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Dramatic landscape

From towering blue-hued sandstone tablelands to limestone caves, the Blue Mountains World Heritage Area is one of Australia's most picturesque national parks. Deep valleys, eucalyptus forests and waterfalls can be seen while hiking, making this an ideal destination for families and adventure seekers.

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World-renowned wineries

Australia’s oldest wine region, the Hunter Valley, produces some of the world’s best wines. Located two hours outside Sydney, the rich soils of the area are home to internationally acclaimed wineries and restaurants. Watch wild kangaroos graze as you venture from wineries to vineyards on a cycling or driving wine-tasting tour.

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Spectacular beaches

Famous for golden beaches, world-class scuba-diving and enchanting villages, Byron Bay is a nature-lover's paradise. During winter, humpback whales can be seen from the surf as they migrate up the coast from Antarctica. Head here for music festivals, vibrant markets, delicious food and great surf.

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Rugged ocean scenery

With an abundance of beaches, national parks and camping areas, the Central Coast makes for an adventurous getaway for all ages. Ocean baths add a unique feature to the long, golden coastline as do the various beach hotspots. Learn to surf, go for a paddle board or enjoy a picnic at sunset with the family.

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Colourful gardens

Every spring, the Southern Highlands host the iconic Tulip Time Festival. Thousands gather to view the vibrant gardens and musical performances while shopping at the market stalls. Year-round the Highlands boast flourishing gardens along with picturesque waterfalls and lush national parks.

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