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Australia is the sixth largest country in the world. It's about the same size as the 48 mainland states of the USA and 50 per cent larger than Europe, but has the lowest population density in the world - only two people per square kilometre.

Australians are a nation of festival-goers, always keen to celebrate the nation's comedy and arts, food and wine, music and culture, sport and heritage. Sydney, Melbourne, Perth, Adelaide and Canberra each boast major arts festivals which spotlight the best in dance, jazz, theatre, opera.

Australians are among the most enthusiastic of participants and spectators in sport. Whether it's a casual game of beach volleyball, the emotion of an Aussie Rules football match or the excitement of the racecourse on Melbourne Cup Day, there is always an opportunity to join in the fun.

A vigorous and innovative landscape of performing arts covers the length and breadth of Australia. Nurtured in schools, Australian performing artists have the world as their stage, particularly in cinema. Indigenous music and dance, ballet, theatre, opera and rock 'n' roll all have their pride of place

Australia hosts many international exhibitions and trade shows every year, in a wide range of industries from medical to manufacturing, agriculture to leisure. Attending an international trade show as an exhibitor or a buyer could provide the perfect opportunity to visit Australia.

Clap sticks are the traditional percussion instrument of Aboriginal people and provide accompaniment for ceremonial song and dance. They consist of two sticks crafted from various woods and are played by striking one against the other to provide rhythm. One stick can also be beaten against another object such as the ground or a tree for a different sound. Used mainly during corroborees (gatherings) and social dancing, they are often the only instruments used to accompany singing. Played by both men and women, genuine clap sticks are widely available in traditional carved or painted styles.

Aboriginal weaving, known as 'buyu', has been practised for thousands of years and continues to use traditional designs and materials. Traditional woven items include dugout canoe sails, fishing nets, rope, fishing traps, string sculptures, ceremonial basketry and feather work, and contemporary items like woven floor rugs and basketry are also widely available. These items can be found throughout Australia from retail outlets to regional communities.

Buyer Information
While most traditional art is available online as well as at authorised outlets, authenticity is perhaps the most critical issue facing the industry. Without authentication from a reputable supplier, art purchased now may not appreciate in value in years to come. The National Indigenous Arts Advocacy Association Inc. represents and protects the rights of Indigenous people and ensures that you are buying the genuine product.

Bark Paintings
Part of the world's oldest continuous painting tradition, bark paintings generally depict native plants, animals or natural phenomena significant to Aboriginal culture. The bark used is from a tree species called Darwin stringy-bark, or eucalyptus tetrodonta. Most artists mix their own palettes from red, yellow and white oxides and ochres, to produce a dazzling range of greens, blues and mauves. The particular arrangement of colours is the trademark of each individual artist. Bark paintings are generally reasonably priced.

Beaches galore
Australia boasts over 7,000 beaches - more than any other nation.


Australia’s cities are destinations in their own right. Each offers the visitor a new experience. Some are known for their outdoor lifestyle, others for fabulous dining, fashion or art. Each has its own sense of history and charm. Sunny, sexy, sophisticated - Sydney is the shining star of the southern hemisphere. The stunning Sydney Opera House and Sydney Harbour Bridge are the pride and joy, but there’s much more. Further, north, don’t let Brisbane’s easy-going, subtropical ambience fool you. There is plenty to do and see. Melbourne, Victoria’s capital and cultural hub is known for the good things in life - fashion, food and sport. This is a city of style, architecture, trams and art. Canberra, the nation’s capital, is home to many of Australia’s most important public buildings and art works. On the west coast, Perth is a sophisticated, scenic city with plenty to do. Cool down with Swan River water sports, enjoy a glass of local wine or explore Kings Park. In South Australia, Adelaide nestles between sea and hills. It is a graceful city of wide streets and elegant buildings. Cultural pursuits are high on the agenda. In the Top End, Darwin is a vibrant, tropical capital city perched on a deepwater port, offering a blend of cosmopolitan and city pleasures. It also acts as a gateway to key natural and cultural attractions. And not to be forgotten is Hobart, island Tasmania’s capital, with its stunning harbour and historic buildings.

