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This full-color guide to Sydney and the Great Barrier Reef includes vibrant photos and easy-to-use maps—plus a 30-page Wildlife Guide—to help you plan the trip of a lifetime.
The birthplace of modern Australia, Sydney is a bustling, cosmopolitan playground. Off Queensland’s endless coast, the Great Barrier Reef is a playground of a different kind, a wonderland of coral gardens and colorful sea life. Larger than the Great Wall of China and home to thousands of species of wildlife, the Great Barrier Reef is an adventure-lover’s paradise.
In this book, expert traveler Ulrike Lemmin-Woolfrey tells you everything you need to know to make this trip possible, with tips on:
How to get from Sydney to the Reef and where to stop along the wayincluding information on Cairns, Port Douglas, and Townsville How to experience the Reef’s world-class diving How to choose the best reef cruises and rainforest tours How to find and identify wildlife
Ulrike Lemmin-Woolfrey is a freelance writer specializing in travel, expat issues, and lifestyle. Originally from Hamburg, Germany, she has so far lived in six countries and on three continents, including Germany, the UK, Qatar, Oman, and the UAE. When her husband relocated to Melbourne, Ulrike found herself packing her bags and heading to the land Down Under. Since then, she has made it her mission to see and experience as much as possible of her newly adopted country.
With a bachelor’s degree in Marine Biology and a passion for scuba diving, Ulrike loves exploring the Great Barrier Reef. A city girl at heart, she also enjoys digging deep into the history and culture of Sydney, as well as the stunning natural beauty of Queensland. As a relative stranger to the area, she has the advantage of appreciating everything as just as new and exciting as visitors from abroad will see it, and her time spent in Australia has so far been unforgettable.
Ulrike is also the author of Moon Living Abroad in Australia. She currently lives in Melbourne, Australia.