Oceania, Australia

Welcome to Australia, a diverse country known for its Wildlife.

How They Dazzle Us

Australia has a lot going for it, but without a doubt the standout feature of this country is the wildlife. Even before you arrive you will be expecting to see animals that you have never seen before – think kangaroos and wallabies and koalas. And these are things that you will see, but there are so many more endemic species; many of them toxic and dangerous, but still fascinating. Birds, reptiles and sea creatures all make the list of endemic species that you will get to know.

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Why We Love Them

Australia is a major western country located in the east and that already makes it a very interesting place. Before you arrive, it is a place of stereo-types – of crass locals, kangaroos, Crocodile Dundee, beer and shrimp on the barbi. But what we love most about Australia is that it is so much more than this. It is wildly diverse and absolutely massive - remember that it is a country and a continent at the same time. The landscapes, the cities the different culture and people all make Australia a fascinating place. Add to this their excellence in processing and catering for tourists and you have yourself an epic vacation.

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Their Sustainable Superpower

It comes as no real surprise that Australia has thought hard about sustainable practices and ecotourism and that they have a blue print and policies in place to make sure that they implement best practices. They were in fact the first country in the world to introduce an ecotourism charter. Their philosophy around ecotourism seeks to protect their parks, involve the operators, invest in the future and incentivise quality. In short there is a very real awareness that protecting Australia's environmental and cultural assets is vital to underpinning the diversity and quality of visitor experiences that they are so well known for.

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Best Time to Visit

There are a few things to factor in when planning a trip to Australia. You will probably want to avoid the chilly winters of the South or the far north's hot and wet summers. Also take volumes of other tourists into account - students get a break from mid-December until late January, which translates into packed beaches and expensive domestic airfares.

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Unique Foods

With a huge range of interesting animals and a long history of people living off he land, Australia has a lot of interesting food to offer. Things like kangaroo and emu must be tried or if you are feeling adventurous then perhaps see if you can lay your hands on witchetty grubs. Australians would refer to these nutty-flavoured grubs as ‘bush-tucker’, while not the most pleasing on the eye – especially given that they are meant to be eaten raw, they have been eaten by the locals for thousands of years and are considered by many a delicacy. Other things to sample are vegemite on toast, Tim Tams and of course, shrimp on the barbi.

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Visa Details

Please consult the closest embassy or consulate of Australia

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