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Famous Australian Icon Destinations

Around the world, Australia is a very well recognised "brand". And what has set us apart from other countries, is our unique culture and the awesome landmarks that say - "You know me, im Australian" .

From the worlds oldest living people, to our animals and magnificent natural and man-made marvels, Australia is a holiday destination like no other.

With Ayers Rock (Uluru) in the Northern Territory, to the Opera House in Sydney - Australia is blessed with many well identified destinations, that are a must see for Australians, and visitors the world over.

Come and enjoy our Australian icons - there is nothing else like them in the world...

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Famous australian destinations
Ayres Rock - NT Australia

Uluru/Ayres Rock - Northern Territory
Ayers Rock/ Uluru, the world's largest monolith and an Aboriginal sacred site is Australia's most famous natural landmark

The Daintree - North Queensland
The Daintree - Queensland
As national parks go, this far north region of Australia has one of the best, with the Daintree National Park and Cape Tribulation
Great Barrier Reef QLD
Great Barrier Reef - Queensland
The Great Barrier Reef, extending over 2000 kilometres on coast of Queensland, is the world’s largest coral reef ecosystem
Sydney Opera House NSW
Sydney Opera House - Sydney NSW 
One of the world's great performing arts centres is also Australia's number one tourist attraction.
Kakadu Northern Territory
Kakadu National Park - NT
Australia's largest national park, isn't just the size that astounds visitors - it is the sense of something very old and grand.
The Pinnacles - WA
The Pinnacles - Western Australia
Over 250 000 visitors enjoy the Pinnacles each year and is one of Australia's most popular destinations
Blue Mountains NP. NSW
3 Sisters - Blue Mountains NP. NSW  
the scenic lookout of Echo Point-the best vantage to view the magnificent “Three Sisters” in the Blue Mountains NP
Wave Rock - WA
Wave Rock - Western Australia
Wave Rock. Formed over 60 million years ago, Wave Rock stands 15 metres high and 100 metres long
Mungo National Park - NSW
Mungo National Park - NSW
Oldest recorded cremation in world was found ,an Aboriginal woman more than 40000 years old,known as Mungo woman
Flinders Ranges - SA

Flinders Ranges - South Australia
Containing three national parks the Flinders are arguably one of Australia's most under-rated natural attractions.

Twelve Apostles - Great Ocean Rd. Victoria

Great Ocean Rd - Twelve Apostles
One of Australia's most spectacular and well renowned road journey's is the famous - Great Ocean Road

Tasmanian Wilderness - Tasmania
Tasmanian Wilderness - Tasmania
One of the most rugged and spectacular areas in Australia, much of which is included in Tasmania's acclaimed World Heritage area

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