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 Reasons to Travel Australia

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A marvel of architectural design, the Sydney Opera House is widely recognised as a world class performance centre. Inspired by yacht sails and surrounded by water, the majestic curves dominate Sydney Harbour and look impressive from all angles. Recognised as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, you can enjoy a performance here, dine at one of the restaurants or take a stroll around the base of the structure.
1. Marvel at Australia's Sydney Opera House
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Swim with whale sharks at Ningaloo Reef, feed manta rays at Lady Elliot Island or snorkel with sea lions off Port Lincoln. Experiencing Australia’s marine life is a once in a lifetime experience. Whether you enjoy diving, swimming, or snorkelling, there are plenty of options for you. Get up close and personal in Australian waters with these majestic creatures. 
2. Swim with unique marine life
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The natural beauty of Rottnest Island is second to none, experience stunning landscapes and unique wildlife during your stay in Australia. Situated only 19km off the coast of Perth, the island offers visitors picturesque scenery and a rich cultural heritage to discover on a day trip or extended stay. The Quokkas can only be found on Rottnest Island, and as they are nocturnal the best time of day to see the smiley animal is in the evenings. 
3. Take a ferry to Rottnest Island,
                      home of the friendly Quokkas
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Located in Victoria, the Great Ocean Road is one of the most scenic and best-driven roads in the world. Perfect for a self-drive adventure, the road stretches for more than 300 kilometres between Torquay to Allansford along the rugged south-west coastline. Experience the Twelve Apostles rock formations rising majestically from the ocean, chiselled out of limestone over 10 million years ago. 
4. Drive the Great Ocean Road
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Known as nature’s playground, Kangaroo Island is one of the world’s most peaceful retreats. More than a third of the island is protected by conservation areas and national parks, wildlife encounters are pretty much a given here. Kangaroos, sea lions, koalas, echidnas, wallabies, goannas and marine mammals are plentiful, along with many species of birdlife.  If you are after wildlife, then Kangaroo Island won’t disappoint.
5. Explore a nature's playground
                                       in Kangaroo Island
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