Posted by: condominiumtravelclub | April 18, 2011

Have you discovered Australia?

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Australia boasts many cities rich with culture. Melbourne, the second most populated city on the continent, was named one of the most livable cities in the world; it is home to various festivals like the Melbourne International Arts, Film, and Comedy Festivals, and even the Melbourne Fringe Festival – an independent arts festival hosted yearly.

On the east coast, Sydney awes visitors with its beautiful Sydney Harbour and famous, shell-style Sydney Opera House, both of which have been featured in various movies and children’s flicks – like the 2003 Disney-Pixar animated movie, Finding Nemo.

  • The Great Barrier Reef, a must-see on any visit to Australia, is one of the most mind blowing reefs in the world, spanning over 1,600 miles – a diver’s paradise.
  • For those who prefer land-based excursions, the notorious Australian Outback is a great alternative to water activities. Red hills dot the horizon as far as the eyes can see, inviting visitors to explore the burning sunsets and lush waterholes that spot the landscape.
  • Australia is a very affordable destination with activities for every age range.
  • Given the diverse climate, Australia is a perfect vacation country year-round. In the wintertime, you can snowboard or go whale watching; in the spring and summer, you can carve up some waves with the locals – one of the national past-times.
  • Combining the best of both worlds, a visit to Cape Tribulation shows visitors a one-of-a-kind site – the location of the world’s oldest rainforest, the Daintree, and the oldest reef in the world, the Great Barrier Reef.
  • The eastern coast city of Perth is another unique destination as it contains the world’s largest inner city park. Sprawling over 1.57 square miles, the dense region provides remarkable views of the Swan and Canning Rivers.
  • Interested in golfing? Australia plays host to the world’s largest golf course – it takes four days to complete! Nestled on the southern coast of the continent, the course stretches over 800 miles from Ceduna to Kalgoorlie in the west and provides plenty of places to rest in between holes.

What are you waiting for? Contact Pulaski Tickets Tours Inc and plan the Austrlia experience of a lifetime.

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