Australia- A Tourist Paradise

Australia is regarded as the magnet attracting visitors worldwide with diverse weather,

 

unique scenery, great beaches, endless desert and endangered animals.

 

While Darwin city on the north coast has tropical climate, iAlice Spring in the heart of the

 

central desert has scorching sun, and Tasmania Island in the southern of Melbourne is

 

snowy. Varied weather with great scenery has made Australia into a “tourist paradise” –

 

with the salt lakes shining like mirrors, the original tropical forest, 50,000 km of coastline

 

and Blue Ocean.

 

1.Wonderful scenery

 

Red cliffs strike over blue sky … if you take a car to explore Australia, you will get the

 

feeling of freedom in its original atmosphere.

 

2.Sydney city

 

With 4 million inhabitants, the capital of New South Wales, Sydney is the largest city in

 

Oceania and makes Canberra seem extremely small.

 

3.The endless beaches

 

With almost 50,000 km of coastline and nearly 10,000 beaches, Australia has more

 

beaches than any other country in the world. In addition, with 85% of the population

 

living in the 50km wide coastal strip, swimming is an indispensable part of Australia.

 

4.Unique animal world

 

Australia has a world of extremely unique animals thank to it being isolated from other

 

continents by vast oceans. Here not only kangaroos have become a symbol of

 

Australia, but there are also lizards, but they are extremely shy too.

 

5.The sacred mountain Uluru

 

The sacred mountain Uluru which is 863m high in central Australia is place natives

 

considered the residence of the gods who had created the world. To respect the

 

sacredness of this mountain tourists also come here.

 

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