Australia and Oceania

Coober Pedy, South Australia


Coober Pedy, sitting in northern part of South Australia, gained the title “opal capital of the world” courtesy of great quantities of opal sourced in this region. Its aboriginal name “kupa-piti” meaning “white man’s hole” perfectly describes its renowned underground residences which makes Coober Pedy a unique and standout place.

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Top 10 Grand Boulevard in the World


Accentuated with glorified buildings, quaint shops, delightful cafes and perfectly-landscaped horse-chestnut trees, Champs-Elysees stretches its irresistible beauty from a public square called Place de la Concorde to a famous landmark, the Arc de Triomphe. In France, Champs - Elysees is regarded as the most upscale and high-end boulevard where prestigious and luxurious shops are seen in every turn.

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Sydney Opera House in Sydney, Australia


The Sydney Opera House is in Sydney, New South Wales in Australia. It sits in Bennelong Point in Sydney Harbor just near the Sydney Harbor Bridge. Being part of prestigious the UNESCO World Heritage List, Sydney Opera House reflects the masterpiece of contemporary architecture that is a must-see when touring Australia.

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Dent Island, Australia


Dent Island is located on Coral Sea in the Whitsunday Islands archipelago. The island is one of the several islands that make up Whitsunday Group. The island lies just in the immediate west of the relatively well known Hamilton Island.

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Hamilton Island, Australia


Hamilton Island is one of the most popular Islands in the Whitsunday largely because of being largest inhabitable island. Located in Queensland, Australia, the island was formed just like most of Whitsunday group of islands due to the rising of sea levels that created many drowned mountains which are situated very close to Australia’s east coast.

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