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Autralia >>AMP Tower Centerpoint
Standing at 305m (1001ft) high, Sydney Tower is the tallest building in Sydney. Located in the Central Business District in the heart of the city, visitors can experience amazing views across Sydney Harbour from the Observation Deck. The tower, which was completed in 1981, also has a revolving restaurant which slowly rotates through 360° views. Visitors can also experience the OzTrek attraction, a simulated journey showcasing Austalia's culture, history and geography. The Sydney Tower itself forms part of the Westfield Centerpoint complex which is home to around 140 shops, as well as the Centerpoint Convention and Exhibition Center.
Autralia>> Fraser Island
Stretching over 120km (75 miles) from tip-to-tip and covering an area of 165,280 hectares (408,423 acres), Fraser Island is the largest sand island in the world. Located off Australia's East Coast in the state of Queensland, Fraser Island was listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1992. Characterised by its stunning freshwater lakes, colored sand cliffs, lush rainforests growing in the sand, secluded creeks and long, white sandy beaches, the idyllic island attracts thousands of visitors each year who come on 4x4-led camping trips or to stay in lodges including the new award-winning eco lodge, Kingfisher Bay, built on the island's west coast.
Autralia>>Great Barrier Reef
The Great Barrier Reef is the most famous marine-protected area in the world and the largest UNESCO World Heritage area. Covering a geographical area of 35 million hectares (86 million acres) and stretching approximately 2300km (1429 miles) along the coast of northeastern Australia from Bundaberg to Cape York, the Reef is bigger in size than the states of Victoria and Tasmania combined. The Great Barrier Reef is the largest coral reef system in the world and home to approximately 400 different types of coral. It is also an area of outstanding natural beauty and home to around 1500 different species of fish, 4000 types of mollusc and many endangered species. There are also more than 30 historic shipwrecks in the area and a number of archaeological sites which are of Aboriginal origin. In 2005, more coral reefs were discovered in the Gulf of Carpentaria off Australia's north coast.
Autralia>>Kakadu National Park
Located in Australia's tropical Northern Territory and stretching from Arnhem Land in the east to Katherine Gorge in the south, Kakadu National Park is one of the few UNESCO World Heritage Sites to be listed for both natural and cultural reasons. Many believe the park has been continuously inhabited for up to 40,000 years, and rock paintings and other archaeological sites testify to the Aboriginal history of the region. Kakadu is also home to many different species of plant and animals. Covering an area of two million hectares (4.9 million acres), the park is still home to around 300 Aboriginals today and encompasses river floodplains, savannah woodlands, rich tidal wetlands and sandstone escarpments.
Autralia>> National Gallery
The National Gallery of Australia houses many of Australia's finest art collections, and boasts a selection of indigenous works. The gallery, which opened in 1982, has a permanent art collection which boasts more than 100,000 works and is also home to regular international art and photography exhibitions. There is also a beautiful landscaped garden located in the grounds between the gallery and the banks of Lake Burley Griffin, where many sculptures are on permanent display.
Autralia>> Port Arthur
Port Arthur is a former penal colony which originally opened as a timber station in 1830. It became a prison settlement for male convicts in 1833 and quickly gained a reputation for being 'hell-on-earth'. Convicts ranged from boys as young as nine through to hardened criminals. The prison closed in 1877 and was renamed Carnarvon in an attempt to lose its former associations; however, in 1927 it was reinstated as Port Arthur. Today, the prison is open to the public and visitors can take part in guided tours and harbor cruises. There is also an interpretation gallery where visitors can find out about some of the convicts that were sentenced there.
Autralia>>Sydney Harbour Bridge and The Rocks
Sydney Harbour Bridge is one of the most recognizable man-made structures in the world, and is undoubtedly one of Sydney's most famous icons. The bridge, affectionately known as 'the Coathanger', took 1400 workers (16 of whom were killed in the process) eight years to complete and was officially opened in1932. Thrill-seekers can do the BRIDGECLIMB - a guided walk to the top of the 50-story-high bridge, over the cars and trains rumbling across the deck below. The area at the foot of the bridge is known as The Rocks and is recognized as Sydney's historical birthplace. The area was the site of the first landing from Plymouth, England in 1788; today The Rocks is a busy area consisting of cafes, restaurants, galleries, museums and countless souvenir shops. Among the district's most significant historic buildings are the Hero of Waterloo Inn, the Sydney Observatory, Cadman's Cottage, the Museum of Contemporary Art, Merchants' House, Garrison Church and Susannah Place.
Autralia>> Sydney Opera House
Opened in 1973, the Sydney Opera House is the most recognizable symbol of both the city of Sydney and the country of Australia, and is also considered one of the 20th century's great buildings. Revolutionary in concept, the building's Danish architect, Jorn Utzon, designed the building to resemble a ship at sea with its roof appearing as a billowing white sail. It is one of the busiest performing arts centers in the world, housing a large complex of theaters and halls that play host to a wide range of performing arts. Located on Bennelong Point, the Opera House, which offers spectacular views of Sydney Harbour, is visited by more than 4.5 million tourists every year. Various tours - including the Front of House and Backstage areas - can be taken.
Autralia>>Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park
Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park is home to one of Australia's most popular tourist attractions and best-known national symbols: Uluru, which means 'great pebble' in the Aboriginal language. Formerly known as Ayers Rock, Uluru is a 3.6km-long (2.2 mile-), 348m-high (1142ft-) smooth chunk of sandstone that rises abruptly out of the sandy scrubland. It is the world's largest rock monolith and the most famous natural landmark in Australia. The rock also holds deep significance for the local Aboriginal people who believe it was formed during the creation period. The nearby Kata Tjuta, meaning 'many heads' and formerly known as The Olgas, is a series of 36 massive rock domes and a system of gorges and valleys. Visitors can walk through the Valley of the Winds and the Olga Gorge, and also visit the Uluru-Kata Tjuta Cultural Center, which has exhibitions on local history and geology.
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