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Interesting Facts About Australia

  • 1. Almost 90 per cent of People in Australia live on the Coast.
    According to the stats, vast majority of people in Australia live on the shores or coast. The big cities like Sydney, Melbourne and Perth are ideal places to visit, with high-end amenities and a multitude of beautiful beaches.
    There are also hundreds of smaller beaches outside the hubs where Australians are living and enjoying their lives. You can explore Gold Coast, Sunshine Coast and Brisbane in Queensland and Port Macquarie in NSW- these are home to stretched beaches.
  • 2. The Great Barrier Reef is the World’s Largest Eco-System
    Australia takes pride in being a home to the largest coral systems in the world. It is made up of over 2,500 individual reefs. The eco-system is stretched halfway down the eastern coast of the nation and you will explore the beautiful marine species and corals in the reef.
    The Great Barrier Reef is in Queensland and that’s why people across the world are travelling to this beautiful state to explore the most vibrant and colourful reef system for an unforgettable experience.
  • 3. NSW and Victoria are a Mecca for Skiing Enthusiasts
    Believe it or not! The Australian Alps witness more snow than the Swiss Alps. Of course, people visit Australia to explore beaches and year-round sunshine, but the Australian Alps are a mecca for skiing lovers. Snow falls between June and September and it is the perfect season to experience ice skiing.
  • 4. Australia has more than 60 Wine Regions
    Australia is also known for its wide range of wine production. There are over 60 separate wine regions across the country. The majority of vineyards or wineries are in New South Wales and Victoria. A road trip between Melbourne and Sydney would be a great way to discover beautifully-stretched wine regions.
  • 5. Fraser Island is the World’s Largest Sand Island
    Queensland is home to the Fraser Island, which is the largest sand island in the world. You can hop on a boa and explore the sandy shores and island paradise of this beautiful piece of land. The crystal clear blue waters of Lake MacKenzie allow you to swim in the shallow pools at the end of the ocean.
  • 6. Tasmania has the Cleanest air in the Globe
    The island of Tasmania is an ideal destination to experience the cleanest air in the world. The one-third of the state is surrounded by a national park or World Heritage protection. With natural trails and walkways, the entire island offers you to unveil the beauty of our nature in the purest form.
  • 7. The Great Ocean Road is the largest war memorial in the world
    It is one of the most renowned drives in Australia, offering stunning views, beautiful landscapes, scenic vistas throughout the route. Developed by returning solders after World War One, the Great Ocean Road was dedicated as one of the memorial places who died fighting in the war.
  • 8. Uluru’s 2.5 km is underground
    The vast rock of Uluru is located in the red centre of Australia. It is surrounded by scrubland and home to the oldest inhabitants, Aboriginal tribes. It is one of those places which is listed twice as a UNESCO World Heritage site. Around 2.5km of the Uluru rock is underground and connected to the Olgas, where the rock emerges again 16 miles away.

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