Southern part of Australia is outdoor lover’s paradise. This diverse region offers impressive beaches, cosmopolitan cities, pristine rainforest and famous endemic wildlife.
This state in the southern central part of Australia offers world-class wine, unbeatable gourmet produce and unique native wildlife. In this vast land of dry grassy plains and rugged hills you can find emus, kangaroos and wedge-tailed eagles. Visit Cleland Wildlife Park or Breakaways Conservation Park. Explore Coober Pedy - an opal-mining town where people live underground. You can tour the subterranean Catacomb Church.
In Adelaide you should visit the Central Market, Botanic Garden and Zoo. Picnic in secluded coves or enjoy the stunning beaches and world-class surf. Cruise to the Kangaroo Island to explore the Flinders Chase National Park, the Seal Bay Conservation Park and Raptor Domain. The third largest island in Australia boasts pristine beaches, rugged coastal scenery, fascinating rock formations and caves.
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How to get there:
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Where to stay:
In Melbourne we encourage you at the very well rated 4* Quality Hotel Batman’s Hill on Collins. This property is located in Melbourne CBD, opposite Southern Cross train station. It offers 2 stylish restaurants and 2 bars, plus 24-hour room service. All air-conditioned rooms at Quality Hotel Batman’s Hill on Collins feature a minibar, refrigerator and tea/coffee making facilities. Some rooms include a bathtub in the bathroom. Rooms with kitchen facilities are also available.
In Newcastle we suggest you stay at 4* The Burwood Inn with excellent reviews. This property is 11-minute walk from the beach. The Burwood Inn is located a 5-minute drive from Newcastle’s central business district and the harbour. This family-run property offers comfortable accommodation upstairs and full pub facilities downstairs. Renovated in 2010, modern rooms are fully air conditioned and they offer a work desk a flat-screen TV and free Wi-Fi. Toilet and bathroom facilities are shared. A free continental breakfast is provided for each guest.
What to do:
Explore inspiring seaside villages. Take in iconic rainforest and misty waterfalls. Do some surfing in the hundreds of beaches that make this destination a must-go for surfers.
Get outdoors on bushwalking and mountain biking expeditions or take the cultural route through galleries, museums and heritage attractions.
In the Australian Capital Territory you should explore the Australian War Memorial in Canberra.
In South Australia you can take a trip to Barossa Valley, about an hour drive from Adelaide. It’s one of Australia’s oldest grape-growing regions and a haven for foodies.
In Tassie you should explore the lakes and caves or climb the Cradle Mountain. Those in search of thrills should see the Tasmanian Devil or discover the Royal Hotel – the ghost town of Linda, closed in the 1950s.
In New South Wales you should explore the Newnes Glow Worm Tunnel, home to thousands of glowing insects. Go to Koala Hospital in Port Macquarie where koalas are treated before they return to their home territory. You can even adopt one!
In Victoria you can watch a match in the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG). Get up close to native wildlife at Kennett River, one of the best places to spot koalas in the wild.
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