Most people from places afar commonly settle to visit the king of all nations, which is none other than the United States. They also visit other rich countries, which are included in the top 10 list of the wealthiest nations in the world.
Hence, there are incredibly various reasons why you would want to stay and explore these places in Australia even more, especially when you see, the top 10 locations that will make you say that you are already in paradise.
It is not as big as other continents out there, but they have eight major states and territories, which are rich in splendid destinations while experiencing the friendly invitation from their citizens.
The natural and hidden wonders of the world are coupled with their unique animals and great beaches that are perfect for spending time with families and friends.
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Great Ocean Road
This is along the southern coast and an hour drive from Melbourne, Australia. It is measured 250 kilometers, which was actually built since 1930 in respect to the memoirs of the soldiers who did fall in WWI. You can actually see it in between Warnambool and Torquay. The highlight of the place is the renowned “twelve apostles” which are represented in stones.
This is one of the major tourist destinations because of the modern presentation of a city. It is 94 kilometers away from Brisbane, and it is found in South East Queensland. It has superb beaches perfect for surfing while enjoying the sunny subtropical climate, high-rise skyline, canals and waterway systems, rainforest hinterland, and nightlife.
This is situated in Western Australia, which is comparable to Pumulu National Park. It is the land of pearls, one of the prides of the place. Nonetheless, it offers perfect relaxation against the stresses of life with its cable beach, which is one of the top ten famous beaches found in Australia. They also have an open-air cinema, which is one of the tranquil amenities that they offer.
This is the third biggest Island in Australia, which is smaller than Melvine, and Tasmania, which can be reached by riding a ferry. It is rich in wildlife like albino wallabies, sea lions, and little blue penguins.
Uluru and Kata Tjuta National Park
This is found 335 km Southwest of Alice Springs, within the boundary of Uluru-Kata, which is surrounded by bushland, where Uluru (Ayers Rock) is located. It can be visited daily between 07:00 in the morning to 06:00 in the evening by 16 years old and above. There are also other activities that can be done while visiting the place, which are educational and inspiring.
Pumululu National Park
It is a quiet place located in Western Australia. There are only few people who have reached this place, rarely seen by people since it is away from the contemporary description of a city. Hence, the area has its breathtaking view that will caress and comfort your heart.
It is believed that it is the largest sand island not just in Australia but also in the world. You will get to see the natural beauty of the place by riding the ferry and you will need three days just to enjoy the whole sceneries and interesting areas in the place. This is a good camping ground for teams, providing a big break for all.
Great Barrier Reef
You have never been in Australia if you would not visit this place. This is one of the primmest beauties found at the coast of Queensland. It is the largest coral reef spreading over 2,600 km with its 900 islands. The popular area of the Great Barrier Reef where you could receive a post card of it is their Whitsundays at the east coast. There are various activities that you can do like scuba diving, snorkeling, and witnessing the unique collections of fishes, which cannot be found anywhere like clown fish, together with tiger sharks, red bass, and others.
Sydney Opera House
This is the famous white shell-domed, which do hosts concerts, theatrical productions, and tours daily. It has been in operation since 1973 and was built and designed by Danish Architect named Jorn Utzon. It is exactly located along Bennepoint in Sydney Harbour, which is near to the Sydney Harbour Bridge. It regularly hosts 1,500 performances yearly, which is being attended by approximately 1.2 million of people.
Sydney Harbour Bridge
This is the important place that you have to see when you visit Australia. You have to experience climbing up to the top of this bridge where it actually gives a backdrop to the Sydney Opera House. You will see a coat hanger on the bridge, which represents and signifies the country itself, while the whole architectural design is made of conceptual shells that form a roof.