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Gday, mate! Puttin a little shrimp on the barbie, eh?! Welcome to the land down under, where woman roll, and make thunder! Australia has much to offer than just aborigines, kangaroos, koala bears, and deserts. A popular activity in Australia is a term coined some time during the 1920s, called bushwalking. Separating the casual walker from the serious hiker, bushwalking is quite a treat, considering Australia has miles upon miles of wilderness areas, national parks, and a countryside with very little people inhabiting the areas, so you can wander abroad without disturbing any of the locals.
For the tourist that prefers driving over walking, as many might, there are also self-driving tours, allowing the visitor to travel where they feel to appease their adventurous appetite, rather than being led. Australias outback expanses for more than three-quarters of the immense island, so just hop in your 4-wheel-drive, and travel the number of scenic highway and roads.
The tropical coasts of Australia offer such water sports as diving, snorkeling, fishing, and surfing. For those that choose to stay on the dry land, at a leisure pace, Australia offers many beautiful golf courses, testing the skills of even the Tiger Woods wanna-bes!
Surprising enough for many, between the months of May and October, you can actually travel to the mountains of New South Wales and Victoria to hit the slopes.
For the hopeless romantic, Australia offers balloon rides, but for the rugged outdoorsy type, rafting might be right up your alley. Regardless of your preference of activity during your holiday, you can be sure that Australia is one island-continent that is guaranteed to keep you busy, if thats your forte, or grant you the relaxation time you know you so desperately deserve. Tally ho, mate!