The smallest continent in the world and the largest island, Australia is a tourist paradise. From being home to some of the world's most endangered wildlife and well-respected tribal stories, Australia is dotted with coral reefs, beautiful rain forests, red-water reserves, stunning beaches and tropical deserts. You can enjoy, be happy and spend an amazing holiday in this country. With so many places to visit in beautiful but unusual Australia, here are some of the most fascinating places for Australian tourists on your next vacation.
Great Ocean Drive
Located in Victoria, the Great Ocean Road is considered one of the most beautiful and well-maintained roads in the world. Do not miss the Twelve Apostles, an amazing composition of limestone stacks near the magnificent green sea. The 243-mile journey from Torquay to Allansford itself is a thrilling drive.
Kakadu National Park
World Heritage Site, Australia's largest national park. Second, in the world, Kakadu is one of the world's most beautiful deserts and is one of the most visited tourist destinations in Australia.
Blue Mountain Park
The beautiful Blue Mountains National Park - another UNESCO World Heritage Site - is a popular day trip from Sydney. Named after the blue mist from many eucalyptus trees, this is a spectacular sight! One of the most famous places in Australia, you should visit this park.
Fraser Island, a short boat ride from Hervey Bay, is the world's largest sand island and is a major part of Australia's wildlife tour. It offers one unique Australian four-wheel drive. You can also take a boat ride from Rainbow Beach and Hervey Bay. It is one of the most beautiful places you can visit in Australia in March because of the beautiful weather at that time.
The Uluru Mountains
One of the largest monoliths in the world, Uluru or Ayers Rock is one of Australia's most important tourist destinations. Located within the Kata Tjuta National Park, this spectacular red monolith sandstone, meaning 'shady place', is over 348 meters high. This is one of the best hiking trails in Australia.
Among the most popular tourist attractions in Australia, the Sydney Harbor Bridge is a must-visit. Rising 134 meters above the harbour, the bridge is affectionately called the “Coat hanger”. This is a marvel of engineering and is the largest bridge in the world.
Park Regis is one of the most beautiful buildings to visit in this mysterious world of Sydney, Australia.
Located in the Sydney Business District, this straightforward, high-rise hotel is 2.3 km from Sydney Opera House and 2.6 km from Sydney Harbor Bridge.
Modern rooms have brightly coloured TVs with flat-screen TVs, small refrigerators, tea and coffee cabins, and work desks. Wi-Fi is available. Suites add separate living spaces.
Utilities include an outdoor swimming pool, a rooftop with living rooms, and a balcony with seats. Breakfast is available.