Nearly a third of all Australians live in New South Wales (NSW), with more than 275 different languages spoken and 144 religions practised. The state comprises stunning geographical sections from its coastlines, mountains and Central/ Western plains.
Queensland is famous for its pristine beaches and tropical islands. Over 200 national parks cover more than 6.5 hectares across the state, plus there are lush mountainous rainforests, bushlands and creeks and flat table lands perfect for farming.
South Australia is known for it’s wine. The Barossa Valley is Australia’s richest and best-known wine region. Premium wines, five-star restaurants and cellar doors abound among the hills and vineyards. It is also home to Kangaroo Island, an internationally renowned wildlife haven.
Tasmania is an island state of Australia and is widely known for having the cleanest air in the world, and the best scenery and the richest history compared to other states in Australia.
Victoria is famous for the Great Ocean Road, a stretch of road that takes in some of the most stunning coastline, national parks, enchanting towns and unspoilt areas that you will experience anywhere in the world.
Western Australia is incredibly vast and diverse; as the largest state, it covers nearly one-third of the country. From baffling rock formations and ancient Aboriginal sites to sweeping green vineyards of world-class wineries and unbelievably clear ocean waters, Western Australia is the land of endless exploration.