For all the adventurous travellers who are inspired by the insatiable thirst for seeing and experiencing new places, Australia is the perfect destination. The Land Down Under has become an increasingly popular destination for tourists over the recent years, and its warm weather and perpetually entertaining terrain have been attracting travellers from all over the world. Of all the wonders that Australia has to offer, the six most prominent destinations are mentioned below. These destinations have been at the top of Australia's action and earned themselves a spot as some of the most widely loved and revered destinations in Australia.
The Sydney Harbour Location - SydneyThe Sydney Harbour is arguably the most popular tourist destination in Australia. Located in Australia's biggest city, it’s the biggest and most prolific harbour in the world. Its magnitude and magnificence are breath-taking. Top Attractions - Sydney Harbour Bridge, Sydney Harbour Opera.
The Great Barrier Reef Location - Coral Sea, off the coast of QueenslandComprising of over 2900 reefs and 900 odd islands, the Great Barrier Reef is the world's largest coral reef system, and one of the most widely recognized and admired natural wonders of the world. Bright blue seas and sun-kissed gold beaches studded with the intermittent magnificence of the brilliant colours of the reef life make up the charm of the Great Barrier Reef. Top Attractions - Great Barrier Reef Marine Park, Lady Elliott Island.
|The beautiful 12 apostles in Australia Located off the shore of the Port Campbell National Park, by the Great Ocean Road in Victoria|
Melbourne Location - VictoriaAlso known as the 'cultural capital' of Australia, Melbourne is the birthplace of Australian performing arts and cricket. Home to the world famous Melbourne cricket stadium and Victorian Arts Centre, Melbourne is also host to several festivals all year round such as Moomba and the Melbourne International Arts Festival. Top Attractions -The Royal Exhibition Building, South Melbourne Town Hall, Melbourne Stadium.
St. Paul’s Cathedral Tasmania Location - South of the Bass StraitComposed almost entirely by World Heritage sites, Natural Parks and reserves, Tasmania is known worldwide for its unspoiled and unadulterated natural beauty. Tasmania is also the perfect location to witness and experience Australia's wildlife. Top Attractions: Carrick, Marion Bay, Sydney to Hobart Yacht Race. Top Attractions - Carrick, Marion Bay, Sydney to Hobart Yacht Race.
The Barossa Valley Location - AdelaideThe Barossa valley is Australia's most prominent wine producing region. Decorated with vineyards and orchards of Australia's finest fruit, Barossa valley is also famous for its bakeries and cheese. Top Attractions - Be Consumed Gourmet festival.
|Uluru also known as Ayers Rock One of the Australia's most iconic symbols|
Gold Coast Location - Southern QueenslandHome to the most popular surf breaks in Australia, the white sand and brilliant blue seas of the Gold Coast beaches are a popular favourite among Australian tourists today. Perfect year round weather facilitates the hosting of various festivals in the Gold Coast such as the Winter Sun festival and the Gold Coast Marathon. Top Attractions - Dream world, Sea World, Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary, Wet'NWild Water World.
Kakadu Naional Park Location - Southeast of DarwinFamous for its alligator rivers, kakadu National park is the humble abode of over a thousand different species of birds and animals, as well as Australia's famous Grevillia flowers. For those hoping to catch a glimpse of Australia's Kangaroos, Kakadu is the perfect place for a visit. From beaches to reserves, Australia has all the wonders to offer those tourists looking to embark on a magical journey. Australian Visas are handed out with great ease to travellers who are keen on discovering Australia's wonders, so don't waste time, and hop on to a plane to the famous Land down under!
|Koala is an arboreal herbivorous marsupial native to Australia is found in coastal areas of the mainland's eastern and southern regions, inhabiting Queensland, New South Wales, Victoria and South Australia|