Australia is an incredible tourist destination with a wide range of attractions and events for all tastes and ages. Sunshine and surfing are abundant and most of the sun lovers will go to the popular Bondi Beach directly to take their share of the sport. You can add the lovely Blue Mountains and mystical Uluru to your must-see destinations list, if you prefer mountain ranges to seascape, though snorkelling and diving may not be able to endure the appeal of the magical Wide Barrier Reefs. You will see some of the highlights on the popular Great Ocean Rd or Sunshine Coast on an enchanting journey. There are plenty of beautiful parks and gardens in Australia’s cities and excellent markets, galleries of art, and museums. You can also visit the Sydney Opera House and the Sydney Harbour Bridge in Sydney. Travellers’ CDC records. It could have changed hours/availability.
1. Australia’s Great Barrier Reef
There is no need for the introduction and Australia’s renowned Great Barrier Reef occupies an important position in the list of most tourists. The magnificent reef (the world’s largest) consists of more than 3,000 different reef systems and hundreds of lovely tropical islands, surrounded by breathtaking seas of sea life. From many coastal towns, including Cairns, Townsville, Rockhampton, and Mackay, you can get into this wonderland. Activities in the Great Barrier Reef usually focus on an astonishing sea life that attracts snorkelers and scuba-divers – you can take a trip on a glass-bottomed boat if you want to keep your feet dry. The photo is completed with boating, sailing, scenic helicopters, and just relaxing at the beach.
2. Australia’s Blue Mountains
Located in New South Wales, on the border of Sydney Metropolis, the stunning Blue Mountains area offers local people and tourists the perfect getaway from the city. The area offers a large range of scenic pursuits, including hikes, walking and cycling, riding, and many sports of the adventure including canyoning and abseiling in the region which includes lovely landscapes with charming small towns and villages. A picturesque cable car trip and a picturesque train are provided for your enjoyment. On the hop-on-hop Blue Mountains Trolley Tour, you can explore 29 of the regional attractions or take a self-directed drive. Besides all of the above attractions, you can discover caves, relax in the spa, and uncover antiques and crafts.
3. Bondi Shore, ALSO
Everybody has heard about the famous Bondi Beach in Australia, which attracts over a million visitors a year. The popular beach is a perfect spot for a winding sandy surf and sunny holiday and surrounds the clear blue waters of the Pacific Ocean. The bay’s safe waters are perfect for surfing and beginners can do Let’s Go Surfing lessons. You can swim in two marvelous pools alongside a surf or walk along Bondi 2,5 kilometers to the Bronte shore, which runs on the top of the cliffs overlooking the ocean if sea bathing is not quite your style. There are excellent restaurants and shopping in the whole area of Bondi Beach and there should be a Saturday Bondi Farmer’s Market.
4. Australia’s Cape Pillar Sea Cliffs
Cape Pillar Sea Cliffs are a must-see attraction for all Tasmania tourists, situated off the coast of mainland Australia, with more than 900 feet over the brilliant waters of the Pacifica. These spectacular sea cliffs are the highest of their kind and are protected within Tasman National Park in the southern hemisphere. You can explore the stunning cliffs along the 25 miles of the Cape Pillar (a 4-day adventure), or walk around the historical Port of Arthur, with unsurpassed views not only of the Cape Pillar Sea Cliffs but also of the Cape Hauy, the monumental view and the Tasman Island. You can visit the sightless cliffs by boat.
5. Australia’s Daintree Rainforest
Daintree Rainforest invites the tourists to indulge in true ecotourism, taking the rare chance of visiting the oldest living rainforest in the world, situated 100 km northwest of Cairns on Australia’s eastern shore. The rainforest is a private conservation project run by elderly people who share their expertise and their rainforest with nature lovers. The rainforests are unnatural and untouched. Several guided interpretive tours of 2 to 5 hours, some of them cruising through mangroves, lunch, and afternoon tea, are available. On the way to this heritage site, you will encounter some very particular animals, plants, and insects.
6. Sweetheart, Australia
Sydney’s beautiful Darling Port is more than just a dockyard. It’s a waterfront area that hosts many of Sydney’s biggest attractions and where locals come to have fun, educated, wine-groomed, dining, and rejuvenated. The Australian National Maritime Museum, Madame Tussauds, the Sydney Aquarium at Sea Life, and the incredible Powerhouse, which displays science and technology, are all the attractions to choose from. If all these are not enough you can visit several theatres and galleries, dine at many restaurants on the waterfront and shop until you have gone – the Sydney Hello! Shopper Hopper takes you to the next shopping area.
7. Square Federation
You must have Federation Square on your list of must-see attractions if you intend to visit Melbourne. This three-hectare town center contains the Court of St. Paul, the Square, and The Atrium and is the city’s cultural and creative hub for entertainment. A perfect way to learn more about the history and attractions of Federation Square is to take the 11:00 free tour (Mon-Sat). ACMI (Australian Moving Picture Centre) and Ian Potter Center (NGV Design Studio) will both be the highlights of your visit (Australian Art). You can get on board the Yarra River Cruise, rent a bike to tour the area, and experience the city in another way.
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