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Australia Tours

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To start with, it is important to realize that Australia is a big country. No one can plan to see everything in the usual two-week vacation - but there are plenty of ways to maximize your time in the country so that you get the most out of your trip. One easy way is to sign up for one or more of these Australia tours. No matter where you are based, you can take advantage of the opportunity to visit a nearby town or check out a local tourist attraction, all while letting someone else do the planning.

Much of what attracts people to Australia is the landscape, so even if you are focused on the cosmopolitan cities of Sydney and Melbourne you can still sign up for Australia tours that let you experience a little of what makes the country so special. Some destinations require a bit more time than a quick day-trip, but others are close enough that you will not even need to pack up for an overnight in another hotel, which is always a plus when you are traveling.

From Melbourne, you can sip for yourself to find out why this part of the world is getting so much attention among wine lovers with a visit to the Yarra Valley wine region, or take a full-day trip along the spectacular Great Ocean Road. From Sydney, you can spend a whole day seeing the famous Blue Mountains up close and personal, or have the thrill of a lifetime with a quick helicopter tour of the harbor. There are lots of Australia tours available, and there is sure to be one that fits your travel itinerary and budget.

Australia has the distinction of being both a country and its own continent, and boasts a history that goes back much further than many people realize. While Europeans did not arrive until the 17th century, humans have lived on the continent for around 45,000 years and the native people have a long and interesting history quite separate from the Europeans who later settled there. These Australia tours can be a great way to learn more about this fascinating country.


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