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Tasmania is the ultimate destination for nature lovers. With dramatic scenery, world-class beaches, unique peaks to climb and endless treks, Tasmania is ideal for a holiday with the family or one full of adventures. The Australian island state has much to offer and planning a holiday in Tasmania can actually be a lot of work. […]

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Brisbane is the capital of Queensland, a state in northeastern Australia. The vibrant city has flourished in recent years with the founding of new galleries, restaurants, and festivals. With so much to see and do, Brisbane is one of the most visited cities in Australia. When planning a trip to Brisbane, overseas visitors should first […]

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Although one of the most popular destinations in the world, the high quality of life and remoteness of Australia may make it seem like an expensive trip. This page is intended to help foreign visitors figure out the budget needed for a holiday in Australia and will answer questions such as: It should also be […]

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The State capital of Western Australia, Perth, is one of the most livable cities in the country. Foreigners who want to make the best of their Australian visa come here for the pristine beaches, world-class surf, and the unique natural landscape. In this thorough guide, overseas visitors can find useful information for a trip to […]

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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 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, others […]

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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 middle of 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 public celebrations and, typically, time is spent outdoors the Australian way — think barbecues in the […]

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