What to Do When In AustraliaPosted on Apr 14 in Australiaby Rose AndersonPrint
Australia has now become one of the most preferred holiday destinations in the world. The country’s natural beauty and bounty has astounded the travelers and left them intrigued so much so that one can’t help but visit the place and witness the wonder themselves. The states have an individual flavor to them and have successfully attracted the attention of the tourists by and large. The sandy beaches, the turquoise waters, the cute as buttons koalas and kangaroos, the breathtaking outback and the captivating aboriginal culture truly is a traveler’s paradise. There are so many things to do once you land herein the Down Under. There are also many travel agents offer Australian holiday packages that allow you to visit Australia without any hassle. If you plan to travel on your own, we have only made an attempt to make it a little easier for you; pointing out the things to once you are in Australia.
1. If you are planning visit Australia, you are definitely going to make it to Sydney and when you do, visit Sydney Opera House. This is a multi- venue performance arts centre in Sydney and this architectural marvel can be seen whenever you cross the Sydney Harbor Bridge. It is one of the most famous performing arts centre in the world. You can walk around the lake in the evening when the Opera House looks the best and take in the views and the vibes or you can simply catch a show and enjoy yourselves.
2. While you are in Sydney, climb the Sydney Harbor Bridge. Yes, it is by far one of the most exhilarating things you will get to do. The real achievement when you finally make it to the top is a breathtaking panoramic view. You could catch a sunrise or a sunset. Call ahead and book your Sydney Harbor Bridge Climb.
3. There must be a reason why the Gold Coast is famous all over the world. Tourists from all over the world come here to bask in the sun and get a tan on the lovely beaches of Gold Coast. Take the kids to the theme parks, hang out in the beach, laze around, and sip a pina colada. Go fishing in some of the best fishing spots in the area.
4. The Great Barrier Reef is a ’must’ of every traveler. It is the largest and the most fascinating reef system in the world. Snorkeling, diving, swimming in the clear water brimming with aquatic life of all shapes and sizes is such a delight. Witness the wonder that nature is!
5. If you are looking for some boating fun, The Dampier Archipelago, the Kimberly Coast, Geographe Bay, Boston Bay, Murray River, Whitsunday Islands are a treat. The white sands, the cool breeze, the breathtaking views of the coast, the abundant wildlife and former aboriginal hunting grounds are going to add to all the excitement.
6. The abundance of fabulous vineyards, many world famous labels is nestled here in the wine estates in Australia. Hunter Valley in NSW, MacLaren Vale and Barossa in South Australia and the Margaret River region in WA are truly fascinating. Be sure to pop in and sample a red or white.
Photo from Tourssydney
7. When you are in Australia, it is a must to visit an animal sanctuary. From the adorable koalas to the kangaroos, sloths, wombats and other exotic animals and to see them in their natural habitat is amazing.
8. Don’t miss Snowy Mountains if you are in the Down Under. It is the highest Australian mountain range. Skiing is pretty popular here if you are in the right time of the year.
9. If there is a fisherman inside you, make the most of your visit to the country. Get to know why anglers go crazy in this part of the world when they are fishing. Hire a charter for a day and go for some deep sea fishing, unleash the adventurer in you.
Photo from Nothing Like Australia
10. One must not leave Australia without seeing Tasmania. The wilderness coastline, the dramatic landscape, ecology and wildlife are not to be missed. This is your chance to grab the opportunity and explore the fascinating beach environment and the rich diversity of the nearby woodlands.