Melbourne is the 2nd largest city of Australia and also the sport´s capital of this sport´s minded nation. You´ll find for example the Formula 1 car races, the only Tennis Grand Slam of the Southern Hemisphere and the America's Cup for sailing here. West of Melbourne is the Great Ocean Road with beautiful views of the coast line and rock formations...
Sydney is one of the great cities in the world and this mainly thanks to the beautiful natural harbor. It is also the most populated city in Australia with a lot of immigrants who brought their own culture to down-under. Tourists will enjoy the walk on the Sydney bridge, the opera house and some beaches. Nearby is also the Blue Mountains...
The Great Ocean Road is a very scenic stretch along the souther ocean, south-west of Melbourne. Many surfers have a great time here. Famous are the Twelve Apostles rock formations in the water.
Cairns is close to the Great Barrier Reef and therewith a center for diving and excursions.
Uluru (Ayers Rock) is a huge monolyte. Only 10% is above ground, the rest is below. The Rock is sacred for the original inhabitants of Australia - the Aboriginals. Since October 2019 it is no longer possible to climb to the top.
The Daintree Rainforest is one of the last original rainforests in Australia and a UNESCO protected area.
Adelaide is the capital and largest city of Southern Australia. It can be the starting point for nearby wine degustation in the Barossa Valley as well as long distance train rides to Melbourne-Sydney or Darwin (the Ghan).
Brisbane is one of the 5 big Australian cities and the capital of Queensland. Lots of businesses, restaurants, bars and close to the Gold Coast. Great beaches, excellent surfing, mostly sunny year-round. Have not seen a koala or kanguru nearby? Visit Lonepine sanctuary... Note that Brisbane has 2 airports for easy access.