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Prime minister: Scott Morrison
Dialing code: +61
Mains electricity: 230 V–50 Hz
Population: 24.99 million
Australia, officially known as the Commonwealth of Australia, is a sovereign country comprising the mainland of the Australian continent, the island of Tasmania, and numerous smaller islands. It is the largest country in Oceania and the world’s sixth-largest country by total area.
Australia is generally a very safe and welcoming place to live and study, consistently ranking among the safest countries in the world. But it is still important to look after yourself and be aware of the risks that exist – and ways to minimize them.
Australia has no official language. English has been entrenched as the de facto national language since European settlement. Australian English is a major variety of the language with a distinctive pronunciation and lexicon, and differs slightly from other varieties of English in grammar and spelling.
Festivals in Australia don’t get better than this. With celebrations as huge as those in London or New York, the country is engulfed in fireworks, light shows, and parties along the beaches. We would highly recommend flying out there to welcome the new year and attending one of the most beautiful family-friendly festivals in Australia 2020.
Best time to go:
September to November & March to May are best time to visit Australia. Most of the tourists opt for these months to visit Australia. The weather during these seasons is neither too hot nor too cold that makes it perfect to have a walk around Australia.
If you are staying in private rooms, cheap hotels, drinking a lot, and eating out often, expect to spend closer to $100-120 AUD per day. If you’re taking a lot of group tours and flying, expect to spend around $150 per day. On the absolute minimum budget, I think a traveler could get by on $77 AUD per day.
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Best Things to do in Australia
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Best things to do in Australia.
Sydney Opera House Tour
At the appointed time we’ll meet at the Sydney Opera House entrance to begin the guided tour inside this iconic Australian building, founded in 1972.
We’ll spend an hour touring the elegant rooms while learning about its architecture – did you know it was built with pre-fabricated shell tiles? The enclosure covers an area of almost two hectares and the structure rests on 580 pillars.
You’ll see the concert halls, where everything from operas to ballet performances have been performed. The visit will even give us the opportunity to see the largest instrument in the world: an organ with more than 10,000 pipes.
We’ll also explain the importance of the Sydney Opera House in relation to the rest of the world’s theaters. It was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site and was on the verge of becoming one of the new seven wonders of the world.
Caversham Wildlife Park Ticket – Perth
Caversham Wildlife Park is home to some of Australia’s most incredible native wildlife. Located northeast of Perth, this park is the perfect day out for adults and children, and is a great opportunity to get a closer look at Australia’s amazing animals.
Koalas, dingoes, kangaroos, wombats, Tasmanian devils… Over 200 different animal species are waiting to meet you. The carers at the centre will give you the opportunity to get right up close to these animals so you can feed them, stroke them and take pictures with them.
This centre, run by a local family, has cared for all the animals and birds in the enclosure since 1988. Kids will have a great time at ‘Molly’s Farm‘, an interactive farm where they’ll be able to discover interesting facts about farm life.
3 Day Great Barrier Reef Tour – Gold Coast
We’ll meet in the Gold Coast at 5:45 am, and we’ll start our adventure. Are you ready?
After just two hours, we’ll make the first stop of the day: Australia Zoo. This is the biggest and best wildlife conservation facility in the entire world and was founded by the Irwin family. Here, children and adults alike can learn about the country’s exotic animals, including giant tortoise and adorable koalas and you can even say hello to some friendly kangaroos, plus you’ll learn about the family’s conservation activities. This zoo is the home of the Crocodile Hunter, and so of course, we’ll also see a crocodile show.
After this incredible visit, we’ll travel 186 miles (300 km) until we reach Kelly’s Beach Resort. Once you’ve left your cases and settled in, we’ll make our way to the beach where you can enjoy a guided snorkelling tour, searching for the area’s exotic inhabitants.
Next, we’ll visit the Mon Repos Turtle Centre. At this sea turtle conservation centre, you’ll learn all about the life cycle of these reptiles. If you visit between November and March, you’ll see how the turtles make their way to the shore to lay their eggs. Or, alternatively, if you visit in February, you’ll have the chance to see the turtles hatching and making their way to the sea.
