If you plan a trip? Then you must choose what you want to see. Among the Pacific and Indian oceans, Australia is the largest island and smallest continent in the world. Australia’s major cities are Sydney, Brisbane, Melbourne, Perth, Canberra, and Adelaide.
Australia is known for its unique animal species like Kangaroos and duck-build platypus. The most popular tourist places in Australia are Sydney Opera House, Great Barrier Reef, Cable Beach Broome, Fraser Island, Purnululu National park, Blue Mountains National park and Vast Australian wilderness known as the Outback.
1. Cable Beach, Broome
Broome’s cable beach is defensible world famous for its 22km of sand. It takes just 10 minutes drive from Broome Airport. This is the place where you can ride the camel on the white sand beach between the bright blue ocean and red desert. Here you feel the sunset like breathtaking. This is the great place to cool down.
2. Fraser Island
3. Purnululu National park
Purnululu National park is full of natural phenomena unlike anywhere else in the world. This amazing park boasts 250meter-high cliffs, the peculiar beehive-shaped sandstone formations of the Bungle Bungle Range and stunning gorges. It is located in the East Kimberley region of Western Australia. It is a wonderful paradise for outdoor enthusiasts searching an adventure in the rugged outback.
4. Sydney Opera House
Sydney Opera House is a multi-venue performing art and it is the iconic landmark of Australia. The Sydney opera house hosts 1600 performances every year, including ballet, opera, theatre, dance, music, comedy and Children’s shows and more. It is located from North to Sydney, Australia.
5. Blue Mountains National park
This is the place where you can find a variety of wildlife and plants which effort the country’s natural beauty. It is located in the vast region west of Sydney, Australia. You can also find waterfalls and interesting rock formations. Echopoint at Katoomba is the popular spot, as it offers the view of the iconic Three Sisters.