Looking to escape the humdrum of everyday monotony, push your boundaries, and have a wonderful time doing it? Travel to Australia- a dream destination that has something for everyone’s appetite.
Crystal clear waters and rich marine underwater life of The Great Barrier Reef await eager divers, situated in the Coral Sea coast of Queensland. With a medley of exceptional dining and romantic theater experience, Sydney is the place to be. At New Year’s, you can witness the breathtaking sight of the Fireworks across the Sydney harbor bridge and encounter the iconic structure of Australia, the Sydney Opera House.
March is for Melbourne, boasting of superb shopping extravaganza where you will find everything you’ll ever need. Melbourne has one of the oldest shopping arcades that exude sophistication and are based on the lines of Paris, London and Milan.
The Great Oyster Bay will provide you with a magnificent view of the peninsulas and one of the world’s tallest Mountain, Mount Ossa. If you love wildlife, then Tasmania is perfect for you. The best time to visit is from November to March. Interested in Viticulture? Only 60km northeast of Adelaide is Barossa, a major wine producing region. April is the best time to visit Barossa when the town celebrates the Vintage Festival. The event is marked by carnivals, bands, dancing, food and wine tasting.
Situated in the Northern Australia, Uluru holds in itself the power to change your life forever. This mammoth, single monolith structure made of sandstone changes color from orange, to blue, violet or red during sunset and sunrise. The best time to visit is from July to September. Treat yourself to one of the most exhilarating drives of your life at the Great Ocean Road. Built in memory of the fallen soldiers, the road will give you some of the most magnificent scenery in Australia.
Fraser Island, the biggest sand island in Australia and in the world has uninterrupted white sand beaches, magnificent lakes, lush rainforests, and stunning sand cliffs. July and August are the best times to visit Fraser Island as you might be able to get a glimpse of humpback whales or the occasional Tiger Shark. Be careful though if you’re planning to take a dip.
Witness the amalgamation of the rainforests and the beautiful sandy beaches at Daintree National Park that ends in Cape Tribulation. This is an adventurer’s paradise – whether it is in the form of kayaking, snorkeling or climbing. Head to Kakadu National Park to know more about the Aboriginal culture. It encompasses the largest aboriginal rock art sites in the world, the most well-known of which are at Nourlangie Rock and Ubirr.
No matter which part of the country you visit, Australia is an enigmatic paradise that will quench your thirst and sweep away the land beneath your feet!