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|Sydney Opera House
|The Sydney Opera House (Sydney Opera House), located in the north of downtown Sydney, is a Sydney landmark, designed by Danish architect (Jorn Utzon), with a shell roof combining the theatre and the halls. The interior architectural structure of the opera house is modeled after the Maya culture and the Aztec temple. Construction began on the building in March 1959, and it was officially completed and delivered on October 20, 1973, for a total of 14 years. The Sydney Opera House, an Australian building and one of the distinctive 20th-century buildings, was named a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 2007.
|The Great Barrier Reef, Australia
|Australia’s Great Barrier Reef is the largest and longest coral reef group in the world, located in the southern hemisphere. It runs through the northeast coast of Australia, from the Torres Strait in the north to the south of the Tropic of Cancer in the south, stretching a total of 2011 kilometers, with the widest point of 161 kilometers. There are 2900 large and small coral reef islands, and the natural landscape is very special. The southern end of the Great Barrier Reef is 241 kilometers away from the coast, the northern end is closer, and the nearest point is only 16 kilometers away from the coast. When the tide falls, some coral reefs emerge from the water to form a coral island. It is a very convenient sea route between the reef group and the coast. When it is calm, cruise ships pass here. The continuous colorful and polymorphic coral scenery under the boat has become the best underwater wonder attracting tourists from all over the world to hunt for wonders. It was included in the World Natural Heritage List in 1981.
|The Great Ocean Road
|Dayang Road, located in the west of Melbourne, was built to commemorate the soldiers who participated in the First World War. Many veterans also participated in the construction. More than 3000 workers worked hard for it. The construction of this road started in 1919 and was completed in 1932. The eastern section of Dayang Road is winding with the Otway Range. The southwest wind from the Southern Ocean, with rich moisture, is blocked by the Altay Mountains. It rains on the terrain and forms a quite humid and cool climate. It breeds dense and towering forests, as well as good farmland reclaimed by farmers.
|The Gold Coast of Australia
|The Gold Coast of Australia is located in the middle of the eastern coast of Australia and south of Brisbane. It is composed of a section of about 42 kilometers long and more than 10 high-quality sand beaches arranged continuously. It is named after the golden beach. With a pleasant climate, sufficient sunshine, and dangerous waves, it is suitable for surfing and water skiing. It is a surfing paradise and a key tourist resort in Queensland. The Gold Coast is not an adjective, but a noun. It is only half an hour’s drive from Brisbane, where the World Expo was held. It can easily link to urban prosperity, but it has a quiet and undisturbed style. With a pleasant climate and abundant sunshine, especially the dangerous waves, it is suitable for surfing and water skiing. It is a paradise for surfers and a key tourist resort in Queensland.
|Kangaroo Island, also known as Kangaroo Island, is located at the entrance of St. Vincent Bay, 112 kilometers southwest of Adelaide, the capital of South Australia, and in the Bass Strait, with an area of 4405 square kilometers. It is the third largest island in Australia after Tasmania and Melville Island. The island is only 13 kilometers away from the mainland from Cape Jarvis on the Floriyou Peninsula in South Australia. The island has more than 4000 residents, whose main industries are agriculture, tourism, and fishery. It receives more than 140000 tourists every year and is one of the most famous tourist areas in South Australia. A quarter of the island is designated as a national park and reserve. Besides kangaroos, a variety of conservation animals live in them.
|Phillip Island, also known as Penguin Island, is located about 130 kilometers southeast of Melbourne and takes about 2 hours by car. It is an island at the mouth of Westport Bay in the south of Victoria, Australia. A bridge is built on the east side of the island to connect it with the mainland’s San Remo, which looks like a dolphin. There are Penguin Ecological Reserve, Churchill Farm, Koala Conservation Center, and New Nobis Center on the island. Phillip Island is bordered by the vast Bass Strait to the south, which is like a gate of the West Harbor, guarding the entrance of the bay.
