Know Best Of The Secret Trails Of Australia with Aussie Trip Advisor


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Best Of The Secret Trails Of Australia There are more undiscovered gems out there in Australia’s treasure box. we’ve listed some more of the perhaps lesser known Australian tourist spots for your next Australian vacation. From the memorials and museums of Canberra to the outback towns of western New South Wales etc Come and discover only with Aussie Trip Advisor.

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About Newcastle , NSW Newcastle is a harbor city in the Australian state of New South Wales. Its plentiful beaches are linked by the Bathers Way, a coastal walk stretching between Nobbys Beach and Merewether Beach.

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About Canberra Canberra is Australia’s capital, inland from the country's southeast coast. Surrounded by forest, farmland and nature reserves, it earns its nickname, the "Bush Capital.” The city's focal point is Lake Burley Griffin, filled with sailboats and kayaks. On the lakeshore is the massive, strikingly modern Parliament House, as well as museums including the National Gallery, known for its indigenous art collections.

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About Northern Rivers Northern Rivers, a region in Australia’s state of New South Wales, is known for its Pacific beaches and fertile valleys around rivers like Clarence and Tweed.

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About Darwin Darwin is the capital of Australia's Northern Territory and a former frontier outpost. It's also a gateway to massive Kakadu National Park.

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Flinders Ranges and Outback, SA Whilst much of South Australian tourism is directed towards the Barossa Valley wine region, Kangaroo Island, and Adelaide, the South Australian outback is also certainly well worth experiencing. The Flinders Ranges are a great way to experience the true beauty of the Australian outback. The magic of colors, glowing sunsets and deep blue skies, are truly breathtaking .

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OUTBACK, New South Wales While it’s true that 18% of Australia is desert, and 40% is semi-arid, the NSW Outback is labeled ‘the accessible outback’ by the technicians at the tourism department. While it’s over a 600 mile drive from Sydney to Broken Hill (the unofficial capital of the Outback), you can always fly ... or take the Outback Explorer train from Sydney, to get you there in just over twelve hours.

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