Here you are guaranteed a very close experience to the Australian marine fauna, you can dive in a strip reef of 260 kilometers, on the coast of Western Australia, snorkel in Coral Bay and swim with the whale shark. There are also 4×4 tours of the red sand dunes of the Cape Range National Park.
It is a beautiful place where you can swim and do eco-tourism. The waterfalls are fed by a stream that flows permanently and the long distance trail has 62 kilometers so between the excursion and exploration it takes 4 to 5 days to complete it. The camp is 8 kilometres from the beginning of the trail, so there is plenty of time to camp and relax.
This is the most important tourist spot in Montreal, since no matter the weather you can walk, skate, picnic, take great pictures and navigate. Across the street of La commune Est in the area of the old Town, you will find a variety of options of very good restaurants and bars.
The Yarra Valley, one of the main wine-growing areas in Australia and the world, is making competition for France. It goes to the conquest of new markets with the elegance of its Chardonnay and Pinot Noir. They have wines qualified by the Australian critic James Halliday with scores of more than ninety over one hundred. If you are a wine lover and astral visits, this is your dream destination. The region maintains a constant effort to attract tourists, locals and foreigners, to its wineries to taste its excellent offers, as well as vintage sparkling wines such as the Chandon Vintage Brut or the new Moscato.
This area is characterized by an extreme natural beauty, has hiking trails, extensive flora and gorges. Its curious name is due to its eucalyptus forests because they emit a bluish mist that is seen from a distance. The rock formation called the Three Sisters is the most famous attraction of the Blue Mountains and perhaps also the reason for the distinction of World heritage. In addition to nature there is a notable human trade, high-class restaurants, cafes and a lot of nightlife.
We advise the adventurers to visit the park in winter, the experiences of traversing it are much more intense. However, security is the first and for that there are good signs, steps and very well defined trails. If you like to climb and explore this must be one of your definitive options, the total tour of the park should take place in about 3 days.
It is comparable to the Caribbean beaches, but the water temperature is a little colder. You will have 22 kilometers of beautiful views to visit and enjoy with tranquility because even in high season it is never crowded. There are cliffs, the sunsets are spectacular and if you embullas you can even take a camel ride.
Here you will find two of the most famous symbols of the city and possibly of Australia, the Sydney Opera House and the Bay Bridge. In combination these two icons form one of the most beautiful and photographed views of the world. If you go on New Year’s or close to the date this is the ideal place to celebrate, gather millions of people around the bay and contemplate one of the best fireworks shows in the world.
This is one of the destinations that the greatest possibility of exchange with the Australian fauna will offer you. Here you can watch to touch and feed many animals, such as koalas, pelicans, seahorses, blue penguins, kangaroos, snakes, opossums, ducks, swans, lions and sea bears. Its main areas are Kingscote Wharf, American River, Stokes Bay, Finders Chase National Park and Hanson Bay.
This is a demonstration of the spectacular power of nature and perhaps one of the most attractive destinations in Australia. Its main feature is that it is constantly evolving, as the coral grows and breeds and when it dies a rock is made and new corals emerge, completing a perfect cycle. It also houses an ecosystem of various species, among which you can find sponges, fish, starfish, turtles, molluscs, snakes and crustaceans. It is such a magnitude that it is said that the barrier can be seen from outer space.