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This tract of the country is so little populated and so underexplored that most Aussies never contemplate coming here. Getting around is expensive, because the region is so vast. Near Kununurra, on the eastern edge of the Kimberley, is a 400,000-hectare (1-million-acre) cattle station, El Questro, where you can camp in safari tents (or stay in an upmarket—read: “expensive”—homestead). From Kununurra you can fly over or hike into the beehive-shaped rock formation of the Bungle Bungles, cruise on THE REGIONS IN BRIEF Fun Fact 29 Where to Cuddle a Koala Koalas might look soft and cuddly, but the reality is a bit different.

Sydney is also a good base for day trips or overnight excursions inland, especially to the scenic Blue Mountains and the wineries of the Hunter Valley. Farther afield, a string of quaint beachside towns stretches down the southern coast to Victoria. Along the north coast are remnant areas of rainforest and a more tropical air in the laid-back hangout of Byron Bay. The inland is dry and sparsely forested. Highlights include the mining town of Broken Hill (known for wildlife, art galleries, and Aboriginal influences), and Outback opal-mining towns White Cliffs and Lightning Ridge, which exist in a wacky underground world of their own.

There’s also a pretty good art collection. See p. 625. • National Museum of Australia (ACT): Using state-of-the-art technology and hands-on exhibits, Australia’s newest and most impressive museum concentrates on Australian society and its history since 1788, the interaction of people with the Australian environment, and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures and histories. See p. 626. S. and Canada, or 02/9241 1234 in Australia): You’ll have to book well in advance to snag a room at Sydney’s best-situated property, at the edge of the city’s historic Rocks district.

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