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Where to go in Australia in June-July?

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Went through some of the posts here and am none the wiser!

Planning a trip in June/July with kids aged 4 and 8 for about 2 weeks. Have been a few times before but in the "summer" of down under (Dec/Jan) to Sydney, driven up to the Gold Coast, done Cairns/PD/Great Barrier Reef as well. Now, am looking to enjoy cool/cold weather, hopefully avoid rain as much as possible, snow access is welcome. Basically, a holiday to relax with the kids and do "fun" stuff (camping, riding, fishing and the like) with them - am thinking of the Red Center, Melbourne and surrounds. Would Tasmania be an option? Any suggestions more than welcome. Thanks in advance.

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