Whitsundays

Airlie Beach Lagoon

If you are into nautical sports, Whitsundays can provide you with excellent venues to explore your interests while enjoying the food and nightlife as well. Among the activities that you can enjoy in this place include snorkeling and diving. You can also do sailing or try riding on motor cruises, catamarans, or charter yachts. There are many great resorts and beaches that you can choose from, depending on your budget and other preferences. Some of the popular destinations here include the Abel Point Marina, the Airlie Beach Lagoon, the Big Mango, Hook Island Observatory, and Whitsunday Great Walk.

Ayers Rock

Sunrise at Ayers Rock

Ayers Rock is considered sacred to the Aborigines. It can be found at the heart of Australia, near the Alice Springs city, which can also be the departure point. The biggest rock monolith in the whole world, Ayers Rock is certainly a breathtaking sight to see. Around the place, you will also find deserts, which can also be explored and be part of your adventure.

Melbourne

Eureka Tower standing out on Melbourne skyline

Melbourne boasts of diverse attractions that will suit people of all ages. It has many great restaurants where you can indulge in various local and international delicacies.

You may want to begin your tour of Melbourne by exploring the bayside playgrounds of St. Kilda before you head off to what is known as Australia Heritage, Williamstown. There are shopping precincts that can be found in South Yarra, where you can buy a wide range of valuable items.

To get a bird’s eye view of the city, you can proceed to the Melbourne Observation Deck, which is situated at the top of the Eureka Tower. You must also check out the Federation Square to see the riverside of the city, and the Royal Botanic Gardens, where you will be treated to a display of more than 12,000 species of plants and wildlife.

Kakadu National Park

Billabong at Kakadu

At Australia’s Northern Territory, you will find yet another popular tourist destination: the Kakadu National Park. The reserve is unique both in its ethnological and archaeological features. In addition to its four river systems, nearly two thousand plant species and more than ten thousand animal species, plus the giant termite mounds that are one of the park’s main attractions, Kakadu National Park also features more than five thousand Aboriginal arts sites featuring rock carvings and cave paintings – all part of the reason why Kakadu National Park has been included in UNESCO’s list of World Heritage Sites.

Tasmania

Port Arthur, historic site in Tasmania

Tagged as one of the most beautiful places in Australia, Tasmania has many wonderful beaches, lagoons, mountains, and various historical sites. You will be amazed at the place’s infrastructures, which until today retain traces of what was once the biggest prison compound for British convicts.

Tasmania is included in Australia’s World Heritage Convict sites.

But Tasmania today is far from being a prison site. The island now boasts of fine dining and world-class wines, as well many other fun activities that you can try, such as fishing, camping, playing golf, wildlife adventures, surfing, and kayaking.

There are various sites and sights to behold in the island, so you really have to plan your visit to make the most out of your stay here. Some of the places that you must check out are King Island, Gordon River, Flinders Island, Mount Wellington, Hastings Caves, and Salamanca Place.

 

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