Tourism in Australia
The Great Barrier Reef is located off the east coast of Queensland and is one of Australia's natural wonders and a World Heritage Site.
Image: Bob Linsdell
Destination Australia - Travel
and Tour Guides
Discover Down Under: New South Wales, Northern Territory, Queensland, South Australia,
Tasmania, Victoria, Western Australia, Broome, The Kimberley.
The Philausophy of Tourism In Australia, by the Australian Tourist Commission.
New South Wales
Sydney & New South Wales
The official New South Wales website covers Sydney accommodation, regional accommodation,
things to see and do, and places to go.
Travel and tourism guide to Alice Springs, Uluru, and the MacDonnell Ranges.
Northern Territory Travel
Travel guide to Aboriginal culture and nature in Australia's Outback.
Official Northern Territory Tourist Commission site.
Official website of Queensland Tourism & Travel.
The official Tourism Queensland Corporate Information.
South Australian holidays, travel, and tourism.
Holidays and vacation in Murraylands.
Discover Tasmania and Hobart Australia Official Travel Guide.
The official travel and accommodation site for Melbourne Victoria Australia.
Tourism Western Australia
Australia's wild west.
A gateway to WA's Information & Services.
Travel and tourism information on Broome one of the last great-unexplored wilderness
Wine grapes in Barossa Valley, South Australia. The North Para River forms Barossa Valley, it is a major wine-producing region and a tourist destination.
One hundred kilometers (62 mi) north of Adelaide is one of Australia's oldest wine regions, the Clare Valley wine region, best known for its Riesling wines.
Image: Amanda Slater
National Capital Authority.
The capital city of South Australia.
Community Portal site.
Capital of Queensland.
Darwin City, capital of Northern Territory.
Hobart City, Capital of Tasmania.
The City of Melbourne, Capital of Victoria.
Capital of Western Australia.
The City of Sydney and the greater Sydney area.
Lonely Planet's Australia Guide.
Journey Beyond Rail Expeditions
Australia's luxury trains, The Indian Pacific, The Ghan, The Great Southern, and The Overland.
The Twelve Apostles, the collection of limestone stacks off the shore of the Port Campbell National Park in Victoria.
Image: Roxanne Desgagnés
Drone image of Tae Rak channel and holding pond at Budj Bim Cultural Landscape.
Image: © Gunditj Mirring Traditional Owners Aboriginal Corporation
UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Australia
There are twenty World Heritage Sites in Australia (see UNESCO's list
Budj Bim Cultural Landscape
The landscape is located in the traditional Country of the Gunditjmara people in south-eastern Australia; it consists of three serial components containing one of the world’s most extensive and oldest aquaculture systems. It is the first Australian World Heritage Site to be awarded solely for its Aboriginal cultural values.
Greater Blue Mountains Area
The Greater Blue Mountains Area in New South Wales is a landscape of rugged gorges, sandstone rocks, and plateaus dominated by temperate eucalyptus forests. The area is one of the largest and most intact areas of Australia's protected bushland.
Royal Exhibition Building and Carlton Gardens
The Royal Exhibition Building was built between 1879 and 1880 in the Carlton Gardens in Melbourne for the Melbourne International Exhibition in 1880. The building was at the center of the Melbourne International Exhibition, the eighth World Exhibition officially recognized by the Bureau International des Expositions (BIE), and the first official World Exhibition in the Southern Hemisphere.
Australian Convict Sites
Eleven penal sites constitute the Australian Convict Sites World Heritage. The prisons represent the phenomenon of convictism - the forced migration of convicts to colonial penal settlements by the British in the 18th and 19th centuries.
The Tasmanian Wilderness is one of the last regions of the world's temperate rainforest. Archaeological finds in limestone caves testify to the human settlement of the area for more than 20,000 years.