Situated within one of the world's most intriguing cities, epitomising the 'Australian' lifestyle, broadcast internationally, Bondi Beach is one of the most well known beaches in the world. The kilometre long stretch of golden beach, nestled in a sparkling bay, has long been celebrated for its iconic sun, surf, sand and community.
One of the strongest lights in Australia, Cape Byron Lighthouse stands on a rocky headland that juts into the Pacific Ocean. Cape Byron and the lighthouse are part of the 22,000 hectare Cape Byron Marine Park which combined with the town of Byron Bay, make for one of Australia's favourite touring destinations.
The Perisher Valley ( 5643ft or 1720m high), named as such around 1840, yields some of the world's best snow fields every year. The first ski lodges opened in 1951 and as time passed and the reputation of this Australian landmark grew so too did the number of skiers and along with them the facilities to cope with the influx.
The Sydney Harbour Bridge sometimes called 'the Coat Hangar', spans Sydney Harbour, also known as Port Jackson, in New South Wales. Getting to the bridge is quite easy as it is an integral part of Sydney's transport infrastructure. Trains, buses, motor vehicles and pedestrians all rely on the bridge to travel between north and south Sydney.
Sydney Opera House is not only Australia's most famous landmark, this unique structure is one of the world's most instantly recognisable and iconic buildings. In 1956 the New South Wales Premier announced a competition to design an opera house for Sydney. Jørn Utzon had his extraordinary design declared the winner on January 29, 1957.
In the Blue Mountains of New South Wales sits a great many Aussie Landmarks. The most famous of which is commonly known as The Three Sisters, this stunning rock formation is over 900 meters tall or 3000ft. As water regularly runs down the rock formations, it is plausible that some day the sandstone natural pillars will no longer be there.