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Old 08-30-2013, 05:19 AM
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Australia is no doubt small but it’s a beautiful island. There are various places to visit like Sydney, Cairns & the Great Barrier Reef, Brisbane, Melbourne, The Great Ocean Road, The Red Centre including Uluru-Tjuta National Park, Canberra, Adelaide, Tasmania. Tasmania offers breath-taking scenery and is best for hiking and camping. When I visited Australia last time I was not able to visit all these places because of shortage of time but do visit all these as all the places are awesome and worth visiting.
Nancy121'. I hope you are not trying to get PR for Australia as its not an Island. Your comment "no doubt a small Island" ? If you have been here you would be aware of the great distance,s between the places you have mentioned. If you drive from the great ocean Rd to Uluru the equivalent distance in Europe you would have crossed several counties. Italy alone in size fits into the state of Victoria. Are you sure you really know the size of Ausralia?

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In my opinion Australia is quite a big continent and I love it.


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If your from the uk, you will think of Australia as being huge lol.


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