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Sydney

Level 10,
160 Sussex Street,
Sydney 2000 NSW


Phone:
+61 02 8265 3200
Fax:
+61 02 9283 3646

Melbourne

Level 7,
399 Lonsdale Street,
Melbourne VIC 3000


Phone:
+61 03 9603 5333

Brisbane

Level 2,
126 Margaret St,
Brisbane City QLD 4000


Phone:
+61 7 3210 7450

Email:
info@eca.edu.au

International Student-Explore other areas of Australia

Whilst Sydney boasts a wide range of sights to see, Australia has a diverse range of climates and cities which offer a range of different experiences. Country Sydney offers many coastal towns to visit, the beautiful Blue Mountains, beautiful countryside with a range of experiences on offer, many students like to visit other places throughout Australia.

Beautiful QLD offers a wide range of experiences, Surfers Paradise offers many fun things to do and some spectacular beaches, many fun parks such as Seaworld just to name a few places. The Sunshine Coast offers a range of things to do including, local markets, great beaches, fun parks and glistening golden beachers.

The Great Barrier Reef is host to beautiful marine life, for snorkelers and divers alike and wonderful island experiences, situated not to far from Cairns and Townsville great climate and beautiful coastlines, well worth a visit.
Check the QLD tourism website for more information. http://www.destinationqueensland.com/

Cosmopolitan Melbourne boasts a wide range of fashion, great places, art, café lifestyles and so much more. Enjoy an explosion of culture or experience some of the coastal areas such as the Great Northern Road or enjoy gold mining in Ballarat, beautiful mountains, or the hustle and bustle of the city life.
Check the Victorian tourism website for more information.http://www.visitvictoria.com/

Interested in Australian indigenous heritage? Visit beautiful Northern Territory boasting the majestic Ayres Rock (Ullaru) or the Olgas, many beautiful untouched wildlife living in one of the many national parks available to visit. The range of stunning beaches in the Darwin area and great places to dine, dance or relax, make it an ideal destination for sun lovers.
Check the NT tourism website for more information. http://www.tourismnt.com.au/

South Australia, also known as the city of churches offers beautiful beaches, majestic mountains, wonderful wineries, opal mines and spectacular coastal views. Fly direct to Adelaide airport or take the coastal drive from Melbourne to enjoy some of the unspoilt views on offer.
A relaxed pace, Adelaide offers many sites to see and things to do, a great place to relax and enjoy.
Check the SA tourism website for more information
http://www.southaustralia.com/

Western Australia and Perth its capital city are widely known throughout the world for hosting the Americas Cup, this unique city offers both beaches and a mix of city life. Perth is another harbour city, boasting beautiful views, sandy beaches, glorious sunsets and an easy lifestyle, taste the stunning wines available or laze around getting a great tan.

WA offers unique experiences such as the famous Margaret River or Broome, located in the North, and many beautiful coastal spots to explore.

Check the WA tourism website for more information

http://www.westernaustralia.com/au/Pages/Welcome_to_Western_Australia.aspx

Canberra our capital city offers many museums, a great zoo and is the political capital of Australia. Offering a range of places to dine out, nightlife and stunning national parks to visit, Canberra is truly a unique place to visit. Located approximately 3 hours drive from Sydney, it offers a different climate and atmosphere to Sydney.Check the Canberra tourism website for more information http://www.visitcanberra.com.au/

Tasmania is located further south of Melbourne, and offers a lush countryside, relaxing views and a cooler climate then most areas of Australia. This large Island offers some of the most amazing cuisines, has an amazing history and great historical sites to visit. Whilst its local atmosphere is endearing, there are many things to do for the adventurer.

Check the Tasmania tourism website for more information http://www.discovertasmania.com/