Being the sixth largest nation in the world, Australia is crowned with best in the world ambiance, festivals, cultures, infrastructure and wild life. Out of three people who visit Australia, 2 decides to settle back in Australia because it just cant go off their spine. The cities are royal, rich and prosperous. With strong economy , students from all parts of the world come to this beautiful place to study and gain aesthetic international exposure. Australian, universities, employers compete with top notch countries giving them a strong emulation. Visit Australia and check out for your self, from the eyes of Bill Bryson and you will affirm that he was not wrong when he traveled here with hollow assumptions.



“The people are immensely likable— cheerful, extrovert, quick-witted, and unfailingly obliging. Their cities are safe and clean and nearly always built on water. They have a society that is prosperous, well ordered, and instinctively egalitarian. The food is excellent. The beer is cold. The sun nearly always shines. There is coffee on every corner. Life doesn’t get much better than this.” – Bill Bryson, In a Sunburned Country. Bill Bryson is the author of sunburned country where he has mentions about his journey through all parts of Australia. bill was very much fascinated with the majestic landmarks of Sydney , Perth and many other cities. The book talks about the splendor Australia possess with great people always welcoming new people into their surrounds. Australia has not just captivated normal people, but best selling authors like Bill Bryson, who did not resist praising the beauty of the cities of Australia.




Step into Melbourne and you cannot get out of this rich place so easily. You need to slow down your excitement, curiosity and spine to convince your emotions, body and soul to come out the city yet many failed to accomplish this. There is lot to love about Melbourne and one cannot just figure it out why with one single reason. Ask the locals and their spirit rises to outrageous excitement to brief you about what this great city has to offer. Talk about rich lifestyle and Melbourne comes to picture either it’s you, your neighbor, friends or colleagues. Locals are not much surprised about the fact that Melbourne is certainly the world most livable place. One can’t explain on single note about the great cultures, traditions and fests Melbourne clothes it with. If you want to talk about stability, healthcare, culture and environment, education and infrastructure – Melbourne would be the name to be ranked.

Melbourne Federation Square


Sydney is the place which has always attracted tourists from all parts of the world. Sydney has much to offer like Melbourne with few more attractions which only Sydney can offer. Sydney is Australia’s major city which has conducted several international sports events, theatre events, traditional fests and many more resonant events. With rich heritage and colorful atmosphere, Sydney has also proved its international image as a strong competition to other countries with its advanced technology, educational caliber and high quality infrastructure while other aspects being top notch and igniting. Sydney has always been proud for the first university being established here. May it be Sydney harbor, royal botanic gardens, opera house or Sydney Harbor Bridge, every place is a masterpiece. Being one of the most populous cities in Australia, this capital city of New South Wales has every reason to be praised, visited and cherished. When you come to visit Australia, make sure you have Sydney in the list for life gives you a chance to cherish golden moment and that happens right here –at Sydney.






Brisbane is the capital of Queensland and is often called the city for the senses; walking under impossibly blue skies around this walk-friendly city opens up a world of experiences. Brisbane is a cosmopolitan and lively city that is home to towering skyscrapers, beautiful parkland and even an artificial beach. Although close to the coast, Brisbane is a river city with the Brisbane River running through it. Surrounded by hills and majestic bridges, the city gives easy access to a number of attractions as well as the Gold Coast and the Sunshine Coast. During its early stages Brisbane was an agricultural and mining hub, until it eventually developed into the cultural and cafe filled city that it is today. Brisbane is now the third largest city in Australia with a population of about 1.6 million.



Adelaide is a civilised and calm city that is home to around one million people. It is the capital city of South Australia and the fifth largest city in Australia. The city is divided into two parts, Adelaide and North Adelaide, separated by Torrens River. Adelaide is surrounded by a diverse range of landscapes including lush green parkland, stunning Mount Lofty Ranges and white sandy beaches. Referred to as the wine and festival capital of Australia, Adelaide is a great place to experience the culture and lifestyle of Australia. The city is well planned, together with a range of historic buildings, wide streets, street cafes, restaurants and shops, it is one of the most majestic city in Australia. Just beyond the city is the picturesque Adelaide Hills, home to some of world-class wineries of the Barossa Valley.




Alongside the peaceful waters of the Swan River, twenty Kilometres inland of the Indian Ocean on the West Coast of Australia is located the city of Perth. The city was founded by Captain James Stirling 1829, as a free settlement colony. Today with its friendly and multicultural population, Perth continues to grow into Australia’s most distinctive and welcoming city. It is the capital of Western Australia and is apparently Australia’s sunniest capital. The city is situated on the west bank of the Swan River and is home to many great architectural landmarks, including The Perth Mint; the oldest operating Mint in Australia. The world renowned Perth’s Kings Park with its wonderful gardens, natural bush land and incredible flora and fauna is located just 1.5 km to the city centre, making Perth one of the most picturesque city in the world.



Tasmania’s capital city, Hobart is located on the Derwent River in the south and has most of Tassie’s tourist attractions a little over an hours distance.Tasmania is still Australia, but beguilingly and bewitchingly it’s just that little bit different. It’s compact enough to ‘do’ in a few weeks and layered enough to keep bringing you back. The island state produces gourmet food and wine, and a flourishing arts scene and a burgeoning urban cool point to a positive and vibrant future. A bushwalk along the Overland Track ,a cruise along Bruny Island and Mt. Field National Park are much loved attractions for Nature Lovers.




Darwin, a city on the edge of a harbour bigger than Sydney’s is a city that prides itself for its friendly laid back lifestyle that makes it a hot spot for people from all cultures. A modern sophisticated city that offers itself as a gateway to Asia. Being an established hub for the Norther Territory Commerce and Business makes it a world class attraction for tourism, nightlife and retail. Attractions like Deckchair Cinema, Charles Darwin National Park and Cullen Bay Marina makes Darwin a yearlong tourist favorite.