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Old 02-12-2015, 11:16 AM
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The best place is Sydney Opera House, Sydney Harbour Bridge, Blue Mountains, Great Barrier Reef, Melbourne City Centre and Bondi Beach etc.
I think Sydney is the best option in the traveling and best place is Sydney Opera House and Olympic Park best Sydney is a good place to visit.


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Definitely Sydney and Malburne. I visited my friend there and was beautifully.
High recommended!!

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when we talk about Australia, there are a number of best places to visit. Like Sydney, Cairns, Melbourne, Brisbane & Alice Springs.


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The best place is Sydney Opera House, Sydney Harbour Bridge, Blue Mountains, Great Barrier Reef, Melbourne City Centre and Bondi Beach etc.
I think Sydney is the best option in the traveling and best place is Sydney Opera House and Olympic Park best Sydney is a good place to visit.
I think the best places will vary depending on where the person is coming from.

eg: When I first went to the Blue Mountains, my first question was: "Where is the Mountain?" (we were parked near enough at the top).
I had spent too long visiting Switzerland and its Mountains, such as Mont Blanc and the Matterhorn.

But the beach comparison was SO different

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what about perth? If I'm taking 1 month travel to AU, does perth recomended?


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If you are travelling over to Perth, I would highly recommend hiring a rental car and driving through the South West.

If you love wine, good food, amazing natural sites, I suggest staying in the Margaret River region. There is so much to see and do. My fiancÚ and I spent five days there earlier this year. We booked a wine tour through a company called "Margaret River Wine Tours with Neil Mcleod". We visited four wineries, lunch at a brewery, cheese factory, chocolate factory + more. Amazing day to see and experience lots of things.

If you go to Margaret River, I recommend visiting during Autumn or early spring when the weather is still good and it isn't school holidays in WA.


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Hi, there are a lot of beautiful places in Australia. My friend has been there for about ten years with her family. According to her, Sydney should be the first on your lists because they consider it as an icon. You may see Harbour Bridge, the Opera House, Manly beaches, and Taronga Zoo. For some other tourist spots there, you may see Daintree Rainforest ,Great Ocean Road and many more wonderful places in Australia.


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I have to agree with everyone who said Melbourne. They are just so many different possible things for you to do there. I live close by and try to visit whenever I can, and I always find something new to do.

Honestly, if you just google something like "best places in Melbourne", you'll easily find like 15 or 20 great suggestions


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