Uluru (Ayers Rock) is one of Australia's most recognisable natural icons. The world-renowned sandstone formation stands 348 m high above sea level with most of its bulk below the ground, and measures 9.4 km in circumference. Uluru appears to change color as the different light strikes it at different times of the day and year.
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Australians are swimming and snorkelling to vote for the New7Wonders of Nature at the world’s most remote polling boot on the Great Barrier Reef. The booth was set up on the tiny sandbank island of Upolu Cay, 30 kilometres northeast of Cairns, by Tourism Australia to promote voting for the Great Barrier Reef and Uluru...
The Australian government agency responsible for marketing the country as a travel destination, Tourism Australia, has launched a Facebook application to generate support for Uluru and the Great Barrier Reef Finalists in the New7Wonder of Nature campaign. The app invites fans of the SeeAustralia Facebook page to upload images and stories about Uluru and the...
It's Australia Day today and to mark the occasion, Tourism Australia and Bay of Fundy Tourism have come together in a marvellous example of trans-national cooperation. Terri McCulloch, Executive Director, Bay of Fundy Tourism, waves the flags of both countries.
During the 25th season premiere of her TV show, Oprah Winfrey gave 300 viewers the surprise of their lives. ''You're going to Australia! We are going to Australia! You and you and you are going to Australia.''