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Australian City Images
 
Images of Sydney, Australia - The Sydney Opera House, Sydney Harbour Bridge,  Darling Harbour, Sydney Skyline, Coogee and Bondi Beaches, Anzac Bridge.
Images of Melbourne, Australia - City Skylines, The Yarra, Flinders St Station, Views from the Rialto Tower.

 

Moonrise over Sydney from Glebe  Images of Sydney - Gallery 1 Pictures of  Sydney, Australia - Gallery 01
Images of Sydney - Gallery 2 Pictures of  Sydney, NSW - Gallery 02
Images of Sydney - Gallery 3 Pictures of  Sydney, NSW - Gallery 03
Images of Sydney - Gallery 4 Pictures of  Sydney, NSW - Gallery 04
Images of Melbourne Pictures of  Melbourne, Victoria
Images of Canberra Pictures of  Canberra, ACT
Other Australian Cities Brisbane, Port Arthur.
   

Australian Outback and Countryside Images

Images of Australian landscapes, beaches, Uluru (Ayres Rock), Olgas, The Blue Mountains, Port Stephens, Barrington Tops, Nambucca, Kakadu national park, Litchfield national park.

Coogee Beach at Dawn  Images of Sydney Countryside Pictures of  Sydney surrounds - Beaches, Cliffs, Landscapes
Images of New South Wales Pictures of  Bowral flower festival, Barrington Tops, Nambucca and Port Stevens
Images of The Blue Mountains Pictures of  The Blue Mountains, ~100Km west of Sydney

Images of Central Australia

Pictures of  Uluru, The Olgas in the Northern Territories
Images of Kakadu & Litchfield Pictures of  Kakadu and Litchfield National Parks in the Northern Territories
   

Australian Wildlife Images
 
Images of Australian wildlife including Koalas and Kangaroos.

Fluffy Koala! Australian Wildlife Pictures of Australian wildlife including Koalas and Kangaroos. Taronga Zoo, Sydney.
   
 

 

 


 
 

Australia

Australia consists of 6 states:  New South Wales, Victoria, Queensland, South Australia, Tasmania and Western Australia and 2 territories: ACT (Australian Capital Territory) and the Northern Territory.

Australia's greatest city is debatably Sydney, New South Wales.  It is located approximately two thirds of the way down the Eastern coast.  Sydney is the tourist and finance capital of Australia, and also its most populated city with around 4 million people.

Here you will find the largest and most beautiful natural harbour in the world, surrounded by forests, towering skyscrapers and monuments such as the Sydney Harbour Bridge, the Sydney Opera House, all within easy ferry rides to stunning beaches such as Manly.
 

Melbourne, Victoria, is steeped in history and is quite possibly Australia's cultural centre.  However, it doesn't offer the immediate 'Wow' factor of Sydney Harbour.

Fine restaurants and wineries can be found in and around Melbourne, and the atmosphere is far more relaxed and liveable than the bustling, frantic Sydney.
 

Canberra, situated near the centre of NSW, was purpose built to be the Federal capital of Australia and house the Federal Government ministers. 
 

 

Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

Australia's greatest city is debatably Sydney, state capital of New South Wales.  It is located approximately two thirds of the way down the Eastern coast.

Here you will find the largest and most beautiful natural harbour in the world, surrounded by forests, towering skyscrapers and monuments such as the Sydney Harbour Bridge, the Sydney Opera House and within easy ferry rides, stunning beaches such as Manly.
 

The Sydney Harbour Bridge is one of Sydney's most famous landmarks. It was completed in 1932 after approximately eight years of labour, and is known locally as the 'Coat Hanger'

Before the bridge was built,  the only links between the city centre in the South and the residential North were by small ferry's or by a 12 mile road journey 

Today, the walk across the East side of the Sydney Harbour Bridge is spectacular, affording great views of the towering city centre to the South.  A continuos procession of ships, ferries and yachts pass beneath, and the harbour opens out for miles in every direction.

Circular Quay is the cities central ferry port, nestling between the Sydney Opera House to the East, and the Bridge to the West.  Six ferry piers serve the continuous procession of ferry's in and out, destined for places such as Kirribilli, Darling Harbour, Taronga Zoo, Milsons Point and Manly beach.

The Quay area often has many street entertainers and is a great place to view both the Opera House and the Bridge.

The Eastern side of Circular Quay leads to the Sydney Opera House and Royal Botanical Gardens, which are well worth exploring. 

The Western side takes you to under the Harbour Bridge and then on to The Rocks, one of the oldest parts of Sydney, now rejuvenated as a tourist shopping district where Opal shops abound.  Many old  houses exist in this area, and guided walks can be taken to learn some of their history.

The Sydney picture gallery has images of the Sydney Opera House, the Sydney Harbour Bridge, Taronga Zoo, beautiful sunsets and sunrises over Sydney skylines, fireworks from new years eves of years gone by...  Sunny days, hazy days, mountains, waterfalls and colourful autumn scenes abound !

 

 

The Blue Mountains 

100 kilometres west of Sydney is one of the most spectacular sites NSW has to offer. The Blue Mountains, named such for the blue haze created by the Australian Native Eucalyptus trees that cover the mountain range, attracts tourists all year round due to the areas magnificent displays of colour throughout all four seasons in the year.

 

 

Litchfield and Kakadu National Parks

200 kilometres south west of Darwin is one of the most spectacular sites the Northern Territory has to offer - Litchfield National Park.  To the east of Darwin lies Kakadu National Park, famous throughout the world as an unspoilt natural wilderness.

 

 

Uluru (Ayres Rock) and the Olgas

Uluru, formerly Ayres Rock, is the worlds largest monolith, and can only really be appreciated by seeing it in person. The monolith extends some 600 metres below ground.

 
 

 

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