Welcome in Australia

Places To Visit In Australia

Explore the beautiful land of Australia

Rated 4.2/5 (based on 85 reviews)

See Map

Quick Information

Best time to visit

Nov - Jan, Mar - May

Ideal Duration

5-6 Days

Visa

On Arrival

Starting from

Rs. 70,100
  • Romantic
  • Ideal for friends
  • Sightseeing

Tourist Places In Australia

Floating right on the convergence of Indian and Pacific Ocean, Australia is the smallest of the world’s continents but largest of the islands. Colloquially termed as the Land Down Under, Australia tourist places are a treasure trove waiting to be explored. From the sun-kissed beaches and coral reefs to the traditional lifestyle of Aboriginals to the skyscrapers of the cities, one can find the best tourist destinations in Australia, all clustered together in one big island.

Honeymoon destinations:

Australia is a very popular honeymoon destination, thanks to a plethora of pretty landscapes and romantic getaways. The Whitsundays off the central coast of Queensland, Australia right in the heart of the Barrier Reef. This is one of the best places to visit in Australia with your most special person. One can spend the day in the white sands and the turquoise blue water, and keep the nights for cosy candlelight dinners on the beach. If you and your significant other has a taste for wine, Barossa Valley is the place to be walking tours to vineyards, vintage wine tasting and festivals.

Beach destinations:

Being an island, Australia has numerous island destinations to offer. The best of Australia destinations on the plate is Bondi Beach in Sydney, with a staggering collection of water sports activities. Scuba diving, surfboarding, snorkelling, whale watching – the list is endless. Cable Beach in Broome is known for the best sunsets, camelback rides, and staircase to the moon phenomenon.

Here are the most beautiful places and the best cities to visit in Australia.

1. Sydney

Sydney is not only the capital of the country but also the most loved and visited Australia tourist attraction. It is an ideal mix of beautiful beaches, impressive sky-high buildings, iconic landmarks and a coast-harbour to boast of. Sydney Opera House is hands-down the most iconic on the list of Australia points of interest. Sydney Harbour Bridge, Bondi Beach and a collection of museums and galleries make up the city’s fabric.

2. The Great Barrier Reef

The Great Barrier Reef is the reason why most people travel to Australia. World’s largest collection of coral reef system is located in the Coral Sea off the Queensland coast of Australia. At least a hundred island falls under the system and more than 2500 reefs. From any of these islands, the beautiful magic of the underwater world and its brilliantly colourful flora and fauna can be experienced. The Great Barrier Reef is inarguably the best of Australia places to visit.

3. Hobart, Tasmania

The capital of the beautiful island state of Australia, Hobart packs quite a punch when it comes to Australia sightseeing. The city buzzes with medieval architecture, galleries and museums, marketplaces and a great gourmet scene. Do not miss Salamanca Market, Mount Wellington, Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery and the Museum of Old and New Art.

4. Port Campbell National Park, Victoria

Port Campbell National Park is an Australia attraction to savour. From standout rock formations like the London Bridge and 12 Apostles to helicopter tours over Loch Ard Gorge, the 23-foot tall Gibson Steps and the Bay of Islands – the park offers some of the best scenes in the country. Trekking, wine-tasting and savouring delicious berries, cheese and chocolate should also be a part of the tour.

5. Darwin

Darwin is among the top names in the list of places in Australia to visit. Tiwi Islands, Adelaide River and Katherine region make up its destinations, while the waterfront swimming lagoon and Cage of Death dip into the crocodile enclosure are the exciting activities to do.


Filters

Luna Park In Sydney

Luna Park in Sydney is a park for enjoyment of people of all ages. The park offers pretty views of the Sydney Harbor. It comprises various rides which will give you an amazing and fun-filled experience. There are different rides for kids, children and adults. Luna Park’s entrance resembles the smiling face of a moon. This s...

  • Sightseeing
  • Adventure

Hyde Park In Sydney

Hyde Park is the oldest park in Australia and is also very popular. The place covers a vast area of about 16 hectares and is located in the heart of Sydney. Hyde Park, Sydney is a lush green park where you spend time having a wonderful picnic with your loved ones or spend time roaming about the park, inhaling the fresh air ...

