Australia has a myriad of natural wonders, which means that the adventurous tourist will be spoiled for choice; this country in the Southern hemisphere has something for everyone. Of course, you want to know which places of Australia to visit during your trip and to find the best cities, national parks, islands and others regions that Australia has to offer. I’m pretty sure everyone wants to visit Australia at least once in their lifetime and you should too considering how full of beauty and natural wonder it is.
Much of Australia’s culture is derived from European roots. Australia is a product of a unique blend of established traditions and new influences from western European culture, after World War II there was heavy migration from Europe. Today Australia also defines itself by its Aboriginal heritage, vibrant mix of cultures and existence of democratic.
Unique Australian Animals:
Australia teems with different species of animals, many which are found only in Australia. This group includes Kangaroos, Koalas, Tasmanian wolves, wallabies, wombats, and many others. The kangaroo is unique to Australia, it’s a from the family Macropodidae which mean ‘large foot’ It has large hind legs, a strong tail, small forelegs, and long ears. Kangaroos live in Australia, Tasmania, New Guinea, and New Zealand. The koala it is sometimes referred to Australian koala bear, however they are not a bear. The koala is found in coastal regions of eastern and southern Australia. The Koala prefers to move around neither in daylight or night, but rather just after sunset, as 80% of its time is spent sleeping.
Climate of Australia:
Australia is a continent that experiences a variety of climates due to its size. Accordingly, the northern Australia enjoys a tropical climate, and southern Australia a temperate one. The weather can range from below zero temperatures in the Snowy Mountains to intolerable heat in the north-west. In many parts of the country, seasonal high and lows can be great with temperatures ranging from above 50 ° Celsius to well below zero.
Great Barrier Reef, Fraser Island, The Great Ocean Road are just some of the places we will explore on this journey to Australia. Australia is the perfect destination for you, enjoy our recommendations.
10. Gold Coast Introduction: One of the major tourist destinations to visit in Australia is the Gold Coast also the most populous non-capital city in Australia located in South East Queensland, 94km south of the state capital Brisbane., There are a number of exciting rides and a number of entertainment avenues. With a population approximately 540,000 in 2010 year. With max temperature 25.1 °C (77 °F) and min temperature 17.2 °C (63 °F).
9. Kakadu National Park Introduction: Kakadu national park (name ‘Kakadu’ is from Gagudjuan, an Aboriginal floodplain language) is a living cultural landscape and the largest national park in Australia covering an area of 4,894,000 acres, located within the Alligator Rivers Region of the Northern Territory of Australia. The national park Kakadu is home to 68 mammals, more than 120 reptiles, 26 frogs, more than 2,000 plants and over 10,000 species of insects, the park is ideal of those wishing to know more about Aboriginal culture. You can drive in yourself but for the alligator reason it’s best to take a tour!
8. Broome Introduction: Broome traditional lands of the Yawuru people is a tourist town in Australia 2389km north of Perth, a two and a half hour flight from Perth. Broome is an oasis of color in the outback and place to relax, broome is possibly the most relaxing place I have ever been, time just seems to disappear here. Broome has a tropical climate, high season in Broome is late May to early September when temperature is a balmy 30 °C.
7. Kangaroo Island Introduction: Kangaroo is third largest island after Tasmania and Melville in Australia but Kangaroo has more to offer. It is the best places to visit in Australia with kids. because Kangaroo is like a zoo with rare birds and plenty of kangaroos and koalas the ocean is teeming with fish and sea lions. The wine is pretty good too for you. Visit Kangaroo Island. You’ll see why it’s a tourism icon.
6. The Great Ocean Road Introduction: The Great Ocean Road one of the world’s most unforgettable coastal drives located at an hours drive from Melbourne. The beauty of this road is consists of Australia’s signature limestone rock formations, such as the famous ’12 Apostles’ it’s fancy doing it by car. Road is a 243km stretch of road along the south eastern coast of Australia between the Victorian cities of Torquay and Warrnambool. Best time to go, probably spring and autumn when the scenery is at its best.
5. Barossa Introduction: Barossa is one of the major wine (red wine in particular) producing regions of South Australia. If you particularly are a wine lover, then Barossa is right place to visit. Barossa valley is formed by the North Para River, being only 60km northeast of Adelaide, the southern end of the valley is only about one hour’s drive from the city. There are more than 50 wineries in the region and 390 hectares of flora & fauna.
4. Uluru Introduction: Uluru has to be one of the best known sights of Australia and one of the world’s greatest natural wonders! For a taste of aboriginal culture and history, make your way to Uluru. Old name of Uluru is Ayers Rock. Uluru is a large monolith rock formation in the southern part of the Northern Territory in central Australia. The best time to visit is July, August and September.
3. Fraser Island Introduction: Fraser Island is the biggest sand island in world spreads across 1840 km². In fact, Fraser Island is the only place in the world where rainforest are found growing on sand. located along the southern coast of Queensland, Australia. Bird lovers will be in paradise as Fraser Island is home to over 300 species of bird. One of the best things to do is hire your own car and explore the island at your leisure also don’t miss the famous clear Champagne Pool.
2. Sydney Harbour Introduction: Sydney Harbour Bridge is nicknamed “The Coathanger” is commonly referred to as the most beautiful natural harbour in the world location in the first European settlement in Australia and 134 meters above the sea level. 20% of the population of Sydney can see the bridge at least once a day. The best time of year to visit is New Year. Whilst you can drive across the bridge, there is a toll so beware!
1. Great Barrier Reef Introduction: The Great Barrier Reef the world’s largest reef system spreading over 2,600 km with approximately 900 islands, larger than the Great Wall of China, reef is thought to be around 6 to 8 thousand years old. The Great Barrier Reef is the top places to visit in Australia. No trip to Australia would be complete without visiting the Great Barrier Reef. There live 400 types of coral, and 1500 species of fish and large populations of dugongs live there also including many vulnerable or endangered species, some of which may be endemic to the reef system. I highly recommend to visit this place.