Must Visit Places In Australia

1: Climb Up Mount Cradle

And in fronta of the cultural face of Tasmania, Mount Cradle is its most natural part. This steep mountain, carved by millennia of ice and wind is the most recognizable and spectacular of the island. The summit offers incredible landscapes of the region; to ascend and to descend, it takes a whole day (and climbing the rocks). You can also admire it from below and fill yourself with perfect images of the mountain with Dove Lake at your feet. If clouds or snow cover the summit, the traveler can take refuge next to the fire in one of the nearby hostels and return the next day.

2: The Last Frontier: Broome And Northwestern Australia

Agreste, remote and of incredible beauty, the final edge promises excellent adventures. The fiery plains dotted with spinifex and baobabs hide waterfalls and on their lonely coasts other beaches and reefs. The distances are enormous, and the towns are scarce, but there are three enclaves declared World Heritage: Shark Bay, Ningaloo, and Purnululu; Broome is one of the great crossroads of travelers and the Dampier Peninsula, a great experience: extraordinary cliffs, reddish lands, indigenous cultural backgrounds, and luxury campsites.

3: Canberra Museums And Art Galleries

The Australian capital is only a century old and was built expressly to serve as an administrative center, but has always been concerned with history. Its main attraction is the set of museums and art galleries focused on the interpretation of national history, such as the National Gallery of Australia, the National Museum of Australia, the National Portrait Gallery and the Australian War Memorial, which offer an introduction to the history and the culture of the country.

4: Rural Life In The Margaret River Region

I Western Australia can be enjoyed with the pleasure of traveling rural roads visiting one winery after another. But you can also visit caves and historical centers and hallucinate before the wildflowers. Surfers enjoy the first breaks next to Margaret River and will find many pristine white sand beaches. In the late winter and early spring, migratory whales can be spotted on the “Humpback Highway.”

5: The ‘Outback’ And Broken Hill

The Oodnadatta Track of South Australia or the Birdsville Track of southwest Queensland is part of the outback. There the sky is bluer and the dust redder, the days are measured in kilometers, mounds and blowouts of wheels and the nights are spent in hotels of five trillion stars, waiting for some to fall … If there is little time, you can go to the town of Broken Hill, the farthest from the coast that can be reached in one day.…

Lygon Street – A Must-See Part Of The Melbourne

It’s Melbourne and sustenance, sustenance, sustenance. You will find Australian cordiality along the pathways of Carlton, one of the friendliest and most urban zones in the World. Lygon Street is an undeniable necessity see some part of the Melbourne Restaurant scene, a standout amongst the most adored provincial regions of Melbourne, a short walk, taxi or link vehicle ride from the Melbourne CBD, capital of Victoria, Australia. The Master Chef of Melbourne can be experienced wherever on a city eminent for it’s shopping and sustenance anyway in Carlton, close Melbourne University, you’ll find an extent of shops and restaurants which pull in nearby individuals and visitors alike. In October 2013 the Melbourne Festival adds another layer of activities. The Melbourne Aquarium has a mammoth Crocodile in plain view atm and the Melbourne Zoo is dependably an incredible method to spend an evening (take a cap in summer).

Melbourne is the fashion and arts capital of Australia with famous landmarks such as The Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG, or “G”), Rod Laver Arena, Yarra River, and Port Philip Bay. Melbourne has some of the most well behaved and courteous drivers in Australia so its only fair to appraise you of some of the rules: Check out our recent article and remember that hospitality, eating out and all that can be a lot of fun but plan your way home in advance.

A lot can happen between now and Christmas, and I think it might be a very interesting time to visit Australia’s culture capital and take in the vibe. Further afield, one of my favorite places is City Wine Shop at 159 Spring Street.

What To See And Do In Australia

The ‘Aussies’ Experiences That Should Not Be Missed

How to know an island that is a continent? Stay forever diving among the islands of the Barrier Reef or get lost in an infinite desert that invites adventure? Meet the authentic aborigines in the tropical reserves of the north or discover modern Perth? Relax contemplating the bay of Sydney or live the new cultural and artistic march of Melbourne? Australia is infinite, or almost, but there are experiences that the Aussies recommend without a doubt.  

1: The Great Barrier Reef, Essential

It is unrepeatable and is the impending visit for all who travel to Australia. This reef of overwhelming beauty is a Unesco World Heritage Site. With more than 2000 km of the Queensland coast, it is a complex and fragile ecosystem inhabited by dazzling corals, languid sea turtles, rays, shy reef sharks and tropical fish of all colors and sizes. It can be seen practicing scuba diving, diving, or by a scenic flight or a glass-bottomed boat circuit.

2: Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, The Heart Of A Continent

It is the center of everything, the physical and spiritual heart of Australia. A remote place in the middle of the desert that shines in the middle of the Australian outback of profound cultural significance. Uluru the sacred monolith of the aborigines, constitutes a special pilgrimage, but this national park offers much more; Apart from the Kata Tjuta (Mount Olga), there are mystical walks, sublime sunsets, night skies covered with stars, luxury hotels, and ancient desert cultures to discover.

