Tours in Australia
Australia, land down under, is more than just famous for its many kangaroos, koalas, and rabbits that populate a huge percent of its land area. As a sixth largest country in terms of land area, only a little smaller than the continental United States, in comparison to other countries all over the world, Australia is a host to many beautiful places anyone can go to for a visit. We’re talking about places to go to like beaches, rocky mountains, as well as islands, all preserved for their beauty which anyone can appreciate and enjoy. But more than just a showcase of the natural beauty of nature, other places you can go to are man-made in nature but are never short of being stunning.
Without further ado, the following are ten of the best places to visit if you are in Australia:
Top 10 best places to visit in Australia
Great Ocean Road, Victoria
If ever you are thinking of driving in Australia, go for the best spot in the country that is the Great Ocean Road. Situated in Victoria, many people consider the road as the most beautiful to drive on if you are in Australia. It’s a 243-kilometers rise starting in Torquay up until Allansford. What made the road special is because of the scenery you can see as you travel along the road such as the stack of limestone formations rising out from the ocean referred to as The Twelve Apostles. In addition, you can also see Australia’s wildlife as you go along the road.
Blue Mountains National Park, New South Wales
Located somewhere west of Sydney lies a tower of three mountains referred to as the “Three Sisters” whose height is estimated to be at 900 meters above ground of the Jamison Valley. As expected from a tourist destination deemed mountainous and rocky, the Blue Mountains National Park is a spot for mountain bikers and hikers alike, sporting activities such as abseiling and mountain climbing. Another activity to enjoy on the area includes the climbing aboard of Katoomba Scenic Railway, the steepest passenger railway there is.
Sydney Opera House
As the only man-made destination to make it to the list, you would know that there is something special about the Sydney Opera House not found in others. This is not surprising for a landmark whose architectural designs is regarded as a 20th century masterpiece. Designed by architect, Jørn Utzon, the Sydney Opera House was made to resemble a massive sailing ship. Surrounded by equally stunning sceneries such as the Royal Botanic Gardens and Sydney Harbor, the Sydney Opera House makes one of Australia’s most famous landmark.
Fraser Island, Queensland
Known to be the place for dingoes, a dog of pure breed, in Australia, Fraser Island as nestled in Queensland, shows off with its own rainforests, a sizable number of freshwater lakes, sand dunes, as well as its colorful sand cliffs. It is just a short trip away from Hervey Bay using marine transports, so getting into the place would not take long to be boring. For the record, Fraser Island is the largest sand island among islands in the world.
Whitsunday islands is a collection of 74 islands located in the middle of Australia’s Great Barrier Reef. Tourists who are looking for the perfect place to explore and have a look at some of Australia’s aquatic life go anywhere in Whitsunday Islands. As popular and ideal Whitsunday Islands may be, most of its islands are currently desserted still. Those which are not, however, are home to some of the famous resorts to celebrities, the rich, and the famous.
Great Barrier Reef
Previously, we had discussed about Whitsunday Islands which is technically located on the same area as the Great Barrier Reef. Focusing on the reef itself, and not the surrounding islands it is surrounded with, it is considered by many as a top destination among scuba divers and underwater explorers. As a reef located within the Coral Sea, it is a home to an estimated 2900 cora reefs as well as cays.
Kadaku National Park, Northern Australia
The Kadaku National Park is Australia’s largest national park situated in Northern Australia. As what you would expect from a park so big, there are a lot to see in this park: various species of wildlife, including birds, as well as a huge concentration of rock arts as made by the aborigine of Australia.
Uluru/Ayers Rock, Northern Australia
Somewhere along the northern territory of Australia lies a mountain so huge, it is regarded as one of the largest monoliths there is all over the world. It is called as the Ayers Rock. Specifically located within Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, Ayers Rock towers a height of more than 340 meters high from the ground. More than just a piece of massive mountain, the rock is peculiar in that it changes colors during sunset ranging from colors of terra cota, violet, red, and blue. Aborigines call the place as Uluru and is regarded as a sacred place.
