If you are dreaming of visiting the “Land Down Under,” you will appreciate a morsel of travel knowledge before you embark. To make the most of your time while visiting the beautiful (and massive) island, it is best to invest in a pre-travel plan.
Spend time researching the area prior to your arrival, and plan for an eclectic adventure. Most people are not able to think past their visions of Sydney and its famed opera house, but there is much more to Australia than what is found in this “go-to city.”
Check out a few brief highlights of a few of the most popular travel destinations in Australia, and start planning your next vacation.
Adelaide Hills in southern Australia
If you are looking to enlighten yourself with Australian art culture, Adelaide is the best place to visit. Its beautiful rolling hills also give way to one of the finest resort locations in the world.
The Hahndorf Resort in Adelaide Hills will provide safe and comfortable lodging, along with a wide array of activities to keep you and the kids busy. Do not miss this chance to relax and enrich your life with some of Australia’s most famous art displays.
The Great Barrier Reef near Cairns and Townsville
One of the most breathtaking sights to behold in this world is that of the Great Barrier Reef. Birthed more than 10,000 years ago, the reef is one of the oldest living coral reefs on the planet.
It covers more than 135,000 square miles and is home to some of the world’s most interesting underwater life. There are more than 2,000 different types of fish present in the reef, and a snorkeler will almost always have the opportunity to witness life on the reef.
Fraser Island in Southeast Queensland
One of the most awe-inspiring places the world has to offer is Fraser Island in southeast Queensland, Australia. The largest sand island in the world offers a space for the best tropical retreat your mind could imagine. Do not miss out on Fraser Island.
Check out Melbourne’s aboriginal history
By the size of this booming metropolis, it may be hard to imagine the humble beginnings of Melbourne, Australian. In the early 1800s, this city was founded as a gold rush town. Enrich your knowledge of the world’s cultures, and make sure to visit the Immigration Museum, the Gold Treasury Museum, the Old Melbourne Gaol, and the Royal Botanic Gardens.
Get your surf on in Noosa, Australia
Entertain your wildest surfing dreams in Noosa, Australia. One of the world’s most famous surfing destinations, Noosa is known for its long beaches and colorful bays. You can hike in the Noosa National Park or ride your canoe down the Noosa River. Noosa is also close to Fraser Island, so you can likely visit two excellent destinations in just one stop.
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