All those who love travelling and exploring would like to visit Australia if they haven’t already been there. And if they have, they are most likely planning another trip down under, because one visit is never enough to truly experience all the wonderful things that Australia has to offer. That’s why millions of people decide to travel halfway across the world and enjoy diverse wildlife, great hospitality and new cultures and customs. To help you make the most of your next trip to Australia, we’ve prepared the following suggestions, which are supposed to give you a taste of how wonderfully rich and diverse this country is.
This part of Australia is often neglected, but it surely deserves your attention, not only because you can learn so much about Aboriginal culture. Getting there might take a while, but once you arrive, you’ll realise why each visit to Tasmania is unforgettable. You might want to start your adventure with a visit to the great Bay of Fires and Wineglass Bay, with their breath-taking white beaches. They are not only stunning and perfect for relaxing and enjoying a day or two in the sun, but you can also go snorkelling, diving, windsurfing or engage in almost every activity associated with water and beaches. If , on the other hand, you’re a keen birdwatcher, you’ll appreciate the opportunities offered by Tasmania. Last but not least, the food you sample there will delight you, since Tasmania is famous for many delicacies and is considered one of the best parts of Australia when it comes to food.
Undoubtedly the most popular destination in Australia, Sydney attracts so many people, that it has become one of the most vibrant and multicultural cities in the world. It offers much more than just natural beauty. Its cultural life is second to none, while many artists draw inspiration for their work from this unique city. So, find a nice place to stay, such as this fancy Chippendale hotel, just across the University of Technology in Sydney, and start exploring this unique city. Visit Bondi Beach and see for yourself why so many people flock there every day or pay a visit to the internationally renowned Taronga Zoo. The Sydney Harbour is a must-see destination and you should climb on top of the Sydney Harbour Bridge to treat yourself to the views you’re bound to remember for the rest of your life. Finish each day of your stay with a visit to some nice restaurant, where you can sample some of the best local and international dishes, prepared by some of the most famous chefs or try some fast-food from all over the world, offered at food stalls around the city.
There aren’t many better places to visit if you are a true wine connoisseur. Located in southern Australia, Barossa Valley boasts over 150 wineries and 80 cellars, where you can taste some of the best wines Australia has to offer and we all know how great Australian wines are. One of the things you can try here is wine that is as old as you, i.e. made the year you were born. Between wine tastings, you may indulge in bike rides or some home-made delicacies, such as smoked sausages, handmade cheese or delicious bread. Those more adventurous may try ballooning and experience amazing views of numerous vineyards and villages in the region.
Visiting Australia means experiences one of the most diverse countries in the world. It’s amazing how wide the range of activities, natural wonders and cultures is, as many tourists have already discovered. So, why wouldn’t you join the growing list of those who have fallen in love with Australia and spend your next holiday down under?