LOCATIONSAustralia is a unique destination for stills photography. Our cities are vast and varied and our buildings range from historic to contemporary. With more than 550 national parks and 10,000 beaches, be it clear turquoise waters, white sandy beaches, snow-capped mountains, salt-encrusted lakes, rolling countryside or turquoise seas, you’ll find it here.
The continent of Australia provides a diverse range of breathtaking scenery and fantastic climatic conditions. From the tropical regions of the north, to the desert expanses of the interior, or the temperate regions of the south, we have a range of climatic zones to meet almost any brief and conditions.
Our professional network of location scouts and managers are experienced, reliable and familiar with the geographical regions of our vast country. If you would like any further information on any locations or destinations within Australia, please do not hesitate to contact us on +61 2 9516 5955 or via email firstname.lastname@example.org
SOME FACTS ABOUT AUSTRALIA
• Australia is the sixth largest country in the world. It's about the same size as the 48 mainland states of the USA and 50 per cent larger than Europe, but has the lowest population density in the world - only two people per square kilometre.
• Australia’s coastline stretches almost 50,000 kilometres and is linked by over 10,000 beaches, more than any other country in the world. More than 85 per cent of Australians live within 50 kilometres of the coast.
• Sydney Harbour is the largest natural harbour in the world.
• The Australian Alps, or Snowy Mountains as they are also known, receive more snow than Switzerland.
• Australia is the driest inhabited continent on earth, only Antartica is drier. About 35% of the continent is desert.
• Lake Eyre in South Australia is the largest lake in Australia and is Australia's lowest point at 15 metres below sea level.
• The Nullarbor Plain extends for 2,000km across the southern parts of South Australia and Western Australia and includes the longest section of straight railway track in the world (478km) and the longest straight section of tarred highway in the world (146.6km).
• The Great Barrier Reef off the coast of the state of Queensland is the largest coral reef in the world - more than 2,300km long, and can be seen from space.
• Fraser Island, located just off the south coast of Queensland is the largest sand island in the world.
• The state of Tasmania has the highest number of rain days per year - over 150 days.
• Mainland Australia's most easterly point is Cape Byron (Byron Bay) in New South Wales, the most westerly point is Steep Point (Shark Bay) in Western Australia.
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