3: Getting Lost In The Daintree Rainforest

In contrast to the desert of the outback and the resplendent Barrier Reef, the third face of Australian nature is the rainforest that we find, for example, in Daintree, not far from Cairns. You travel to the past as you enter this ancient World Heritage-listed forest: palmettos, prehistoric-looking ferns and twisted mangroves rush towards a shimmering coastline of white sand. The area can be explored in night observation circuits, mountain routes, hanging footbridges, off-road excursions, horseback riding, kayaking, crocodile sightings or courses through tropical fruit fields.

4: A Day At The Sydney Opera House

Located in the Bennelong Point of Sydney Harbor, it is the most typical building in Australia. Work by Jørn Utzon, this white, candle-shaped building, which was once a milestone in architecture, is part of a larger visual spectacle, in which the eye-catching bridge of the port, the brilliant blue water, also collaborate and the green ferries crossing the bay. Everyone can live its magic thanks to a bar very well located on the shore, a famous French restaurant, guided tours and a great program of shows. Beyond its opera and its bay, Sydney has beaches, restaurants, bars, and nightlife. His creed is “eat, drink and party; the next day, the monkey sleeps on the beach. “

5: Street Life In Melbourne

Melbourne does not look anything like Sydney. Its charms are others: like the parks and gardens of the outskirts, its trams, its crazy population for sport, its street art, famous all over the world, and also the fashionable restaurants, among which there will be, undoubtedly, some vans of food. It could be said that it is the artistic capital, full of galleries, concert halls, bookstores, and theaters. Compulsory appointments: watch an Australian cricket or football game at the MCG, go from bar to bar, have coffee and eat at their restaurants.

6: ‘Hipster’ Life In Perth And Fremantle

Despite its isolation, Perth is up to date. Sophisticated restaurants promote Mod Oz cuisine -some in restored downtown heritage buildings- and elegant cocktail lounges can be found in the center streets. It is the main port of Western Australia, a striking, artistic and student city, exhibiting jewels of Victorian architecture. It is secluded, closer to Singapore than to Sydney. But as happens in ports, with the tides come influences from the outside world and a global mood. In contrast to the striking facade of Perth facing the Swan River, in the most bohemian neighborhoods of the interior, we will find kitchens from around the world. Fremantle (the modern “Freo”) has craft breweries, live music, bars, Indian seafood stalls, street musicians, beaches, markets, and students.

7: Surfing In Bondi Beach

The closest beach to Sydney is Bondi, one of the best in the world and with a one hundred percent Australian atmosphere. Surfers, models,  and backpackers enjoy the bars, pubs, and restaurants of Campbell Pde. It always has good waves (and crowded) and is perfect for a quick bath. The tour of the Coogee Clifftop Walk, which starts at the southern end of the beach, is recommended.

8: The Excellent Beach Life Of The Gold Coast

Further north, the Queensland coasts are what one expects from an Australian beach: good life, clean sand, warm waters, good surf breaks, and on the sand tanned sports gods and Australian lifeguards who patrol the sand and test his skills competing in the surfing carnivals, exhausting tests that include swimming, racing on the beach and regattas. The largest thematic parks in the country are also concentrated in the place.

9: The Apostles Of The Great Ocean Road

The Twelve Apostles are a must to take a picture when you travel the Great Ocean Road, the coastal road of the state of Victoria. After seeing these curious rock formations that emerge from the sea, one can enter tropical forests with small populations and large trees. The secrets of the Great Ocean Road do not end here; A little further away is the maritime treasure of Port Fairy and the hidden Cape Bridgewater. As a climax, you can walk from Apollo Bay to the Apostles on the Great Ocean Walk.

10: Byron Bay, 100% Australian Culture

Filled with kangaroos and Akubra hats (the typical Australian hats), the splendid Byron Bay is a symbol of Australian culture; a place where families, surfers, and sun lovers come from all over the world. At sunset all do the same: enjoy the fabulous restaurants, the slow pace and the incredible offer of activities of one of the most beautiful coasts of the country.

11: Losing Yourself In The Whitsunday Islands

One can visit a lot of tropical islands in life and never encounter the beauty of the Whitsunday. You sail from yacht from Airlie Beach to shipwreck among these exuberant islands in a slow search of paradise that can be found in more than one place. Do not miss the Whitehaven beach, one of the best in Australia.

12: Different Art In Hobart And The Mona

On the island of Tasmania, the MONA (Museum of New and Old Art), is an innovative institution, next to the river. Described by its owner, philanthropist David Walsh, as a “subversive Disneyland for adults,” its three floors of underground galleries show more than 400 complex and controversial works of art. You may like it or not, but it does not leave you indifferent. Hobart is a small and ideal city that brims with colonial history and natural beauty.…