Australian Travel Directory and Tourism Maps
The States and Territories of Australia
Dive with the world’s largest fish - the whale shark, snorkel with manta rays, swim with wild dolphins, walk amongst the tree tops of ancient trees, sleep under a canopy of stars in the desert, or explore the beehive-like formations of the Bungle Bungles with the help of an Aboriginal guide.
Looking for a great holiday destination where you can get the big city buzz plus great beaches, outdoor lifestyle and World Heritage national parks? New South Wales, the oldest and biggest state in Australia, is just the place.
Equivalent in size to France, Italy and Spain combined, the Northern Territory is blessed with a variety of natural landscapes. Some of the Northern Territory’s iconic wonders include the World Heritage-listed National Parks Kakadu and Uluru-Kata Tjuta (Ayers Rock).
Queensland is Australia's second largest state measuring more than 1.72 million square kilometres, 25% of Australia's land mass, which is four times the size of Japan, nearly six times the size of the UK and more than twice the size of Texas in the US.
Take a morning dip with dolphins just 20 minutes from your hotel in Adelaide`s city centre. Drink wines loved the world over in Barossa, Coonawarra and the Clare Valley.
Separated from mainland Australia by the 240 kilometres (150 miles) stretch of Bass Strait, Tasmania is a land apart - a place of wild, mountainous and beautiful landscapes; friendly and welcoming people.
Discover the diversity and beauty of Victoria`s regions. From the world-class wineries of the Yarra Valley to the mineral springs of Macedon Ranges and Spa Country, the coastal villages of the peninsulas to alpine towns in the High Country, the state of Victoria has something for everyone.
So you’ve heard of Canberra and you know it’s Australia’s capital, but as a traveller, what can you do here? This young, lively city offers a friendly, laid-back atmosphere with more than enough to keep you busy for days on end.