Australia is popularly known to be the home to Kangaroos and a brilliant cricket team, but you have to believe us when we say that its beautiful cities have a lot more to offer!
Empty your stomach because these cities will surely fill you up with some classic wine and gourmet food, things nobody can refuse. So, get ready and read through the list of top Australian cities to get a glimpse of what you have been missing on!
If you are a politics and museum geek, Canberra is your city, because as you go around, you will notice the city spotted with some great museums and the air will have a bureaucratic sense. However, Canberra is going under some serious metamorphosis and the city is flocked with a lot of cool pop-up stores, including Old Bus Depot Markets.
Art lovers can go for an authentic movie at the NewActon Cultural precinct, whereas, foodies might want to try some of the remarkable restaurants and cafes as they soak the beauty of the city in Lonsdale Street. One of the major tourist attractions in Canberra is the breathtaking Opera House, and history buffs can appreciate the authenticity of the Australian War Memorial. Don’t forget to get a glimpse of the Parliament House, as what better is there in a capital city!
Adelaide’s prime vineyards are famous worldwide. Enjoy some peace and sing those countryside songs as you experience solace and the sense of rejuvenation here. Out from the sounds of a buzzing metropolis, Adelaide is breathtaking in its own way.
Get your connoisseur skills in check, as the fresh central market in Adelaide will have your nose charmed with fresh scents of fruits, veggies, some smoked meat, and tasty cheeses. All the cricket and football fans might want to get a glimpse of the Adelaide’s Oval Stadium hosting some serious matches followed by a beer in some classic Australian pubs. Get your liver in check as you step into this classic wine city with a knack for old beer!
Who wants to visit Australia without getting a spectacular view of the Sydney Harbor Bridge and the Opera House? Well, Sydney has much more than that to offer. From its stunning beaches, party pubs are not far away.
The city satisfies every nerd as there is Museum of Contemporary Art and State Theatre for artistic nerds and Royal Botanic Garden to make the history geeks go howdy. With unlimited fun at the sea, your ankles might ache at the end of the day because some crazy parties won’t let you sleep! And don’t forget to get your pockets weighed down as it is difficult to resist shopping at Oxford and William Streets!
Your wish for a meaningful long drive might just get fulfilled as the 243 km stretch of the Great Ocean Road is waiting for you! This belt is ranked as one of the best sights in Australia, and people who have affinity to road trips can’t argue it to be anything less than a paradise.
Also, an hour’s drive from Melbourne will land you in the Yarra Valley, which is hard for wine fanatics to miss as it is celebrated for its classic wine. Last but not the least, see little penguins flapping around in the sand at sunset at Philip’s Island which is also just an hour away from the city thriving with pubs, bars and museums to satisfy the craving for any need.
Although isolated, the serene beauty of this city might just render you dead in your shoes! Sunbathing on Cottesloe Beach might just do the trick, while a little ferry ride to Rottnest Island will make you not want to leave the place with its astonishing beaches and varied marine life.
If you want a small romantic getaway, cruising your way through the sea water gets you to Swan Valley and Darling Range, some very beautiful places which are far away from the city malice.
So start booking your tickets and get your bags packing because Australia is calling you to drown you in its beautiful wine and sunbathe your way at its ravishing beaches!
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