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Expatriate medical insurance customers may wish to travel to Australia, as there is "something for everyone".
This is according to Rodney Harrex, general manager for the UK and northern Europe at Tourism Australia, who noted that it is frequently described as Britain's favourite holiday destination and the two nations have many historical and cultural connections.
He explained that people who come to the country can see wild kangaroos, sail around the "iconic" Sydney Harbour and drink in pubs in the outback.
Furthermore, visitors tend to enjoy landmarks including the Great Barrier Reef and Ayers Rock, with those who like "something a bit different" often going to Ningaloo Reef, Kangaroo Island or the city of Melbourne, Mr Harrex continued.
"We know we exceed the expectations of our international visitors who love to return on holiday," he concluded.
Typically, Australia has a temperate climate, although skiers can visit the mountains during the winter months as they often have snowfall.
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