For all the travelers that wish to add an extra touch of adventure to their trip; know that Australia is your go-to. We all know that tourism is at its peak and going for the same mainstream travel plan is just not the thing. Know the best of travel-plans that can be easily executed while you tour at Australia with your family and friends.
⦁ Sydney Opera House:
Though the name talks about a single venue, Sydney Opera house comprises of multiple performing venues and considered as the busiest performing arts centre. For those that wish to cherish a good soothing and relaxing time out with your friends; getting yourself booked with tickets at this house is the best you can do to pamper yourself. The opera house is a meticulously designed architecture with multiple concrete shells as a precast. Not just a performing arts house, The Sydney Opera House also lets you enjoy delicacies and coffee in their cafes, restaurants and bars. You can as well get yourself a gift by splurging your pockets at the retail stores.
⦁ The Great Barrier Reef:
Waters are heaven to you and you have an undeniable love for sea life then camping under the stars in a pontoon is your perfect night-out plan. This 2,300 km reef is the largest you’d find on Earth and can be seen from outer space too. Gear yourself for the best of times at the Great Barrier Reef while you splurge a little extra to enjoy the water landscaping and sheer beauty of the reef, maybe even surprise yourself with a dive and hang along with some turtles.
⦁ The Twelve Apostles:
Near Port Campbell, Victoria treat yourself with these amazingly huge limestone stacks in the middle of gushing waters of the sea. Formed by erosion, these apostles are a sight worth the watch. Though the name stays popular as Twelve Apostles, you’d find 8 of them now as the 9th dramatically collapsed in June 2005.
⦁ Melbourne Aquarium:
Located on the banks of the Yarra River, The Sea Life Melbourne Aquarium is a sure visit. Some of the attractions at the aquarium include Penguin Playground, Bay of Rays, Coral Café, and Crocodile’s Lair, Mermaid Garden, Shipwreck Explorer and many more. The Aquarium is home to 550+ species and has around 10000+ animals approximately.
⦁ Jenolan Caves:
Located west of the Blue Mountains, in New South Waves are an astonishing limestone caves, popularly known as the Jenolan Caves. Housing a number of stalactites and stalagmites, The Jenolan Caves are considered as one the best attractions in Australia. The caves are considered as World Heritage Site and were discovered about 9000 years ago.
Now that you know some of the most visited unusual places to visit. Count them in for your next tour. Include these five places in your travel trip to Australia along with the rest of the sight-seeing and you are good to go. Happy Touring to you!