Australia is one of the most popular destinations on the planet for backpackers and luxury travellers alike. World-renowned landmarks like the Sydney Opera House, Uluru, the Great Barrier Reef and some of the most unique wildlife on the planet have helped Australia become a must see destination on any traveller's list.
Australia is geographically diverse, partly owing to its immense size. The centre of the continent is desert, known to Australians as the Outback. The vast majority of the population is concentrated around the eastern and south-eastern coasts.
The north eastern coastline hosts the largest coral reef structure in the world, the great barrier reef, consisting of roughly 3000 individual reefs and 900 islands. Along this coastline consists of many holiday accommodation areas including Cairns, Sunshine Coast, Gold Coast, Central Coast Whitsunday Islands.
Further down the coastline into Northern New South Wales are more coastal areas well suited for a great holiday. Popular holiday accommodation areas include, Jervis Bay, Coffs Harbour, Huskisson, Hyams Beach and much more.
Popular City destinations include, Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane.