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The best introduction to the Australian culture is learning about Australia 's original inhabitants, the Aborigines. Believed to be one of the oldest cultures on earth, many areas in Australia allow visitors to witness the Aboriginal culture.
On Cairns northern beaches, visitors witness theatrical performances by the Aborigini, after a train ride through tunnels and dense rainforest area. Australia 's Red Centre is home to world known Ayer's Rock.
allow visitors to walk around with a guide and learn more about the Aboriginal culture. Cultural excursions, in Australia , are not limited to its original inhabitants.
In addition to Ayer's Rock
, it is likely that the Sydney Opera House is equally recognizable as one of the most famous places in Australia . Sydney Opera House is listed on the UNESCO World Heritage Site and bustling with opportunities to learn, about the building itself, or witness a performance. Go backstage, in areas rarely seen by the public, for a behind the scenes look at were its performers call home.
Take a walk and learn about the buildings history and construction, as well as the day-to-day operations of this famous Australian location. If you wish to combine history and culture, take a southward journey through Melbourne
and learn about gold mining in the 1850's with a day tour of Historic Barrat. The Blue Mountains
, just outside Sydney were originally Australia 's famous outback, in the Blue Mountains , which was originally settled in the early 1800's.
The Blue Mountain region of Australia was home to gold prospectors and history abounds in the area. If you are a history buff, travel on a southward journey through Melbourne and learn about gold mining in the 1850's with a day tour of Historic Barrat. Hobart is equally fascinating, giving visitors an idea of the dramatic life of convicts 200 years ago at Port Arthur Historic Site.
This penal colony was developed using inmate labor and has a fascinating history. Tours available, at Port Arthur
Historical Site include trips the Point Puer Tour where young boys were treated as convicts and the Isle of the Dead Tour which includes a trip on the ferry to the convicts cemetery.