Australia is a massive country and unless you’re willing to spend months at a time on the road, it can be hard to get the most out of your visit. However, there are still plenty of places that have not yet been discovered by tourists—places that are just as worthy as Sydney or Melbourne. Here are my top recommendations for places you should visit if you want to make sure your trip to Australia isn’t just about eating kangaroo burgers and drinking beer in pubs.
Kakadu National Park
Kakadu National Park is a World Heritage Site, home to the world’s oldest living culture and over 300 species of birds. It has some of Australia’s best examples of Aboriginal art and culture, from ancient rock paintings to ceremonial sites. The landscape includes wetlands teeming with wildlife such as crocodiles, kangaroos and dingoes; deep gorges; waterfalls; rocky plateaus covered in spinifex grasses (which give these areas their name: “desert”); sandstone escarpments rising above flat plains; tropical savannah woodlands populated by wallabies and other marsupials.
The Great Barrier Reef
This is one of Australia’s most famous tourist attractions, and one that should be on every traveler’s bucket list. The Great Barrier Reef is a series of coral reefs located off the coast of Queensland in northeastern Australia. It consists of more than 2,900 individual reefs and stretches over 344 kilometers (220 miles). It is home to over 400 types of corals and 1,500 species of fish and other sea life.
Uluru – Ayer’s Rock
Uluru (also known as Ayers Rock) is one of Australia’s most famous landmarks and one of its most iconic images. It’s located in Central Australia and it stands 348 meters high! The rock itself was formed over 50 million years ago by volcanic activity and erosion. It’s believed that Uluru was once part of an ancient volcano which collapsed millions of years ago. The thousands of people who visit Uluru every year come from all over the world to see this incredible natural wonder up close.
Sydney Harbour Bridge Climb
A Sydney Harbour Bridge Climb is a must for any traveler. The views from the top of the bridge are absolutely stunning and you will get to learn all about the history of this iconic structure. If you are traveling in a group, this is a great activity for everyone to enjoy. You will be able to take photos from various spots around the bridge and there is even a canteen where you can grab some refreshments before or after your climb.
Alice Springs (Northern Territory)
Alice Springs is the second largest city in Australia’s Northern Territory. It is located at the very center of the country and it is surrounded by some of the most spectacular scenery on earth.
The area is home to many Aboriginal communities and there are many sites which can be visited to learn more about their culture and history.
The town itself has plenty to offer as well with plenty of shopping and dining options available along with a beautiful botanical garden that provides a tranquil escape from the busy streets below.
Cape Tribulation (Queensland)
Australia’s Great Barrier Reef is the world’s largest coral reef system, and it’s home to thousands of species of fish and other marine life. But if you’re looking for something a little more exotic, you can also find crocodiles, koalas, kangaroos and even sea turtles at Cape Tribulation.
The area is located on the northernmost tip of the Great Barrier Reef, which means that it lies within one of Australia’s most popular tourist destinations. It’s also home to some of the most beautiful beaches in all of Queensland — including Twin Waters Beach, which features crystal-clear waters free from pollution.
Nightlife in Australia
If you’re looking for an exciting night out, then Australia is the place for you. There are many different types of clubs and bars all over the country where people can go to relax and have fun. You can find everything from hip hop clubs to dance clubs or even karaoke bars if that’s what floats your boat! Whatever kind of music or dancing style appeals to you, there will definitely be somewhere nearby that will offer it up on a platter with some drinks and good vibes! If you are looking for an intimate atmosphere, be sure to visit one of the famous Melbourne brothels. Australia offers plenty of adventures for all tourists and we guarantee you will fall in love with this country.
Shopping in Australia
Australia is a shopper’s paradise. There are so many shopping destinations in Australia where you can find authentic Australian goods at really affordable prices. The best part is that they are also available online. Here are some of the most popular places to shop in Australia:
Melbourne, Australia: This city has plenty of shopping areas like Chadstone Shopping Centre and Southland Shopping Centre which offer great deals on clothing, footwear and accessories for both men and women. You can also find some great deals on furniture here too!