Australia - Holidays - Places In Australia To Visit

What to see in Australia - Australia Holidays - Places In Australia To Visit - Amazing Views in Australia

Consider experience Australia in a few days is impossible. Due to the remoteness of the country you need to have long travel plan to cover most of the places in Australia. To consider a trip to Australia, you should have a minimum of 15 days. Furthermore, the size of the country one of the largest in the world involves several miles to travel to see everything.

Most recommended and most visited places in Australia are -

The Sydney Opera House - one of the main attractions of this city. Besides offering a good music program, is a building-icon and everyone can go to restaurants and bars or cross it daily through their circuits. Sydney the Bay Bridge is celebrating its first 80 years

Melbourne - famous for its cosmopolitan nightlife and for its restaurants

Great Barrier Reef - more than 2,000 km of coral reef off the coast of Queensland, considered one of the major wonders of the world. Can be explored with goggles and flippers, or sailing, scenic flight in a glass bottom boat or staying in one of its many islands surrounded by coral

Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park - a place of pilgrimage in the desert. Hundreds of miles to be traveled to get there. In addition the park has many other points of interest include the incredible Kata Tjuta (the Olgas), and stunning sunsets.

Mona- a unique museum located in an incredible place by the river, which can be reached by ferry from the port of Horbart. The Museum of Old and New Art (MONA) of the Estate Morella is an innovative world-class institution. One of the most extraordinary artistic experiences of the country

Daintree Rainforest - an ancient forest included within the World Heritage List and full of fan palms, ferns, mangroves, birds, insects and frogs. You can explore on guided walks during the day, night tours for wildlife viewing, hiking in the mountains, interpretive walks by platforms, walks through the treetops, trails without a guide, Jeep tours, horseback riding.

Great Ocean Road - The Twelve Apostles are rock formations that emerge from the rushing waters of the sea and is one of the most famous sights of Victoria. Along a winding road that crosses beaches, jungles and villages. Later, the Ocean Road leads to the sea jewel of Port Fairy and Cape Bridgewater isolated. Also walk able from the Great Ocean Trail Apollo Bay to the Apostles.

Byron Bay - A small, cozy seaside resort, dynamic, relaxed alternative. It may sound very touristy but is a perfect place for his long, quiet stretches of beach and beautiful center underdeveloped. There are surf, alternative lifestyles, organic and new age, and all very close to Sydney.

Lifeguard competitions in Gold Coast surfers - They are tanned and muscular gods of the sea and icons Australian beach culture. In Gold Coast, surfers faced each other in competitions that are stressful events season where they swim, run and make trainers racing. An extraordinary sporting event

Whitsunday Islands - Can be enjoyed in many ways: browsing the turquoise waters of the Coral Sea, relax poolside at a luxury resort, feel like a castaway on a secluded beach, or visit its waters aboard a sail boat.

Food and wine for "gourmet" - In Australia you can find delicacies to suit all budgets, wines and cheeses in Tasmania, coffee in Melbourne, Sydney oysters and shellfish, red claw in South Australia, crayfish in Western Australia or the food of the Aborigines in the Territory North.

Canberra - known for its museums - Essential to the National Gallery of Australia, with its magnificent collection of Australian art, Asian, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders.

Wilsons Promontory -This national park offers some of the best opportunities to practice sendermismo Australian coast and camping. Hikers must walk the Great Prom Walk, three days, one night will stay in the keeper's house.

Cradle Mountain - Crescent-shaped ridge is a steep rock sculpted by ice and wind after millennia of erosion. It is the most recognizable and spectacular peak of Tasmania. To top it takes a whole day but offers incredible panoramic alpine heart of Tasmania.

Perth and Fremantle - Perth may be isolated, but is not a cultural wasteland. Sophisticated restaurants serve modern Australia a new selection of elegant cocktail is emerging in the most remote alleys. Downstream, the lively port of Fremantle offers a pub on every corner that is not occupied by a hostel and caddied and colonial buildings.

Broome and the Kimberley region - a city which is a dynamic mix of modern bars, beaches, nature, locals and travelers of all types. Area is land of camels, baobabs and cave paintings.

Southwest coast of Western Australia - from winery to winery country roads shaded by eucalyptus trees. You can also explore caves and historic towns. Surfers flock to enjoy the famous waves around Margaret River and many visitors come to see humpback whales.

Final of the Australian Football League - Celebrated Sabdo Melbourne last September. It's a perfect day to enjoy the Australian environment in a good pub and celebrate with the fans of this sport.

Aboriginal Art in Western Australia - In this area of 59,000 Aborigines live country of different ethnic groups and with different idiom's. In upstate, the Kimberley region offers the art of the Wandjina, Gwion Gwion's (Bradshaw) and contemporary Aboriginal art.

Darwin and Kakadu National Park - Destroyed by bombing during the Second World War and by Cyclone Tracy, Darwin as reinvention knows. This remote town has emerged from the tropical humidity to become a multicultural city and hedonistic. It is the starting point for knowing the Kakadu National Park. Aboriginal rock art bao sheer cliffs and idyllic ponds fed by huge waterfalls.

Wine regions of South Australia - Adelaide is intoxicated by the success of its three world-famous wine regions: the Barossa Valley, north, south McLaren Vale area, and the Clare Valley Riesling and their famous bike rides.

Fraser Island - an ecological jewel in which dingoes roam and lush rainforest grows on sand. A primitive utopian island with abundant wildlife, including dingoes purest race across the country.

Observation of wildlife - There is much to discover in Australia: south of the east coast will see penguins and sea lions north extraordinary cassowaries and crocodiles that seem dinosaurs. And across the country, lots of animals that cannot be found in any other part of the world: koalas, kangaroos, wombats and platypus. There are whales on the coast, sea turtles and of course, with its omnipresent kookaburras singing.

Tanami Road and Canning Stock Route - Right in the outback, a perfect road to travel in motor home or family car. The sky is blue, redder dust and salt lakes whiter than anywhere else on the planet.

Birdsville horse racing - What began in 1882 as a race horse breeders has become a huge event with over six thousand spectators who flock to this tiny town to enjoy four days of dusty race and large amounts of alcohol. Held in early September.

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