In the heart of Australia, it's a place with 3 must-see sites: Uluru, King's Canyon and the Olgas also called Kata Tjuta.
Uluru is the most famous site, it is a huge rock that is the symbol of the country. Its particularity is that it changes colors during the day depending on the light. At sunset you will appreciate its intense red color.
A trip to the Red Center can not be done without seeing King's Canyon. Its walls are red and vertiginous 100 meters high. You have unobstructed views of the protected national park.
The Olgas is a set of 36 red rock domes that stretch over 30km² and between which you can stroll, and observe the incredible environment of the Australian desert.
If you can only visit one city, go to Sydney. There are many beautiful things to see. Stroll around Circular Quay, visit the Botanic Gardens, Sea Life Aquarium, and walk to Bondi Beach, then spend a half-day in The Rocks. If you do not have specific dates go for the new year it's fantastic! And finally do not forget the world famous monument: the Opera!
One hour from Sydney you will find the Blue Mountains National Park which covers 240,000 hectares. It is definitely worth doing this hour of driving. Known for its beautiful landscapes. It is possible to go canyoning.
Listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, it is one of the three most famous Australian tourist attractions in the world. (Uluru and the Sydney Opera House). It is home to a wide variety of fish and corals. It is also the largest reef on the planet.
Next to this place, there is another beautiful place, the Whitsundays, where you will find beautiful islands. This archipelago, grouping 74 islands scattered along the coasts, is known for its water and turquoise trails.
There is also an equivalent of the Great Barrier Reef but less known, called Ningaloo Reef. Located on the West Coast, it is best known for whale sharks that are there every year, but we can also see manta rays, etc. Do not hesitate to visit the West Coast, it is much wilder and less touristy, with sublime national parks.
If you want to see crocodiles it's here! This forest is also home to a large number of animals, you must open your eyes!
Lake Mac Kenzy in Fraser Island
It is the largest sand island in the world, with a lake of white sand and perfect blue water.
Visit Kakadu and Litchfield National Parks. Kakadu is the largest national park in the country, and is about 200 km southeast of Darwin. You can see crocodiles in the natural environment, it's very impressive.
Great Ocean Road
Do you like Road Trips? This is for you! It is one of the most beautiful roads in the world, 250 km along the southern coast of Victoria, with breathtaking views and many beaches.
A place often forgotten by travelers, Tasmania offers beautiful scenery, especially Cradle Mountain and Wineglass Bay. More than a third of the territory is classified as natural reserves, national parks and UNESCO World Heritage sites. For the brave hikers, do not miss one of the most beautiful hikes in the world: the Overland Track.
Australia's second largest city after Sydney, Melbourne is a cultural city. Many cultural events and shows are frequently organized each year. It is the capital of sport, and it is also a very cosmopolitan city with a particular atmosphere to each district.
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