Cable Beach in Broome
Unpolluted and preserved for its beauty, Cable Beach has retained the purity of its white sands and its blue waters coming from the Indian Ocean which made more attractive with equally stunning sunsets thereby heralding it as Australia’s most popular tourist destination by some. Unique to the place is the camel ride service you will not see anywhere else if you are in the beach. If you have not ridden one before, you can try it here. Alternatively, you can also opt for a motorized transport which you can use to trek the white sands. Either way, the experience is fun if you are in Cable Beach in Broome.
Purnululu Park, Western Australia
Given Australia’s large total land area, it does not come as a surprise if some portions of its land has not yet been fully discovered only until recently. Such is the case of the Bungle Bungle Range as nestled in Purnululu Park. While before its documentary in 1983, the area is relatively unknown even to the aborigines of Australia likely because of the remoteness of the place. The Bungle Bungle Range is known for its black-and-orange sandstone domes that gives resemblance to a beehive.
Top 10 in Queensland
Get to Choose from These Top 10 Destinations that you can Visit in Queensland!
Queensland, Australia is the world’s sixth sub-national entity and Australia’s second largest city, which also has one of the most populated states in Australia. Queensland is famously known as the “Sunshine State” and the country’s third largest economy.
Here’s the Top 10 Destination in Queensland that you may want to visit:
Great Barrier Reef
The Great Barrier Reef is the world’s largest coral reef system situated in the coast of Queensland, Australia. The Great Barrier Reef is one of the Seven Wonders of the World with over 3,000 individual reef system and coral islets. This astonishing creation of nature is surrounded by hundreds of scenic and inviting islands that offer activities like snorkeling, diving and island hopping.
Fraser Island is Queensland’s largest island and Australia’s sixth largest island. Enlisted as a World Heritage in 1992, Fraser is the largest sand island in the world. You can find over 100 freshwater lakes in Fraser Island and this is where the world’s tall rainforests are found. You can also go four-wheel driving on the sand cliffs in this destination, see native wildlife and bathe in the crystal clear lakes in Fraser.
Gold Coast showcases outback ranges, rainforests and their bewitchingly amazing beaches, waterways and canals. This destination in Australia has a sub-tropical sunny climate that perfectly matches water adventures. Gold Coast does not just boasts of its amazing beaches as it is also surrounded by high-rise buildings, which includes the infamous “Surfers Paradise Hotel.”
Cairns is in the tropical north of Queensland and the fourth most visited destinations in Australia. This destination caters an inviting and soothing atmosphere. Aside from water adventures and relaxing shorelines, you can also have sumptuous seafood dishes and enjoy the nightlife that Cairns has to offer.
Brisbane is the capital of Queensland and the third most populous city in Australia. A lot of fun and adventure is available in this pleasing destination. If you’re looking for a getaway with not only beaches and water activities, Brisbane can give the best of both as you can enjoy kayaking or swimming plus cycling or rock climbing.
Whitsunday Islands is said to be the collection of continental islands of various sizes in the central coast of Queensland, Australia. This is one of the prominent tourist destinations in Queensland that offers water adventures and soothing ambience. Whitsunday Island is at the center of the infamous The Great Barrier Reef and is a famous destination for yachting.
Daintree National Park
Daintree National Park is part of the Wet Tropics of Queensland and became a World Heritage Site in 1988. This destination in Australia was founded in 1981 and was divided into two sections – the Mossman Gorge and the Cape Tribulation. The Mossman Gorge is at the southern part of the park, which showcases crystal-clear waters, while Cape Tribulation is where mountains and beaches meet.
Kuranda is surrounded by tropical rainforest located in the Northern part of Queensland. This destination in Australia is known as “The Village in the Rainforest,” surrounded by amazing creations of nature including the infamous Baron Falls. Kuranda boasts of its bird aviary, butterfly sanctuary and abundant wildlife. In Kuranda, you can also enjoy Barron River cruise and the rainforest scenery.
Historic Village Herberton
Historic Village Herberton tin mining town with shops, pub, bank, chemist, grocer, printer and garage. This destination in Queensland is oftentimes referred to as the “Village in the Hills.” Its main attraction is currently the Herberton Mining Museum and Visitor Information Center that was recently opened in 2005. Historic Village Herberton offers old day’s structures and buildings, vintage machineries and vehicles and other Australian collectibles.
