Covering the entire continent, Australia is the sixth largest country in the world. Originally inhabited by aborigines, this mystical land is both a hospitable and hostile land. The coasts of the Indian and Pacific Oceans, cities located in beautiful bays, favorable climate and eternally sunny beaches and full of surfing enthusiasts, for whom Australia is the mecca of this sport. But on the other hand, it is a land of endless, inhospitable semi-arid plains. European explorers called this area Terra Australis, which in Latin means Southern Earth. And noon in the heart of the anhydrous interior, which is inhospitable white stain on the maps of Australia almost until the end of the 19th century, is the time when life dies. Today's Australia is a peaceful and steadily developing country. The only conflict that casts a shadow on its history to this day is the matter of the original inhabitants of this land - the Aborigines. They are still fighting for the rights to land they have lost to the benefit of white visitors. Aborigines survived over 200 years of persecution and poverty, and subsequent governments are still unable to deal with the problem of improving their situation.
Australia. For many people, a country at the end of the world. An unknown land with unprecedented nature, thousands of kilometres of wild beaches and empty spaces. This is a place where time passes more slowly and you can breathe from the hustle and bustle of populated cities.