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- World Heritage Great Barrier Reef
- White beaches and sea lions in the south
- Red Mountain and Shrine Uluru
- Aboriginal Art at the Yiribana Gallery
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When it comes to choosing holiday accommodation in Australia, you're really spoilt for choice. There are countless vacation rentals in the coastal region of the continent, but also in the interior, near lakes, wide stretches of land, the sea and beautiful mountains. In Australia's major cities, such as Sydney, Perth, Brisbane and Melbourne, you'll also find countless vacation rentals and apartments that are comfortably furnished and close to the most impressive sights.
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Australia is the fifth continent and a state located northwest of New Zealand. In addition to the mainland, the national territory includes the island of Tasmania, the Cocos Islands, Christmas Island and the Pacific Norfork Island. The capital of Australia is Canberra. However, the ultra-modern metropolis Sydney is the largest city of the country.
The allegedly first real movie in the world was shot in Australia in 1901 by the Salvation Army and published under the title "Soldiers of the cross".
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The Great Barrier Reef, which has been on the UNESCO World Heritage List since 1981, is located in the north of Queensland and stretches 2,500 kilometres to Rockhampton. If you are already on the coast, you should definitely spend a few days on the beach. The beaches in Australia are all simply breathtakingly beautiful. But the most beautiful ones are found in the south, where not only snow-white dunes and beautiful wine-growing areas with mountain villages dominate the landscape, but also sea lions and penguins live.2. Go to the sanctuary of the Aborigines
The Northern Territory comprises a varied landscape from the Litchfield and Kakadu National Parks and extends into the red centre of the central Australian desert. Here is the famous Uluru, also called Ayers Rock, a striking mountain, which is the holy centre for the natives of Australia.3. Get to know culture and history in the museums
The Australian Museum at Hyde Park in Sydney was opened in 1827 and today houses an extensive collection on the culture and history of the indigenous population. This exhibition house is the oldest museum in the country and also houses a rich natural history collection. You can admire the largest collection of indigenous art in the Yiribana Gallery.
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