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1988: Sydney-Port Macquarie--Brisbane (World Expo) 2014: Sydney-Blue Mountains-Canberra (capital)-Mildura-Adelaide-Mc Laren Valley-Mt.Gambier-Melbourne-Hobart-Brisbane-Surfers Paradise-Cairns-Daintree Forest-Torres Strait Islands-Darwin-Broome-Exmouth-Ningaloo-Denham-Cataby-Perth-Wave Rock-Albany-Busselton (18,240km by public bus and campervan) 2019: Sydney-Lord Howe Island (UNESCO)-Wollongong-Jervis Bay Territory-Sydney-Alice Springs-Ayer's Rock (Uluru, UNESCO)-Brisbane-Charleville (Outback)-Byron Bay
Sydney: Opera House (UNESCO), Harbour bridge, Hyde Park barracks (UNESCO), Sydney Tower, Darling Harbour, Sydney Fish market, Bondi Beach, by Ferry to Taronga Zoo. Blue Mountains: Three Sisters Echo point lookout (UNESCO), Canberra: Parliament House, Willandra Lakes Region (UNESCO), Adelaide: Central market, South Australian museum-Lake Albert, Naracoorte Australian Fossil Mammal cave (UNESCO),Tasmania: Wineglass Bay, Bay of Fires,Tulip farms in Wynyard, Russell waterfalls. Western Australia: Broome: Cable beach, Ningaloo Marine Park (UNESCO) Turquoise Bay, Shark Bay (UNESCO), Fremantle: Prison (UNESCO), Market, Western Australian museum-Shipwreck galleries, The Wave Rock (350 km from Perth), Torndirrup National Park (blowholes), Valley of the Giants (Tree Top Walk), Busselton jetty, Lord Howe Island, Jervis Bay with Hyams and Greenfield beaches.Byron Bay: beach, village, lighthouse.