Australia attracts thousands of people each year that come to visit the country and explore its many attractions. It is blessed with rich wildlife, beautiful landscapes, sustainable natural resources, beautiful architecture, many outdoor adventure opportunities and an interesting history that continues to attract tourists.
Australia boasts an extensive transport network that links each tourist spot to another, making it easier and more comfortable for tourists to explore this diverse country. Other than airplanes, Australia also has a very large network of trains and buses that are affordable as well as convenient for travel. Australians are known to be very accommodating, helpful and friendly, adding to the experience of travellers.
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We have also prepared a list of our top 5 places to travel in Australia
5 Top travel destinations
Australia’s largest city, the capital of New South Wales is home to the photogenic Sydney Harbour, the Sydney Opera House, the lush coastal walk from Bondi to Coogee, a lively entertainment scene and some of the best restaurants in the world. And then there are the beaches, many beautiful beaches, like Bondi Beach, Manly Beach, Shelly Beach, Palm Beach, Bronte Beach and many others. While these famous landmarks are the undoubted highlights, the city has much more to offer. With many museums, theatres and cinemas scattered around the city, Sydney’s thriving cultural scene means there is always something to see and do.
Learn more: https://www.sydney.com/
2. Blue Mountains
The Blue Mountains National Park, home to the famous Three Sisters in Katoomba, boasts impressive scenery consisting of cliffs, forests, waterfalls and caves. There are countless fun activities in the mountains, such as climbing and abseiling. It’s just two hours by train from Sydney Central Station to Katoomba.
Learn more: https://www.bluemts.com.au/
Melbourne is the coastal capital of the state of Victoria, in southeastern Australia. In the city centre there is the modern Federation Square, with bars and restaurants along the Yarra River. On the south bank, the Melbourne Arts Precinct is home to the Melbourne Arts Centre – a theatre complex – and the National Gallery, with modern Australian and native art. The city, besides being very charming, attracts several tourists due to its architectural beauty. On this trip, you can’t miss going on a Great Ocean Road tour to see the 12 Apostles.
Learn more: https://www.visitmelbourne.com/
Cairns, located in Queensland, is famous for Australia’s Great Barrier Reef. The Great Barrier Reef is the largest coral reef system in the world, with up to 3,000 coral reefs, 600 continental islands and 300 coral cats. Go snorkelling or scuba diving on the Great Barrier Reef, go on a cruise or even a helicopter tour. Cairns is a modern and vibrant city to visit; it is the ideal base for exploring the wonderful attractions that Tropical North Queensland offers. You will find pleasant cafes, bustling markets and many beaches nearby. Relax by one of the beautiful resorts or spend your days exploring this tropical oasis.
Learn more: https://www.cairnsinfo.com/
5. Gold Coast
The Gold Coast is famous for its long beaches, surf spots and elaborate system of canals and inland waterways. The main attraction of the Gold Coast is Surfers Paradise beach. It also houses theme parks such as Dreamworld, Sea World and Wet’n’Wild. You can also discover laid-back suburbs, and an expanding culinary scene. And don’t forget to allow enough time for a trip to the subtropical hinterland for walks in the rainforest and enjoy the waterfalls.
Learn more: www.goldcoast.qld.gov.au