There´s Nothing Like Australia

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From the impressive mountains and temperate forests of Tasmania, to the tropical sands and palm trees of Queensland, and everything else in-between. Have you ever wondered, if you went to Australia, what places would you like to visit?


1.The forests of Southern Tasmania:

These beautiful forests contain the world’s tallest hardwood trees. With tremendous swathes of old-growth bushland, this areaamkes a crucial habitat for endangered Tasmanian Devils and Tasmanian wedge-tailed eagles.

Fact: There´s a Pink lake in Western Australia, also known as Hillier Lake. Thhe Pink and lovely hillier lake is the only vividly pink lade you will find in the world. Its startling color remains a mystery and scientists have proven its not due to the presence of algae.

2. The Great Barrier Reef

The Great Barrier Reef is the world's largest coral reef. It contains an abundance of marine life and comprises of over 3,000 individual reef systems and coral cays, and literally hundreds of tropical islands and divine golden beaches. You can just simply go to the closest beach and go for snorking and look at the beautfiul coral reef.

3. Kakadu

Kakadu National Park is recognised as a global treasure. It is World Heritage listed for both its magnificent nature and our living Aboriginal culture. Currently, it is the largest national park in Australia, covering almost 20,000 square kilometres. There´s this sort of place where you can get a guide and have a small turn around the place.

4.Sydney Opera House

Sydney's Bennelong Point graces the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites and is one of the world's great architectural icons. The location is stunning. Water surrounds the structure on three sides and the Royal Botanic Gardens border it to the south.

5. Bondi Beach

Bondi Beach is home to one of the oldest surf life-saving clubs in the world. It's also a great spot for a seaside stroll or picnic. The scenic Bondi to Bronte coastal walk begins at the southern end of the beach. Shops, cafes, and restaurants lie across the street from this famous coastal strip.

6. Queen Victoria Building

Originally built as a market, Today, more than 200 high-end shops line its light-filled galleries. It's worth a visit even for those who shun the shops, just to admire its successful restoration as well as its beautiful stained glass windows and mosaic floors.

7. Sydney Tower

309 m high Sydney Tower is the city's tallest building and one of its great landmarks (other than the Opera House and Harbour Bridge, of course). This golden spire-topped turret rises from the busy Centrepoint shopping mall. Express lifts whisk visitors to the observation deck at the top or to SKYWALK, an alfresco glass-floor viewing platform.

8. Sydney Harbour Bridge

The Sydney Harbour Bridge or "Coathanger," was the city's best-known landmark prior to construction of the Opera House. Pedestrians can stroll across on walkways or join a guided ascent through BridgeClimb for a breathtaking panorama of the city and harbor. To learn about the fascinating history of the bridge's construction, visit the museum in the southeastern pier.

9. Royal Botanic Gardens

Royal Botanic Gardens at Farm Cove lies a short and scenic stroll along the waterfront from the Sydney Opera House. Among the highlights is the Palace Rose Garden, which includes some 1,800 roses, and the Rare and Threatened Plants Garden.
Surrounding the gardens is the Domain, a popular event venue with open green space and sports areas. While at the gardens, visitors can enjoy views of Government House, the official residence of the governor of New South Wales.

10. Taronga Zoo

Exotic wildlife plus superb views of the Sydney skyline at Taronga Zoo. Nestled on a point along the north side of the harbor, the zoo inhabits prime Sydney real estate in the posh suburb of Mosman. Highlights include the Lemur Adventure Park, Koala Encounter, and Seal Show.


  • Hyde Park

  • Art Gallery of New South Wales

  • St Mary's Cathedral

  • Chinatown