This is the interior of the country. Australians occupy coastal areas where about 90% of the population lives near the coast. Thus the big cities are located near the beach. These cities are among the most beautiful cities in the world and provide fantastic tourist attractions.
Melbourne, one of the most famous cities in the world, is the cultural capital of Australia and offers many things: shopping, street art and historic architecture are the most beautiful in Australia. The best way to see all the sights in the city is to visit, and there are many. There is a walking tour in the centre of Melbourne, a walking tour of the waterways and arcades of Melbourne, an afternoon city tour or highlights of the Melbourne cruise. There are also plenty of restaurants to satisfy your appetite.
Something for an adventurer:
Anyone who travels to Australia can make sure they have some fantastic adventures. There are plenty of places to get the adrenaline pumping. Climb over Sydney Bridge and think of the magnificent harbour from the top of the bridge, which is 132 meters above the ground. Or travel through the rugged desert landscapes to see koalas and sand. The blue mountains outside Sydney are a paradise for hiking. There are experiences of varying difficulties you can do, and the best part is that there is something for everyone. The proximity of the area to Sydney is a bonus.
Drive along the ocean:
The Great Ocean Road lies 150 miles along the coast and offers truly stunning views. If you have time, we suggest you take this iconic path. The experience is excellent and passable and will leave you feeling peace and relaxation. The famous twelve apostles are just one of many beautiful monuments along with this landmark.
Kakadu National Park:
The best time to visit is the dry season at the end of the year. During this period, reptiles and birds from the park in the northern region are crowded into shrinking swamps. The best of them is the Yellow Water Lake which becomes a kind of open zoo with many animals that occupy it. Sign up for a cruise and get close to boas, jabirus, jacana, sea eagles, snake birds, crocodiles and many more.
The excellent Barrier Reef:
This landscape is one of the most iconic places in Australia and is home to a maze of atolls, lakes, caves, islands and canals. A wide range of marine life swims in its waters. Snorkelling couldn’t be better.