Kakadu | Great Barrier Reef | Fraser Island | Uluru | Sydney Opera House
These five films take you on a journey around Australia's most spectacular World Heritage Sites.
Kakadu rock art belongs to the oldest in the world. It dates back as far as 50,000 years. Kakadu is also the largest nesting place for birds in the southern hemisphere.
The Great Barrier Reef is the largest coral reef in the world. It stretches over 2300 kilometres and covers an area larger than Italy. It is truly a paradise under the sea.
Fraser Island is the largest sand island in the world. It was created by K'gari, a beautiful spirit woman who fell into a deep sleep and Yendingie transformed her into this beautiful island.
Uluru rises 348 metres out of the desert. For the Anangu, the Aboriginal people who live in this area, Uluru is a very spiritual and sacred place. Every cave, crevice and rock formation has its origin in the Tjukurpa, the Creation Time.
Sydney Opera House is one of the great artistic and architectural monuments of the twentieth century. When your eyes follow the sails into the sky, you are moved by the perfect harmony of the opposing forces of this building.
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