Exciting Places to Visit in Australia
Australia is such a vast and fascinating country that the only way to truly experience it, or at least scratch beneath the surface of it , is to take a couple of months to travel around the country. Whilst the nation is vast it is important to recognize that the large majority of it is not greatly inhabited based on the arid environment and the searing heat which you’ll find in the center of the country. This is what has pushed the population to the outer edges of the country and once we got there we made some incredibly cool and very exiting places indeed.
If you are traveling Oz, here are some of those exciting places which you need to visit.
Visiting Sydney is a rite of passage for anyone coming to Australia and so you really have to build this into you schedule. Sydney makes for the perfect introduction or final act to your trip to Australia, and given its accessibility from international airports, this is a plan which makes the most sense. In Sydney there is so much to do from visiting the famous harbor with the iconic Opera House, climb the famous Sydney Harbor Bridge and of course spend some time on the world’s most famous beach at Bondi. If you are coming here with a loved one then get ahead of time and order some flowers for the room. When it comes to flower delivery Sydney has plenty of online options and this could be a wonderful way to welcome your partner to this new adventure.
In terms of cool places to visit, Melbourne probably sits in number one spot and it is the home of music, sport, food and entertainment here in Australia. Melbourne is very much one of those cities that ticks every box and whether you happen to be a foodie, someone who loves big events or someone who is looking to discover the more artistic side of life, this is the city which has got you covered. Melbourne is one of those cities which is modern in its attitudes and its design, yet always with one foot in the traditions of the nation. A perfect example of this can be found in the National Gallery of Victoria features vast amount of indigenous art, walk ten minutes from there and you’ll find the MCG, one of the world’s greatest sporting venues.
Ayers Rock, or Uluru as the aborigines call it, is an enormous sandstone monolith which can be found around 200 miles from Alice Springs in Australia’s Northern Territory. This is without question one of the most recognizable landmarks in the country and it is also an incredibly sacred place for the indigenous aboriginal people of the area. Visiting here is about much more than setting eyes on the fascinating rock, which stands alone in a vast plane of smooth land, here there is also springs and waterholes, as well as ancient paintings to be discovered.
The Great Barrier Reef
The Great Barrier Reef is one of the nation’s most impressive national landmarks, featuring over 2,000km of coral and other marine life this is an area which has fascinated scientists and tourists alike for generations. This phenomenon can be found just off the coast of Queensland and there are many opportunities for diving and snorkeling to explore more. Sadly however this amazing landmark is gradually disappearing as a result of something called coral bleaching. Somewhat unsurprisingly this is happening as a result of climate change and owing to human behavior so if you do want to see this in all of its natural glory, you had better get there in the next couple of years before things get really bad.
These are a few ideas of where to go when you get here.
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