TOP TRAVEL DESTINATIONS IN AUSTRALIA
Sydney is full of white beaches, blue harbors, hot lifestyles and lots of dazzle.
It is Australia's oldest city and the country's capital in every aspect. It is filled with amazing natural attractions, skyscrapers, mouth watering restaurants and a friendly environment.
Brisbane is Australia's most livable city. It is a vibrant and relaxed city, it is also a gateway to the sun, surf beaches of the Gold Coast and Sunshine Coast. Known locally as Bris Vegas, this city is well known for its rough, open nightlife, it also has a very busy and happening cultural life.
Gold Coast city is Queens land’s most southern city; and stretches along the southern coast from South Stradbroke Island in the north, to beautiful Rainbow Bay in the south.
The Gold Coast is the perfect spot to enjoy a romantic getaway or an action packed family holiday with so many exciting things to do.
The Central Coast is a perfect destination for fun, relaxation, adventure, water sports, fishing and other nature activities. Whether you're a lover of the coast, the country-side, mountains, valley, lake or river terrains, the Central Coast gives everything. The region is filled with culture and nature.
This region starts as one travels south from Sydney along the Southern Highlands and Southern Tablelands towards Canberra.
The a wide diversity of coastal, forest, mountain and rural country. Its natural and pristine environment gives the atmosphere a peaceful, relaxing and an adventurous trip.
Victoria is filled with many different areas and attractions, ranging from an extensive coastline and pristine beaches to national parks and forests to wineries, lakes and mountains they offer skiing, surfing and hiking. The most of Victoria's landscapes are easily accessible as day trips from Melbourne.
Melbourne is a city that is famous for its sense of style. It is always fun packed with thrilling events that are its trademark. It is also famous for its wineries and shops. Melbourne is also full of beautiful buildings and countless galleries.
Tasmania boasts of untouched natural wilderness, it is an island with a very fascinating history and heritage, beautiful landscapes, a spectacular wilderness and some wonderful food and wine.
Here South Australia is just another name for adventure. South Australia is also associated with a huge semi-desert areas in the far-flung Outback. It is very dry, but also the most urbanized. Adelaide, the capital, is rightly called 'the city of churches.'
This place can offer all the best things about nature like the Sun, adventure, a breathtaking natural environment. You can dive with the world’s largest fish the whale shark, get close to manta rays, swim with the wild dolphins, walk along the tree tops of ancient trees - Western Australia truly is the authentic Australian experience.
The Northern Territory is the most unproductive of all the areas in Australia. Red is the prime color of the soil, the rocks that are all located in Central Australia. Along this area, there are many meteorite craters, canyons and valleys. Be careful with the thunder as it occurs over 90 days in a year.
ZOOS IN AUSTRALIA
The Zoo’s of Australia you can hug a koala, feed an Asian Elephant, walk along with a Bengal Tiger and take a Tasmanian Devil for a walk. You can have fun and get personal with all these amazing and gorgeous animals.
ADVENTURE DESTINATIONS IN AUSTRALIA
When you talk about adventure in Australia, you tend to think of Climbing, kayaking, hiking. But the truth is that adventure is a very relative term. For some it may mean getting to the top of Mount Everest, while for some it could be camping along with the family. Whatever the definition, it should be fun and that should be the aim.
WATERFALLS AND MOUNTAINS
Australia is not very famous for mountains. So one may not expect this country to have many large plunging waterfalls. But Australia does have some beautiful and breathtaking waterfalls. Rainfall during winter and spring creates these waterfalls, while in summer some of the waterfalls get reduced to just a small trickle down the rocky walls.