|The Twelve Apostles
|The Twelve Apostles Rock is located on Dayang Road in Victoria, Australia. It has been standing on the coast of Campbell Harbor National Park for 20 million years. It was gradually formed by the accumulation of hundreds of millions of small stones and then buried in the sea floor. Later, the strong tide and wind finally exposed these rocks to the water, becoming the famous Twelve Apostles Rock. Because their number and form are exactly like the twelve apostles of Jesus, people named them after the twelve apostles in the Bible story.
|Lover’s Harbor is one of the favorite places for Sydney residents and tourists. It is located in the west of Sydney City. Every year, more than 1.3 million foreign tourists visit here. Lover’s Harbor is a good place for shopping and strolling. There are more than 120 retail stores in the port, selling goods including clothing, jewelry, flowers, leather goods, Australian aboriginal artworks, handmade glass products and various tourist souvenirs. Although these stores are distributed intensively, their prices are reasonable and distinctive, and sometimes they will launch some special goods in conjunction with festivals or special events.
|Wave rock is a huge rock stratum in Australia, located near Hayden City on the edge of the western grain growing area. This overhanging rock mass is called wave rock because its shape is like a row of huge frozen waves about to break. It is 15 meters high and about 100 meters long. Australia’s wave rock is known as the “eighth wonder of the world”. This big rock is not an independent rock, but a weathered rock formed by connecting the Hayden stone 100 meters in the north and Homer Rock, Camel Rock, which looks like a hippo’s mouth.
|Sydney Harbour Bridge
|Sydney Harbour Bridge is a representative building in early Sydney. Like a rainbow across the bay, it is majestic, handsome, and magnificent. It faces the world-famous Sydney Opera House across the sea and becomes the symbol of Sydney. The Sydney Bridge has many important meanings. It is an important bridge connecting the north and south sides of the port, a perfect background for the postcards of the Sydney Opera House, and an absolutely unique view of the Sydney Opera House from a height of 147 meters above the water. It is also an ideal place to take a panoramic view of the port.
|Wellington Mountain is the highest mountain in Hobart, with an altitude of 1270 meters. Standing on the top of the mountain, you can overlook Hobart and the Antarctic continent.
|Kakadu National Park
|Kakadu National Park is one of the largest national parks in Australia. There are a lot of wild animals living here. There are many strange primitive rocks and dense trees in the park. Therefore, a large number of nature lovers are attracted here every year.
|The Peak Stone Array is located in Perth, the capital city of Western Australia. The grotesque stone columns in the park are all over the desert, forming a unique spectacle. In the flat sand dunes, there are limestone spire-style stalagmites standing everywhere. The highest one is 0.45 meters, and the smaller one is only as big as a finger. It is like an array of ancient battlefields, which is very shocking.
|St. Paul’s Cathedral
|St. Paul’s Cathedral was designed by British architect William Butterfield. It is the earliest English church in Melbourne and the most famous building in Melbourne. This church is free of charge. The entrance door is very heavy, while the interior presents a relatively dark environment, giving a heavy sense of history.
|Dantri rain forest
|Located in Queensland, Dancui Rainforest is one of Australia’s natural wonders. It has a history of 180 million years and covers an area of 1200 square kilometers. Tourists can walk in dreamy time under the guidance of local guides of the Kuku Yalanji tribe.
Stay in the tropical rainforest of Silky Oak Lodge, relax in the tree house, and listen to the sound of the ancient forest. You can also do some paddle surfing on the Mosman River. Don’t worry, the local saltwater crocodiles won’t be so far inland.
Interesting fact: Danteri Rainforest is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, twice the size of the Amazon Rainforest
|Fraser Island is one of Australia’s coolest tourist attractions because it has 75 miles of beaches! It is one of the longest in the world. Rent a four-wheel drive truck in Nusa Town to start your adventure and experience the wildest driving experience you will have. This is an island with sand dunes, wild dogs, tidal pools, and sunken ships.
