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Thinking of Australia for Holidays?
Its multicultural society and unique geographical settings have cause many travelers to consider Australia their ideal holiday destination. Unique animals such as wallabies, wombats, echidnas, emus, the cuddly koala and the iconic kangaroo have made visiting wildlife parks and zoos a must for all visitors. There is even a unique group of kangaroos that have made a home on a university grounds in Queensland.
Aside from the unique wildlife, natural wonders like the Great Barrier Reef and the massive rock formation, Uluru, have long been a part of Australia’s rich history and now, every tourist’s must-visit list.
Things to see in Australia
The Great Barrier Reef is a natural wonder so vast that it can be seen from outer space. One way to explore it is by island hopping and indulging in the respective activities. Visitors looking to kick back and relax can enjoy the white sand on Whitehaven Beach or do water sports on Hamilton.
Those with a love for nature will enjoy exploring the rainforests, rivers, old volcanoes and breathtaking coastlines featured on the Great Ocean Road. There’s also the chance to witness thundering waterfalls and walk through the tops of ancient, mossy trees, experiences that are not just memorable, but unique only to Australia.
Hotels in Australia
Accommodation in Australia is easily found and available in a staggering number of options. Whether you’re a couple seeking luxurious 5 star hotels for a romantic getaway or a family looking for spacious resorts by the beach, there is bound to be something available.
Other forms of accommodation include cosy farm stays, rugged camping sites, backpackers’ hostels and even some of the pubs provide simpler accommodations within the city area. It would seem that no matter your needs, there is an accommodation option ready for you.
Where to stay in Australia
The Gold Coast region provides travelers with tons of activities to choose from, including international theme parks like the virtual reality rides at Dreamworld, swimming with dolphins at Sea World and watching movies being made at Warner Bros. Movie World. In addition, visitors can enjoy 70 km of sun-drenched beaches, which easily shows why it’s called surfers paradise.
Another region to explore would be the famous harbor city, Sydney. Things to do here include kayaking under the Sydney Harbour Bridge, fine dining at Woolloomooloo finger wharf, learn surfing at Bondi Beach and picnic along the spectacular foreshore of Sydney Harbour National Park.
How to get to Australia
All visitors are required to apply for a visa before travelling to Australia. Major cities that international flights usually fly direct to include Perth, Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane. Getting around within Australia is relatively easy by car, as the roads are well-maintained. Once well within a city, you can usually depend on the public transport that includes trams, buses and trains.
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