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Préparez votre voyage en Australie - Office du tourisme Australie

Préparez votre voyage en Australie - Office du tourisme Australie

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eVisitor online application Passport holders from the countries listed in the table below are eligible to apply for an eVisitor (subclass 651). Important: We recommend that clients hold a passport valid for at least six months. Start an application To start an online application you will need to login to your ImmiAccount. If you do not have an ImmiAccount you will be prompted to create one. You must add as much information as possible before you submit your application.

Museums in Sydney Things to Do in Sydney Winter is the busiest time for Sydney’s museums as entertainment-seekers flock indoors. Locals and visitors are rewarded by a number of high quality and innovative displays and exhibits from the likes of the Powerhouse Museum, the Australian Natural Maritime Museum and the Museum of Sydney. It's a great time to explore Sydney’s indoor offerings and with a number of highly fascinating museums to entertain you and your whole family, you’ll have great day-out options the whole season. Established in 1827, the Australian Museum was the country’s first museum featuring extensive collections of natural science and cultural artefacts. It has an international reputation for natural history and indigenous research, community programmes and exhibitions.Tyrannosaurs is the museum’s feature exhibition this winter.

Art Gallery of New South Wales - City Centre Attraction About Explore five levels of art at one of Australia's most popular art museums, located within beautiful parklands overlooking Sydney Harbour just 10 minutes walk from the city. See an extensive collection of Australian art, including one of the largest galleries of Aboriginal art in the country, alongside European masters, Asian treasures and leading local and international contemporary art. Enjoy refreshments in the award-winning restaurant or cafe, and pick up a unique gift from the Gallery Shop.

Road Signs Australia > our products > Traffic Signs > Australian Standard > Regulatory Signs regulatory signs are traffic signs intended to instruct road users on what they must or must not do in a particular circumstance. They are used to indicate or reinforce traffic laws, regulations or requirements which apply either at all times or at specified times or places upon a street or highway, the disregard of which may constitute a violation. T2 Building - Darlinghurst Attraction About Rennie's 'Always was, always will be' explores what it means to be an urban Aboriginal in contemporary Australian society. Rennie aims to bring this representation into a very public forum, a unique space that due to its diurnal patterns, allows it to be seen by a broad range of people.

Traffic signs There are four kinds of traffic sign in general use. The shape and colour of the particular sign will help you recognise whether it is a regulatory, guide or warning sign, or a hazard marker. More information is provided in the Introduction to traffic signs and their function. ( ) Regulatory signs In One Week in Australia 0Google + Impossible! Australia is so vast that in 1 week, you'll only be able to get in a small corner of it -- perhaps one city or a few of the natural wonders. Babinda Boulders near Cairns, Australia - Babinda Attractions: Rainforest Walks & Natural Swimming Holes Surrounded by lush rainforest, the Babinda Boulders is a popular swimming hole and tourist attraction south of Cairns. It is a classic example of the fast flowing tropical creeks in the area that are perfect for afternoon dips in the cool water to combat the tropical heat. A Swimming Hole at Babinda Boulders The creek is lined with huge boulders and the clear fresh water weaves between the obstacles to fill large pools where people can swim.

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