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Australia >>Adelaide
Adelaide is a green and pleasant place, sporting plenty of parks, a delightful river, and a city center laid-out in a grid with airy squares. The official town center is Victoria Square, while the happening eat streets are Hindley Street, Gouger Street, and Rundle Street (the latter running into the shopping strip of Rundle Mall). North Terrace, which is lined with galleries and museums and leads to the Botanic Gardens, borders the city to the north. Meanwhile, just north of the city heart, on the banks of the River Torrens, is the Riverside Precinct, the home of the Festival Center and its performing arts.
Australia >> Brisbane
Queensland's vibrant capital city, Brisbane, is a laid-back city, no doubt something to do with its subtropical climate. Great year-round weather means residents are happy (Brisbane regularly comes top of surveys for quality of life) and the city has a wealth of green spaces, al fresco dining venues, and even outdoor cinemas.
Australia >>Cairns
Cairns is one of Australia's most popular tourist destinations would be highly surprising if you were to examine the city alone without considering its wider context. Cairns has no famous city landmarks, and does not even have a beach thanks to the first white settlers who cleared away the apparently useless mangrove swamp on the coastline, exposing the sand to the ravages of erosion. However, Cairns is located within striking distance of two World Heritage listed sites (the Great Barrier Reef and the Daintree Rainforest), and also has excellent transport links that make it an easily accessible base from which to explore these sites.
Australia >>Darwin
Darwin is the 'gateway' to the world-famous Kakadu National Park, the gorgeous Litchfield National Park, dramatic Katherine Gorge, and the red crags of the Kimberley region.Darwin is dominated by two distinct seasons. The wet season, known locally as 'The Wet', runs roughly from early November to the end of March, and the dry season, or 'The Dry', which generally lasts from April to October.
Australia >> Melbourne
The city is situated on either side of the Yarra River and the area was home to Aborigines for thousands of years. The waterway attracted British settlers, who founded the Port Phillip Settlement of the Colony of New South Wales in 1835. In 1851, a separate colony was carved out of New South Wales and named Victoria, after Queen Victoria, and Melbourne was named after the British Prime Minister, Lord Melbourne. That same year gold was discovered near Ballarat and Bendigo, to the west of Melbourne, and the ensuing gold rush turned the city into a powerful financial center, as well as the first political capital, until Canberra was established in 1927.
Australia >> Perth
Perth sits elegantly on the banks of the Swan River, like a monarch surveying her realm. As the capital of the state of Western Australia, Perth's domain is huge - the Perth metropolitan area accounts for nearly 90% of the state population. The most isolated capital city on Earth, Perth lies upon a similar latitude to Sydney but over 3,400km (2,110 miles) to the west - as far away as London is from Beirut. Boasting an impressive skyline, inner-city Perth seems to have been designed with people in mind. Its attractive malls and elevated walkways make it pleasant to navigate on foot. Having grown up in isolation from Melbourne and Sydney, the city has neither the pretensions nor the hustle and bustle of these eastern Australian cities.
Australia >>Sydney
The State capital of New South Wales, Sydney is a thriving center for both business and the arts. The city has all the cosmopolitan amenities - top shopping, excellent restaurants and buzzing nightlife. Carved between the mountains and the sea, it also offers the ultimate in the great outdoors. The Pacific Ocean swells onto golden beaches, while a seasonally shifting palette of colors unfolds further inland over the Blue Mountains. In addition to the harbor, famously adorned with sailing boats that mirror the distinctive curves of the Opera House, there are numerous inland waterways and national parks.
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