Australia Zoo is owned by Steve Irwin’s (The Crocodile Hunter) widow Terri Irwin and ran by Wes Mannion. This zoo in Australia is initially owned by Steve’s parents who later on passed it to him, and now to his wife Terri. The Australia Zoo showcases wide variety of birds, mammals and reptiles. Tourist can view crocodile feeding and can participate in elephant feeding as well.
Top 10 in New South Wales
Top Ten Amazing Destinations that you Shouldn’t Miss in New South Wales!
New South Wales is the most populous state in Australia, wherein the most populous city is also situated in this state. New South Wales is located on the east coast of Australia. This is one destination you shouldn’t miss!
Here’s a list of the most visited places in this beautiful state:
Sydney is the capital city of New South Wales located in the east coast of Australia. The world’s largest natural harbor is located in this destination. Sydney is the second official residence and seat of the Governor-General and Prime Minister of Australia. There will always be something exciting to look forward to in this destination because this is more of a city that is full of surprises!
“Small but terrible” – this is how Byron Bay can be describe as a spectacular beach town. This beachside town is well-known to surfers as it showcases several beaches that perfectly matches surfing. Aside from surfing, whale-watching is also one of the activities that you can enjoy here. Tourists can walk and explore the Cape Byron lighthouse, while scuba diving and swimming is also available here in Byron Bay.
Blue Mountains is best for family getaway or a romantic vacation any time of the year. This destination is one of the World Heritage List in 2000 and was one of the 15 World Heritage places in the National Heritage List in May 2007. Blue Mountains is comprised of range of mountains that makes the picturesque view more magnificent.
Coffs Harbour is considered as the most inhabitable climate in Australia as it is sandwiched between astonishing mountain surroundings and enticing beaches. This destination is surrounded by national parks and marine parks with several exciting adventures to choose from. Coffs Harbour was once the biggest banana producer and exporter where it became one of the main attractions now in this area.
Port Macquarie is one of the most popular destinations in New South Wales Australia because of its scenic natural beauty. This destination is perfect for both family and lovers, as there are many thrilling activities for everyone. Port Macquarie is a town located at the mouth of the Hastings River, which makes the entire destination interesting.
Newcastle is the world’s largest coal exporting harbor and it is located at the mouth of the Hunter River. This destination is a perfect escape from busy schedules and tied up city life. Unwind, relax and have fun are some of the things that you can do in Newcastle. With its magnifying surf beaches, exciting nightlife and the mellow ambiance, makes the trip worth catching.
Jindabyne is a popular winter destination as this has an overlooking sight of Lake Jindabyne and near the Snowy Mountains in Snowy River Shire. During winter, Australia’s highest ski resorts Perisher, Thredbo and Charlotte Pass are the main destinations. And in summer, fishing, water skiing and wakeboarding are some of the top activities in Jindabyne.
Jervis Bay is an oceanic bay in the south coast of NSW, Australia where it possesses the whitest sand in the world. Jervis Bay has clear water and is considered as the safest that has the most beautiful waters in the world. Family and friends are most likely to enjoy whale-watching and dolphin cruising anytime of the year.
Hawkesbury Valley is surrounded by more than 70 percent of Natural parks that offers different activities for everyone to enjoy. Not only do Hawkesbury Valley boasts of its natural beauty, it also showcases some of the historic structures and important places. This is also where 15 percent of New South Wales’ fruit and vegetable crop are grown.
Dubbo is a major road and rail shipment hub to other parts of New South Wales. This destination is perfect for family getaway. Dubbo has their fair share in history with several galleries, museums and collections that visitor can walk through during their stay here in Dubbo.
Top 10 in Victoria
Have a Taste of What Victoria Has to Offer – Bag an Unforgettable Travel you Ever Had!
Victoria is a state in the south-east Australia, which is the second most populous state in the country. Victoria caters to a wide variety of sumptuous cuisine and offers the best of different adventures.
