There is no way to tour the land down under and not be amazed by its dazzling scenery, epic sights and unique wildlife. It is like no other place on earth. Its huge size means it has an extraordinary sweep of landscapes, its diversity ranging between rain forest and tropical beaches, sun-scorched desert and glittering cities bathed in sunlight. Its terrain is also perfectly suited for growing grapes that produce some seriously good wine, and it also has some of the world's leading diving opportunities. Due to the country's vast size there are several international airports handling flights to Australia, including Sydney Airport, Melbourne Airport, Brisbane Airport and Perth Airport. Major airlines operating flights there are Qantas Airways, Singapore Airlines and Virgin Australia.
Regularly coming out on top as one of the best cities in the world to live, Australia's capital, Canberra, is also the country's administrative centre. It boasts a range of interesting sights such as the contemporary Parliament House and National Gallery, which displays collections of indigenous art. Sydney is the biggest and oldest city in Australia and is filled with iconic monuments like the Sydney Opera House. It enjoys year-round sunshine and a varied array of cultural highlights and top-quality restaurants. Melbourne, the country's second largest city, rivals Sydney with its thriving arts scene and cosmopolitan atmosphere. Away from the cities, visitors can experience natural wonders such as the Great Barrier Reef and the sacred Uluru, formed from spectacular red rock.