From white sandy beaches to contrasting rugged mountains, Australia has something for every landscape lover out there. Along with scenic beauty, Australia is also well known for heritage spots which have a long history. The natural habitats here were unexplored for a longer duration of time, and that makes it the hottest travel destination for the global traveler. Moreover, with dropping airfares and excellent hospitality facilities, a traveler from distant lands can also find comfort and relaxation in Australia. We bring you an exclusive list of fantastic destinations in Australia which can bring a new zeal and excitement to your bucket list:
- Sydney Opera House: The breathtaking city of Sydney is best known for this historic travel destination. Also listed as a UNESCO world heritage site and also regarded as the world’s greatest architectural icons. Opera House is surrounded by water on the three sides and Royal Botanical Gardens border it on the south direction. One can enjoy fine dining near the Opera House and take a tour of the building which comprises of theatres, studios, concert hall, cinema and exhibition rooms.
- Great Barrier Reef Marine Park: In order to protect the pristine marine life in Australia, the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park was established in the year 1975. It includes 3000 coral reefs, 600 continental islands and inshore mangrove islands as well. Regarded as one of the Seven Wonders of the World, this park stretches over 2,300 kilometers in Australia’s Queensland state. For all the diving and snorkeling enthusiasts, this is a wonderful option.
- Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park: For all the photographer enthusiasts, this is the most captured natural spots in the world. The striking red monolith forms the central part of this park and the traditional landowners the Anangu people. Uluru actually means the shadowy place in the indigenous aboriginal dialect. One can watch the changing colors in the sky during the evenings when they reflect on these naturally occurring rocks.
- Sydney Harbor Bridge: Renowned as the most popular tourist attractions in Australia after the Opera House, this heritage spot is fondly called as the Coathanger. Its impressive construction makes it the largest steel arch bridge in the world. Raising 134 meters above the harbor, the bridge spans 500 meters connecting the North Shore to the central business district. One can take the guided ascent to the top of the bridge which gives spectacular views of the city.
- Blue Mountains National Park: Located at 81 kilometers west of Sydney, this UNESCO world heritage site forms a popular day trip for the global traveler. The famous attractions here are towering rock formations called the three sisters, and Katoomba Scenic Railway which is the world’s steepest track. One can also indulge in adventurous activities like hiking, abseiling, rock climbing, mountain biking, and horseback riding.
- Bondi Beach: The world’s greatest beach with silky sands, frequently visiting backpackers, and bustling atmosphere welcome you here. A lot of local people and global travelers visit here every Christmas and New Year for exclusive celebrations. The scenic Bonda to Bronte coastal walk which is a once in a lifetime experience.
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