Oh, one more thing, the driver shares the beach with the plane! Yes, there is an airport on the beach. You can book hotels and resorts on the island to spend more time exploring. Read all about our trip to Fraser Island – 4X4 Adventures
|Holy Spirit Islands
|The Holy Spirit Islands are 75 islands off the coast of Queensland. When visiting the Great Barrier Reef, you must spend some time here. These islands are in their center! The beautiful white sand beach rotates effortlessly in the green seawater.
There are luxury resorts, sailing, and snorkeling. The must-stop is the largest and most famous of all the islands, Whitehaven Beach.
|Port Douglas is a leisure resort town in north tropical Queensland. This is the starting point for visiting the Great Barrier Reef and Danteli Rainforest. It is an ideal place for you to spend a few days relaxing and exploring the beauty of Australia. Located on the most beautiful coast of Australia, road travel to Douglas Port is a must. Watch our beautiful flight over the Great Barrier Reef from Douglas Harbor.
|Wilpena Pound is a huge 80-square-kilometer rock amphitheater, which is amazing. It is located in the Flinders Mountains of South Australia, 450km from Adelaide. A good place to stay is in a national park in the background of mountains. The Flinders Mountains have a history of 100 million years, and visiting the ancient landscape is really fascinating. It is also one of the best places to observe the endangered yellow-footed rock kangaroo in Australia.
|Barossa Valley boasts Australia’s most famous vineyards. Here, you can visit such distilleries as Wolf Blass, Lehman, and Penfolds, to name just a few. Crossing the valley will take you through the beautiful countryside. You’d better hire a driver so that you can really experience all the wines in Barossa. An hour’s drive from Adelaide, this is a beautiful area that can take several days.
|It is famous for Midnight Oil’s album cover Diesel and Dust and has become a landmark site for Australian photographers. The homestead was abandoned many years ago and still stands alone on the roadside. It’s easy to miss it. We made a detour just to see it. As loyal fans of music, we just need to see it with our own eyes.
|Gardner Lake is a salt lake in the Gaole Mountains of South Australia. When you visit the lake, it feels like you have stepped on another planet. The lake itself is an impressive white landscape but surrounded by the red hills of the Gaole Mountains, it is a picturesque perfect place.
|Blue Mountain is only 50 kilometers (32 miles) from Sydney, which is another famous landscape attracting many tourists. The Three Sisters Peak is the most iconic landscape of Blue Mountain. The Echo Point Lookout provides a magnificent view of the three sisters overlooking Jamison Valley.
|One of the most famous inland attractions is Uluru (also known as Ayers Rock) near Alice Spring. As a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Uluru is a sacred place for indigenous people in the region. It is 348 meters high, in sharp contrast to the flat desert landscape. It is 3 1/2 km long and nearly 2 km wide, making it a popular site for land tourism.
|Harlem Bay Stingray
|There is no better place to watch stingrays than Hamelin Bay. The local stingrays are located in the Margaret River area and often prey on local fishermen in these waters. Stingrays are very friendly. You can snorkel with them.
In addition, the scenic Hamelin Bay is a good place to kill time.
|The spectacular sandstone cliff, an extraordinarily painted cliff, is dyed with iron oxide to form a beautiful honeycomb pattern.
Although this kind of rock stratum is not rare, it is rare that it is so exposed and available to tourists. After a two-and-a-half-hour hike from the main port of Darlington, the cliff was not flooded by tourism as we expected. In fact, when we arrived, only one or two people were exploring the area. “
Like Canada, India, China, the United States, and Russia, Australia is a vast country. You will never see it in your life, but it must be fun to try!
|Wine Cup Bay, Fechner National Park, Tasmania, Australia
|We haven’t been to Tasmania yet, but you can’t join the Australian Guide without mentioning Tasmania. Two years ago, we almost went there once and conducted a lot of research on the hot spots in Tasmania. From Cradle Mountain to Hastings Cave, there is also a chance to spy on Tasmanian demons, which seems to be a perfect destination for people who are not far away.