Activities in Australia

About Australia

For many, Australia is one of the travel bucket list. Located down under with tremendous natural wealth and multi cultural life. A combination of Aborigines, treasures of the sea, rain forests and red deserts inhabited by unique and most dangerous wildlife. This world's smallest continent is almost equal to the size of the United States, but the population is only as dense as New York.

Getting Around

Get to know Australia

Top 10 Travel Destinations in Australia

For many a traveler, Australia is the land of dreams. Down Under state has tremendous natural wealth, up to a rich culture. Call it cultural diversity of modern and traditional with the "Dreamtime" belonged to the Aborigines, treasure of the sea floor that is part of the Great Barrier Reef, deserts redness to the rain forest. The world's smallest continent is almost equal to the size of the United States, but its population is only as dense as New York, the Australian mainland is mostly inhabited by unique wildlife, and the most dangerous. The traveler in Australia pampered with destinations that contrast with one another. Along the coast, you can find cities with diverse cultures, to do a safari in the desert, trekking in the ancient rainforest, see islands of sand, to dive on the Great Barrier Reef. In the hinterland, get ready for an adventure exploring the red charming desserts.

Sydney Opera House

The most famous building in Australia. UNESCO world heritage site is filled with sea and the Royal Botanic Garden in the south. You can take pictures, culinary, or see the theater and museum exhibits. Best photos you can get from the distance.

Cable Beach in Broome

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Cable Beach in Broome

One of the most popular destinations of Australia, beaches and famous for its dazzling white sand, a beautiful sunset and blue seas of the Indian Ocean. Cable Beach is also famous for camel riding activities for the beauty along the coast.

Fraser Island

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Fraser Island

This beautiful island is covered with forest, dunes, lakes and cliffs batupasirwarna. Seventy Five Mile Beach, there is a shipwreck that contrasts with the blue coast, colored sandstone at The Cathedrals, or gurgling fish pond, Champagne pools.

Bondi Beach

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Bondi Beach

Surfer's paradise of Australia. Blue seas, golden sands and waves are stable Bondi appeal that stretches 6 kilometers, lined sandstone cliffs. Shops, cafes and restaurants fulfill this popular pantaiyang coast.

Great Barrier Reef

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Great Barrier Reef

The main destination for divers, a coral reef system in the world. Great Barrier Reef, located in the Coral Sea is an area with 2,900++ types of coral and hundreds of islands and reefs, including Paradise Whitsunday Islands.

Kakadu National Park

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Kakadu National Park

National parks 'save' a collection of Aboriginal rock pictorial in large quantities, which has an estimated age of 20 thousand years. Bird watchers paradise is also home to many endemic species such as wallabies, dingos and crocodiles.

Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park

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Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park

Its main attraction is Ayers Rock, sandstone formations 340++ meters high giant. The uniqueness of the finished stone shrine Anagu Aborigines are color changing dramatically, from terracotta to blue, purple and red.

Great Ocean Road

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Great Ocean Road

Most beautiful track in Australia stretches as far as 243 kilometers starting from Torquay and ends at Allansford, with views of the beautiful beaches of Victoria, wildlife, and The Twelve Apostles, piles of limestone formations that emerge from the sea.

Blue Mountains National Park

Famous by The Three Sisters rock formation towering 900 meters above the Jamison Valley and became a favorite of the climbers. The scenery can be enjoyed with a glass-roofed train ride Katoomba Scenic Railway, world's steepest railway lines.

Sydney Harbor Bridge

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Sydney Harbor Bridge

"The Coathanger", the world's largest arch bridge has a pedestrian path, two railway lines, and eight runway road vehicle whose direction can be adjusted. The perfect place to enjoy spectacular views of the city and harbor.