Here’s a list of destinations in Victoria you could choose from:
Melbourne is the most populous city in Victoria and the second most populous city in Australia and Oceania. This destination is also Australia’s cultural capital with its dynamic history and trendy art, wherein even locals are enjoying the feel. You will get to satisfy not just your tummy but your soul too.
Great Ocean Road
Great Ocean Road is listed as Australia’s National Heritage and the world’s largest war memorial. This destination is considered as one of the most scenic coastal drives and boasts of the picturesque 12 Apostles. It does not only cater water fun adventures, but it also holds historic heritages and cultural attractions.
Phillip Island is renowned for Penguin viewing and Australian native wildlife. Phillip Island Nature Park showcases seals, koalas and different species of birds. This destination is perfect for family getaway as kids can enjoy hand-feeding wallabies, kangaroos and get to explore the famous Phillip Island Chocolate Factory. There are other amenities available in Phillip Island for adults as this area have entertainment center plus the Grand Prix Circuit where the world’s best riders and drivers assemble.
Mornington Peninsula is considered as a combination of European and Australian lifestyles. This destination does not only cater water sports and nature adventures, it also showcases galleries, restaurants and chic villages. Mornington Peninsula is also one of the wine regions in Victoria, where visitors can enjoy seeing how wines are produced and planted.
Yarra Valley is the surrounding region in Yarra River in Victoria, Australia and usually referred to as upper regions. Yarra Valley houses the Victorian wine as this destination is the winemaking institution in Victoria. This destination unveils attractive scenery with a touch of delightful cuisine and fascinating arts.
Dandenong Ranges is a set of low mountain ranges with rolling hills, steeply weathered valleys and thick temperature rainforests. This destination is perfect for serene family picnics and harmonious forest walks. One famous spot in Dandenong Ranges is the historical Puffing Billy Railway that runs through parts of the ranges.
Gippsland is an economic rural region in the eastern part of Victoria, Australia. This destination is perfect for morning walks and cycling. You get to experience nature and wildlife at its finest with fishing on the side and a sip of local winery. Gippsland also offer galleries and artist studios aside from its fun nature adventure.
Werribee Mansion is a historical building in Victoria, with the Werribee Park Mansion and Werribee Open Range Zoo. This destination showcases the colonial and aviation history of Victoria way back 19th century. Werribee Mansion, this is the largest residence in Victoria, was built in 1870s by the well-off Chirnside family.
Goldfields region of Victoria is oftentimes defined as historical and tourism geography particularly heritage tourism. This destinations bears Victorian architecture like heritage registered buildings that are larger than what is currently seen, however, most of which are now ghost towns. There are several galleries with rich art collections that are suitable for kids too.
Echuca is a town located in the banks of the Murray River in Victoria, Australia. This destination is Australia’s finest heritage and it houses the largest Paddle Steamer fleet in the world. The Port of Echuca literally means “meeting of the waters” and this area is the Paddle Steamer capital of Australia, with a touch of colonial heritage. Aside from riverside adventure and water activities, restaurants and historic attractions are some of the activities available in Port Echuca.
Top 10 in Western Australia
Get to Have a Taste of What West Australia Offers and Have a Once in a Lifetime Worth Vacation!
West Australia is the largest state in Australia and the second largest country subdivision in the world. This destination is surrounded by the Indian Ocean, Great Australian Bight, Southern Ocean, North Territory and South Australia.
Perth is the capital and largest city of Western Australia and fourth most populous city in the continent. This destination caters serene ambiance with an ideal weather to relax and shoreline to rest. Perth will give you a hard time in choosing where to go, either grab their cosmopolitan lifestyle or enjoy the gift of nature that was given to them.
Margaret River is well-known for its surfing beaches and world-class wineries plus outstanding restaurants. Located in the south-west of West Australia, Margaret River is one of the most famous wine and food regions. If you want to taste local delicacies, you might want to try their crayfish, organic beef and truffles, while for your dessert, give in to their handmade chocolate and fudge.
Broome and the Kimberly
Broome is a coastal pearling and tourist town in Kimberly region in West Australia. Some say that if you want to explore Kimberly region, you need to camp in Broome. There aren’t many structures in this destination as the region mostly has deserts, beaches, mountains and waterfalls. Considered as the last frontier of Australia, Kimberly is a wild land of remote and spectacular view with intense weather and scanty population.
