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About Wildlife Guide In Australia

Australia is extremely famous for the natural beauty which it has to offer to its visitors. Australia is a great place to witness the wonderful national parks which it has. Flora and fauna in Australia are huge and comprises of a wide array of animals and bird species. The number of national parks in Australia ranges to about more than five hundred with varied properties which travellers from all over the world come to experience here. Visiting the many national parks in Australia is the best way to hit the ground if you have been bored travelling the whole day. Here you will find a natural escape to your tiredness and stress. These national parks in Australia take you very close to nature where you can enjoy nature’s beauty and also find kangaroos and dingoes for which Australia is so popular amongst everyone. All the national parks portray distinct features which are invariably mind-blowing. Some of the national parks in Australia are covered with beautiful sandstone rock formations, pretty scenery, sandy beaches and stunning limestone rocks. National parks in Australia are truly spectacular, and a must visit place in Australia. Below listed are the top best national parks in Australia.

1. Kakadu National Park

Kakadu National Park, Australia is a beautiful park which one must positively visit. It is the only national park on the earth where you can witness the crocodiles as well as aboriginal rock art both. Aborigines existed for about 40,000 years and created their rock art in about approximately 5000 places. They create absolutely stunning rock art. Kakadu National Park contains diversified terrain, wide array of flora and fauna and includes kangaroos and giant crocodiles. It is located in the Northern Territory and is the largest national park in Australia.  It about almost half the size of Switzerland and also has the Alligator River contained within its boundaries.

2. Purnululu National Park

Purnululu National Park, Australia can be best viewed from high up in the air. The scenic beauty of this national park is just mesmerizing. The park has a Bungle Bungle Range which is immensely spectacular to see as you fly in the air surpassing over karst sandstone formations which resemble the shape of bee-hives. These formations are marked with orange color and black stripes. These sandstone formations which are present in the Purnululu National Park, Australia are the most extensive across the globe. Due to the terrain parts of the park, some areas here can be accessed only with 4WD vehicles. The place is perfect for hiking and camping but one needs to carry all camping essentials along as nothing is available inside the park.

3. Great Sandy National Park

Great Sandy National Park, Australia is the best place for seeing dingoes. The Fraser Island in Queensland, Australia is regarded as the world’s largest sand island. The island is home to the protected species of the howling dog-like animals here. The park has safety rules defined out clearly which is a must to follow for everyone who visits this park relating to safety issues. The park has various features such as varied array of birds, beaches, mangrove forests as well as swamps to rain. 4WD vehicles are recommended to be used here since the park has rough terrains.

4. Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park

Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park, Australia is located on the island of Tasmania. This national park in Australia contains various types of environments and surroundings, alpine mountains and rainforests. This national park is one of the most famous natural areas in Tasmania. The park offers hiking areas for hikers against certain amount of fees or charges. This park is however, a must visit for anyone who visits Australia.  

5. Daintree National Park

Daintree National Park, Australia is the oldest rainforest in the entire world and is truly magnificent. It is situated in the far-off north in Queensland and is home to a wide range of flora and fauna which cannot be found anywhere else across the globe. The park experiences heavy rainfall all year round, but situations are worse during the summer and monsoon season, so it is recommended to avoid visiting the park during these months. The park is beautiful for witnessing jellyfishes and freshwater swimming holes.

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Taronga Zoo In Sydney

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Featherdale Wildlife Park In Sydney

Featherdale Wildlife Park is located in Doonside in Australia. It is one of the zoos that features the native wildlife specifically marsupials and reptiles. The zoo that is spread across 7 acres of land is owned by Charles and Marjorie Wigg and was earlier a poultry farm. It was then purchased in the year 1953. The land was...

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Melbourne Zoo In Melbourne

Melbourne zoo was opened in the year 1862, and the date was the 6th of October. It is located in Parkville, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. This zoo covers 55 acres of land with 5120 number of animals of 320 different species. The complete name of this zoo is Royal Melbourne Zoological Garden; it is commonly referred as Mel...

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