Australia Top 5 Tourists

Australia Top 5 Tourists

 The big-ticket sights are all in Sydney – the Sydney Opera House, the Rocks and Sydney Harbour Bridge are at the top of most people's lists – but to really catch Sydney's vibe, spend a day at the beach. Stake out a patch of sand at Bondi Beach, lather yourself in sunscreen and plunge into the surf; or hop on a harbour ferry from Circular Quay to Manly for a swim, a surf or a walk along the seasprayed promenade to Shelly Beach. Ahhh, this is the life!

Great Barrier Reef 

Great Barrier Reef 

The Great Barrier Reef – described by Sir David Attenborough as one of the most beautiful places on the planet – is as fragile as it is beautiful. Stretching more than 2000km along the Queensland coastline, it's a complex ecosystem populated with dazzling coral, languid sea turtles, gliding rays, timid reef sharks and tropical fish of every colour and size. Whether you dive on it, snorkel over it or explore it via scenic flight or glass-bottomed boat, this vivid undersea kingdom and its coral-fringed islands is unforgettable.

Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park

 Australia’s most recognised natural wonder, Uluru, draws pilgrims from around the world like moths to a big red flame. No matter how many postcard images you have seen, nothing prepares you for the Rock’s immense presence, characterpitted epidermis and spiritual gravitas. Not far away is a mystical clutch of stone siblings known as Kata Tjuta (the Olgas). Deeply cleaved with narrow gorges and decorated with tufts of vegetation, these 36 pink-red domes majestically flaunt their curves and blush intensely at sunset.


 Occupying an improbable riverside location a ferry ride from Hobart's harbourfront, the Museum of Old & New Art is an innovative, world-class institution. Described by its owner, Hobart philanthropist David Walsh, as a 'subversive adult Disneyland', three levels of astounding underground galleries showcase more than 400 challenging and controversial artworks. You might not like everything you see, but a visit here is a sure-fire conversation starter and one of Australia's unique arts experiences.


Why the queue? Oh, that’s just the line to get into the latest 'no bookings' restaurant in Melbourne. The next best restaurant, chef, cafe, barista, food truck may be the talk of the town, but there are things locals would never change: the leafy parks and gardens in the inner city; the crowded trams that whisk creative 'northerners' to sea-breezy southern St Kilda; and the allegiances that living in such a sports-mad city brings. The city’s world-renowned street-art scene expresses Melbourne’s fears, frustrations and joys.

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