1- Spinner’s Backpackers – Perth
With 25 years experience as Perth’s most chilled hostel, we’ve had some time to design the perfect zones for you. Those same chilled vibes are still here. But everything else is new. Like the new design led bedrooms with personalized charging stations aside every bed, bathrooms with built in hairdryers, wrap around garden courtyard commercial kitchen and air-conditioning in every room. Oh, and the really, really, really fast free internet.
2- Flinders Backpackers– Melbourne
Flinders Backpackers is located in the heart of Melbourne CBD, which makes it the perfect location for every traveller! Staying with us will have you living amongst Melbourne’s funky café and shopping district while only being a few minutes’ walk from Flinders St. Station, South Bank and Federation Square.
3- Wake Up! Sydney Central
Wake Up! Sydney voted ‘Best Hostel in Australia’ & ‘5 Best Extra-Large Hostel Worldwide’ at the 2020 Hostelworld HOSCAR Awards and it’s no wonder – this hostel is located just next to the Central Station, near Paddy’s Market and Chinatown and a short walk from Darling Harbour. Travellers tell us they appreciate the hostel’s ‘very engaging community’, with staff who ‘are super friendly and go out of their way to accommodate you’, hosting parties and events every day. We like their attention to little details, providing rare extras such as an on-site ATM as well as hooks and shelves in the showers.
4- Backpackers In Paradise Resort – Gold coast
The clue’s in the name of our hostel: Backpackers In Paradise. Here, you’ll find a 50ft swimming pool as well as a huge sundeck with a barbecue for cooking up a feast. When you’re not lazing the day away in a hammock or knocking around on the table tennis, grab a free bodyboard and hit the waves. But not before you’ve had your free breakfast in our sunny central courtyard. For a cup of proper barista-made coffee, head to our Paradise Café. Or slip into the Jacuzzi for some serious relaxation!
5- Bunk Brisbane
We pride ourselves on being Brisbane’s best option for backpackers in 2020! Our dorm rooms are only available to International Passport holders, meaning that you will be sharing a room with other like minded backpackers. Private rooms or full group dorm bookings are available for Australian residents.
6-Global Backpackers Cairns
Global Backpackers Cairns has everything on your doorstep, the lagoon, boardwalk, marina, restaurants, shops, and nightlife. In our bars there are always evening activities (all 5 minutes walk from the accommodation). With your room key you get many discounts in bars and clubs.
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Unforgettable places in Australia
Beautiful & Amazing places that you will never forget
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Books worth reading while in Australia
#1 The Thorn Birds (Colleen McCullough) – Area: The Outback
While the story opens in New Zealand, the majority of The Thorn Birds is set on the fictional Drogheda, a sheep station in the Australian Outback. At its heart is the ill-fated romance of beautiful Meggie Cleary and the handsome Roman Catholic priest, Father Ralph de Bricassart.
The novel spans several decades in the history of the Cleary family and is the best-selling book in Australian history while providing insights into the landscapes around Alice Springs and the climate with its extreme weather conditions.
#2 A Town Like Alice (Nevil Shute) –Area: The Outback around Alice Springs
This is a tale of love and war, follows its enterprising heroine from the Malayan jungle during World War II to the rugged Australian outback.
Jean Paget, a young Englishwoman living in Malaya, is captured by the invading Japanese and forced on a brutal seven-month death march with dozens of other women and children. A few years after the war, Jean is back in England, the nightmare behind her.
#3 – The True History of the Kelly Gang (Peter Carey) – Area: Victoria
In this novel, the legendary Ned Kelly speaks for himself, scribbling his narrative on errant scraps of paper as he flees from the police. To his pursuers, Kelly is nothing but a monstrous criminal, a thief, and a murderer. To his own people, the lowly class of ordinary Australians, the bushranger is a hero, defying the authority of the English to direct their lives..
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