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Wine Shop in Australia

Wine Shop in Australia

One of the most urbanised countries in the world, Australia, is known for its natural wonders. From never-ending coastline to desserts, the ‘Outback’, and the diverse flora & fauna—the island country is abundantly blessed with the gifts of nature. Quite young when compared to other wine producing countries, Australia has over the years earned a great reputation in the industry ranking as the fifth largest exporter of wines globally.

Some of the places here have been recognised worldwide for producing the finest wines. Of this, South Australia alone accounts for 50% of the total produce. The regions lying around the state’s capital Adelaide are considered to be the country’s gems. Other states like New South Wales (capital Sydney), Western Australia (capital Perth), Victoria (capital Melbourne) and the island Tasmania are equally famous—worth a visit for every wine aficionado!

Adelaide

The capital city of South Australia, Adelaide is home to more than 75% of the state's population. The city was founded in 1836 to become the planned capital of the freely settled British province in the country. Today, many governmental and financial institutions have their bases in Adelaide. The city also hosts a number of festivals, sporting events, and more annually.

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Brisbane

Brisbane, the capital of Queensland, is the third most populous city in Australia. It's one of country’s oldest cities and was Named after the Brisbane River that runs through it. Its Queenslander architecture forms the city's heritage.

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Canberra

Canberra is the capital, the largest inland city, and the eighth-largest city of Australia. Situated within New South Wales, South-West of Sydney, and North-East of Melbourne, Canberra has been the capital of Australia for more than 100 years. It is also regarded amongst the most beautiful, secure, clean and hospitable capital cities in the world.

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Gold Coast

Explored in May 1770 by Lieutenant James Cook, the Gold Coast is located South of Brisbane on Australia’s East Coast. Popular across the world for its long sandy beaches, surfing spots, inland canal systems and waterways, the Gold Coast’s also home to popular theme parks including Sea World, Dreamworld, and Wet’n’Wild. This Queensland city has got hiking trails crisscross Lamington National Park’s mountain ridges and valleys, and is home to rare birds and a rainforest too.

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Melbourne

Melbourne is the capital and also the most populous city in the state of Victoria. Located along the large bay of Port Philip, the city is a leading financial centre in the Asia-Pacific region. It is also a recognised UNESCO City of Literature, while also being a popular hub of street art, music, and theatre. In 2017, Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) rated Melbourne as the world's most livable city for the 7th year in a row.

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Perth

Perth, the capital city of Western Australia, was founded in 1829 to be made the administrative centre of the Swan River Colony. Despite being a capital, the city is often regarded among the world's most isolated major cities. More than 3 million tourists flock the city boundaries of Perth every year.

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Sydney

The metropolis of Sydney is the most populous city in Australia. This higher order city is home to a number of residential, commercial, institutional, entertainment and other spaces, where people live, work or entertain themselves in multiple ways.

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