Australia's interior sports world famous sights like Kata Tjuta (the Olgas) and Uluru (Ayers Rock), but also less known places like
Simpson's Gap and the very scenic King's Canyon.
In the northeast you can see huge saltwater crocodiles around the Daintree
River, you can dive the Great Barrier Reef or ride the Scenic Railway to historic Kuranda.
The Atherton Tablelands west of Cairns
feature several nice waterfalls and hide huge figtrees.
The Whitsunday Islands provide some of nature's most beautiful sights.
If you head out to the outer reefs you may spot whales and hammerhead sharks..
Fraser Island is one big sand dune and
accessible only by 4WD or small planes.
Its beach has a total lenght of 120 km.
At Byron Bay you can visit Australia's most easterly
The famous Three Sisters are located in the Blue Mountains, just east of Sydney.
Sydney is a Australia's only metropole
with famous landmarks as the Opera House and Harbour Bridge.
the message near the lighthouse at Byron Bay
the Scenic Railway from Cairns to Kuranda
a wet landing at Hill Inlet Beach near the colorful Hill Inlet on Whitsunday Island
Southern Cassowaries can weigh up to 85 kg and inflict serious wounds with their dagger like claws
the red environment of Kata Tjuta, also known as the Olgas
tourists on the dangerous ascent of Uluru (Ayers Rock)
the famous Three Sisters in the Blue Mountains
a plane takes of at Fraser Island's beach. No rush, the beach is 120 km long
on the way out to Hardy Reef we are accompagnied by a pot of whales
the fish at Agincourt Reef are very colorful
King's Canyon is one of the most scenic places we have been
the trail to Simpson's Gap
the Daintree River is invested with salties, some measure up to 5 meters lenght
the Millaa Millaa Falls are the hallmark of the Atherton Tablelands
this is Sydney's hallmark building, the Opera House
Rainbow Lorekeets at South Molle Island wait for a handfet lunch