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Australia, known as the Land Down Under, is a prime producer of exceptional grapes for wine, with more than 100 grape varieties, including renowned Shiraz, Chardonnay, and Cabernet Sauvignon.


As a new world wine producer, Australia has achieved remarkable success in prestigious international competitions. In the Decanter World Wine Awards of June 2023, Australian wineries secured an impressive 10 out of 50 awards, outshining thousands of entries worldwide.



The country's wine production is spread across 420,000 acres of land, divided into five distinct wine regions: New South Wales, South Australia, Tasmania, Victoria and Western Australia, each offering unique experiences.


​Australia's art scene is also highly regarded, with a rich history that spans thousands of years. Aboriginal art, also known as rock art, can be found throughout the country, with notable examples located in Uluru.


Most travelers will start their journey through Australia in Sydney. It offers iconic attractions such as the Opera House, Harbour Bridge, and the Museum of Contemporary Art. Nearby, Hunter Valley is a premier wine destination with more than 150 wine cellars.


​In South Australia, Adelaide was designated as the country’s only UNESCO City of Music in 2015. The Barossa Valley, a popular destination for wine connoisseurs, produces a significant portion of Australia's wine.  It’s best known for its elegant GSM blends.


For off-the-beaten-path experiences, Tasmania stands out with its distinct cool climate and unique wine styles. Tamar Valley, the largest wine region in Tasmania, is famous for exceptional Pinot Noir, while other areas focus on white and sparkling wines. Tasmania also offers cultural attractions such as the Museum of Old and New Art (MONA) and the Queen Victoria Museum and Gallery.


Despite being the smallest mainland state, Victoria offers incredible diversity in wine production. Melbourne is the heart of Victoria's art scene, featuring 19th-century architecture and cultural attractions such as the National Gallery of Victoria and the Melbourne Recital Centre. The Yarra Valley is world-renowned for its Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Shiraz; other notable wineries are located in Heathcote, Mornington Peninsula, and Rutherglen.


Western Australia's Margaret River region benefits from its proximity to the Indian Ocean, resulting in elegant Shiraz, Cabernet Sauvignon, and unique Sémillon wines. Perth, the capital of Western Australia, is home to the Art Gallery of Western Australia, housing an impressive collection of 18,000 art pieces. Further north in Western Australia is the exotic Kimberly region which will delight nature lovers.

​Beyond wine and art, Australia appeals to adventure seekers, wellness enthusiasts, surfers, divers, and beach lovers. The diverse landscapes and natural wonders make it an enticing destination for those seeking truly memorable experiences.

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