Mountain Made of Rock

World’s Largest Monolith – Mountain Made of Rock

Kata Tjuta National Park: 280 miles (450km) southwest of Alice Springs. Ayers Rock/ Uluru, the world's largest monolith and an Aboriginal sacred site is Australia's most famous natural landmark. There are different activities that tourists can participate during their visit in Ayer’s Rock. Here are some of the activities:

My Facts About Australia: Kata Tjuta National Park

• Dine under a million stars at the award-winning Sounds of Silence Dinner. You'll travel to a secluded formal dining setting in the middle of the desert, and sip champagne as the sound of the didgeridoo fills the air and the sun sets slowly over Kata Tjuta and Uluru (Ayers Rock).

My Facts About Australia: Silence Dinner

Discover Uluru, Kings Canyon and Alice Springs on this 3-day tour starting at Ayers Rock and ending in Alice Springs. Explore Australia's great Central Desert - watch the sunrise over Uluru (Ayers Rock), visit the magnificent Olga Gorge and Kings Canyon, with their beautiful waterholes and dazzling views.

My Facts About Australia: Kings Canyon

• Explore the highlights of the Red Centre on this three day camping safari. See the majestic monolith of Uluru (Ayers Rock), the domes of Kata Tjuta (the Olgas) and the rugged beauty of Kings Canyon. This tour is designed for those who are looking for adventure and who want to experience the beauty of Central Australia whilst enjoying the reward of camping and meeting new friends.


Australia’s Most Popular City

Australia’s Most Popular City

Traveling in Australia will always start with questions, where to go? Which places worth visiting in Australia?

My Facts About Australia: Darling Harbor

Sydney, The gateway to Australia, famous for its World Heritage-listed Sydney Opera House, Sydney is one of the world's favorite cities, and has been voted "world's best city". Australia's oldest and largest city is set on one of the world's most stunning harbors, fringed by easy-to-reach, sandy beaches.

My Facts About Australia: Bondi Beach

Sydney Harbor separates the city into north and south, with harbor side villages, beachside suburbs and inner city areas full of life and their own distinctive character.
The city has a sunny, moderate climate which contributes to Sydneysiders' relaxed lifestyle and love of the great outdoors. There are five major national parks around Sydney with 8,000 square kilometers of open space.

My Facts about Australia: The Rocks

This multicultural city's restaurant and cafe scene is enhanced by outstanding local fresh produce and world-class wines. Sydney has a dynamic arts and cultural scene. It is home to some of Australia's leading arts organizations such as Opera Australia, Sydney Symphony, Sydney Dance Company and Sydney Theatre Company.
Sydney offers a secure environment for families, with excellent facilities, transport and telecommunications.

The most popular destinations in Sydney are:

- The Rocks
- Darling Harbor
- Bondi Beach
- Manly
- Glebe/Newtown
- Paddington


Visit Sydney Harbor

Visit Sydney Harbor

One of the things you should see in Australia before you die is Sydney Harbor. The only problem is ‘how.’ Locals have been inventing new ways to see the harbor for years: you can sail it, cruise on it, swim in it, sit by it, canoe on it, fish it, eat on it, dance on it, drive over or underneath it, fly past it…the list goes on and on.

My Facts About Australia: Sydney Harbor

It is also becoming increasingly possible to walk around the harbor: there are 28km of track, many of which go through national parks and along beaches, covering points of historic and natural interest as well as hundreds of beautiful vantage points.

My Facts About Australia: Sydney Harbor by Night

There are plenty of historic sites around the harbor such as: The Rocks under the Bridge in Sydney Cove…the site of old Sydney Town. Ancient grain stores and custom built houses that are now restaurants, art galleries and shops. Don’t forget to visit the Rocks Market, it’s one of the cities best for art.

My Facts about Australia: Sydney

Did you know Sydney Harbor has not one, but two state-of-the-art aquariums…the Sydney Aquarium at Darling Harbor and Oceanworld in Manly.
Yes, Sydney Harbor has plenty to do for all and is a visit that you’ll remember for a lifetime.


Dive Into The Great Barrier Reef

Dive Into The Great Barrier Reef

It doesn’t matter how many documentaries you have seen on TV or video, until you’ve actually taken a dive into the Great Barrier Reef, you’ve never experienced it. Some people call it the ‘world’s biggest aquarium,’ but the vivid colors, interactions between all the life forms and their subtle movements are completely mesmerizing.

