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8 Great Things to do in Australia

8 Great Things to do in Australia

Australia is a land of dreams rich with various attractions and activities for people of all tastes and ages. Incredible national parks, iconic cities, unique wildlife, historical coral reefs, vast rainforests, scorched red deserts, and white sand beaches make it the first destination for local and overseas visitors. Here, it is pertinent to mention that Australia is the smallest continent but the largest island on this planet loaded with many natural wonders.

8 Great Things to do in the Australia

Australia is a country of the same size as the United States. However, the population of the country is almost equal to New York. Most of the parts have the quirkiest wildlife with an abundance of water everywhere. It always becomes overwhelming for the visitors to list and visit the top attractions in the country. Therefore, we have prepared some bucket list ideas to follow while planning a trip to this wonderland. Some of these are:

 

Visit Great Barrier Reef Marine Park

Great Barrier Reef Marine Park

If you are going to Australia, start your journey by visiting the Great Barrier Reef. It is one of the largest living structures on this planet and is part of the world’s cultural heritage. In 1975, the Australian Government established a marine park to protect its fragile ecosystems with more than 3000 coral reefs. Access to this 2300KM marine park is easy from many coastal cities, including Cairns, Townsville, Rockhampton, and Mackay. The Barrier Reef is always the focus of snorkelers and scuba divers. You can have a trip to this wonderland through a glass-bottom boat.

Bondi Beach

Bondi Beach

Visiting Bondi Beach should also be among the list of things to do in Australia. It is one of the world’s most extensive beaches that attract more than one million visitors annually. Thousands of people gather here to celebrate Christmas and New Year. Bondi Beach is one of the oldest surf life-saving clubs. Strolling along the beach for a picnic has its charm. Most of the visitors go out for Bondi to Bronte 6KM coastal walk through sandstone cliffs. There are shops, cafes, and restaurants all across the track. Swimming at Bondi is dangerous because of strong riptides. Therefore, always avoid taking the risk.

Daintree Forest and National Park

Daintree Forest and National Park

A visit to Daintree Forest and National Park has to be pretty high on your bucket list while visiting Australia. It is the world’s oldest surviving rainforest that attracts millions of tourists towards its genuine ecotourism. Mossman Gorge and Cape Tribulation are the two sections of the park. One marks the flow of crystal clear water over granite structures, while the other marks the point where this tropical rainforest meets with the coral reef. The presence of more than 18,000 kinds of plants speaks a lot about the biodiversity of the park. Port Douglas is the nearest resort where accommodation of all standards is available. Walking through this vast wilderness takes visitors into the world beyond their imagination.

Lake Hiller

Lake Hiller

Our trip to Australia would always be incomplete without visiting Lake Hiller. One of the most beautiful things is the lake’s pink water that attracts tourists from all across the globe. The pink colour of the water is because of the high salt content and a species of algae. You can take a helicopter or hire a boat from the coastal town of Esperance to visit this charming place. The lake is off-limits to the visitors, but they can enjoy swimming, snorkelling, and scuba diving at the remainder of Recherche Archipelago.

The Great Ocean Road

Great Ocean Road

This 413 miles long adventurous drive is another famous destination to embark on while visiting Australia. The route stretches from Torquay to Nelson along the South Australian border. It will take you three days to travel the road. However, spending seven days will give you enough time for enjoyment along the route. Port Campbell National Park is among the top attractions, and Twelve Apostles, London Bridge, the Arch, and Loch Ard Gorge are the others. The rock formations along the road look like giant puzzles if seen through a helicopter.

Queen Victoria Market

Quuen Victoria Market Melbourne

It is the largest open-air market that has always remained the favourite destination of locals and overseas visitors. A 10-minute free orientation tour offered daily proves useful for first-time visitors. Fresh food, clothes, arts, and crafts are among the available items here. The market opens daily except Mondays. During Winters, the visitors can enjoy a regular Wednesday Night Market famous for food and entertainment. This Melbourne landmark market has been a renowned tourist destination for decades.

Sydney Opera House and Harbour Bridge

Sydney Opera House and Harbour Bridge

Opera House is another UNESCO World heritage that clicks the minds whenever we talk about Sydney. This vast shell or billowing sail-like building represents Australian architecture. There is water on three sides of this stunning structure, and the fourth side is Royal Botanic Garden. Danish Architect designed this building and won the competition in 1973. Opposite the building is the world-famous Sydney Harbour Bridge renowned for New Year celebrations. You can explore the Opera House in different ways. Guided tours are also available. Live performance also takes place that attracts music lovers to this architectural beauty.

Blue Mountains National Park

Blue Mountains National Park

Located at the Sydney border, this national park is also UNESCO World Heritage that offers locals and visitors an escape from the busy city life. It is a suitable destination for a day trip. The park consists of 664,000 acres of wilderness and contains beautiful waterfalls, gorges, rock painting, and hiking trails. Three Sisters, the high sandstone rock formations, are the top attractions in the park. The area is rich with beautiful landscapes having small villages and towns in the form of dots. You can also enjoy high scenic cable car ride and railway. There are caves to explore.

 

Conclusion

After reading the entire article, it becomes obvious that Australia is full of scenic and natural beauties. It is almost impossible to explore the country in a week or two. Instead, it would be best if you spent a few months exploring the beauties lying in its vast wilderness.

 

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Written by The Original PC Doctor on 10/1/2021.

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