Anyone going on their holidays to Australia this year is in for a treat, if news from Tourism Australia is anything to go by.

Anyone going on their holidays to Australia this year is in for a treat, if news from Tourism Australia is anything to go by.

Those visiting Darwin can now head to Crocosaurus Cove, where tourists can be placed into a cage and dropped into a tank of saltwater crocodiles. There is also an aquarium housing stingrays, turtles and fish for people not able to pluck up the courage to get in with the crocs.

For people who prefer to eat sea life rather than swim with it, the South Australian town of Ceduna will host Oysterfest from October 2nd to 5th, offering fresh food, music and dancing for all ages.

Finally, Victoria is to hold its annual Homeless World Cup in December. Supported by football legends including Eric Cantona and Rio Ferdinand, the tournament gives homeless people the chance to change their lives and take part in games with people from all over the world.

Anyone wishing to attend any of these events, or others in the country, can book flights to Australia on Singapore Airlines or Quantas.

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