Top listings in Australia

Melbourne, Australia (PressExposure) September 03, 2008 -- Australiatop.com, an online portal, provides broad information about Australia from maps and photos, to visa, immigration, jobs, education, transport, economy, banks, travel etc.

Australiatop.com, recently published list of top hotels, restaurants, wines, beaches, places and universities on its website. This list will guide foreign tourist and students to enjoy the best of Australia during their visits in Australia. By announcing the list australiatop.com has set up a benchmark for players in education, travel & tourism and hospitality industry. This ranking is believed to begin healthy competition in the industry in Australia and ultimately benefit the service and hospitality industry in Australia. All rankings have been given on the no. of visitors who have taken their services and by analyzing their respective feedbacks industry wise.

The top ten places in Australia which gained maximums visitors throughout the year comprises of Great Barrier Reef , Sydney Harbour, the natural state Tasmania, terrain of Kimberley in western Australia, Melbourne, snowy mountains, Grape growing of valley of Barossa, Whitsunday’s islands in Queensland, Ulhuru (or Ayers Rock) and the Great ocean Road. The Great Barrier Reef attracted the maximum no. of visitors last year so holds first position in the list.

Similar ratings have been provided in top hotels, top restaurants, top beaches, top wines and top universities in Australia. As per the Austrliatop.com website ratings Australian National University, Bondi Beach, The Palazzo Versace Hotel, Pier at Rose Bay, NSW and Penfolds Grange wine holds top position in their respective categories.

More details and complete list of Australia Top Things can be found at Australiatop.com

About Top listings in Australia

6/112 Westbury st

St. kilda East

Melbourne, VIC 3183

AU

61-421-170673

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Press Release Submitted On: August 25, 2008 at 1:45 am
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