15 Unforgettable Things to do in Australia

Things To Do In Australia

Australia is a land of exotic beaches, coral reefs, red deserts, and tropical rainforests. It is the world’s smallest and largest island, widely popular for its splendid tourist destinations. 

Here is a list of 15 things that you can’t miss in Australia –

  • Trekking activities in Daintree Rainforest

Daintree Rainforest offers natural and ancient rainforests and wildlife which is a blessing on earth. The place is suitable for trekking activities, bushwalks, early morning cruises, and crocodile-spotting expeditions.

  • Helicopter ride over great ocean road

You must try the helicopter ride on landmarks like Twelve Apostles, Lord Ard Gorge historic Glenample Homestead, gorgeous 70m high Gibson Steps, and ill-fated Loch Ard Gorge for endless exotic sea scenes. While flying, you will feel like touching the sky above the Southern Ocean. 

  • Private Charter Tours

There is nothing more exciting and charming than going for charter tours in a yacht like the 52 ft Macrista. You will find luxurious and spacious charter boats in Cairns, Port Douglas, Magnetic Island, and Whitsundays, where you can go for scuba diving with white sharks. 

  • Gourmet Feast in Margaret River 

Every November they organize the annual Western Australia Gourmet Escape which is Australia’s one of the largest food and wine festivals. Travelers really enjoy the delicious food and wine and take part in their pop-up cultural events and cooking classes.

  • Bondi Beach

Australia is a land of many beautiful beaches and among all of them, Bondi Beach ranges the top. During summers, thousands of locals and tourists come here to explore the marvelous sights of the beach. It is quite famous for sandstone headlands, golfing, whale watching, and water activities. 

  • Wine Tour through the Hunter Valley 

Hunter Valley is Australia’s oldest wine-growing spot which is widely renowned for its Semillon. You can discover about the vineyards and olive groves of the hunter valley by joining a private tour. You can even book your spirit airlines reservations at special prices and vouchers. 

  • Swimming at Lake McKenzie, Fraser Island 

Fraser Island is the world’s largest sand island and McKenzie is its other heavenly spot which offers crystal clear blue water, charming sights, perfectly serene, soft sandy beaches, and unlimited exposure to travelers. The lake is 100m above sea level and lies deep in the sand dunes. 

  • Ski Sloping

Australia is a great spot for doing snow activities like ski sloping, snowboarding, and hiking towards the southern end of the range. If you are not very adventurous or excited about these activities, you can always explore other winter activities like dog sledding and snowshoeing. 

  • Climbing Mt. Kosciuszko in summers or winters

Mount Kosciuszko is Australia’s highest mountain which stands at 7309 ft (2228m). Every year thousands of people come here to trek to the summit and make interesting records. 

  • Lord Howe Island

Lord Howe Island is quite famous for hiking, surfing, and its historical culture. The island is considered one of the greenest spots in the world comprising 75% of the island’s natural vegetation, coral, flora, and fauna. 

  • Drinking in Melbourne’s Laneways

Australia is flooded with small bars hidden in the beautiful laneways of Melbourne’s inner-city which are quite famous for its local food, drinks, and its people. If you visit there then don’t leave without having a smoky rob Roy cocktail at the Eau de Vie.

  • Flying over Lake Eyre in flood

In  Australia, Lake Eyre has the lowest natural point covering 9500kms. It offers a serene view of beautiful birds, flowers, clear sky, white salt lake, desert, dunes, and exotic atmosphere. While flying over the lake you will see the sparkling surface and milky swirls that will make your trip worthwhile. 

  • Hot Air Balloon

Canberra is a perfect spot for doing hot air balloon activities. The calm views, greenery, and exotic sight of Lake Burley Griffin will make your experience even greater. 

  • Riding in The Ghan Train

The Ghan train is considered a legendary train that derived its name from Afghan camels. It is a tourism passenger train that travels between the cities of Adelaide, Alice Springs, and Darwin. 

  •  The Kimberley trek and tour

The Kimberley region of Australia is larger than the entire United Kingdom. The place has amazing sights to discover and the travelers can take tours around the Mitchell Falls, Geike Gorge, Fitzroy Crossing, Bungle Bungles, and so on.

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