From rainforests to deserts, mountains to coral reefs, all of which contain their own unique flora and fauna, Australia is one of the world's natural wonders.
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Australia’s landscapes are incredibly diverse and include a huge variety of habitats, including tropical rainforests, deserts, rivers, mountain ranges and marine systems.
Having followed their own evolutionary paths during 50 million years of isolation, an overwhelming variety of strange, unique plant life throngs the continent, especially in the country’s 500 national parks and 16 UNESCO World Heritage Sites, while spectacular geological formations shape the terrain.
Similarly, Australia is an absolute heaven for wildlife enthusiasts, particularly as many of the occasionally quirky species are unique to the country.
Seeing a kangaroo larger than yourself suddenly stand up just a few metres away, disturbed from his sunbathing, or swimming with sealion pups and whale watching in South Australia’s Baird Bay are inspiring experiences. Wombats, echidnas, wallabies and koalas can all be seen in abundance in havens such as the wonderful Cradle Mountain and Maria Island National Parks in Tasmania.
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