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Top 10 Things To Do In Australia

By Arra on 27 July 2016

With so many wonderful landmarks around Australia, it can be difficult to know which are the sites worth seeing. Whilst we definitely recommend travelling the country if you ever have the chance, in the list below we have outlined the top 10 attractions that Australia has to offer.

1. Great Ocean Road, Victoria

This amazing road stretches 243 kilometres along the coast between Torquay and Allansford. The highlight is most definitely the Twelve Apostles, tall rock pillars stranded at sea.

2. Kakadu National Park, Northern Territory

Kakadu National Park, Northern Territory

The park is best during the dry season, when the birds and reptiles congregate in the wetlands. The Yellow Waters Lagoon is particularly popular.

3. Sydney Harbour Bridge, New South Wales

Sydney Harbour Bridge, New South Wales

One of Australia’s most famous landmarks, visitors can climb it for 360 degree views! You’ll be 440 feet above sea level with views of Sydney CBD.

4. Margaret River region, Western Australia

Margaret River region, Western Australia

This region falls along a 193 kilometre stretch of road between Cape Naturaliste and Cape Leeuwin. It showcases national parks, wineries and a beautiful coastline.

5. Ngadiku Dreamtime Walk, Queensland

Operated by the local Aboriginal community, the walk offers an indigenous perspective of the rainforest in Mossman Gorge – a source of food, medicine and spirituality.

6. Flinders Ranges, South Australia

Flinders Ranges, South Australia

You have to experience sunset in these spectacular ranges – the Prairie Hotel is a popular place to do this. The pub is also known for its menu and interesting clientele.

7. Great Barrier Reef, Queensland

Great Barrier Reef, Queensland

One of Australia’s most famous natural sites, taking a boat tour out to the reef is a must. Try your hand at snorkeling or scuba diving to see the colourful corals and fish.

8. Uluru, Northern Territory

Uluru, Northern Territory

Located in Australia’s Red Centre, Uluru is another of our most famous sites. There are plenty of ways to get up close to the rock, such as walking or on the back of a camel.

9. Bondi Beach, New South Wales

Bondi Beach, New South Wales

Known as Australia’s most famous beach, Bondi is gorgeous all year round. The beach is lined with delicious cafes and restaurants to whet your appetite after a surf.

10. Sydney Opera House, New South Wales

Sydney Opera House, New South Wales

A modern marvel of architectural design, the Opera House is recognised as a world class centre for performance arts and is not to be missed.

If you’re planning an Australian getaway, whether you live here and need to get away for a few days or you’re from another country and want to see the sights, we hope that the above list of attractions has helped you to plan your journey. Don’t be afraid to explore little known attractions, either!