Australia’s Top 10 Must-See places


Some Australian attractions are worth visiting in the country that everyone should know about. When we lived in Australia, we loved recalling the days! See here our top 10 places to visit in Australia Tour Packages.



 Australia’s capital city, Canberra, is also the only major city on the coast of the world.

 Canberra was only established in 1913 and was entirely built with a city-style chessboard structure. The streets stretch from South to North, and from East to West, similar to New York City. You can see the parliament buildings in Australia here.



 Sydney, the most populous city in Australia sits on the eastern shore.

 The Millennium Olympic Games were held in Sydney in 2000. The Harbor Bridge and the Opera House with their classic architecture is the most prominent sights in Sydney. See the Opera House in the evening below. More information about the Sydney Opera House is available here. Did you know that from the Sydney Botanical Gardens you had a beautiful view of the Opera House and the Harbor Bridge? There’s plenty of fun for children in the Royal Botanical Gardens, look here!



 Southeastern Australia is based in Melbourne. There are many street-side coffee shops and small shops in this cosmopolitan area. The river Yarra divides the town center and the city’s central business district.

 One of the most famous attractions of the city is the zoo and Queen Victoria Market. You can see penguins parading on the beach on the coast and nearby Philip Island.


 Perth and the West Coast

 Whales are evident on the coast of Perth from September to November. Whale watching is possible from June to September farther down the southwest coast.

 Australia Attractions: The biggest city in Western Australia, Perth has a significant number of immigrants from Asia and South Africa. The relaxing town and the many beaches on the west coast draw a lot of visitors. The Scitech Discovery Center in Perth is host to Australia’s largest planetarium!

 And Fremantle in the vicinity is worth visiting for its historic attractions including the Roundhouse, the Fremantle Prison, and the many museums like the shipwreck.


Uluru/Ayers Rock

In central Australia, Ayers Rock, or Uluru as the Native Americans named this huge rock formation. This outback spot is far away from every area, meaning long travel times to the amazing location. Alice Springs is the nearest town, approximately 450 km away!

 Uluru, the rock formation of the island-mountain is a refuge of Anangu, the natives of the area. They ask tourists not to move or climb on their holy mountain, to respect their culture.


Northern Territory

 Darwin is a town with a true feeling of the outback, located in the Northern Territories – Crocodile Dundee!

 With a wide range of wildlife, Kakadu National Park is a World Heritage Site and one of the most important sights in Australia. This part of Australia is still home to a variety of traditional Aboriginal tribes. Rock art is a must-see in the region.


Australia Attractions: Tasmania

 The island of Tasmania is a small province in the southeast of Australia. Hobart is the main town on the island.

 Tasmania is a place where you can enjoy walks and walks and mountain biking. You could also see the “Tasmanian devil,” a nightly active little mammal, if you’re very fortunate.


Gold Coast

 Gold Coast is another of Australia’s main attractions. The East Coast is the Gold Coast, the main tourist center in Brisbane.

 Brisbane has many resorts and offers lots of fun beach holidays. Water sports like surfing and sailing are popular or you may relax on one of the most beautiful white beaches and enjoy your Australian holiday.


Barrier Reef

In Queensland, the Great Barrier Reef is one of the world’s most pristine marine areas and the world’s largest coral reef. The Grand Barrier Reef is famous for its colorful sea life and it is, therefore, a must when visiting this area for snorkeling and diving.

 In clear waters close to the beach, you can see a variety of tropical fish in every color. On the north-east shore of Cairns is a popular beach resort city. This city has plenty of great hotels to stay and a day trip on the scenic rainforest railway in Kuranda is fun for children in particular.


Mount Kosciuszko

 Did you ever think you can go Australian skiing?

The area around Mt Kosciuszko is known as the winter sports region of Australia, where skiers and snowboarders attract numerous pistes. You can walk in the summer, too, up the mountains and see the highest mountains or even touch snow if you are lucky.

Well, remember that the ‘down’ is from June to August, the winter season. You have a wonderful view of the outback landscape in Australia’s highest peak, Mount Kosciuszko! In December, we went up the mountains and spent a nice Christmas in the surroundings!

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