa Heads. Noosa Heads, on the inlet, is the most touristic.
Port Stephens is not, strictly speaking, a city, but rather an huge bay of 104 km2 that includes several localities, such as Hawks Nest, Mallabula and Nelson Bay. Nelson Bay is known as the dolphin capital of Australia.
Rainbow Beach is a tiny community which takes its name from the colour of the sand. Rainbow Beach is a quiet, well-preserved place that will delight adventurers with vehicles.
Situated on the magnificent Fleurieu Peninsula, Victor Harbor is THE holiday destination for people who live in Adelaide, (84 km north). It's the perfect holiday spot for water sports lovers.
Walhalla is a tiny village with old wooden houses dating from the Gold Rush. Being here takes you back into the previous century.
Cape Jervis is a peaceful village with 300 inhabitants, situated on the Fleurieu Peninsula in South Australia. It is the departure point of the ferry for Kangaroo Island and the Heysen Trail.
Edith Falls is collection of natural pools , which are picturesque, situated in the Nitmiluk National Park at around 60km north of Katherine.
This island, part of the state of South Australia, is Australia's third largest after Tasmania and Melville Island. It covers an area of 4,405 km².
The Mornington Peninsula is located south-east of Melbourne, in Victoria. Its beaches are very popular during summer.
A small town along Australia's east coast
Located 7 km away from the city centre, Bondi Beach is a popular and g lamorous spot in a wealthy neighbourhood of Sydney. Bondi is the place to be seen amongst the bronzed surfers and pretty girls.
A nice, pleasant city but nothing of great interest.
Coffs Harbour, "the Banana City", is a family-friendly seaside city of 60,000 inhabitants. Thanks to its famous theme park, the local economy relies more on tourism than on extensive banana farming.
A little piece of paradise in Queensland, Airlie Beach is the ideal place from which to visit the Whitsundays (an archipelago of 74 islands). This resort is the point of convergence of the travellers who come to see the Great Barrier Reef.
30 km to the south of Stuart Highway, which crosses Australia from end to end, Alice Springs seems to be completely alone in the vast Red Centre.
Its a medium-sized town of 11,500 people situated in the Kimberley region. Broome is one of the only civilised destinations in this deserted region.
A rural town of less than 1000 inhabitants, located in the "wheat belt" of Western Australia, Corrigin lives on sheep breeding and grain farming.
Capital of the Northern Territory, Darwin is a city of just over 100,000 inhabitants, on the coast of the Timor Sea. This tropical region, named the Top End, is populated by aboriginal tribes, and Darwin is the gateway to the famous national parks.
Once again, Eighty Mile Beach is aptly named, and should even be called "220 kilometre beach". This completely flat beach is in the north-west of Australia.
The town that's the departure point for Fraser Island.
Situated 300 kilometre east of Melbourne, Lakes Entrance is the largest network of navigable routes in Australia, offering truly unique views.
Lorne is a popular seaside resort, situated on the picturesque Great Ocean Road, between Aireys Inlet and Wye River.
Mackay is a town situated on the eastern coast of Queensland in Australia. Level with the Whitsundays, it's located around 900 kilometres north of Brisbane.
Marree is a town located in South Australia, a point of intersection between two routes, the Oodnadatta Track and the Birdsville Track.
Monkey Mia is a resort in the wilderness area of Shark Bay, which is on the UNESCO world heritage list. This place is known for the bottlenose dolphins who come to visit the shore at fixed times to be fed by the rangers.
Situated in the east of the State of Victoria in the Gippsland mountain range, Mount Elizabeth, which rises to 941 metres, offers a beautiful view of the surrounding national park.
Mount Gambier is located almost midway between Adelaide and Melbourne. It is an ideal stopover for travellers coming from or going to Kangaroo Island, The Great Ocean Road or the Grampians. 
Nelson Bay offers heavenly surroundings with a small bay and a marina. It is a popular Australian tourist destination
Turquoise seas, idyllic beaches that stretch as far as the eye can see...what more do you need?
One of the biggest permanent rivers in the Northern Territories, the River Victoria offers beautiful landscapes of wild nature.
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