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Bucket List Worthy Destinations to Visit in Australia

November 24, 2020 Visit Oceania No Comments Email Email

Planning your trip to Australia will require serious study. You will have access to natural beauty, ocean pleasures, terrific culture, amazing food, history worth studying, and culture. Bring very good walking shoes, figure out what you’re most interested in, and head down under!


Melbourne offers amazing street art, tiny pubs and restaurants with unique character, and an aquarium. This city is considered to be one of the world’s most livable places, so if you’ve got children, you’ll find plenty of activities to keep them occupied and interested.


Fans of wines of the world will love their stop in Perth. Visit King’s Park and stroll the Royal Botanical Gardens. If you like a bit more wildlife, plan to spend some time in the Pinnacles. If possible, plan this hike as the sun sets; the light will change the colors as you watch the sun sink. Bring water, sunscreen and a good hat to protect yourself.


The northeast region of Australia offer those who love the outdoors a wide variety of activities and sights to see. Follow the guides of Welcome To Country and enjoy time on the water east of the Gulf of Carpentaria. Spend some time on a standing paddle boat and enjoy the night fire as you study the indigenous cultures of this remarkable area.


If you love museums, you must spend some time in Adelaide, Australia. This remarkable region of South Australia is loaded with collections of fine as well as indigenous art, and offers a focus on natural history in the South Australian Museum. This region also offers several breweries and is close to many wineries. Plan a day studying the history of the area and enjoy a crisp glass of Australian Sauvignon Blanc as the sun sets over the water.


Brisbane is a great spot to linger and to use as your travel base. While here, you can enjoy the many beaches and garden in this holiday city. From here, you can plan trips to the Great Barrier Reef, the Daintree Rainforest, and any one of several wildlife sanctuaries.


The capital city of Canberra is home of some of the largest museums in the nation. The National Gallery and National Arboretum are not to be missed. Wineries in this area are focused on cool climate grapes, and the restaurants in the region cater to locally grown products. Go hungry and enjoy!

Blue Mountains National Park

West of Sydney, you’ll find eucalyptus forests, hiking trails, waterfalls, and as much natural beauty as your brain can soak up. This area of of Australia is featured as a World Heritage National Park.

Kosciuszko National Park

Also near Sydney is Kosciuszko Mountain, the highest peak in Australia. If you love to ski, these mountains will call to you. There’s also a year round chair lift for views of the valley, so grab your binoculars and get on the trail.

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