Food and Wine
Famous for award-winning epicurean icons as well as newer venues, Melbourne is always at the forefront of food fashion. Head out in any direction for a meal and you will come across a dining precinct with a distinctive culinary offering. Dining alfresco is popular at Southbank, where a diverse choice of restaurants fronts the Yarra. Cross the river to the bars and award-winning restaurants of the striking Federation Square, including Jacque Reymond’s Arintji. Head to the central Chinatown precinct to Australia’s most awarded restaurant, Flower Drum, and the iconic Mask of China and Bamboo House. And Victoria Street in Richmond is the place for pho and all things Vietnamese. Two Italian restaurants in the CBD are the venerable Grossi Florentino and Becco. Lebanese cuisine is the specialty of Greg Malouf’s MoMo, and Teague Ezard conjures original fare at adelphi. The NewQuay precinct at Docklands has outstanding new restaurants such as Live Bait. On Fitzroy Street in St Kilda, Café Di Stasio is a haven for pasta lovers, while the Melbourne Wine Room serves fine food at the George Hotel. Around the corner in Acland Street, Circa’s classic food reflects the interests of its British chefs, hopeful diners wait to be retrieved from the bar by the friendly staff at the ever-popular Cicciolina, and Donovans offers Italian fare beside the beach. Carlton’s Lygon Street area is famed for kerbside Italian dining, including Jimmy Watson’s and Brunetti. Vibrant Brunswick Street, Fitzroy, has the acclaimed Piraeus Blue, while Antipodes is a gem in the Greek precinct of Lonsdale Street. Alfresco eating at Williamstown, cafés in South Yarra and Prahran, and intriguing bars in city laneways make the options endless. Melbourne is home to many markets, including the legendary Queen Victoria Market, an institution since 1878. Choose from fresh produce, seafood, jewellery, clothing and authentic Australian souvenirs.

Games Melbourne will play host to the next major international sporting event, the 2006 Commonwealth Games. Its world-class venues will hold the majority of sporting action where athletes from 71 nations compete in 16 sports over 12 days.


The Melbourne 2006 Commonwealth Games sports program will include 12 individual and four team sports. Elite athletes from 71 nations compete for gold, but that's not all. Festival Melbourne 2006, an extraordinary program of performing arts, music and exhibitions, will also take place as part of the Melbourne 2006 Commonwealth Games

Exclusive Designers
Design talent in Australia is so diverse and exciting that it's difficult to single out just a few. However, Collette Dinnigan is one name that has made its mark not only in Australia but around the world and is a favourite of movie stars including Nicole Kidman. Famous for sensual fabrics, ultra-feminine embroidered designs and attention to detail, Collette Dinnigan clothing is much sought after. Designs by Akira Isogawa are equally in demand. Using gossamer-fine fabrics, Isogawa's style of wrapping, draping and styling long silhouettes, is highly individual.

Great Barrier Reef

It is the only living thing on earth that you can see from space so imagine what it is like face to face. Each of the hundreds of reefs and islands in the 2000 kilometre chain of the Great Barrier Reef is a world in itself, waiting for you to experience it close up. Rainforest-topped islands, edged with dreamy white beaches and fringed with coral await your casual exploration. Remote coral cays, untouched by human occupation, offer their silent encircling beaches. Hear native birds call from the rainforest canopy, climb the same lookouts as the first explorers, see dolphins and whales at play in the shelter of the reef. Captain Cook Cruises offers Great Barrier Reef and Cape York small ship cruises aboard MV Reef Endeavour. Departing Cairns Australia every week visiting Lizard Island, Dunk Island, Hinchinbrook Channel, Cooktown, Fitzroy Island, Ribbon Reef, Hedley Reef, Cape York and Thursday Island. A great way to see more of the reef and an exciting alternative to Cairns hotels and island resorts. Dive tour and honeymoon specials available. Group, incentive and charter specialist.

Weddings & Honeymoons
Romance requires a perfect backdrop, and when it comes to weddings and honeymoons, Australia's luxury resorts and grand country-house hotels will bring an extra touch of sparkle to make them unforgettable occasions.

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