By Marc Llewellyn
From the Outback to the good Barrier Reef to excellent, subtle towns like Sydney, this advisor is helping you discover the Australian adventures and sights which are best for you, even if you’d prefer to cuddle a koala, discover a shipwreck, swim with whale sharks, or climb the Sydney Harbour Bridge. It can provide the news on:The mysterious Uluru (Ayers Rock) in crimson middle that has awed humans for hundreds of thousands of yearsWhere to identify all types of flora and fauna, together with kangaroos, platypuses, wallabies, Tasmanian devils, wombats, marsupials, and man-eating crocodilesThe most sensible locations to take a seashore stroll or a bushwalk, the place you’ll wind underneath dripping tree ferns and pounding cascadesAll sorts of actions, from boomerang- and spear-throwing guide to climbing to snorkeling over outstanding reefs, fishing for coral trout, or getting to know Australia’s top winesGreat lodgings, starting from luxurious lodges to an African-style safari camp with air-conditioned tents to a hotel with underground rooms reached through a maze of tunnels dug out of the rockThe top locations to event Aboriginal tradition and locate Aboriginal arts and craftsLike each For Dummies shuttle advisor, Australia For Dummies includes:Down-to-earth trip-planning adviceWhat you shouldn’t omit — and what you could skipThe most sensible resorts and eating places for each budgetLots of specific maps
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These mostly uninhabited islands are a paradise for sailing, as well as kayaking, snorkeling, diving, fishing, hiking, and bird-watching. Another big attraction is the lush 110-million-year-old Daintree Rainforest, north of Port Douglas. The Red Centre The majestic presence of Uluru, also known as Ayers Rock, is what draws everyone to the ocher sands of the Red Centre, the heart of the Northern Territory. Many visitors discover that the lesser-known nearby domes of Kata Tjuta, or “the Olgas,” are even more spectacular.
See Chapter 17. ߜ Tandanya Aboriginal Cultural Institute in the South Australian capital, Adelaide, is a good place to find out more about Aboriginal culture. At the Institute, they offer boomerang- and spear-throwing instruction, painting with natural ochers, discussions on Aboriginal culture, and guided walking tours. See Chapter 20. The Best Natural Scenery Australia offers some of the most diverse landscapes in the world. From long sweeps of pristine beach to the red dust of the Outback, the lush green rain forests of the Tropics, and rugged mountain ranges, somewhere you’ll find a landscape to tear at your heart.
Never swim in or stand on the bank of any river, swamp, or pool in northern Australia unless you know for certain it’s croc-free. Spiders are common all over Australia, with the funnel web spider and the red-back spider being the most aggressive. Funnel webs live in holes in the ground (they spin their webs around the hole’s entrance) and stand on their back legs when they’re about to attack. Red-backs have a habit of resting under toilet seats and in car trunks, generally outside the main cities.
Australia For Dummies (Dummies Travel) by Marc Llewellyn