Australia is the sixth largest country in the world. Australia’s coastline stretches almost 50,000 kilometres and is linked by over 10,000 beaches, more than any other country in the world. From theatre to literature, Australians have a quiet love affair with the arts. Australia’s most famous beaches are Bondi and Manly in Sydney, St Kilda in Melbourne, Surfers Paradise on the Queensland Gold Coast, Cottesloe in Perth and Glenelg in Adelaide which attract locals as well as international tourists.
Have fun at Gold Coast, surf the huge waves off Broadbeach or snorkel through a shipwreck off Main Beach. Shop at markets, malls and high-end boutiques and live it up in the glitzy nightclubs of Surfer’s Paradise. Get thrills on virtual reality rides at Dreamworld, swim with dolphins at Sea World and watch movies being made at Warner Bros Movie World. Then discover the waterfalls, glow worm caves and native animals of the lush Gold Coast hinterland.