Visit Australia

Australia is a large country (in fact, the 6th biggest nation in the world) divided into 6 states. There are many different cultures and religions represented within the Australian society. Although some festivities unite the whole territory, it’s important to remember that public holidays are announced on a state basis. Some days are celebrated nationally, […]

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Melbourne is the capital of Victoria, a state in the southeast of mainland Australia. Home to a number of Australia’s best-known landmarks, such as The National Gallery of Victoria and the Royal Exhibition Building (listed by World Heritage), Melbourne is a popular destination for tourists from around the globe and one of the most visited […]

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The biggest national celebration in Australia, Australia Day falls right in the heart of the southern summer. Across the country, children stay out of school and everyone enjoys a free day with their friends and family. Many take part in the many public celebrations and typically, everyone spends time outdoors, the Australian way — think […]

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New Year’s Eve Australian celebrations are famous in the whole world. Not only Australia is one of the countries where the new year arrives first, but being in the Southern hemisphere, Australians also enjoy Christmas and NYE holidays at the peak of their summertime. Tourists from all continents flock to the land Down Under during […]

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