Australia’s biggest city is most international visitors’ gateway into the country, and the sparkling
Sydney Harbour provides a spectacular welcome mat.
Great Barrier Reef
See it while you still can. Climate change is bleaching the color out of the world’s largest coral
reef system, which stretches 2,300 kilometers along the sunny Queensland coast.
Words can’t quite capture the majesty of ‘The Rock’, a hulking sandstone monolith that emerges
out of the ochre-red dust of Central Australia.
Great Ocean Road
Spanning 243 kilometers of rugged Victorian coastline west of Melbourne.
the Great Ocean
is easily Australia’s most picturesque touring route, and perhaps one of the most scenic
road trips on the face of the Earth.
Aqua Jetpack Flying
Aqua Jetpack Flying is available at multiple locations in Queensland, New South Wales and
Perth in Western Australia.
Stand-up Paddle boarding
It is one of the fastest growing water sports in the world. Stand-up paddle boarding is only
possible if you understand the concept of balancing.
If you believe that you have the nerves to choose an adventurous sport that can pump high
dosage of adrenaline in your nerves, Kite Surfing is going to be a blast for you.
Scuba Diving requires your physical strength and technical know-how about the water bodies. It
can be considered as a cousin of snorkeling but is very different from the other sport.
Dine under the stars
In this unforgettable, intimate dining experience overlooking Uluru and the distant domes of
Kata Tjuta, you'll watch the sun set to the sound of a didgeridoo, sit on top of a dune to savor a
degustation feast under the many stars.
Ride the roller-coasters
For fun, not much beats the Gold Coast's theme parks, offering huge thrilling rides.
See the Sydney Harbour New Year's Eve fireworks
One of the first places in the world to welcome the New Year, Sydney Harbour puts on a
spectacular show. The fireworks at 9pm and midnight on New Year’s Eve are not to be missed,
with pyrotechnics from the Sydney Harbour Bridge to the Opera House.
Hit the ski slopes
Australia may be best known for its beaches, reefs and outback, but it's also home to the third
longest land-based mountain range in the world.
Vegemite is the most common one that ‘foreigners’ discover.
Any backpacker who has traveled through Australia will have tried Australians favorites
chocolate biscuit… the Tim Tam.
Ok, this doesn’t sound particularly Australian, but this is one of the most common foods you’ll
find in a Australian pub.
The Aussies and the Kiwis have forever fought for the title as the “inventor’ of the Pavlova – a
meringue cake base topped with whipped cream and fruit. Regardless of its origin, the pavlova is
Australia boasts a number of the world's foremost attractions and there is truly something for
everyone in any of the main cities. Natural sites, man-made spectacles and entertaining parks
make up for a larger part of the iconic landmarks. Sydney Opera House, which took more than
14 years in construction, is one of the most remarkable pieces of architecture in the world.
Mother Nature amazes everyone once more with the implausible beauty of Cradle Mountain-
Lake St. Clair National Park. There are more to see and do in this sixth largest country of the
world. Grab one of the exciting Australia tour packages and uncover the natural and man-made
treasures in a very expedient way.
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