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Whether you are a visitor from another country, from interstate, or just locally, Australia is full of discovery with many sights and places rarely experienced by travellers and locals alike.

We would like to encourage you to explore all areas of Australia, take in some sight seeing, rainforest walks, lazing on a beach and sample some of our finest seafood and produce. Australia is a real destination offering real experiences.

You maybe aware of some of Australia's tourism destinations and attractions. However thousands more lay hidden unkown to most travellers and even many locals. Within this site you will find detailed information about each state, region and township and the services and facilities they offer.

Our tourism database has reference to over 8,300 townships with access to 120,000+ tourism businesses and attractions. We know there is something here for you.


Western Australia South Australia Northern Territory Queensland New South Wales Victoria Tasmania

Australian Capital Territory

Australia Capital Territory

Established in 1911 for the new federated country of Australia, the Australian Capital Territory is made up of over 50% of parks and reserves. It's city, Canberra, is built around a man made lake, Lake Burley Griffin, and it is home to Australia's Paliment House. The Murrumbridge River runs through the ACT and offers excellant swimming spots, waterfalls and dams.

New South Wales

New South Wales

Seperated north to south by the Great Dividing Range, the coastal areas of New South Wales are abound with tropical rainforests, magnificent beaches, the Sydney Harbour, vineyards of the Hunter Valley, the Blue Mountains and the Snowy Mountains. To the west lies an assortment of mining towns, the rich farming areas of the Riverina and the rolling sheep and cattle pastures.

Noerthern Territory

Northern Territory

The Northern Territory has an abundance of natural environments that flow in seasons of contrast and colour. The territory is in depth in aboriginal culture dating back tens of thousands of years. The capital city, Darwin was founded in 1869 and was bombed during World War II. Ammunition bunkers, airstrips and oil tunnels in and around the city can be still seen today. Explore the natural attractions of Ayres Rock, Kakadu, Litchfield and Nitmiluk National Parks.

Queensland

Queensland

Commonly referred to as the "Sunshine State", Queensland is the ultimate outdoor playground. Queensland boasts some of the best attractions including the Great Barrier Reef, the Gold Coast, Sunshine Coast, Whitsundays and Fraser Island. The North is home to the World Heritage Listed Daintree Rainforest, crocodiles, ans swampy marshes. Over the Great Dividing Range you enter the lush tablelands of Australia's north with rolling cattle country grasslands and coal mines.

South Australia

South Australia

Sample some of Australia's, if not the world's finest wines, from wine regions like the Barossa Valley and Adelaide Hills. Great Victoria Desert, Simpson Desert, Sturt Stony Desert and Nullabor Plain make upo most of the state. However in the states south east lies the Murray River and fertile soils. This is also where the majority of the population live and where the capital, Adelaide, is located.

Tasmania

Tasmania

Tasmania is an island of dramatic coastlines, rugged mountains, tall forests and sparkling highland lakes located 240 km off the south-east corner of the Australian mainland. The state is well known for its National Parks and the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area, a refuge and habitat for rare plants and animals. The capital, Hobart, is located near the mounth of Derwent River and at the foot of Mount Wellington.

Victoria

Victoria

Discover the beauty of Victoria from coastal seaside villages to rugged mountain ranges and hot desert landscapes. Enjoy good wine and local produce, take a scenic drive or a stroll along many trails that lead through rain forests and coastal regions. Golden beaches, grassy hinterlands, rocky outcrops along with the vibrant city of Melbourne give Victoria it's special character.

Western Australia

Western Australia

The largest state within Australia, Western Australia has a diverse range of landscapes from ancient forests in the south to vast deserts in the east. The capital of Perth, situated on the Swan River, is a modern and scenic city. Western Australia has many national parks, outback cattle and sheep stations, gold fields, forests, caves and lots of coastline to explore.

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Great Ocean Road Motor Inn
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Located along the Great Ocean Road but away from the noise of traffic, the Great Ocean Road Motor Inn offers 20 tastefully decorated units, each with its own individual character and different ...

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