By RYAN DUNCANThe world’s greatest inland city in the world, Sydney has been the backdrop to a huge range of iconic scenes.
The city is also home to one of the most iconic Australian natural scenes: the Gold Coast, the Blue Mountains and the Great Barrier Reef.
The Gold Coast: A natural gem of AustraliaThe Great Barrier is one of Australias most recognisable natural wonders, and a place to visit if you’re in the region for work or a short break.
It’s also home for some of the world’s most famous tourist attractions, including the iconic Sydney Opera House and the iconic Gold Coast Hotel.
It’s a world-class tourist destination with a number of iconic buildings and historic sites to visit, but there’s also plenty to do around the Great Blue Heron.
To get there, take a ferry to the Gold Bridge, the only one of its kind in Australia, and make a dash across the bay to the city’s northern end.
On foot or by foot, you’ll pass by iconic Sydney landmarks including the Sydney Opera house, the iconic Royal Opera House, and the Sydney Harbour Bridge.
As you make your way through the city, stop for a quick coffee at a café near the water, and explore its many cultural institutions, such as the Great Gatsby and the Art Gallery of NSW.
A trip to the Great Bay is a great way to soak up the view, too, and even have a picnic in the park nearby.
South Australia: An inland paradiseA trip into South Australia is like a visit to a paradise, with some of Australia, particularly its north-east, particularly stunning.
You can enjoy breathtaking views of the Gold Fields, the Darling Downs and the Kimberley, as well as spectacular harbour views.
Just off the Goldfields, you can also get a taste of the region’s famous South Australian cuisine, which is also a popular destination for those wanting a quick fix in the area.
There are plenty of cafes and eateries around the city to meet the locals, and you can check out some of them for yourself.
The Darling Downs: The epicenter of the Australian dreamThe Darling and the Darling Harbour have become synonymous with the Australian way of life, and for good reason.
With its iconic architecture and beautiful harbour, the two-hour ferry ride from the Gold Rocks to Darling Downs can be a quick way to escape the hustle and bustle of Sydney.
If you’re not a fan of crowds, however, you should take a break on the Darling and take in the view from the harbour.
From there, head to the nearby city of Mildura to experience the natural beauty of the state.
Mildura: A romantic destinationIf you need to get away for a bit, head out to the beautiful state of Victoria, a beautiful country that has the most gorgeous coastlines in the country.
Victoria is a world leader in tourism, with the country’s most popular tourist destinations in Melbourne and Adelaide.
However, if you want to have a break, you’re able to visit some of Victoria’s historic towns.
Visit the historic town of Lismore, which has been around for almost 1,000 years.
Lismore: The perfect destination for a picnicThe beautiful and peaceful town of Mildurys history is well-known for its beautiful architecture and spectacular harbour.
If you want a break from the city of Sydney, head up to the town for a day trip.
Melbourne: The most popular city in AustraliaThe city of Melbourne is home to a wide range of interesting places to visit.
Whether you’re looking for a quiet day out in the city centre, or you want some of Melbourne’s best restaurants, cafes or museums, you’ve got plenty of places to explore.
At the top of the list is the city itself, where you can explore the city as a whole.
Visiting the historic Melbourne suburb of Darlinghurst is a perfect choice for a short walk.
In the area, you also have the opportunity to discover the surrounding towns, such the city-centre suburb of Southbank and the CBD’s eastern suburbs.
You can also head out on a boat tour of the water around the harbour, which can be quite scenic if you are lucky enough to find a small patch of water.
Boat tours can also be very popular, as you can see what’s around the corner and explore nearby beaches.
You might also enjoy a trip to Sydney Harbour, which offers spectacular views of Sydney Harbour in the harbour and surrounding area.