Tour Through Australia

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One of the last trips that will feature an individual country will take us to Australia – the smallest continent in the world, where the distances are often greater than the distances separating the largest countries in Europe. Seventy percent of Australia’s area is covered with deserts or semi-deserts, which is why the greatest part of the Australian population lives in the cities on the coasts. The country’s magnificent scenery attracts millions of tourists every year.


Aerial view of Surfers Paradise on the Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia / Photo: Shutterstock


The Three Sisters From Echo Point, Blue Mountains National Park, NSW, Australia / Photo: Shutterstock


Major architecture landmarks of Sydney – Sydney Harbour Bridge and Sydney Opera / Photo: Shutterstock


The Great Barrier Reef, off the coast of Queensland in northeastern Australia / Photo: Shutterstock


Lake Hillier, Western Australia / Photo: Shutterstock


Lucky Bay, Esperance, WA / Photo: Martina Advaney


Kangaroo at Lucky Bay, Esperance, WA / Photo: Martina Advaney


The Pinnacles, WA / Photo: Martina Advaney


Lancelin Sand Dunes, WA / Photo: Martina Advaney


Dolphins at Monkey Mia, WA / Photo: Martina Advaney


Malcolm Douglas Crocodile Park, WA / Photo: Martina Advaney


Karijini National Park from Mount Bruce, WA / Photo: Martina Advaney


One of the most beautiful sunset at Cable Beach in Broome, WA / Photo: Martina Advaney


Alice Spring, Northern Territory, Australia at sunset / Photo: Shutterstock


Horizontal Waterfalls, Talbot Bay, Kimberley, Australia / Photo: Shutterstock


Super Pit gold mine, Kalgoorlie, Western Australia / Photo: Martina Advaney


The Salt People: Lake Ballard, WA / Photo: Martina Advaney

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