What You Should Include In Your Australian-Trip-Bucket-List

Australia is indeed a beautiful country with a lot to experience and enjoy. You cannot forget the hospitality of the Australians as well, as it makes the country all the more appealing. However, if you want to make the best out of a trip to this land of the kangaroos, you certainly need to include these places in your list.

The Opera House

This is of course a landmark that screams Australia just from a mile away. The view of this house has become so popular today that many people may even recognize the country through this image. So it has come to an extent where Australia equals the opera house! Rather absurd when you think of it, but surely does help a lot in promoting the tourism side of the country! So even if you are in an accommodation Geelong  try to schedule a trip to visit this famous tourist spot.

The Marine Park

For all those underwater sea lovers, this is an ideal place to visit. The Great Barrier Reef which is pretty famous in Australia mainly because of the beautiful corals you see, is very visible even from outer space and has also been listed as a world heritage. The marine park which has been built including this area stretching for over 2300 kilometres covers 3000 coral reefs, 300 coral cays, 600 continental islands and inshore mangrove islands. There is also a lot of marine life bodies like sharks, dolphins and even a range of tropical fish that could be easily witnessed here. And so it is a definite must-go location!

The National Park

Uluru in Australia’s Red Centre is a widely photographed location that cannot be missed if you were to visit this country. The red monolith forms the centrepiece of this Uluru Kata Tjuta National Park which is also considered a world heritage even today and is jointly managed by traditional land owners, Parks Australia and the Anangu people.

The Harbour Bridge

The harbor bridge that is also usually pictured along with the Opera House is also known as the Coathanger. It is also identified as the world’s largest steel arch bridge that was ever to be built extending over a distance of 500 meters. So as impressive as it is to be spoken (technically written) about, visiting the place for real could give you a whole new experience, so do make sure to visit it!

In addition to the above places also make sure to visit the Blue Mountains National Park, the city of Melbourne and even the Bondi Beach to create more memories in this beautiful land!

 

 

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