The famed wildlife and both fantastic beaches as well as water sports opportunities make Australia the country with one of the most iconic reputation on the planet and also a major attraction when it comes to tourists. A trip to Australia could alter your outlook on life as the number of attractions and experiences should not be missed.
1. Stay in the Blue Mountains
Australia provides the perfect romantic scenery; all you have to do is bring a date. The Blue Mountains are located close to Sydney and they are famous for their amazing beauty. At sunset, the landscape practically fills with golden light and magic. Be prepared to be amazed.
2. Kings Canyon, Kata Tjuta and Uluru
The Aires Rock or Uluru is recognized to Aboriginal individuals and because of this, it is considered to be one of Australia’s greatest icon. Make sure to bring your camera so you can always remember the moment as after this trip your photo album will have an upgrade.
3. Sydney Harbour Bridge
The Sydney Harbour Bridge is not only an iconic landmark for the city itself, it also a great way to be able to see the city by climbing it. The process might turn out a bit demanding when it comes to physical condition but the view will blow you away.
4. Coral Bay
Because of it’s location not many tourists visit this place. The Coral Bay is situated in eastern Australia and acts like a hidden treasure that only those who know about it can see. If you choose to go, the golden beautiful beaches and the world’s largest fringing reef will certainly make and impression but if they don’t then diving with whale sharks will.
5. Great Barrier Reef
Visiting this certain location may not be available in the future because the Great Barrier Reef is having issues regarding it. Known as the most loved coral reef on the planet, it represents the ultimate experience for divers from all over the world. Cristal waters and an entire marine ecosystem will probably not be there in the near future.
6. Kangaroo Island
The Kangaroo Island is located close to the Adelaide and is, as you might have guessed, a place where these creatures can be observed while in their natural habitat. Also, not only will you be able to see the creatures up close, you will also observe Australian Wildlife it peak.
7. South Australia’s Dolphins
You can have the chance to swim along them, play with them and snorkel together. That is, if you bring the fish. Swimming with dolphins can be quite a rewarding experience. Interacting with these animals will probably seem unbelievable at first but at the end of the day you will wish you could do it again.
8. Great Ocean Road
The road from Adelaide to Melbourne is a wonderful experience if you love driving. Altering scenery and coastal driving can seem like playing a video game; you will have to pinch yourself to make sure you are not dreaming. Make sure you have you tank full and your sunglasses on.
9. Tasmania’s Bay of Fires
Mt. William National Park in Tasmania is the location for the famous Bay of Fires. The scenery provided goes from beach to woodland when it comes to diversity. You can ask to be assisted by a guide or just go by yourself, either way the scenery is to fall for.
10. Enjoy Australian Wines
Since you are there you might as well enjoy some Australian wine and rumors say that the local cuisine is quite delicious. Sightseeing, great food and fantastic wine sounds like a splendid was of spending your summer holiday.