Whiteman wrote:Are you planning to travel within Australia by plane? If so, you could spend a day or two to see Ayer's rock - it's a lot more interesting than the average lump-sticking-out-of-the-ground. The Olga's are nearby as well, also worth seeing (just as impressive imho).
The National parks in the North like Kakadu are also great (if it's the right time of year).
+1. Right time of year is May to August though unfortunately.
Otherwise it might be easier to just stick to the east coast - it's very easy to fill 3 weeks between Sydney and Cairns. The Whitsunday Islands are gorgeous, Fraser Island has lots of sand, near Cairns the rainforest borders the beach etc etc
+1, but anywhere north of Brisbane will be hot and humid in Feb/March. Conversely the weather in Melbourne/Tasmania will be spectacular.
Garbs_7 wrote:I don't drink wine but apparently South Australia and the South West of W.A. is the best wine country in Australia.