  • Hyde Park
  • Sightseeing
  • Nature

Bondi Beach In Sydney

Bondi Beach in Sydney is considered among the best beaches in Sydney. Bondi Beach in Sydney is totally a must visit in Sydney for the beach lovers. The place is perfect for everyone from enthusiastic surfers to people who prefer sunbathing here. The beach offers the perfect romantic getaway for the honeymooners and offers a...

  • Beach
  • Nature
  • Sightseeing

Opera House In Sydney

Sydney Opera House in Sydney is regarded as one of the most iconic buildings in the whole world. It is a masterpiece with perfect architectural details. It is a famous venue for performing arts. The place resembles a rich culture of Australia and shapes future. There are many stories behind the Opera House being an inspirin...

  • Sydney Opera House
  • Leisure Time

Taronga Zoo In Sydney

The Taronga Zoo is a major zoo of Australia which was founded originally by The Royal Zoological Society of New South Wales in 1884 at Billy goat swamp in Moore Park which was later shifted to the present location as an open range zoo in 1916 on 69 acres of land granted by the New South Wales government. The zoo is divided ...

  • Zoo
  • Sightseeing
  • Nature

Sydney Harbour Bridge

Sydney Harbour Bridge has remained a major tourist attraction in the city of Sydney for over a century now. It is an arch steel bridge across the Sydney Harbour that was built in 1932. It was built under the direction of Dr. John Bradfield and designed by the British firm Dorman Long and Co. Ltd. The Sydney Harbour Bridge i...

  • Harbour Bridge
  • Leisure Time

Manly Beach In Sydney

Manly Beach Sydney was named by Captain Arthur Phillip for the indigenous people who lived there. Manly Beach Australia is one of the most visited beaches in New South Wales and one of the northern beaches of Australia. Manly Beach Sydney Australia is divided into three sections, namely, Queenscliff, North Steyne, and South...

  • Beach
  • Sightseeing
  • Nature

Cockatoo Island In Sydney

Cockatoo Island is a UNESCO world heritage site and the largest island in the Sydney Harbour. Cockatoo Island Sydney was originally a fishing base that was used by the indigenous people of Australia. It was later occupied by Britain. For a period of time, Cockatoo Island Australia served as a convict penal establishment for...

  • Island Tours
  • Sightseeing
  • Nature

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...

  • Sightseeing
  • Nature
  • Wildlife

Madame Tussauds In Sydney

Madame Tussauds has been an iconic spot in Sydney and has been a popular tourist destination over the past years. It was established by Madame Tussauds many years ago after undergoing various hardships all through her life. The wax museum has appeared all over the world as the main attraction and established itself in Sydne...

  • Sightseeing
  • Madame Tussauds
Popular Packages

Unlimited Choices. Trusted Agents. Best Prices. Happy Memories.

View All

Fastest Growing Holiday Marketplace

650+

Verified Agents

22 Lac+

Happy Travellers

65+

Destinations

Easy, Secure & Reliable

Traveltriangle

Verified

Stringent

Quality Control

24/7

Support

Traveler Reviews

Read on to find out why our customers love us!

View All

Want best packages handpicked just for you?

Fill the form and get a callback from our holiday experts

FAQ's of Australia

Read on to find out why our customers love us!

Australia follows left hand driving.

3 pin plugs with 220/240 AC power supply is fairly common.

Travellers can get currency exchanged at the airports and can also use travellers’ cheques which can be conveniently exchanged at different banks.

Australia is divided into 5 different time zones so time difference can be ascertained based on the location. For instance, the difference between India and Canberra is four and a half hours with Canberra being ahead of India.

Australian Dollar (AUD) is accepted in Australia.

How It Works

1
Personalise This Package
Make changes as per your travel plan & submit the request.
2
Get Multiple Quotes
Connect with top 3 agents, compare quotes & customize further.
3
Book The Best Deal
Pay in easy installments & get ready to enjoy your holiday.

Corporate Office:

Holiday Triangle Travel Private Limited

Address: Plot No - 29 , 3rd & 4th Floor,

Dynamic House, Maruti Industrial Complex, Sector 18,

Gurugram -122015,Haryana

Landline: 1800 123 5555

Connect with us on :

Payment Options

Made with

in India

All rights reserved © 2018