Top 6 tourist spots of Australia

Australia is the world’s largest island and the smallest continent. It surrounded by the Indian and the Pacific oceans. The continent is known for quite a number of places, and it serves as a wonderful tourist spot from breathtaking landscaped to beautiful cities and alluring beaches. Among them all, the spots in Australia which are undeniably a must see are:

  1. The Great Barrier Reef is one of the largest living structures on the planet, and the site is also visible from the outer space. The Great Barrier Reef Marine Park is one of the seven wonders of the natural world which stretches for over 2300 km along the state of Queensland. There is an amazing collection of marine life which includes both soft and hard corals; there are more than 1600 species of tropical fish, sharks, dolphins, dugongs, turtles, giant clams and rays. People who want can go for diving or snorkelling and for those who would prefer to stay dry; there is the option of underwater viewing stations and glass bottom boats.
  2. The Sydney Opera is a famous tourist spot being shaped like a giant shell; it is a magnificent building that is listed as a World Heritage Sites by UNESCO. Water surrounds the magnificent architectural structure from three sides and the Royal Botanic Garden as a border in the south. Visitors can enjoy a meal or a drink at the Opera Bar or at one of the restaurants and take a tour of the building which has theatres, a concert hall, studios, a cinema and exhibition rooms.
  3. Whitsunday Islands is a collection of 74 islands in the middle of Australia’s Great Barrier Reef. One of the most beautiful of the islands is the Whitehaven Beach. These islands are perfect for those who are looking for a peaceful and blissful time in the water or even out of it and enjoying the view.
  4. The Uluru which was known as Ayers Rock is located deep in the heart of Australia’s Red Centre. It is one of the most impressive natural wonders of the world. It is a massive sandstone rock formation in the Northern territory which forms the centre piece of the Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park. Also, you will find some red dome-shaped rocks in the park called the Kata Tjuta. As the sun goes down, visitors gather to watch Uluru and Kata Tjuta transform in the shifting light. It is absolutely a spectacular view.
  5. Cable Beach, Broome is a stunning place filled with white sand and spectacular turquoise sea. Visitors can ride the camels into the beautiful sunset. One can even visit the Broome Historical Museum, the Broome Crocodile Park and the Staircase to Moon which occurs between March and October.
  6. Daintree National Park is one of the World Heritage Area located far in North Queensland. It is one of the oldest ecosystems on earth consisting of an amazing collection of species-There are more than 18,000 plant species, and animals’ species include the crocodile, Cassowary, giant blue Ulysses Butterfly and Bennett’s Tree Kangaroo.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *