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Australia has two parts. The central and western areas of Australia are arid and flat with sparse populations, while the coastal parts of Australia are widely populated and thriving. Because of these differences many people visit Australia.

Now Australia is booming – the population is growing faster than any other wealthy nation, its multiculturalism is harmonious, and the array of things to visit is amazing. Australia has 25,800km of coastline and over 7,000 beaches so you are spoilt for choice when it comes to beach holidays. Yorke Peninsula on the south coast of Australia is a popular surfing spot and is near Kangaroo Island, one of the best places to spot these amazing marsupials.

You have to go into the outback at least once during your time in Australia, and Uluru (Ayers Rock) right in the centre of Australia is as good a place as any. Try to visit either at dawn or sunset when the shifting light dramatically changes the sacred rock’s colour and appearance.

For more natural phenomena, get over to Kakadu National Park in the north of Australia, the country’s largest park. Here you can touch rock that is 2,000 million years old, find seed pods not found anywhere else in the world, and discover new mammals and reptiles. How cool is that? There is also some rock art at nearby galleries.

For diving nuts, the Great Barrier Reef has to be explored. So huge, it is the only living thing visible from space, and is home to 1,500 species of fish, 400 types of coral and six types of turtle. If you have longed to swim with manta rays, this is probably the best chance you will ever get.

Australia is huge, and if you are planning to drive across it, remember the distances are much longer than you might anticipate. Book you flight to Australia with Vayama now!

Australian Etiquette Tips

Barbecues ("barbies") are a big part of Australian culture. If invited to a barbecue in Australia, you'll find that they're a fun and popular social gathering. In Australia, people will typically bring their own beer or wine for their own consumption, or at very informal barbecues, you may even be asked to bring your own meat for the grill

Those are just a few little guidelines on table manners in Australia, but below is a list of even more etiquette hints for your trip to Australia.

1. Dress Attire

  1. DO wear casual clothing if you're not going to a business function.
  2. DO wear the following attire for business functions: a dark business suit and tie for men or a skirt and blouse or a dress if you are a woman.
  3. DO expect more casual attire to be worn even for business meetings in cities like Brisbane or other tropical areas. You will see that in some of those areas, men will wear shirts, ties, and a pair of Bermuda shorts.

2. Table Manners

  1. DON'T put your elbows on the table when eating.
  2. DO indicate that you are full by putting your knife and fork parallel on your plate with the utensil handles facing right.
  3. DO bring your own beer at a restaurant. This is often shorted to BYOG, or bring your own grog. Except for more upscale restaurants, bringing your own beer is acceptable and cheaper. You will likely just have to pay a corking fee.

3. Tipping

  1. DO tip if you enjoyed the service, but a gratuity is usually included in your bill and tips are not expected.

4. Greetings

  1. DO greet with a smile and a handshake.
  2. DO feel comfortable being addressed by your first name, even right after meeting someone.
  3. DO expect a greeting such as "G'day" or "G'day mate!"

5. Visitors Etiquette

  1. DO expect a barbecue ("barbie") if invited to someone's home for a meal.
  2. DO bring your own wine or beer for yourself if going to a barbecue. Also, at more informal barbecues, you might be told to bring your own meat.
  3. DON'T be late if invited to dinner, and don't be more than fifteen minutes late if invited to a barbecue or a big party.
  4. DO call your host ahead to see if you should bring any food.
  5. DO offer to help with setting up or cleaning up.

You will find that people in Australia are very open-minded and understanding when it comes to people visiting from other countries. Over one-fifth of Australians were born to immigrant parents, making the country somewhat of a melting pot. Because of this, Australians are generally accepting of different cultures visiting their country. Do keep the above etiquette guidelines in mind, and enjoy the exotic animals, barbecues, and the sights on your trip to Australia!

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