Bordering two fantastic beaches, the city has some great surfing spots in and around the area with a lovely backdrop in the form of the verdant Illawarra Escarpment.
The capital of Australia is a city that is a fantastic place to visit.
Despite its small stature, the city has some nice colonial architecture and a lively arts and food scene.
Apartment blocks tower above the city´s almost endless array of beaches, with Surfers Paradise being the most popular of them all.
The only living thing on Earth visible from space is the world's largest reef system with 400 different types of coral and 1,500 species of tropical fish.
Uluru, or Ayers Rock, is a sandstone monolith sacred to some. It's famed for the different hues that bathe it, particularly at sunrise and sunset.
The bay has many shallow peninsulas and is home to dugongs, as well as many threatened species, dolphins and the world's most diverse seagrass.
A three-hour drive north of Perth, these limestone formations were created 30,000 years ago when the receding ocean left deposits of seashells on the shore.
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