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Australia is the smallest continent and one of the largest countries in the world. This country is surrounded by the Indian Ocean and the Pacific Ocean. It has so many beaches that if you go to a new beach every day, it’ll take you 27 years to visit all of them. But do you know it was illegal to swim on public beaches in Australia for 60 years? Australia, a country famous for its exotic wildlife, has approximately 516 national parks. This is the only country where you can admire cute and cuddly marsupials like koalas, quokkas, wombats, and kangaroos. Though approximately the world’s 17 poisonous snakes are also found in Australia. This beautiful country homes the largest fence in the world, which is surprisingly longer than the Great Wall of China. With Sydney and Melbourne being the main attraction of Australia, there are places like Hobart, Kangaroo Island, and many more that are worth exploring. Check out our list of best places to visit in Australia.

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