Tips on Travelling to Australia

Tips on Travelling to Australia

When you come to Australia, seven experiences showed in the following article is which you should not miss. I promise that you will regret if you don’t go to these places when travelling to Australia.

Pass through the Daintree Rainforest

Daintree Rainforest, one of the regionswith the world’s most diverse animal and plants, is a destination which you should not be missed when travl in north Queensland. At here, you can do many things such as hiking, boating in the morning, touring by four wheels and watching crocodiles.

Having a view of Great Ocean Road with helicopter

Firstly, I promise that it is an unforgettable experience because Great Ocean Road is a local landmark. There are many places such as the 12 disciples, Grand Knapp area, Adelaide Lake Gorge and and Gibson stage which is 70 meters that can hold your breath.

Taking boat from Cairns

Like most New Yorkers look forward to Hawaii, people in Australians aspire to Queensland which is in ‘s more, it is so wonderful that see the Great Barrier Reef or the Whitsunday Islands on a luxury yacht.

Taking a gamble at Crown Casino, Melbourne

If you want to take a look at the largest casino in Australia, it is likely to make you become pauper. In addition to the common roulette and 21 points, Crown Casino is also the place for international artists to perform. At the same time, 25 restaurants and 11 bars are 24-hour opening.

Swimming in LakeMcKenzie, Fraserisland

As is known to all, fraserisland is the largest sand island in the world. There is no doubt the most amazing scenery on the island is LakeMcKenzie. The blue water like crystal and the soft sandy beaches are surrounded by dense forests. By the way, The lake is located 100 meters above sea level, and the bottom of it is a dune.

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Tasting the red wine at Hunter Valley

Hunter Valley, 2 hours away from the Sydney, is the oldest wine region in Australia. It is famous as the product called semillons and there are more than 100 wineries around the Valley. The best way to find vineyard and Olive Grove in Hunter Valley is to join touring party, which you can not only enjoy wine, but also taste the wine at each vineyard.

Climbing Sydney Harbour Bridge

You can climb the Sydney Harbour Bridge to see Sydney Harbour, Sydney Opera House and all the beauty of the city.