The official site of Australia's tourism board, Tourism Australia can be found at www.australia.com

Alternatively you can visit the official tourism sites of each state and territory at:

or for city specific information visit the official sites for; 

 most regional towns, or districts also run a tourism website under their district name for example:  NSW 

  • Far South Coast NSW calls itself Eurobodalla which includes Batemans Bay, Broulee, Moruya, Tuross Head, Narooma, and the Tilba region. A bit further south in NSW, they call themselves the Sapphire Coast.  If you Google the town you're looking for you will usually come up with a locality specific site. Best to use the Australian Google site www.google.com.au and select the Australian sites only option.

Much of the attractions in Australia are National Parks, or World Heritage areas.  You will often get excellent information from the website of the government parks department that runs them. You may be able to download park maps and guides or schedules for free ranger activities such as guided walks.

Many national parks are State run, however the Feds run Kakadu National Park (NT), Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park (NT), and Booderee National Park.  Booderee National Park is part of the Australian Capital Territory in Jervis Bay about 3 hrs south of Sydney. (The ACT has two unconnected sections one inland and one on the Coast).

Also very useful if you're planning to drive yourself. Motoring Associations offer useful travel planner tools. For example:

  • the NSW based National Roads and Motorists Assn (NRMA) Travel Planner is good.

Australian Government site with Comprehensive Listing of Tourist Information Weblinks for ALL States & Territories 

Other Links: These are some Inside Pages to Australian States and Territories that are not easy to find. New South Wales and Tasmania are the exceptions.  

Other Links:

These are some INSIDE CITIES links to the major cities across Australia. It will be easier to access them.