Best places to visit in Australia

places to visit in australia

There’s nothing like an AMAZING VIEW to inspire you to plan your next trip to a key destination in the world! Do you know that there are so many countries that are unapologetically beautiful and some that are more naturally gifted than others?. Australia is an example for such blessed countries with an abundance of outstanding and breathtaking natural landscapes. -Best places to visit in Australia-   

places to visit in australia
Australia is the smallest continent and one of the largest countries in the world! It’s hardly surprising that this land of sun is the perfect Road trip destination. This remote yet highly developed and fascinating country is one of the few countries that should be on top of your bucket list!

It being endowed with a myriad of unique natural wonders, dazzling beaches, plenty of exotic wildlife, sightseeing areas and adventure trips on both land and water and lastly for being a paradise of everyone, make it clear why this captivating country is such a complete travel destination for all!.

 Besides, Australia is more than just a paradise and to be exact a delight for foodies, art lovers, budget travelers, and adventure seekers out there! Creat your adventure trip with our list of Best Places to visit in Australia..!

1. Great Barrier Reef

Great Barrier Reef
Stretching for 1,429 miles over an area of approximately 133,000 square miles, world’s largest coral reef system, located in the Coral Sea, off the coast of Queensland is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Louis de Bougainville was the first person to find this in 1768 during an exploratory mission. Diving and snorkeling here are spectacular. This is a true wonder of the world and is an amazing place to visit.

2. Sydney

Sydney
Sydney, the capital of New South Wales and one of the largest cities in Australia are best known for its landmarks like Sydney Opera House, spectacular views of the Sydney Harbour Bridge and amazing beaches. Despite being a very densely populated city and the closest place to an extensive capital city in Australia, Sydney has tons of scenic spots worth exploring out. Other attractions here include the Sydney Mardi Gras, Royal Botanical Gardens, Luna Park and Sydney Tower.

3. Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park

Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park

A UNESCO World Heritage Site. Uluru, means “shadowy place” which is one of the most photographed natural wonders in the country is instantly recognizable because of its rough red color.
In the park are the red dome-shaped rocks called Kata Tjuta which are fantastic to wander around, and there are plenty of activities for visitors to enjoy. 

4. Blue Mountains National Park

Blue Mountains National Park
Explore World Heritage-listed Blue Mountains National Park, which lies 81 km west of Sydney, New South Wales, is one of Australia’s most accessible and awe-inspiring natural wonders. This is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site. You can discover cascading waterfalls in this Sydney’s iconic view, walk through historic trails, sprawling over its majestic mountains, plateaus, enjoy mountain biking, Aboriginal Culture, Adventure Sports and Camping. One day is not enough to visit every attraction in Blue Mountains.

5. Melbourne

Melbourne

Vibrant, elegant, and multicultural, Australia’s 2nd most populated city, which also the coastal capital of southeastern Australian state of Victoria. This place gives visitors a European vibe while having some of the best cuisine of the world for foodies out there. 

Some of the must see places in Melbourne are, Royal Botanic Gardens, Federation Square, National Sports Museum and the Melbourne Cricket Ground, National Gallery of Victoria, Eureka Tower, Melbourne Museum and Royal Exhibition Building, 4 Southbank and Arts Centre Melbourne and the Melbourne Zoo.

6. Whitsunday Islands

Whitsunday Islands
One of Australia’s most popular tourist destinations, is a group of 75 islands off the coast of Queensland. As it is located right in the heart of the Great Barrier Reef, make sure to spend some time there when visiting the Great Barrier Reef. This is a great place for snorkeling and scuba diving. You’ll be amazed by the stunning scenery of the area and the picture-perfect sandy beaches around.

7. Daintree Rainforest

Daintree Rainforest
Ecological park in Diwan, Australia is one of Australia’s biologically diverse natural wonders and oldest tropical lowland rainforest in the world. This is believed to be over 135 million years old and is home to a huge percentage of country’s animal population and over 3000 species of plants. This UNESCO World Heritage Site is definitely worth a visit!

8. Twelve Apostles

Probably one of the biggest natural tourist attractions in Australia. They were originally called the Sow and Piglets. A Drive to the coast or a helicopter ride from the above takes you through the incredible Twelve Apostles.

Australia is totally worth of visiting! With so many good reasons to visit Australia like fascinating Aussie style with friendly locals, Amazing ‘bucket list’ Adventure opportunities and its diverse landscapes, it’s clear why so many backpackers head here first!

-Best places to visit in Australia-

Best time to travel : September to November and March to May are the best months to visit Australia cause of the mild temperatures and it’s perfect enough to hit the sparkling beaches and roam around the country.

Budget : $55-70 per day on your tour to Australia.

Make sure to add these amazing places into your list of next travelling destinations! We hope to bring out many more travelling destinations which will keep you inspired in the future! So stay tuned with us ! Don’t forget to comment the places you find fun to travel..
Safe Travel!

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