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LEMNOS - AN AEGEAN JEWEL
THE LAND OF
A Family Trip to the Lake District
GMT + 11
Sydney, Melbourne, Perth, Adelaide, Darwin, Brisbane, Hobart, Alice Springs
The common perception amongst many travellers, is that Australia consists of Sydney Harbour, the Great Barrier Reef, and possibly a trip to Alice Springs, and the ‘nearby’ Ayres Rock.
The reality couldn’t be more different. Of course visits to the famous Sydney Opera House, and the sweeping arc of Bondi Beach, are high on many tourists’ lists, but Australia is a huge country.
The southern coastline has glorious beaches, wonderful countryside, and cities such as Adelaide and Melbourne that always find favour with visitors.
On the east coast, Brisbane is a good starting point for excursions north to the Great Barrier Reef. Its a delightful city, & the climate makes it a popular year-round destination.
Darwin is the only major city in the north of Australia, making it a logical place from which to begin exploring the outback, and the Aboriginal heritage.
It also sees many travellers beginning the long journey across the centre of the country, via Alice Springs. It’s a route that’s a favourite of backpackers and the more adventurous, and takes you past the greatest natural wonder in Australia - Ayres Rock.