Tourism in Australia

There are thousands of national parks and wildlife reserves throughout Australia, including attractive and accessible forest reserves. Furthermore, outlying islands offer other national park opportunities for the wilderness traveler, including: Norfolk Island, Christmas Island, Pulu Keeling, Heard and McDonald Islands, and the Australian Antarctic Territories. One of the most famous of Australia’s geological treasures is Uluru, or Ayers Rock. Ayers Rock is a large sandstone formation in the Northern Territory and is sacred to the Pitjantjatjara and Yankunytjatjara, two aboriginal tribes in the area. Popular activities in Australia include spear fishing, scuba diving, surfing, hiking, sailing, cycling, trekking and horseback riding.

Tourism organisations in Australia
Australian Federation of Travel Agents Ltd
Australian Hotels Association
Australian Tourism Export Council
Balloon Adventures
Blue Mountains Tourism Ltd
Caversham Wildlife Park
Central Australian Tourism Industry Association
Crocosaurus Cove
Ecotourism Association
Hotel, Motel & Accomodation Association
Northern Territory Tourist Commission
NSW Council of Tourist Associations Inc.
Port River Dolphin Cruises
Professional Tour Guides Association of Australia Inc.
Queensland Tourist and Travel Corporation
Swan Valley Tours
Toowoomba Visitor Information Centre
Tourism Alliance Victoria
Tourism Australia
Tourism NSW
Tourism Queensland
Tourism Tasmania
Tourism Top End
Tourism Victoria
Tourism Western Australia