Australia reminded me of Nepal in so many aspects: location, culture, scenery, food etc but I think everyone who has been to both countries can relate to this.

Posted by dagie howard, 28th September 2007

If anybody is going to go Scuba Diving, DO NOT GO VIA CAIRNS - I am a Scuba Diving Instructor and if you want the best enjoyment out of the Great Barrier Reef, go via Port Douglas on a boat called SilverSwift. It is a little more expensive, but I promise you all it will be worth the extra money. It takes you to the Ribbon Reefs which is the only place in the world where a Reef has formed on the continental shelf. One of the top dive sites in the world!

In Brisbane I went to The Family nightclub, in my opinion it's the best nightclub in Australia - the atmosphere is awesome every night!

Perth isn't the best, it rains a lot. It's a big town basically. Nothing special, apart from the ladies.. Never in my life have I seen so many hot ladies in one place in all my life..

In Total - 10 out of 10 - Am going back

Posted by Thomas Paris, 29th August 2007

Australia is awsome! The people are so friendly and the boys are so hot! Adelaide was the best place i had so much fun while other places had great sights eg the harbour bridge adelaide was just so amazing! I love Adelaide!!!!

Posted by Alicia Golding, 15th March 2007

Austrlia was such a fantastic place. Everywhere you went there were different cultures. Northern Territory was the best for me followed by a 4 day scuba dive on the Great Barrier Reef!!

Posted by Stephanie Peters, 28th December 2006

australia was fantastic, although not the cheapest of places. the sights were amazing, from harbour bridge to alice springs i enjoyed every minute. a must for anyone. any backpackers should make byron bay a priority.

Posted by samantha Hins, 14th December 2006
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