The Most Famous Tourist Attractions in Australia

There are 8 comments on the Buzzle.com story from Dec 2, 2010, titled The Most Famous Tourist Attractions in Australia. In it, Buzzle.com reports that:

Australia is a fabulous land which boasts numerous world-famous attractions. Australia Tour is bound to be a unique experience.

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Since: Jan 11

Coralville, IA

#22 Jan 18, 2011
To whoever said something about Australians having no culture... hello, what!? Are you kidding me? What about the Aboriginals who've been there for thousands and thousands of years. So much history there and it's just such a shame that situations they're in at the moment. England and the English immigrants that migrated there and are now Australians should be ashamed of themselves :(
whitton

Sydney, Australia

#23 Jan 24, 2011
The Big Funnel Web on the Warrego Highway just before the Gatton turnoff.
Phill

Blackburn, Australia

#25 Apr 24, 2011
Mr Humbert wrote:
Sydney Opera House-grotesque edifice overrated
Great Barrier Reef- One of the worlds wonders
Blue Mountain-Not as nice as LA mtns and they suck
Ayers Rock- a big rock 2000 miles from nowhere?
Australian tourism is an oxymoron. No culture, no infrastructure, no customer service AND the GOD AWFUL ANTIAMERICAN Australians.
Americans that travels to Australia are either the super rich or the woefully ignorant. Great Barrier Reef would be the place to go though.
Hey Humbert

We dont want you here anyway coz your a nob!
Phill

Blackburn, Australia

#26 Apr 24, 2011
julyflame wrote:
To whoever said something about Australians having no culture... hello, what!? Are you kidding me? What about the Aboriginals who've been there for thousands and thousands of years. So much history there and it's just such a shame that situations they're in at the moment. England and the English immigrants that migrated there and are now Australians should be ashamed of themselves :(
Well thats a rediculous statement!
Maybe you could say that about SOME people in the past.
But to say that Australians in general should be ashamed is
a bit of a overstatement. I dont feel a bit ashamed because
ive never done anything to harm the aboriginies.
Some Australian guy

Adelaide, Australia

#27 Apr 24, 2011
julyflame wrote:
To whoever said something about Australians having no culture... hello, what!? Are you kidding me? What about the Aboriginals who've been there for thousands and thousands of years. So much history there and it's just such a shame that situations they're in at the moment. England and the English immigrants that migrated there and are now Australians should be ashamed of themselves :(
This moment their in right now will never end and i feel no shame.

Ta ta now little man.
Turkey Travel

Ankara, Turkey

#29 Jul 21, 2011
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Since: Apr 11

Roma, QLD

#30 Jul 21, 2011
julyflame wrote:
To whoever said something about Australians having no culture... hello, what!? Are you kidding me? What about the Aboriginals who've been there for thousands and thousands of years. So much history there and it's just such a shame that situations they're in at the moment. England and the English immigrants that migrated there and are now Australians should be ashamed of themselves :(
That's called prehistory, Australia's history only started when the White man showed up.
Fair

Australia

#31 Jul 23, 2011
Every north American and European I know or briefly acquaint with absolutely adores Australia as a holiday or professional work destination.

Europe is dying a long and slow death. Overcrowded and economically doomed. Australia is still a land of opportunity.

Tourists should realise that australia's main attractions are it's extremely diverse ecosystems, flora and fauna, it's beach culture and ultra-modern living in the cities + it's largely warm and positive people.

The Great Barrier Reef is truly amazing. Weeks visiting the islands of Queensland is highly recommended. Australia has many beautiful coastal towns/cities though. The people make travelling Australia a wonderful experience.

Just because Australia doesn't have 2000 year old castles or ancient pyramids, there's no need to scoff at this newly settled nation.

If one wants to completely refresh, relax, experience the good outdoor's life + vibrant, fun cities, visit. I have never met a foreigner who disliked their time in Australia. Indeed, most wish they lived here.

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