It’s time to explore the ‘Land Down Under’.

Sun, sea, and surf meets friendly locals and ample opportunity in Australia; one of the world’s most popular tourist destinations.
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Australia Overview

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If you’re looking to experience a gap year destination and backpacking adventure like millions of travellers have, then Australia has to be at the top of your list.

It’s been one of the prime travel destinations globally for decades, with major cities like Sydney, Melbourne, and Perth offering limitless opportunities. These cities combine beach and city, making it one of the sought-after lifestyles for those wanting to find their perfect work-life balance.

Yet, away from the cities, Australia boasts some of the most jaw-dropping natural landscapes in the world. Fraser Island is the largest sand island in the world, allowing you to explore it on 4x4s and create your own off-road adventure. The Whitsundays is the gateway to the one-of-a-kind Great Barrier Reef, each being a must-see when ‘Down Under’.

Whether you pick city life, intrepid explorer life, or possibly both, Australia caters for it all. No wonder it’s one of the most popular countries in the world.

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Australia is a massive country. Flying from Perth to Sydney takes 4 and a half hours, spanning multiple time zones. But the beauty of its sheer size is the diverse cities and locations it’s home to. From Croc Country in the northwest at Darwin, through to the picturesque Whitsundays in the North East, and the bustling cities of Sydney and Melbourne further down south, there really is something for everyone in Australia.

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  • Population: 26 million approx
  • Number of States: 6 states and two internal territories
  • Capital: Canberra
  • Currency: Australian Dollar
  • Area: 7.66m km2
  • Yearly Tourists: 8.5 million (2023)

Hlavné mestá

  • Sydney
  • Melbourne
  • Canberra
  • Brisbane
  • Adelaide
  • Perth
  • Hobart
  • Darwin


Australia’s culture is intertwined with aboriginal culture, who are the original inhabitants of the land. In most places, you’ll find this fact observed and respected, and that culture is an integral part of what Australia is as a country. Its modern culture is based on being an outdoors nation, with its beach lifestyle envied worldwide. Australia has a real community feel in most areas, and more often than not, you’ll be greeted by welcoming locals who are famous for their sense of humour.


Australia is a sports-crazy country. For a relatively small population compared to its area, they punch well above their weight in many different sports. Cricket is huge in Australia, and the likes of the Ashes is a staple sporting event for most. They’re also often near the top of world rankings for cricket, rugby, and more, whilst local favourites like Aussie rules and surfing have huge followings. Sport is as engrained in culture as anything else, so for those who love sport, whether being involved or spectating, Australia is a perfect country for it.


Australia has given rise to many famous musicians over the past few decades, notably Kylie Minogue, AC/DC, Sia, Men at Work, and more. The sheer scope of the musicians named here shows the eclectic mix of music you’ll find in Australia, with various styles and influences giving something for everyone. Its festival and nightlife scene is also thriving, meaning a lot of music trends are finding their way to Australia and from Australia back to the rest of the world.

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Australia is blessed to have some of the world's most spectacular natural environments. The jewel in the crown is undoubtedly the Great Barrier Reef, one of the world's natural wonders. It has drawn people to the area for decades, yet it's only the tip of the iceberg regarding the country's natural beauty. It has more beaches than you could visit, forests which touch the ocean, grand rock formations, and more. Yet, most of this is found around the edge of the country, as the famous 'Outback' in the middle is a vast expanse of Australian wilderness.