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The Great Barrier Reef and Whitehaven Beach, Australia

Australian biggest treasure — The Great Barrier Reef and Whitehaven Beach The Great Barrier Reef is a highly valued treasure...


Australia is a fascinating place filled with natural wonders, amazing beaches, wildlife, and cosmopolitan cities. While it’s expensive to visit Australia due to its remoteness and size, it is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world.

There is no doubt it’s the best country to go on an adventure, from road tripping the captivating landscapes to diving the world’s largest coral reef system.

Driving the Great Ocean Road is a must for everyone traveling in Australia. It’s one of the most scenic and epic road trips you could do in your life, as the views are absolutely stunning.

Melbourne is nicely laid-back and has a good nightlife. You can just relax in this city, see some of the best street arts, walk the gardens, and eat great food. You can also take the ferry and visit Tasmania.

Australia’s largest city, Sydney is iconic in many ways. Some of the popular tourist attractions include walking the Sydney Harbour Bridge, visiting the Sydney Opera House, and hanging out at the beaches such as Bondi. Hiking the Blue Mountains National Park and Royal National Park make great day trips from Sydney.

On the east coast, surf the Gold Coast and explore Fraser Island. Heading up to the north, don’t miss visiting the Whitsundays and check out Whitehaven Beach. The white sand beaches are simply picture-perfect.

Stop by at Cairns since it’s a great base to do many adventure activities. Go scuba diving or snorkeling at the Great Barrier Reef. Hike the world’s oldest rainforest Daintree and get deeper into nature.

See Uluru in Central Australia and make sure to see the sunrise and sunset while you are there, as both sights are incredible. Visit the Cultural Centre and learn about Aboriginal history. Travel to Western Australia and explore the coast, including Perth, Margaret River, and the Outback.

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