Purnululu National Park
Purnululu National Park is in the east of Kimberly region of West Australia and a World Heritage Site. Within this destination is the equally famous Bungle Bungle Range. Purnululu National Park showcases geological wonders, rock formations, picturesque gorges and rare wildlife. The Bungle Bungle Range exhibits world’s most impressive sand stone domes.
Ningaloo Reef Marine Park
Ningaloo Reef Marine Park is one of the World Heritage Site in West Australia and its Australia’s largest fringing coral reef. This destination is the only large reef positioned very close to a landmass and was also listed on the Australian National Heritage List. Ningaloo Reef Marine Park is not only famous for whale shark sightings, but it also boasts of different species of corals and other marine wild life.
Rottnest Island is located in the coast of West Australia which is colloquially known as Rotto or oftentimes Wadjemup. This destination bears a laid-back atmosphere, marvelous marine life and charming scenery with a lot of water fun activities. Some of the activities you can do in Rottnest Island are surfing, swimming, diving and fishing.
Esperance is renowned for its shoreline and was voted Australia’s best beaches with having the whitest sand and West Australia’s most popular beach. This destination had the first electrical wind farm that was built in 1987. Esperance is said to be the place where Cyclops waves are seen, the heaviest wave with massive amounts of water unloading on shallow reef.
The Pinnacles are limestone formations contained within Nambung National Park in West Australia. This destination is a true desert landscape because of the yellow sand dunes that formed into impressive shapes. The Pinnacles is a perfect day trip, so that visitors can walk along the rock formations and see their difference.
Fremantle is a major Australian port in West Australia, located at the mouth of Swan River. This destination is said to be perfectly divided into colonial elegance and Gold Rush past with living a modern and chic present. Fremantle was able to preserve Victorian and Edwardian architecture over the years and now one of the main tourist destinations here.
Shark Bay is a World Heritage Site and plays a vital role in Gascoyne region of West Australia. This destination contains plant species that are unique and considered as new to science. Shark Bay is known to have the largest area of sea grass covering a huge portion of the bay. Having a hot and dry weather in Shark Bay make the sea water becomes “hyper saline.”
Top 10 in Northern Australia
Experience the Top 10 Destination of Australia’s Northern Territory of Australia
Northern Territory is a federal Australian territory in the central regions. Surrounded by Timor Sea, Arafura Sea and Gulf of Carpentaria, Northern Territory is the only tropical region in Australia. This destination may be large in area but barely populated.
Uluru, oftentimes called as Ayers Rock and officially listed as Uluru/Ayers Rock, is located in the southern part of the Northern Territory of Australia. This destination caters large sandstone rock formations and home to a number of springs, ancient paintings, waterholes, and rock caves. Uluru is listed also as a UNESCO World Heritage Site that offers a lot of fun and adventures.
Kakadu is a UNESCO World Heritage and a protected area in the Northern Territory of Australia. This destination is one of the most visited spot in the Northern Territory, which makes it more crowded. Kakadu National Park has a variety of activities to choose from like wildlife seeing, exploring rock arts and swimming in the nature’s wonder waterfalls.
Darwin is the capital and largest city in the Northern Territory of Australia with moderate population. This destination was a pioneer outpost and serve as the regional center’s Top End. Darwin is the only tropical capital city in Australia and gateway to other interesting destinations like Bali Indonesia. This destination caters the city’s fantastic indigenous art and innovative museums and galleries.
Litchfield was proclaimed a national park in 1986 and ideal place for bushwalking, camping and swimming. This destination is surrounded by inviting waterfalls and charming safe swimming holes. Litchfield is far more different from its neighbor Kakadu, as it’s not that popular and crowded. It also caters “croc-free” and refreshing swim.
Kings Canyon is one of the most enchanting places you’ll ever visit in the Northern Territory of Australia. This destination is inside the infamous Wattarka National Park, close to Alice Springs and Darwin. Kings Canyon stands at more than 100 meters high, and the walk around its rim is the part that every traveler shouldn’t miss. This destination protects the George Gill Range and contains red sandstone walls with rocky dome highlands and other sandstone shapes.
