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Book your Hotel in Australia and save up to 75% OFF normal hotel rack rates by booking online. Stayxs Hotel Reservations offers a comprehensive range of discount online Hotel and Resort reservations in Australia , intended not only for the business traveler, but also for leisure tourists.
 
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Hotel Cities in AUSTRALIA
 
 
Australia
 
Capital City Canberra
Population 19.5 million
Religion Christian, Muslim, Buddhist, Jewish
Language English
Currency Australian Dollar
Dial Code 61
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Time Zone GMT/UTC +10 , GMT/UTC +9.5, GMT/UTC +8
Climate Generally arid to semiarid; temperate in south and east; tropical in north
Visa Req.
Every nationality except New Zealanders need visas. Tourist visas and Electronic Travel Authority (ETA) visas are valid for three months. ETAs are just under US$11; standard visas cost US$35. Longer-term visas can be applied for.
 
Public Holidays
January The huge Festival of Sydney.
March The Adelaide Arts Festival
February In odd-numbered years, Womadelaide, Adelaide's outdoor festival of world music and dance.
April Melbourne has a Comedy Festival
September World's biggest Writers' Festival
October Melbourne International Festival
October Stompen Ground Festival
June Barunga Wugularr Sports & Cultural Festival.
August Darwin's Beer Can Regatta
January Australian Open tennis championship
March Australian Grand Prix
March - September Australian Rules Football
 
Electricity
220-240V ,50
Warning No Warning at this moment
 
Major Tourist Attractions in Australia
 
kakadu national park
Kakadu National Park is one of the great natural attractions of Australia . It covers a variety of superb landscapes, swarms with wildlife and has some of Australia 's best Aboriginal rock art. Kakadu National Park is 153km (95mi) by road from closest city Darwin , in the Northern Territory , and stretches more than 200km (125mi) north to south and 100km (60mi) east to west. Kakadu National Park is on the World Heritage list both for its natural and cultural importance. Part of the park is Aboriginal land and there are three contentious uranium mining leases operating in the east.
   
alice springs
The Alice Springs with population of 20,000 is a pleasant modern town, located right in the middle of Australia , built on the banks of the usually-dry Todd River . At first sight it appears so civilized that it can be a real disappointment to those expecting saloons on every corner and colourful bush characters, but stick around and explore the area and you'll begin to appreciate the flavor of this desert community. The town was founded as a staging point for the overland telegraph line in 1870, although its growth has occurred only in the last 30 years. The road south to Adelaide was only fully sealed in 1987.
   
sydney

Sydney
Australia 's premier city, a cosmopolitan modern city. It is also the oldest settlement in Australia , the economic powerhouse of the nation and the country's capital in everything but name. Built on the shores of the stunning Port Jackson, you would have to die and go to heaven before you see a more spectacular setting for a city. It's a vital, self-regarding metropolis, exuding both a devil-may-care urbanity and a slavish obsession with global fads. The Olympic Games, held in Sydney in 2000, confirmed the city's reputation as a civilised, fun-loving and friendly place to be.
Keep in mind that to prove you've been in Australia , you'll have to take a photo of the Sydney Opera House, with the Sydney Harbour Bridge in the background. The ability to pronounce Bondi will add an extra dash of authenticity.

   
melbourne

Melbourne
Australia 's second city is a place of contradictions and hidden charms. A leafy, bayside community on the 'upside-down', brown Yarra River , it is cosmopolitan yet suburban, cultivated yet football crazy, conservative yet a haven for the avant-garde. Visitors come for its shopping, restaurants, nightlife and sporting calendar, encouraging many Melburnians to believe that they live in one of the most civilised cities in the world.
Some pleasant excursions from Melbourne include Phillip Island , with its fairy penguins, the pristine Wilsons Promontory and the Great Ocean Road .

   
great barrier reef
Great Barrier Reef
One of Australia 's greatest assets is the magnificent reef that runs along virtually the entire coast of Queensland . Considered one of the world's natural wonders, it is the most extensive reef system and the biggest structure made by living organisms on earth. In the north, the reef is virtually continuous and is located only 50km (30mi) from the shore. In the south, individual reefs are more common, and in some places up to 300km (190mi) offshore. Hundreds of islands dot the reef area. About 20 of them have resort facilities, but it's possible to camp on many others.
   
cairns
Cairns is the tourist 'capital' of the Far North and one of Australia 's top travellers' destinations. Not long ago, it was just a sleepy tropical backwater. Unfortunately, much of its allure and tropical languor has vanished amid the rapid growth of tourist infrastructure, but it is still one of the best bases for exploring the riches of tropical Queensland . From Cairns , you can arrange trips to the Great Barrier Reef, Green Island and Fitzroy Island , the beautiful Atherton Tableland, the market town of Kuranda, the string of enchanting beaches stretching 50km (30mi) north to Port Douglas, and the spectacular rainforest and coastal scenery of Cape Tribulation and the Daintree River .
 
Best Hotel Deals in Australia
 
The Lost Camel, Ayers Rock
The Lost Camel
No of Rooms: 99
Ayers Rock
 
 
Ibis Hotel Brisbane, Brisbane
Ibis Hotel Brisbane
No of Rooms: 218
Brisbane
 
 
Novotel Palm Cove, Cairns
Novotel Palm Cove
No of Rooms: 314
Cairns
 
 
Mirambeena Tourist resort, Darwin
Mirambeena Tourist Re..
No of Rooms: 225
Darwin
 
 
Ibis Hotel Melbourne
Ibis Hotel Melbourne
No of Rooms: 250
Melbourne
 
 
Travelodge Southbank, Melbourne
Travelodge Southbank
No of Rooms: 275
Melbourne
 
 
Manly Pacific Sydney
Manly Pacific Sydney
No of Rooms: 170
Sydney
 
 
Novotel darling Harbour
Novotel darling Harbour
No of Rooms: 527
Sydney
 
 
Sebel Pier One
Sebel Pier One
No of Rooms: 180
Sydney
 


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