Australia to most people is a reserved country that is almost on the outskirts of the world. It boasts a surrounding Island and the weather is so cosy and favourable for travellers when they visit. Let us not forget their continued prowess in swimming, as they have carted home most medals n major tournaments – many thanks to the availability of sea and oceans in almost every city in the country. In this report, we will highlight the choicest places to visit as a traveller.

The legendary Ayers Rock

Far away from the big metropolises, a mysterious inselberg rises in the middle of the red sand of the outback. The Aborigines call it Uluru – for them it is a sacred place with several places of worship. “Ayers Rock” is also a common name internationally. Accept the challenge and travel almost 2,000km through Australia’s desert landscapes, past kangaroos and wild herds of camels. Finally, you arrive at the more than 800m high mountain, which you can best explore on various hiking routes with a local guide.

What you should not miss:

  • Learn about Aboriginal culture and the history of Uluru in the Cultural Center
  • Enjoy the starry sky with a traditional Australian BBQ
  • The sea of ​​lights from the Field of Light Marvel at 50,000 glass balls
  • See Uluru from a bird’s eye view on a helicopter flight Take
  • A hike around Uluru

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Fraser Island – the largest sand island in the world

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Lake McKenzie invites you to swim with its snow-white sand and turquoise-blue water
the eye can see! There is no larger sand island on the globe than here in eastern Australia. This unique terrain tempts long barefoot walks over the dunes, jeep tours and of course sunbathing. Follow the 75 Mile Beach Highway with your rental car, a road that always follows the coast. By the way, the best place for swimming is not the sea, but the enchanting McKenzie Lake with its snow-white sand and the turquoise-blue water.

What you should not miss:

  • A swim stop in the Champagne Pools
  • Great views from Indian Head
  • Stunning sunset views of the Maheno Wreck
  • A fast-paced off-road tour of 75 Mile Beach
  • Tubing on crystal-clear Eli Creek

The Popular Great Barrier Reef

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The Great Barrier Reef is one of the best diving spots in the world. Nowhere else on earth is underwater nature as rich as in the Great Barrier Reef. 2,900 individual coral reefs entice you to extensive dives, where you can collect unforgettable impressions. More than 350 species of coral inspire here with a variety of tropical colours. They form the habitat for majestic sea turtles, shimmering starfish and fascinating quick-change artists like the squid. Exciting diving safaris by boat can be organized by tourist guides over there.

What you should not miss:

  • Explore the colourful underwater world during a dive.
  • Relax on the paradisiacal beach of Whitehaven Beach.
  • Explore the lively town of Airlie Beach.
  • A sailing trip through the turquoise blue waters of the Whitsundays
  • Discover the island of Lizard Island.

Gold Coast – Endless Sandy beaches

Across 50km of nothing but sand and water, the Gold Coast is a must-see on any trip to Australia
As its name suggests, the Gold Coast city is blessed with golden sands. On the outskirts of the city centre, seemingly limitless beaches spread out – nothing but sand and water over 50km. Surfers in particular are drawn here, again and again, to use the good conditions for their hobby. The perfect spot for professionals: Burleigh Heads.

What you should not miss:

  • Jet boating offshore
  • Whale watching on a boat tour
  • Yoga on the beach with the city at your back
  • Twilight climbing the tallest building on the Gold Coast the Q1
  • Live music and delicious food at the Miami Market

Tasmania – Wild and romantic hiking paradise

Tasmania’s Wineglass Bay reminds me of the shape of a large wine glass.
Tasmania is a wildly romantic island south of Australia. The mixture of rugged, dark mountain formations, such as those of the Cradle Mountains, mysterious waters and dense forests makes the island a paradise for adventurers and explorers. In Freycinet National Park, Wineglass Bay is one of Australia. On holiday you can let yourself be inspired by the bay shaped like a wine glass with its crescent-shaped sandy beach. That’s why you’ll love Tasmania: Idyllic hiking paradise meets funky art.

What you should not miss:

  • Salamanca Market in Tasmania’s cosy capital Hobart.
  • Confronting, controversial and captivating: The MONA
  • A hike up Mount Wellington
  • Stride across Australia’s oldest bridge in Richmond
  • Meet the little Tasmanian Devils in one of the many wildlife parks

There are still many amazing places to visit even as you plan your trip to Australia, but the ones mentioned here are some of the most popular places to visit and to have a good time in Australia.

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