Most travel and tourism activites in New South Wales are centered
in Sydney, which is also the capital of New South Wales.
At the regard of Northern Territory, people will most probably illustrate
their imagination with a rugged and bright red desert and at the
center of it sits the Uluru, Australia's famous icon, which is a
giant stone monolith.
The 'Sunshine State of Australia', Queensland can be described in
just one word - adventure. Sunny and bright throughout the year,
it encourages outdoor adventures, such as beach sports, scuba diving,
and exploration of National Parks, as well as fun and excitement
such as its famous theme parks for family entertainment and excitement.
South Australia, a state with multinational culture, is celebrated
for its food, wine, and festivals. Blessed with a Mediterranean
coastal climate, great beaches and awesome stretch of Outback.
The earliest human dwelling dates back to 30,000 years when Aborigines
first discovered the area. At that time, Tasmania was still linked
to continental Australia, but waters rose to form today's Bass Strait
at the end of Ice Age, 12,000 years ago.
Victoria is the smallest state in Australia with a rich history
that ties in closely with the 19th Century gold rush era. Victoria's
outstanding natural attractions will surprise even veteran travelers.
Each sight and place will bring new experiences and provoke different
emotions in us.