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AUSTRALIA: your luxury destination Victoria: Diverse landscape


From sweeping rural countryside to inviting beaches and snowfields to native forests, Victoria offers something for every discerning visitor. Everywhere you turn there›s something special to see and do in Victoria


– from sandy beaches and snow-capped mountains, to theme parks, zoos and aquariums, historic sites, bars and cafes, white-water rafting, spas, wildlife and wineries, or drives along Victoria›s breathtaking coastline. Step out and see blockbuster shows, call in on art masters, and


discover the next big thing at tiny galleries, theatres and cabaret halls across Victoria. And don’t forget the world-famous restaurants! visitvictoria.com


Western Australia: Sunshine and clean air


Western Australia has very diverse landscapes and environments around its nine regions. From the white sandy beaches in the north, the lush green vineyards and forests in the State’s south west and the arid red dirt of the outback there is a huge variety of places to experience and live in. Perth has more hours of sunshine than any other capital city in


Australia. The Mediterranean climate means the people of Perth enjoy mild winters, warm to hot summers and blue skies for most of the year. The city sits by the Swan River and beneath the beautiful botanical Kings Park. With all the sunny weather, people spend a lot of time outdoors swimming, sailing, water-skiing, fishing, cycling, walking and running, especially around the Swan River. With a population of 1.4 million, Perth offers a friendly, easy-going ambience.


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