In few days, you would be in Australia and you have no idea to what to see in Australia. One trip is not enough to explore the whole of Australia. However, few things are must for you to see without seeing them your trip would be incomplete.
- Dain tree Rainforest
It is the emerald of rainforests in Australia. It is situated on the northeast of Queensland. The forest covers an area of 12,000 Km sq., providing full-fledged habitat for vivid wildlife. It is also listed as the World Heritage Site. In forest, you can go for bushwalks, cruises in river, four wheel drive and crocodile spotting.
- Great Ocean Road
This road is National Heritage for Australia. Road stretches up 10 243 kilometers on the southeast coast from Torquay and Allansford. Road was built in World War I and today it is the biggest war memorial in the world. Best way to see the road is to either drive along the road or hire a helicopter. Helicopter is more popular among the visitors.
- Great Barrier Reef
One of the natural wonders of the world, Great Barrier Reef is one thing you should not miss. Whitsunday Islands are close to Great Barrier Reef, which is again most pictured islands in Australia. Best way to see these places would be to hire a Yacht. However, there are lot of activities in Great Barrier Reef. You may want to engage in activities such as snorkeling, fishing, sailing, and camping.
- Crown Casino Melbourne
On the bank of Yarra River lies the Crown Casino Complex. It is Melbourne’s entertainment Centre, which was built in 1997. Entire complex is 510,000 meter square big. However, people above 18 are allowed in casino but kids could enjoy the entertainment activities within the complex. Players with knack for casino must get ready to whip their credit card. Complex is open 24 hours with 11 bars and 25 restaurants.
- Fraser Island
Witness the biggest sand island in the world. The Fraser Island is major attraction among tourists in Australia. You could go for a four-wheel drive or board a seaplane to enjoy the view of the island. However, Lake McKenzie is great spot for swimming. Lake is surrounded by forest. It offers great paradise like experience.
Watching the Sydney Opera house and the harbour from the Harbour Bridge is one of the spectacular city view in the world. Reaching the top of the bridge is not physically demanding and with all safety measures, it is not scary.
- Bondi Beach
One of the famous spots in Australia is Bondi Beach with more than 25,000 visitors at one time, creating touristy atmosphere all around. Beach is right in the midst of urban area and it remains busy all year around. You can lay on the beach or go for walk but you must try out the walk on well-constructed pathway along the beach.
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