About 450km south-west of Alice Springs. Within this vast park are rare plants and animals, many Aboriginal sacred sites, spectacular scenery and famous rock formations such as Uluru (Ayers Rock), the world’s biggest monolith. Short and extended tours leave Alice Springs by coach and aircraft. Yulara Resort, on the edge of the park, has accommodation ranging from camping grounds to international standard hotels.
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Movie World: Pacific Highway Oxenford. Theme park covering 168ha, with a working studio, sets from famous movies, stunt shows, animal training demonstrations. Meals available in a recreation of Rick’s Café (from the movie classic Casablanca) where the specialty is Asian food.
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You can reach Geraldton 424km north of Perth on the Brand Highway. This is a popular resorts know for its gentle weather, long white beaches and crystal-clear waters. It is one of the major lobster-fishing ports in WA. This is just north is Kalbarri National Park also famous for its spectacular banded cliffs and coastal wildflowers.

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You can find Hamilton Island in the Whitsunday group of Islands in the heat of Australia’s Great Barrier Reef.  The airport has its direct access from Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Cairns.  There are also international Charter operations to the island.  You can feel the tropical weather at Hamilton Island.  There are fine white beaches and a swimming  pools.  Every kind of water activities were available.  You can do your favorite sports like, tennis, squash, a gymnasium and golf driving range.  There’s a Fauna Park with kangaroos, emus, koalas, wallabies and even crocodiles.  The nearby beach can be reached by a high speedboat or a helicopter.   


A chain of sandy beaches beginning at Caloundra, about 96 km north of Brisbane, and stretching for about 140 km. it includes a number of resort towns, national parks, beautiful rainforest and mountain scenery, dairy farms, sugarcane and tropical fruit plantations. At the Big Pineapple, near Nambour, you can tour a tropical fruit and nut plantation and sample the fruit.

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Heron Island is an unexpected treasure.  And international resort right on the Great Barrier Reef.  A National Park within a Marine National Park.  And a world famous haven for divers.

Its beautiful white beaches melt into a kaleidoscope of living coral and brightly colored fish.  Perfect for snorkeling or reef walking at low tide.  In Summer, turtle lay their eggs and hatch on the beach near your room.  Whales migrate in September.  And a bountiful array of birds have made Heron their home.

Few holidays offer such an unusual mix.  A combination of unspoilt, natural beauty with top quality facilities and service.  But then, Heron is unique.  An island out of the blue.

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Upon seeing the Tetons, most want to stay forever. Try to visit Grand Teton National Park, there are no better places to stay in the Park than the fine lodges, log tent cabins, and RV park operated by the Grand Teton Lodge Company.

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