The land often described as a ‘lucky land’ is filled with aboriginal legends of the great spirits of the Barrier Reef, natural rain forests, exotic colored beaches, and some attractive wild life. One visit on the land will let loose the vibrant multicultural cities, UNESCO World Heritage sites, sand islands, naturally molded coast beds, that will leave a curious adventurer wanting for more.

Bordered by the Royal Botanic Gardens and lush waters, Sydney’s Opera house is a one stop destination for a cultural sneak peek of what this country holds. The Coathanger, a steel arch Harbor Bridge that connects the North Shore to the central business district covering 8 lanes of traffic is also housed in Sydney. Australia’s travel itinerary is incomplete without Melbourne. Visit the green city and experience the luxury of parks, garden and warm-open spaces. This city is all about the culture, galleries, theatres, restaurants, shoppers flock drawn at the banks of the Yarra River. It houses the most famous places heard of, such as the Royal Botanical Gardens, Federation Square, National Gallery of Victoria, Mountain Cricket Ground and so on. It’s also extended into the lush Dandenong Ranges, Mornington Peninsula.

A UNESCO World Heritage Site with its three Sisters Sandstone towers facing  the Blue Haze Mountains National Park is a haven for adventure enthusiasts and a must for a day drip; Hiking, Mountaineering, Rock Climbing, Horseback riding and popular outdoor activities are encouraged in the park’s campus. To know another 75 mile long UNESCO place, Fraser Islands between Bundaberg and Brisbane with its ship wreckages, cathedrals, champagne pools is a must visit if you’re up for some adventure in a mini-land that has it all.

Experience the Marine ecosystem like no other island on the planet. With the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park in Queensland; A turf to surfing, backpacking, and lovers to walk on, Bondi to Bronte Coastal walk is a beautiful coastal beach with dozens of market attractions; Great Ocean Road (Victoria) is an amazing driving route with an ariel view revealing the puzzle-like rock formations known as the Twelve Apostles, London Bridge, the Arch, Loch Ard Gorge, lateral view is filled with NPs, dense eucalyptus forests, hiking trails and waterfalls; Cable Beach in the West, Kimberly holds one of the best beaches with a multi-diverse NP; Experience the Staircase to the moon- an optical illusion in March to October here amidst a myriad of waterfalls.

Cradle Mountain-Lake St. Clair National Park (Tasmania), Kangaroo Island (Fleurieu Peninsula, Adelaide, South Australia), Kakadu, the largest NP, Uluru-Kata Tjuta NP, deep in the heart of AU’s Red Centre/Arers Rock (Northern Territory), Daintree NP (North Queensland) are habitats for some amazing wildlife and natural picks for serene photography.

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