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New South WalesNew South Wales
Sydney Harbour Bridge, historic landscapes and buildings, lots of beaches and coves, energetic café and restaurant society, THE Mardi Gras, festivals and markets, Oxford Street and fabulous shopping.
Victoria Victoria
Known for the Great Ocean Drive, this state has a dynamic and vibrant café and restaurant culture that is rivalled by the arts, fashion and gay scenes - a truly exciting and fun state to travel within.
Unique, historic, superb - quaint early settler foundations provide a raw and artistic overlay to the world-famous wilderness of Tasmania's forests.
Rolling, diverse country scenery, beaches that stretch endlessly, Great Barrier Reef and Whitsunday Island Resort holidays - Dotted along the coastline are cities and small townships offering great accommodations and food experiences.
Western AustraliaWestern Australia
Beaches that rival Queensland's golden sands, thriving and exquistite food and fashion industries.
south australiaSouth Australia
This is Nirvana for foodies, wine-lovers, coffee-guzzlers, arty-farties, scenery snobs and the traveller with distinct, classy taste.
the northern territoryThe Northern Territory
Awe-Inspiring natural landmarks create an earthy, magnificent focal point and are complimented wonderfully with resorts and accommodation experiences that feel like oasis and heaven together.
Laughingly dubbed the "porn capital", Canberra is a great and easy city to drive in and around. The landscapes and townships are all unexpected and extraordinary in style, offerings and adventure. The night scene is superb and all tastes and needs can be endlessly, happily met.





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Although Australia is relatively remote, it is quickly becoming one of the premier global destinations for many gay couples. Not only does it boast a beautiful climate and wonderful scenery, but the vibrant cities also offer a relaxed and welcoming attitude that is perfect for anyone who is looking to explore this magical nation.


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The capital of New South Wales has long been one of Australia’s main attractions for its iconic Sydney Opera House, beautiful harbour, and world-famous nearby Bondi Beach.

And Sydney has also become something of a hotspot for the annual gay and lesbian Mardi Gras that regularly features over 10,000 participants for the celebratory parade through the city. Also worth a mention is the deluxe Darling Harbour that boasts a dazzling blend of restaurants and casinos. Of course, you can still gamble Australian style from your hotel room too, courtesy of the online casino at Europalace.


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Melbourne is another Australian city that has something to offer everyone. It is often referred to as Australia’s cultural capital, thanks to its vibrant music scene as well as consistently excellent museums such as the National Gallery of Victoria and the equally impressive Heide Museum of Modern Art.

The city is also renowned for its fantastic nightlife with a heady mix of cafes and restaurants offering great local cuisine. Furthermore, there are many gay and lesbian clubs and bars in the Collingwood and Fitzroy areas that will offer a relaxed and friendly welcome.


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Despite being one of the most remote cities on the planet, Perth is quickly becoming one of the go-to places for the clued-up traveller. The capital of Western Australia is frequently ranked as one of the world’s most liveable cities, and a cruise up the nearby Swan River is an excellent way to get to grips with the relaxed way of life in this region.

Perth is also fantastically located for those wishing to explore the wilds of Australia thanks to the nearby Beelu National Park and the cute and inviting Cohuna Koala Park.


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As Australia is such a huge country, it also offers an incredible range of cities to visit. And the most tropical of these has to be Darwin.

Located on the furthest tip of the northern coast, Darwin is often thought of as being a gateway to Asia thanks to its relative proximity to Indonesia and East Timor. And fittingly, the city offers a fascinating blend of cultures and cuisines to experience. Furthermore, Darwin’s natives have a legendary laid-back attitude that mirrors the wonderfully balmy weather that this beautiful city enjoys.


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