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Sydney Harbour helicopter tour

See Sydney Harbour from the air in a jet helicopter! Incredible views of Sydney Harbour Bridge, the Sydney Opera House, Manly beach and Sydney's spectacular city skyline.
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Uluru helicopter tour

The only way to appreciate the sheer magnificence of the Red Centre, Uluru (Ayers Rock) and the stunning Kata Tjuta (the Olgas) formations is from the air by helicopter.
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Tasmania

Tasmania accommodation
Tasmania is home to some of Australia's wildest and most untouched National Parks and Wilderness World Heritage areas. Spectacular coastlines, rugged mountain peaks and ancient rainforests provide the backdrop for a range of exciting outdoor adventures. Tasmania has a rich historical and cultural identity with it's grand public buildings, stunning bridges, stone cottages and convict heritage.
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Northern Territory

Northern Territory accommodation
A uniquely Australian experience. Breathtaking landscapes, brilliant colour and striking contrasts - the Northern Territory will intrigue and inspire you. Experience the majesty of nature in the Kakadu National Park, the dry red plains of the Red Centre, and the iconic Uluru in the Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park.
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Victoria

Victoria accommodation
Rugged coastlines, magnificent rivers and inland lakes - Victoria's wilderness areas and National Parks offer some of the best sightseeing in the country and are home to an abundance of native flora and fauna. If it's history you want, the grand country towns and historic villages offer an insight into the past - stunning galleries and museums, ancient buriel sites, recreated gold mining towns and famous bushrangers - there's plenty to intrigue and entertain you.
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Western Australia

Western Australia accommodation
Western Australia's landscape is vast and varied - ancient towering forests, deep gorges, brilliant blue skies, coral reefs, unspoiled sandy beaches and the contrast of desert lands and rolling pastures. Visit the fabulous wineries, sleep under the stars or try the farmstays or B & Bs for a real Australian experience.
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New South Wales

New South Wales accommodation
From rugged mountain terrain to desert plains, to coastal beauty, Australia's oldest state has it all. Laze on the beaches, explore the lush farmlands and sprawling country towns, roam the rugged outback and National Parks. Right on the waterfront, the buzzing capital city, Sydney, is the oldest in Australia and home to the world famous Harbour Bridge and Opera House.
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Queensland

Queensland accommodation
Stretch out on our beautiful sunny beaches, enjoy the warm water, and relax. Slow down in the sleepy coastal towns, explore the national parks and wilderness areas, go camping in the great outdoors or diving on the Great Barrier Reef, one of the natural wonders of the world.
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South Australia

South Australia accommodation
South Australia boasts some of Australia's most highly acclaimed wineries and local produce, and some dramatic scenery - wild gorges and mountain ranges, wildlife, sand dunes and salt lakes.
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ACT

Canberra and ACT accommodation
The Australian Capital Territory (ACT) - home of the nation's capital, was purpose built in the early 1900s. The city of Canberra features national icons including the National Gallery, National Library and Australian War Memorial giving visitors an insight into Australia's unique cultural heritage.
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