West Macdonell Ranges
West Macdonell Ranges is also one of the most famous destinations in the Northern. This destination showcases wide variety of ranges, gorges, waterholes and other wonders of nature that you will definitely enjoy. If you want to take a trip going to West Macdonell Ranges, you will have to start your tour to Alice Springs, as there are no public and formal transportation going this area.
Katherine Gorge is different from most destinations in the Northern Territory as this destination has kept its ambiance’ solemnity, while many travelers don’t know much about this bewitching creation of nature. Katherine Gorge has a lot to offer such as paddling, forest walks and plunging into its gorgeous waterfalls. This destination also caters historic museums and galleries with Aboriginal artifacts.
Alice Springs is the heart of central Australia situated in the Northern Territory, with interesting pioneering history. This destination epitomizes the hardy outback reputation of the Northern Territory’s Red Center. One way or another, Alice Springs is your doorway to other charming destinations, you may want it or not. With a lot of thrilling activities to offer, this destination is worth the trip.
Arnhem Land is one of the world’s oldest living cultures situated in the Northern Territory of Australia. This destination is an isolated and mysterious reserve in the Northern Territory. With Arnhem Land being one of the oldest living cultures, this is their way to preserve their culture, nature, laws and this should be observed at all times.
Karlu Karlu is officially Devils Marbles Conservation Reserve gazetted in 1979, located south of the Northern Territory of Australia. This destination plays a significant spiritual role for Aboriginal owners of the land. This is one of the destinations that will surely be unforgettable because of its charming scenery and rich history.
Top 10 in South Australia
Visit the Top Ten Destinations in SA and Get to Explore its Hidden Wonders of Nature!
South Australia may not be filled with a lot of water fun adventures, being the most arid part of the continent, but it unveils winemaking at its finest. There are other tourist spots that you can enjoy while you are here in South Australia. And here they are:
Adelaide, the fifth largest city in Australia and the capital of South Australia, boasts amazing sophisticated primitive ambiance and green esplanade. Adelaide is a combination of fine dining and food carts, not to mention its surprising nightlife.
Barossa Valley is a prominent wine-producing region and tourist destination in South Australia. This destination is also famous for its award-winning restaurants and fresh seasonal products. Barossa Valley is where some of the world’s finest wines are produced, as there are over 70 cellar doors and 150 wineries here.
Fleurieu Peninsula is laid-back destination which showcases a lot of fun activities – from water adventures to simple greenery walks. Fleurieu Peninsula has cellar doors where sip of homemade wines are at your hands with some olive groves and almond plantation. Along its shoreline, families can lay on the sand, watch the whales flap their tails and surfers take their first wave.
Kangaroo Island is the third largest island in Australia, next to Tasmania and Melville Island. Visitors who constantly go in this destination tag this destination as marvelously amazing spot. There are national parks in Kangaroo Island which you can witness native wild animals like koalas, wallabies, diverse birds, and of course, kangaroos. You’ll get to enjoy the sight of penguins, whales and sea lions as well.
Clare Valley is the home of Australian Riesling and this is also Australia’s oldest wine region. This destination was left with rich historical structures and traditions by the English, Irish and Polish settlers who moved here way back 1840s. And those heritages are now museums, bed and breakfast and fine dining restaurants.
Murray River is the longest Australian’s river which rises from the Australian Alps and runs through different regions. One of the most awaited events here is the longest canoe race being held in Murray River annually. There are also several activities waiting on the river banks like historical heritages, food and hospitable locals.
Mount Gambier is the second most populous city in South Australia and it caters the best of both worlds. Perfectly divided into the glamorous city life and the uncomplicated village life, Mount Gambier is a place for either short or long stays. With its enigmatic blue lake and astonishing volcanic landscape, this destination is really a “must-see” and a place to breathe.
Coober Pedy is oftentimes referred to as the “Opal Capital of the World,” since opal was discovered here in 1915 and because of the amount of opal that is being excavated from here. This destination relies mainly on tourism and opal mining industry. Coober Pedy locals’ source of income is mainly coming from the mining industry.