My Facts About Australia: Dive in Great Barrier Reef

The reef boasts green turtles, a huge variety of dolphins and whales, and more than 1,500 different species of fish, 200 species of birds and 4,000 types of mollluscs. The only way to experience the reef is to dive right in. And if diving isn’t high on your priority, you can take a cruise or scenic flight and still be amazed at all the experiences.

My Facts About Australia: Watch out!

Did you know the Great Barrier Reef stretches more than 2,300km on the northeast coast of Australia stretching from the northern tip of Queensland to just north of Bundaberg and is the single largest structure made out of living creatures on the face of the earth?

My Facts About Australia: Great Barrier Reef

The best time to go and see the Great Barrier Reef is pretty much any time of the year. There are many gateways to get to the reef, and if you are serious about taking a trip to see it, just google it on the internet and you’ll have plenty of links that give you directions, explanations and dangers of the reef and more.


The Aussie Open

The Aussie Open

What would be a trip Australia without seeing the Indy 500 of tennis, the Australian Open! It is held in one of the world’s great tennis arenas and is one of the world’s grate tennis championships with the world’s best tennis players; and lot’s of beautiful people.

My Facts about Australia: Australian Open

There is also lots of food and fashion! One of the four Grand Slam tourneys in the world – the Rod Laver Arena during the Oz Open – has got the lot. Melbourne becomes a Mecca for the tennis community and Australia’s A-list in the January fortnight of the Open.

My Facts About Australia: Arena In Australian Open

The 2006 Open was the 94th staging of the event that was first played at the Warehouseman’s Cricket Ground on St. Kilda Rd. in 1905, giving the tournament a rich history. The newer Melbourne Park was opened in time for the 1988 Australian Open.

My Facts About Australia: Fan in Australian Open

A bit of trivia: The youngest and oldest champion to win the men’s singles is the same person: Australia’s Ken Rosewall: just over 18 years old in 1953, and just 37 years and two months in 1972.


Go out in theBush for a Week

Go out in the bush for a week

When people think of Australia, most of the time they think of ocean and coral reefs, but let’s not forget about the outback! Take a week and visit the bush. You’ll be sleeping in a swag and gazing at a billion stars. You can spend a week learning to be a jackaroo, you can attend an outback rodeo, jeans, boots and belt buckle are included. Or you can sit on the bank of an Outback dam fishing for yabbies with a cold beer in hand, or visit a series of working homesteads and meet the people who work on Australia’s land.

My Facts About Australia: Australia´s Land

There are hundreds of ways for the bulk of Australia’s population who live in cities and near the coast to visit and build a connection with the great brown land that makes up Australia. The land, according to author and ecologist Tim Flannery, ‘is the only thing that we all, uniquely, share in common. It is at once our inheritance, our sustenance, and the only force ubiquitous and powerful enough to craft a truly Australian people.’

My Facts About Australia: Kangaroo

When Australia was ‘riding on the sheep’s back,’ at the time of Federation, 61% of Australia’s population was living in rural and regional areas. Today, that’s only 17%, and the number is falling even further.

My Facts About Australia: Water

But if you’re heading to the Outback by car, don’t forget you’ll need a reliable vehicle, preferably a 4-wheel-drive.


Bells Beach

Bells beach, Australia

Bells beach is one of great ocean roads of Australia and is the most popular tourist attraction. The bell beach is located near the Melbourne where tourist can take full pleasure of the stunning views that appears on each turn of the scenic drives. There are many beautiful holidays in the town that gives an opportunity to enjoy the coastal scenery along with the exploring of historical towns.

My Facts About Australia: Surf on Bells Beach

Tourist visit bells beach of Australia that calms the mind of the tourist to full extent. The main attraction of the bells beach is Portland a place of deep-water port situated at the end of the princess high way. Bells beach is a place that is a mixture of industrial and historic region. The main features that attract tourist to visit bells beach are blowholes, craggy cliffs, and rough waters.

My Facts About Australia: Bells Beach

Bells beach falls under the category of coastal town where one can easily take the pleasure of major commercial centre along with the viewing of some historic buildings. There are number of stunning art galleries, old churches and museums present in the bells beach of Australia that makes the holiday of tourist exotic and stunning. The bells beach is also popular for the activities such as swimming and surfing at international and national level.

My Facts About Australia: Waves on Bells Beach

Bells beach is the home of largest running surfing competition of world that celebrates in the form of festivals such as musical and curl pro festival. The bells beach is a place known for ripping, surfing that makes the tourist feel delighted.