Australia is simply sublime. This characterful destination is a truly paradise for sun seekers, beach hopping and adventure thrillers. There are so many things to delve into in this stunning country than just spotting the Kangaroo, capturing the red sands of Urulu or dive in the Great Barrier Reef. In fact, to name the best experiences to soak up in Australia is never easy.
However, to make a list of best places to visit in Australia, these beautiful sites have something to inspire you
The reason Saphhire Coasts should take the spotlight on the tourism radar is all about its off-beaten-track experience. This less-visited corners is not the easiest travel site to reach yet really deserve your attention.
To reward your travel with unspoiled nature, dramatic landscapes, take a ride to Disaster Bay, crossing the large beach of Bermagui. , unspoiled nature is your reward along this ruggedly beautiful stretch of sea from Bermagui to Disaster Bay.
For any first timers, Melbourne should be on your travel bucket list. Like many big cities in the world, Melbourne treasures spectacular art scene.
Make sure you try the coffee here ! it is known as one of the best places to drink it in the world. Things you should also plan for your travel to Melbourne is the river cruise and a road trip to great Ocean, a perfect place for sunset.
Remember that Melbourne food scene is really really rich and diverse. To uncover the secret of local dishes, check the ultimate Melbourne food guide from my friend Emile
Undoubtedly, Uluru is so photogenic that most of travel magazines has the photo of it. Cultural enthusiasts will find this land so attractive, especially to uncover the Indigenous culture. You`ll be tempted by the story of Anangu people.
Some adventures to soak up in Uluru are: Alice Spring Tour, Kings Canyon.
If you have short time in Uluru, at least photograph the Red Ayers Rock !
For a family holiday to Australia, make sure you check the Fun Australia Facts for Kids
Whitsundays is truly inspiring for me. With 74 islands, mostly uninhabited, Whitsunday offers gorgeous seascapes. It is really a paradise for sea, sun and sand and even more.
For a day out, see Whiteheaven beach, set sailing out to the amazing waters and spot the turtle or making a trip to Hill Inlet.
Seeking for romance ? sip the cocktail at Hamilton Island when the sun downs or hike together to Passage Peak – the amazing sea panorama awaits your exploration.
Seeking the best idea of seeing Whitsundays ? check out the top Whitsundays Tours from RTW
Barossa is probably not as famous as Bordeaux but its wine is well-recognized worldwide. Over 150 wineries have farmed this picturesque region. Over 80 cellar are open for your visit. There is no way to step out without tasting the Red Wine or bringing back a chardonnay bottle.
Personally, a farmer market is really interesting to explore in Barossa valley.
Many people come to Sydney just to behold the famous Sydney Opera House and Habour Bridge, however, the place has more than that to offer.
For kid friendly activity, you can book a trip to Sea Life Sydney Aquarium or Taronga Zoo. For a walk, head to the Botanic Garden. For an oceanic adventure, Whale Watching is available on the southern coast.
Hunter valley is also a very nice to spend your day.
When it comes to the idea of appreciating the oldest forest in Australia, Daintree is the place you should see. Covering 1200 square km, Daintree is home to Kuku Yalanji tribe who could be your very friendly tour guide to introduce you the ecosystem of the area.
Adventure minded travelers can also enjoy paddling on Mossman River without worrying about crocodiles.
Recognized as a Unesco Heritage, Kadadu is the largest national park. The diversity of this park is reflected through thundering Jim Jim waterfalls, Twin falls, 30 walking trail which showcases the richness of flora and fauna.
Kakadu is one of the best places to visit in Australia for eco tours. The highlighted experiences in Kakadu are exploring the Mamukala wetland, learning about Nourlangie
Great Ocean Road
To plan an unforgettable trip to Australia, Great Ocean Road is a must. It is probably the most touristic road but totally worthy.
Lasting for 243km, the Great Ocean Road isn`t lack of amazing stops to see something unique in Australia.
Here are some of the best experiences I got for 3 days trip : admiring the Mackenzie waterfalls, photograph the koalas in the wild, stay for sunrise at 12 Apostles, visit Aboriginal cultural centre.