The ultimate best things to do in Australia
Over 6 million people head to Australia on a yearly basis in search of adventure, beautiful beaches, and lush jungles, and to visit the most famous places in Australia.
1. Dive/Snorkel in Great Barrier Reef or the Ningaloo Reef
The Great Barrier Reef is the world’s largest coral reef system and possibly one of the most famous places in Australia. It supports diverse marine life and covers an area equivalent to the size of Britain. The Great Barrier Reef has been a World Heritage Site since 1981 and has seen millions of visitors in its waters on a yearly basis.
Ningaloo Reef is one of the largest fringing reefs in the world and is a great rival to the Great Barrier Reef. Ningaloo Reef is home to over 200 species of hard coral, 50 soft coral and over 500 species of fish, along with manta rays, turtles, humpback whales, and whale sharks that pop by for a visit between May-June.
2. Go Wine Tasting in South Australia’s Wine Regions
For wine lovers, there is no doubt that one of the best things to do in Australia is to travel to Adelaide. the capital of South Australia is your getaway to Australia’s world famous wine regions. There are over 200 cellar doors located within an hour drive from Adelaide. They are perfectly grouped and are easy to explore. You can choose to visit the Barossa Valley, Hunter Valley, Yarra Valley, Adelaide Hills, Clare Valley, and many other wine regions in the area.
3. Chase Adventures in Western Australia
Western Australia is one of the most unique places to visit in Australia. It’s unlike any other state in Australia. Here, clear blue skies collide with the red dirt roads and the beautiful landscapes transport you to the canyons of Arizona.
Beach towns along the western coast are infused with a laid-back lifestyle found in the best Asian destinations, and the deserted outback is seeped with signs of prehistoric existence. There is more to discover in W.A. than just Perth and exploring this area is definitely one of the best things to do in Australia.
4. Experience Australian Culture
At first, Australia may seem very similar to what you are used to back home. But as you travel around the country and learn more and more about its people and traditions, you’ll start to see the subtle differences and quirks of Australian culture. Lifestyle in Australia has been heavily influenced by its unique geography, warm climate, and the Australian “have a go” attitude.
There are a number of unique things to do in Australia that you should include in your itinerary. Why not go hiking, try surfing, check out “the races”, attend a food festival, or a music festival, an AFL game or a cricket match, or for the ultimate Australian experience set up camp at one of Australia’s many National Parks.
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