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Australia’s size and remoteness deter many people from exploring it. However, properly set up and equipped, and armed with common sense and a little background knowledge, every intending traveller can explore the country’s huge open space.
Travelling by a campervan hire in New Zealand is a great option. There are no restrictions other than those you impose on yourself, you have freedom of the open road. You get every opportunity to look for and plan for your road trip. We make sure that you take home memories of one of the greatest holidays ever! If you’re thinking about campervan hire New Zealand, Wicked Campers rental New Zealand offers you the best.
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New South Wales offers a variety of splendid landscapes, good climate, roads and ease of travel to the many cities, towns and resort areas make it ideal of touring in your campervan.
The particular Australian Capital Territory, the actual ‘Heart from the Nation’, is the inexpensive, ethnical and politics neural center connected with Sydney.
Queensland, the ‘Sunshine State’, is situated in the subtropical and tropical belt of north-east Australia and offers a wide variety of attractions. These include the wonders of the Great Barrier Reef, the delightful resort towns and islands along the coast, tropical rainforests, striking outback landscapes, gemfields, Aboriginal cave and rock paintings, huge sheep and cattle stations, immense mining fields and unique river, estuary and open-water fishing grounds.
The climate and seasons of Australia are opposite to those in the Northern Hemisphere.
Australia has a diverse and unique natural environment with some the last undeveloped wilderness areas left in the world. The contrast of the landscape varies from immense desert regions to impressive alpine mountain snowfields; from rainforests dominated by huge trees to the numerous tropical islands and coral reefs of the Great Barrier Reef. Surrounding this great land is vast coastline, stretching for some 36735 kilometres and made up of sandstone cliffs which resemble gothic grottoes, the fingerprints of storm and wind, and golden beaches that stretch for many miles at a time.