Australia Flights GuideAustralia is surrounded by the Pacific Ocean, famous for its Outback, natural scenery, and kangaroos. The capital city of Sydney is world famous for its shell-shaped Opera House sitting on the city's gorgeous Bennelong Point. The Great Barrier Reef Marine Park spans 23000 kms along the state of Queensland and is one of the world's largest living structures. Visit the second largest city of Melbourne to see its museums but drive the nearby Great Ocean Road while you're at it. See the stunning red monolith in Uluru before finally relaxing on one of many Australian beaches including world renowned Bondi Beach.
Around fifty-percent of travelers arriving in Australia land at Sydney Airport while most others land Melbourne, Perth and Brisbane. Australia has a variety of climates across the large sunny island country. The south regions are usually mild and subtropical while the northern areas tend to be hot and tropical. Cyclones also occur in the country's north end.