Oceania

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Oceania is a vast, arbitrarily defined expanse of the world where the Pacific Ocean – rather than land borders – connects the nations. It is home to glistening white beaches, coconut palms swaying in the breeze, beautiful coral reefs, and rugged volcanic islands rising out of the blue ocean. Its diverse nations have both some of the world's most cosmopolitan and internationalized cities such as Melbourne, and some of its most remote and culturally isolated villages.
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    Explore this amazing country, with its magical natural wonders and it's relaxed life style. Sydney, Melbourne, Great Ocean Road, Tasmania and much more! You can move around by low cost flights or by hop on-hop off buses

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    Sydney Harbour Bridge

    The Sydney Harbour Bridge is one of Australia’s most well known and photographed landmarks. This is where many people used to wait for the new year celebrations in order to have a nive view of the fireworks. It crosses the harbour from the Rocks to North Sydney, and it takes about half an hour to […]

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    Bondi Beach

    Bondi Beach is perhaps the most famous beach in Sydney. It is located a mere 7km away from the centre of Sydney, and it is very popular with tourists, daytrippers, backpackers, residents and all Sydneysiders. Bondi Beach is also famous for its glistening ocean, pristine sands, reliable surf and seaside spirit. Its laid back coastal lifestyle, […]

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    Royal Botanic Gardens of Sydney, Australia

    The famous Royal Botanic Gardens of Sydney, Australia, were first established in Sydney by Governor Bligh in 1816. The gardens cover 30 hectares and adjoin the 35 hectares making up the Domain, there are over 7500 species of plants represented here. The gardens are at the north eastern corner of the City Centre and overlook […]

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    The Blue Mountains

    The Blue Mountains are located to the west of Sydney, is one of the most accessible areas of highland natural beauty in New South Wales, Australia. Although not particularly high for a mountain range, the Blue Mountains is nonetheless renowned for its uniquely majestic scenery, for its cultural attractions, and for its relatively tranquil, alternative mode […]