Adventurous places in Australia
What’s more is the world famous Coral reef is a must visit with great options like swimming with whales and scuba diving.
Wondering where to go for an adventure trip? Australia might just be the answer. It has everything from sailing, kayaking, windsurfing, surfing, white water rafting to jet skiing and speed boating.
Exmouth (Western Australia)
Having a wide range of adventures like Snorkelling, whale watching and scuba it also offers one of the most bio-diverse reefs in the world with a three hour flight from Perth. The Ningaloo Reef is not only a myriad of beautiful brightly colored fish, sea turtles but has more than 200 species of hard coral, one can also get an opportunity to swim with the majestic whale shark which is in fact one of the largest fishes in the sea as it can be up to 16 meters long. Other attractions like the beautiful Turquoise beach with its pristine blue waters are also quiet famous.
It is the capital and largest city of the Australian state of Western Australia. Most famously known for The Jewel cave as it has the largest straw stalactite open cave measuring 5.4 meters long, being 1.9 km long in total. It is a gift of nature and an experience in itself.
The Great Barrier Reef is about a two hour boat ride from Cairns spanning across 2,000 kms in length alongside Queensland coastline. It is one of the eight wonders of the world with the crystal clear blue waters filled with a variety of marine life. Another attraction is a flight over the heart reef which in itself is indeed a romantic experience. The best to visit might notably be from April to January.
Gold Coast (Queensland)
Having 60 kms of beach area, 40 golf courses and 6 major theme parks it one of the most popular tourist destinations in Australia. It provides lots of tourist attractions like Sea World, Wildlife Park, Wet ’n’ Wild Water World and Warner bros. the famous SkyPoint which is the only beachside observation deck with the world’s fastest elevator and a museum.
Canberra (New South Wales)
Not any ordinary city, called the storied capital, is historically famous for Parliament house. Yet it is most famous for the balloon festival. A great experience, as tourists can get entertained and enjoy the festivities with great food and music too.
Sydney (New South Wales)
Perhaps the most famous city of Australia as it is known for the beautiful Opera House, which is the busiest performing arts complex. One of the adventures you can experience is climbing The Habour Bridge, it is an iconic symbol being the fifth longest bridge in the world at almost 1,150 meters long. Another spot to explore is the Royal Bontanic Gardens which showcase exotic wildlife.
For an evening out, one can visit The Sydney Tower which can provide an all round panoramic view of the city. It also has a restaurant where one can experience a Skywalk, on the glass floored platform which further gives a more comprehensive view of Sydney.
Melbourne (New South Wales)
Known for its upbeat culture and lifestyle it offers many places for you to see. St Kilda Beach is one of the famous “anytime” beaches with night markets on Thursday’s. Interestingly skiing on the Mount Buller is popluar, it is a 3 hour drive from Melbourne which offers a variety of slopes for beginners. In fact Snowy Mountains are also another location to experience the Alpines.
The Cradle mountain and St. Clair National Park which is a 2.5 hour drive from Launceston is a great place to see possums, wallabies and eastern quolls. It is a great way to experience the native wildlife of Australia.
At The Wineglass Bay you can experience the Tasmania’s famous beach (ranked in the top 10 in the world) with its beautiful sight’s of the local wildlife and Aboriginal heritage.
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