A trip to Australia, or Down Under as it’s called, is a thrilling experience because of the sheer number of possibilities. There are so many things to do in Australia. Enjoy nature at its very best or explore the beaches. Or simply enjoy the marvellous urban landscapes of some of the most sophisticated cities, this side of the hemisphere.
Holiday makers will no doubt want to cover quite a bit of Australia sightseeing on their visit. After all, there is so much to see here! From Sydney’s Opera House to the Blue Mountains National Park, the famed Harbour Bridge or the lovely Carlton Gardens, you can be sure you will be lighting up your Instagram feed way more than usual. Shoppers will love Melbourne’s Chapel Street, Sydney’s Pitt Street Mall and Brisbane’s Queen Street Mall.
Nature walks and island explorations, where wildlife co-exists peacefully with each other, are some of the things to do in Australia that no one wants to miss. Check out the Great Barrier Reef and go snorkelling or get up and close to the koalas and kangaroos. And of course, don’t forget to take photos with the most adorable quokkas, which are smaller versions of wallabies. Australia’s rich wildlife is exhilarating and worth every second you spend exploring it.
Nature takes the front seat here. With magnificent sunrises and sunsets in Cable Beach that are unforgettable or the jaw-dropping rock formations in Uluru or Wave Rock in Western Australia. If you travel to Tasmania, certainly don’t miss out on the Southern Lights (Aurora Australis) which are visible throughout the year.
Think of unspoiled beaches with never-ending stretches of white sand. Jump in for a cool, refreshing dip or ride the waves if that floats your boat. Anything is possible on your Australia Holidays. What’s more, you can even swim with sea lions at some of the beaches or marvel at the amazing marine life on the seabed. Australia is truly, one of the best places for beach and water fun.
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Australia’s renowned as a culinary destination is something it takes very seriously. It’s no wonder that a visit to some of the restaurants here are regarded a culinary pilgrimage of sorts. It ranks high on the list of things to do in Australia for many people. There are several regional restaurants that are famed here for some of their culinary exploits, but the burgeoning trend of celebrity chefs has indeed changed the way people now perceive dining out. Whether it’s Red Lantern with Luke Nguyen or Aria with Matt Moran, these fine-dining restaurants are drawing people by the hordes.
Australian wines have gained much fame and following of late and natural wine has now become a movement of sorts. Adelaide Hills in South Australia is probably the largest natural wine producer in the world. Wine bars also focus on bringing different experiences to people. Don’t miss visiting Johnny Fishbone in Sydney or Melbourne’s Arlechin if you fancy a tipple.