Why Travel to Australia?

September 13, 2008 · Print This Article

ayers rock1. Australia is a safe and comfortable destination
2. No foreign language, no weird money, no worries - just wonders!
3. Stable political environment
4. From LA to G’Day in a day -By the time you enjoy your in-flight movies, your meals and a nap you’ll be Down Under!
5. Favorable exchange rate
6. Australian’s are friendly! People want to meet us
7. Australia is an Adventurer’s Playground.
8. 50,000 years of ancient culture
9. Roll out your swag- absorb the flavor of rural Australia
10. Wine & Dine - sample the exotic flavors of Australian cuisine from Barramundi to Balmain Bugs!

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One Response to “Why Travel to Australia?”

  1. Jonathan on September 21st, 2008 7:59 am

    Nice reasons. A good question is “Why not travel to Australia” :). I live in Australia so granted, I do not have to pay for an international flight, but I will definitely be taking my next holiday here this year.

    So many fantastic places to see and things to experience.

    For some fantastic pictures of Australia, check out http://www.pleasetakemeto.com. Also for anyone wanting to plan their trip in detail and book, http://www.eplanner.com is a must visit site as it makes this incredibly easy.

    The major cities provide a fantastic experience, but travelers should also be sure to check out what else is available and not rush to make their decision as there is so so much more.

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