Australia is the land of beaches, exotic animals, and cultures that one should take the experience of. Australia lies in the southern hemisphere and the climate is totally opposite of the northern hemisphere. That is the reason most of the European, Americans, and Canadians come to escape the cold climate of their countries.
The places that you can visit in Australia are in-numerous, but we will name a few to make it easier by giving a list to choose from.
The city which is home to the opera house is the best landmark anyone could think of when the name Sydney comes up. Opera house is one of the most distinctive and famous 20th-century buildings, where you get to see art which is run by opera house trust. This city has so many exhilarating beaches that one should visit if they are to visit the town. Sydney brags about the likes of Bondi and Coogee beaches, which are appealing to your very eyes and has breath-taking views.
Sydney will never disappoint you when it comes to beaches, which comprises rocky, sandy and thin beaches. Furthermore, Sydney also has shopping malls and it also serves nice delicacies. To be able to get the view of the city, the best option is to climb the Sydney tower, which is 268m high.
Melbourne has been awarded as the most liveable city in the world, topping it 7 times in a row.
The weather here is unpredictable, which makes the city’s people guessing about it. The good thing about the transportation facility in Melbourne is; it has a tram facility, which does not charge you even if you travel from dawn to dusk. Melbourne’s coffee is the best in the world, so do sip in some when you will travel there.
The best thing here for any outgoer is that the city has so many entertaining activities and events to offer on each and every day. The city also serves slavering food, which one should not miss.
Uluru is the rock, which is considered as sacred by the indigenous people and is thought to have started forming around 550 million years ago. The aboriginal who lives there is called as Anagu and they have the art carved on the caves which can be seen on the outskirts of Uluru rock.
This rock is the most recognizable landmark in Australia and it is located in the center of the universe. Uluru is 16km in circumference if you were to discover it by walk. The one thing visitors should take heed is that no one should climb on it as it will be a controversial thing.
The specialty about this rock is that the rock changes its color according to the day and the climate.
Although it is capital to the northern territory, it is rather small, but can be enjoyable for shopping.
Here we can find art galleries and museums and one can get lost in the history of the aboriginals.
For the adventure seekers, the place has crocosauros cove, where the Cage of Death experience offers the thrill of being in the same environment, more precisely in a special cage in the water, together with a 5m long croc.
Many of the restaurants have a crocodile on the menu around the Darwin; from a sandwich to croc pizza, the variety is large and appetizing.
5.Great barrier reef
It is the only living thing that can be seen from the outer space; it is bigger than the great wall of China.
It has 2900 coral reef which extends to an astonishing distance of 2600km and in it, there is marine life such as turtles,1500 different species of fishes and on the land, you can witness the exotic birds.
It has many things to offer to the tourists, starting from the beaches to marine life, that is the reason it is the most sought-after destination in Australia. The picturesque that can be seen is mesmerizing and the activities that you can do is very blissful; activities that can be done are snorkeling, scuba diving, bare boats, glass-bottomed boat viewing, semi-submersibles and educational trips, cruise ship tours, whale watching and swimming with dolphins.
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