Yorke Peninsula is located north-west of South Australia and separated by Kangaroo Island and Investigator Strait. This destination is also ideal for family vacation because it has a combination of inviting beaches and rugged shoreline. Yorke Peninsula also showcases mining town, national parks and diving spots.
Flinders Ranges is the largest mountain range in South Australia with the Flinders Ranges National Park inside. Most famous landmark in this destination is the Wilpena Pound, a large crescent shaped natural amphitheater with the highest peak. Flinders Ranges is the embodiment of the renowned Australian outback.
Top 10 in Tasmania
Discover the Island. Get a Taste and Explore The Hidden Treasures of Tasmania!
Tasmania is the 26th largest island in the world, situated south of the Australian mainland. Tasmania is an island state that has turned its remoteness into an asset.
Get to know more about this exciting destination with the list of tourist spots below:
MONA is known as the Museum of Old and New Art and the largest privately funded museum in Australia, which is specifically located within the Moorilla winery in Hobart, Tasmania. MONA may not just be the largest museum, but this is also one of the most controversial one. This destination has very interesting wide art collections and was established in January 2011.
Launceston is the second largest city in Tasmania next to Hobart. This destination is the only inland city in Tasmania and the ninth largest non-capital city in Australia. Launceston has the usual perfect blend of food and wine plus culture and nature. This destination showcases Victorian and Colonial architecture with its structures and influences. You can choose from walking down museums, galleries and cafes or enjoying wildlife seeing, river cruising or simple forest walks.
Strahan, which is a small town in the West Coast of Tasmania, has recently been significant for local tourism in the. This destination is one of the best places that you can visit in Tasmania, with its amazing wildlife and nature scenery. Strahan is rich in interesting stories coming from the days of conviction, until the day it regained its glory.
Cataract Gorge is a river gorge and one of Tasmania’s premier tourist attractions. The world’s longest single-span chairlift is found in this destination during the months of November to March. Cataract Gorge reserve offers a Victorian garden blossomed with ferns and exotic plants on its northern side. Cataract Gorge can be considered as one of the most amazing urban reserves as the animals seen in this destination are peacocks, wallabies and dusks.
Port Arthur is a former convict settlement in Tasmania and listed as part of the Australian Convict Site, which is a World Heritage property. This destination is one of the most noteworthy heritage areas in Australia. Port Arthur is Australia’s most reminiscent and preserved convict site and an important destination in Tasmania. Aside from its scenic view, there are several interesting tales and happenings in this destination such as scary and dark ones.
Cradle Mountain National Park
Cradle Mountain National Park is the fifth highest mountain in Tasmania, situated in the Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park. This destination is one of the most famous tourist spots in Tasmania because of its enchanting beauty. The world renowned Cradle Mountain is part of the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area, with ancient rainforests and alpine steppes.
Bruny Island, which is an island located in the south-eastern coast of Tasmania, offers the ultimate Tasmanian wilderness experience to whoever visits the place as this destination is the premier island destination perfect for everyone. Bruny Island caters wildlife animals like little penguins, echidnas, mutton birds and other wild animals.
Mount Wellington, officially known as Kunanyi, is a mountain in the southeast coastal region of Tasmania, Australia. Only in Tasmania will you get the taste of wilderness and natural beauty so near the urban life as Mount Wellington offers nature adventures like climbing, forest walks, waterfalls dipping and picnics.
Tasman National Park
Tasman National Park was proclaimed under Regional Forest Agreement in April 1999. It is located eastern of Tasmania, Australia, famous for its rock formations and sea cliffs. This destination is surrounded by stunning coastal environment with 300 meter high dolerite sea cliffs. Famous sights in Tasman National Park are migrating whales, penguins, fur seals and dolphins.
Huon Valley is the south-east part of Tasmania, surrounded by farmlands and fruit orchards. This destination is also surrounded by producers of salmons, apples, wines and cider. Huon River is part of your journey to Huon Valley, which is famous for fishing and boating. Apple growing is the most famous industry and attraction in Huon Valley.