Where to go in Australia?

Sydney Opera House

One of the most well recognized landmarks in Sydney, the Opera House is an internationally recognized Australian icon and is one of the most popular attractions in Sydney city. Located on the edge of the harbor, the Sydney Opera House is a stunning tourist attraction, architectural marvel, historically significant landmark and home to some of Sydney’s best culture and theatre.

Great Barrier Reef

One of Australia’s most remarkable natural gifts, the Great Barrier Reef is blessed with the breathtaking beauty of the world’s largest coral reef. The reef contains an abundance of marine life and comprises of over 3000 individual reef systems and coral cays and literally hundreds of picturesque tropical islands with some of the worlds most beautiful sun-soaked, golden beaches.  You can swim, snorkel, dive and sail this living masterpiece.

Great Ocean Road

The Great Ocean Road is an Australian National Heritage listed 243-kilometre stretch of road along the south-eastern coast of Australia between the Victorian cities of Torquay and Allansford. It is known as one of the world’s most scenic coastal drives. It is home to craggy cliffs, empty beaches, epic hiking trails, and bountiful wildlife.  

Daintree National Park

The World Heritage-listed Daintree Rainforest is so beautiful that its ancient ferns, emerald green vines and lush canopy provided inspiration for the movie Avatar. Here, you can trek through jungle and discover plants and animals found nowhere else on the planet. Fly through the trees on a zip-line for a bird’s-eye view. Cruise along the winding waterways of the Daintree River, looking for saltwater crocodiles.

Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park

The ancient red rock formations of Kata Tjuta rise from the dusty land to make an incredible sight in Central Australia. The ancient rock formations is about 30 kilometers away from Uluru in Australia’s Red Centre. The highest point is Mount Olga, named in honor of Queen Olga of Württemberg by the explorer Ernest Giles. 

Sydney Opera House

Great Barrier Reef

Great Ocean Road

Daintree National Park

Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park

10 facts about Australia

1. Australia is the 6th largest country by size, a massive 2.9 million square miles.

2. While it’s huge, the population is only 25 million. The closest American state in population is New York, which has 21 million people, yet Australia is more than 53 times its size.

3. The Great Victoria Desert, just ONE of Australia’s barren areas is larger than the United Kingdom. You could lose an entire country in Australia and never know it.

4. The longest fence in the world is in Australia, and it runs for over 5,530 kilometers.

5. More than 80 percent of Australians live within 100 kilometers of the coast.

6. More than 25% of all Australians were born in another country.

7. There are more than 150 million sheep in Australia and only 20 million people. That’s 8 sheep for every person.

8. There are over 60 different species (types) of kangaroos.

9. There are over 1,500 species of spiders live in Australia. While some of them are super venomous, others are completely harmless. 

10. Australia is truly a land of extremes with the highest temperature ever recorded being 50.7 °C (123.3 °F) and the lowest −23.0 °C (−9.4 °F). 


Size difference between Australia & Europe

Map showing the population distribution in Australia, most of them live in the coast.

Kangaroo in Australia

Best time to visit Australia?

September to November & March to May are best time to visit Australia. Most of the tourists opt for these months to visit Australia. The weather during these seasons is neither too hot nor too cold that makes it perfect to have a walk around Australia.

Why you should visit at that time: This is an excellent season for the sea kayak, surf, and canoe in Australia. You can also visit Kangaroo Island and experience the wildlife of Australia during this period. The jazz, blues, and opera during the Melbourne Cup are to watch out for. 

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