Things To Do In Australia
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Adventure Activities Australia
Australia is a country with all sorts of activities packed into one big island – literally the largest in the world. From scuba diving to mountaineering, cruising to extensive shopping, long drives to sunbathing – there is no dearth of activities to do in Australia. The nature enthusiasts can make a beeline towards the barrier reef, long stretches of desert and limestone formations and beautiful beaches.
Australia is home to world’s largest coral reef and thus has a magnificent underwater scene. The Great Barrier Reef is more than 2000 kilometres in length and can be accessed from the west coast of Australia and from the multiple islands off the coast as well. Exploring this extremely diverse, spectacular ocean habitat is one of the top things to do in Australia. Activities here include swimming with turtles and whale sharks, up-close view of the sea anemones and extensive corals or simply diving to enjoy the colourful schools of fishes.
Water sports activities:
Because of the brilliant, sun-kissed beaches all around Australia, the country has one of the best water adventure scenes. Be it Bondi Beach of Sydney or the Sunshine Coast of Brisbane, Australia adventure activities in the beach areas are aplenty. One can choose from scuba diving, snorkelling, paragliding, waterboarding, jet skiing, windsurfing, submarine dives, helmet diving, paddle-boarding and the special attraction – Cage of Death in a pool of crocodiles.
Here are the best things to do in Australia.
Snorkeling is one of the most popular things to do in Sydney, Australia to discover the calm waters near Clovelly. It is also the best way to explore the Barrier Reef underwater off the Queensland coast. There is no heavy equipment attached – only the goggles, fins and breathing gear. Snorkeling in Australia should be one of those things to tick off your bucket list.
2. Zipline tour
Among the best Australia points of interest is the zip line tour. Daintree Forest in Queensland is an excellent place to explore the country’s wilderness, and it is also a UNESCO Heritage Site. And the best way to enjoy this biodiversity hotspot is on a zip line trip through the canopies. On this exciting adventure, one not only gets to have a tree-top view of the world’s oldest tropical rainforest; but also gets to meet its long-time residents.
3. Meet the Kangaroos
Kangaroos are the national animal of Australia and also uniquely found in this part of the world only. For the rest of the world, these pouncing marsupials are only to be seen from afar in the zoos. But in Australia, one can easily meet and greet them in the open. Located in the pleasant climate of South Australia, Kangaroo Island has the lovely animal grazing and jumping around in the meadows, making a lovely scene for a countryside walk. It is one of the most interesting things to do in Australia in December.
4. See the southern lights
Often eclipsed by its more popular northern counterpart Aurora Borealis, the southern lights gets underrated. But from July onwards, from Mount Wellington or Cradle Mountain on the island of Tasmania in Australia, one can soothe their eyes with the magnificent green, red and pink Aurora Australis of the southern hemisphere. It is one of the most breathtakingly beautiful scenes of Australia.
5. Hiking and Trekking
Blue Mountain region in the New South Wales is perfect for a day trip away from the city. It offers numerous hiking trails, cycling routes, driveways, horseback riding, abseiling, canyoning and a high-on-adrenaline cable car ride. The hop-on-hop-off trolley tour is ideal for a local trip.
Night Markets In Melbourne
There are various night markets in Melbourne such as the South Melbourne Night Market, Night Noodle Market, Chinatown Melbourne Night Market, Saturday Night Market, Wednesday Night Market, Friday Night Market, and Summer Night Markets. The South Melbourne Night Market has been known for over a hundred and fifty years and is...
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Hot Air Balloon In Melbourne
Hot air balloon ride in Melbourne is a once in a lifetime experience which one can have. It is a truly wonderful experience and the best and most luxurious way to view the entire city of Melbourne while one is high up in the sky. It is an absolute sensational way to have a panoramic sight of the place from the skies. One ca...
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National Gallery Of Victoria In Melbourne
The National Gallery of Victoria heartily welcomes everyone from children, adults, teenagers to families. There are numerous art activities which take place here. The NGV Kids exhibitions and programs put up here reflect the creativeness and innovative ideas of the young minds. NGV collaborates with designers and contempor...
Sea Life Sydney Aquarium In Sydney
Sea Life Sydney Aquarium is formerly known as the Sydney Aquarium. The aquarium consists of the Australian aquatic life which has over 700 species that consist of about 1300 individual fishes along with other sea creatures displaying the wonders of Australia’s aquatic life. It also has additional features that are split int...
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Shopping At Rocks Market In Sydney
If you are visiting Australia, then the Rocks Market Sydney is a must visit place. You get everything you need in one place. The Rock Shopping Centre is one such shopping experience that serves everything to tourists under one roof. You will find a white canopy covering all stalls which serve an excellent variety of handcra...
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Port Jackson In Sydney
Port Jackson is surrounded by water, and from here you get a view of the Harbour Bridge and The Opera House. It is one of the most beautiful places in Sydney. Port Jackson Sydney is also called Sydney Harbour. This place offers numerous activities like Cruise where you can spend your entire day, Sydney Whale Watching, Hop ...
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Australian Museum Exhibitions In Sydney
Australian museum is located on the intersection of William Street and College Street in Sydney and is one of the oldest museums in Australia. Opened in 1827 by Earl Bathurst, it is famous for its collection on natural history and diversity across the whole world. Originally it was established as the Colonial Museum or Sydn...
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FAQ's of Australia
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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.
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