Top 7 Places to Visit in Australia

Top 7 Places to Visit in Australia

Jul 04, 2017 3:15:43 AM

Top 7 Remarkable Places to Visit in Australia and the best time to travel to Australia is either the spring or the autumn – neither too hot nor too cold.

Australia is located between the gigantic Pacific and the Indian Ocean and is the world’s largest island. It is the most beautiful island with a magnificent landscape, breath-taking beaches and a myriad of historical places. For planning an exotic vacation in Australia, you need a visa. There are simplified and straightforward visa services in Mumbai which allow you to enjoy a leisurely experience in across the borders.

There are top 7 places in Australia that will give a mind-blowing travel experience these vacations. Read on.

 

🌏   Whitsunday Islands, Queensland

There are 74 islands in total which make up the Whitsundays. These islands have the most magical beach in Australia – Whitehaven Beach – with turquoise water, pristine white sand and the always-beautiful tropical sunsets located in the heart of the Great Barrier Reef. There are a lot of options available for water sports.

🌏   Kakadu National Park, Northern

Territory Kakadu National Park is a World Heritage-listed site with contrasting landscapes from wetlands to sandstone escarpments, diverse habitats, waterfalls, swimming holes, billabongs, and wildlife. There are rugged cliffs of Arnhem Land and pools with paperbacks. This national park is a true paradise and thus an amazing place to visit when in Australia.

🌏   Margaret River, Western Australia

Margaret River stands third in the top places to visit in Australia since it has the spectacular beaches, gourmet food, coffee houses, 150 wine producers, cheese factories, mountain bike trails, forests, whales and the list just goes on. This place even has incredible surfing and an annual Margaret River Wine Region Festival which attracts tourists from all around the globe.

🌏   Sydney, New South Wales

Sydney is one of the world’s most vibrant cities and is also known as a gateway to the rest of Australia. There a lot of things that is a must-do when in Sydney – Relax on sun-drenched beaches, walk across the Harbour Bridge, a walk around the Circular Quay, admiration of the Opera House and a trip to the Blue Mountains.

🌏   Broome, Western Australia

Broome is often referred to as the ‘Pearl’ of Western Australia. It has the best beach in the world – the Cable Beach. It is a quite popular holiday destination where you can have a trip to the dunes Minyirr Park, time-travel to the pre-historic era on a hovercraft ride in Gantheaume Point which has 130-million-year old dinosaur footprints, ride into the Staircase to the Moon when a full moon rises over Roebuck Bay.

🌏   Byron Bay, New South Wales

Byron Bay is Australia’s easternmost town and has excellent beaches, lush rainforests, and a myriad of lifestyles. There are a lot of choices for water sports on the beach of lighthouses – snorkelling or scuba diving among sea turtles at Julian Rocks and Kayaking besides many bottlenose dolphins in Cape Byron Marine Park.

🌏   Uluru, Northern Territory

Uluru or the Ayers Rock is known as the ‘Spiritual Heart of Australia’. It is a humongous sandstone monolith in the “Red Centre” of the Northern Territory. It is located inside the Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park. There are a lot of things to do when in Uluru – experience the beautiful sunrise and sunset, walking around the base Uluru or taking a camel ride.

There are a lot of remarkable places to visit in Australia out of which the best places were listed. The best time to travel to Australia is either the spring or the autumn – neither too hot nor too cold. The Land of Kangaroo provides the tourists with the grandeur of travel experience with its beauty, diversity and magnificent landscapes.

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