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Things To Do Around Australia:

1. Pinnacles, Western Australia

If you’re interested in nature and want to experience the desert in Western Australia, we highly recommend visiting the Pinnacles. You’ll be surrounded by ancient formations coming out of the ground. The scenery is surreal with it’s strong orange-yellow sand and blue skies. It’s like you’re in another planet!

2. The Great Ocean Road, Victoria

The Great Ocean Road is a must-do for anyone visiting Melbourne. It’s one of the most scenic roads in the world! The drive is eventful as you pass through many boutique seaside towns, seeing wonderful view spots, wildlife, and of course, the striking 12 Apostles, Loch Ard Gorge and Razorback, which are a combination of limestone and sandstone stacks and cliffs along the rough Southern Ocean.

3. Barossa Valley, South Australia

This is a wine-lovers paradise! Barossa Valley has some of the oldest vines in Australia and a number of world-class wineries. They particularly excel in their red wines, such as Shiraz and Cab Sav.

4. Sydney City, NSW

If you’re a city person and enjoy the liveliness of a large, cosmopolitan city, Sydney is the place to visit. Sydney’s home to some iconic landmarks such as the Opera House and Sydney Harbour Bridge. It’s a fun day to simply take a ferry ride from Circular Quay to Manly, walk around the famous Bondi Beach, or indulge in the many fine restaurants and bars around this fantastic city!

5. The Great Barrier Reef, Queensland

We highly recommend hiring a yacht and exploring the Great Barrier Reef. Immerse yourself in the aqua blue sea water, snorkel among the scenic coral reefs and colourful fish. It’s a very magical part of the world, which makes it no surprise why it’s one of the World’s Natural Wonders.

6. Port Arthur, Tasmania

Experience a huge part of Australia’s history in Port Arthur, one of the first convict settlements in Australia.

7. Daintree Rainforest, Queensland

If you love tropical paradise, pay a visit to the Daintree Rainforest. It’s one of the oldest rainforests in the world and it’s home to a variety of tropical plants, trees, and wildlife, such as the prehistoric endangered birds known as the Cassowary. We highly recommend doing a cruise to spot saltwater crocs!

 

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