Australia is the world’s biggest island and its smallest continent, located between the Pacific and Indian Oceans. There’s plenty of freedom to move in Australia, and with so many sites to see and appreciate, there’s enough of a reason to embark on a walkabout trip.
Travelling in Australia might be the best decision you can make, especially if you are looking forward to seeing beautiful scenery. Even if you are the owner of an online casino in Malaysia, you will love Australia as much as I do.
There are a lot of best places that you can visit in Australia and bring your family along. Travelling to every inch of Australia might take you months, so here I list down some of the famous places in Australia that offer the best experience for you.
Sydney Opera House
This renowned structure on Sydney’s Bennelong Point, shaped like enormous shells or billowing sails, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the world’s great architectural symbols. The setting is breathtakingly amazing. The building is surrounded by water on three sides, and the Royal Botanic Gardens border it on the south.
Every time I mention Australia, most people will talk about the Sydney Opera House because it is like Australia’s Statue Of Liberty. Everyone wants to take photos with the Sydney Opera House as their background to prove that they have been to Australia.
Great Ocean Road
Have I mentioned about the scenery in every inch of Australia? About how it gives me a peaceful mind and heart? If I haven’t, you should know it really is amazing!
The Great Ocean Road is one of Australia’s greatest driving roads, and it connects two of the country’s most popular tourist sites. The route extends over 300 kilometers along Australia’s southeast coast, from the surfing resort of Torquay to the town of Allansford, near Warrnambool in the state of Victoria, and was built to create work during the Depression.
Here, the top attraction along the road is Port Campbell National Park as you can see the formation of Twelve Apostles from there. It surely is breathtaking with the blue seawater and windy weather especially when you are there early winter.
Blue Mountain National Park
Another UNESCO World Heritage Site; the Blue Mountains National Park, is a popular day trip from Sydney. It is called from the blue haze emitted by the numerous eucalyptus trees, which creates a beautiful panoramic picture! This park, one of the most well-known in Australia and should not be missed.
Here you can watch the most iconic view of this place, the towering sandstone rock formation; The Three Sisters.
Great Barrier Reef
The Great Barrier Reef is one of the seven wonders of the natural world. This is a great place for someone who loves snorkelling and diving and seeing the amazing coral reefs. The Great Barrier Reef, the world’s biggest coral reef system, is simply massive. The Great Barrier Reef, located in the Coral Sea off the coast of Australia’s state of Queensland, covers a vast region with more than 2,900 coral reefs and hundreds of islands and cays.
You may embark on a liveaboard dive boat holiday to the most isolated dive spots on the reef, take a helicopter trip over the breathtaking seas, or try your hand at helmet diving.
Australia is one of the best countries that you can travel to during holidays. You can go shopping, diving, going to theme parks or even just sleep in your hotel.