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Australia's largest city with a population of approximately 4 million people, Sydney is a popular starting point for many travellers and backpackers because of the beach lifestyle.
Australia's second largest city, Melbourne has a thriving gay scene and the ever-growing "Midsumma" festival which continues to attract more revellers each year.
Western Australia is the largest state of Australia, its capital city is Perth and is located along the Swan river and 20 kms inland of the Indian Ocean.Perth is busy and more cosmopolitan than is usually suspected of cities this size
They say that Adelaide is the city where there is always something on…festivals and food, arts and culture, shopping and sports.
Darwin is the tropical capital city of Australia's Northern Territory. Recently spotlighted by the movie Australia but offering more electricity and excitement than 100 movies put together.
Australia's National Capital city and capital city of ACT (Australian Capital Territory), Canberra and surrounded by New South Wales.
Hobart is the second oldest capital city in Australia, dating from 1804 – exceeded in antiquity by Sydney. Tasmania's capital city is set in a beautiful natural setting, with old world charm – that well hides the fact that much of Hobart was built with convict labour.
For many years, Brisbane has been seen as a "large, country town" by most Australians - a large, sprawling city that spreads northwards up along the coast and inland towards the Sunshine Coast and south through Logan Shire towards the Gold Coast.