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==Other destinations==
 
==Other destinations==
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* [[Blue Mountains]] — a mountainous region in New South Wales, including the Three Sisters
 
* [[Blue Mountains]] — a mountainous region in New South Wales, including the Three Sisters
 
* [[Dandenong Ranges]] — these beautiful ranges offer world class gardens and the picturesque villages of Mt. Dandenong
 
* [[Dandenong Ranges]] — these beautiful ranges offer world class gardens and the picturesque villages of Mt. Dandenong
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* [[Kakadu National Park]] — outback adventure travel, aboriginal culture and nature activities in the Northern Territory
 
* [[Kakadu National Park]] — outback adventure travel, aboriginal culture and nature activities in the Northern Territory
 
* [[Katherine#Nitmiluk National Park|Nitmiluk National Park]] — the amazing Katherine Gorge, close to the town of Katherine
 
* [[Katherine#Nitmiluk National Park|Nitmiluk National Park]] — the amazing Katherine Gorge, close to the town of Katherine
* [[Gold Coast]] — beachside and national park playground south of Brisbane]
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* [[Sunshine Coast (Queensland)|Sunshine Coast]] and [[Gold Coast]] — beachside and national park playgrounds north and south of Brisbane]
 
* [[Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park]] — Uluru (also known as ''Ayers Rock'') and Kata Tjuta (''The Olgas'') are iconic rock formations in the Red Centre
 
* [[Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park]] — Uluru (also known as ''Ayers Rock'') and Kata Tjuta (''The Olgas'') are iconic rock formations in the Red Centre
 
* [[Watarrka National Park]] — most famous for Kings Canyon, a mighty chasm reaching a depth of 270 metres
 
* [[Watarrka National Park]] — most famous for Kings Canyon, a mighty chasm reaching a depth of 270 metres
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* '''Wilson's Prom''' – magnificent white sandy beaches and rock formations. Great scenic walks though natural bush to hidden beaches, all very doable in a day's walk, while same can include a camp overnight along the way.
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*[[Phillip Island]] – site of the Fairy Penquin parade each evening
  
 
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