The initial route is as follows: Melbourne – Canberra – Sydney – Blue Mountain – Brisbane – Melbourne/Sydney, but I want to go to Ayers Rock (Uluru NP), I’m afraid there is no time. Want to have experience excuse me, how to go more reasonable, have hope to be able to go? What is traffic for? By the way, can I use the driver’s license in Australia? thank you

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  1. Take a 15-day trip to Ayers Rock and leave 45 days for the route you wrote. It’s definitely worth a visit! You can go to either Brisbane or Sydney, there are a lot of them!

  2. LZ, 15 is more than enough. If you come to Canberra in the morning, you can spend the night in Sydney, because the Canberra has nothing to see except the capital hill. The University of Canberra is quite a barren place, with nothing to see.

    . Beautiful and quiet place, unlike many different people who have been crushed, such as the famous attractions, Tasman not so many visitors, the east face is less, I haven’t met that go nearly east (China, Japan and South Korea nationality are Sydney, also do not have what problem can’t speak English)

    I don’t think the Blue Mountain is particularly good, is near Sydney wine and lavender farm on the outskirts of pretty interesting reference “
    paulinha wrote:
    I will be in early September 15 days Tours Australia, The initial route is as follows:
    Melbourne – Canberra – Sydney – Blue Mountain – Brisbane Melbourne/Sydney
    but want to go to Ayers Rock (Uluru NP) area, just afraid of time. Want to have experience excuse me, how to go more reasonable, have hope to be able to go? What is traffic for? By the way, can I use the driver’s license in Australia?
    thank you.”

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