Your Australian Travel Journey and Where It Can Take You
April 1, 2019
Where do you really want to go on your holiday? In Australia, you can choose warm and sandy beaches, glittering cosmopolitan cities, sunbaked red desert sands, and more. Where you go and what you do on your holiday is entirely up to you. Your travel through Australia and adventure here is limited only by your imagination.
Australia has more than 30,000 kilometres of coastline and thousands of beaches, all of which are open to the public. Surfing, sunning, sailing, and snorkeling are all popular activities. Whether you head to popular Bondi Beach on Christmas Day or prefer the quieter beaches located in national parks throughout the remainder of the year, you can enjoy relaxation, beautiful scenery, or even a fun beachside barbecue.
An estimated 80 percent of Australians live along Australia’s coastline. Although the country is one of the most sparsely populated, it is also one of the most urbanized countries in the world. As many as 85 percent of its population lives in its cities, each of which has its own distinctive attitude. Melbourne has a European flair, with a large Greek and Italian population, and is considered Australia’s fashion capital.
Sydney is Australia’s most populous and most visited city and is home to some of the most well-known landmarks in the world, from Sydney Harbour and the Opera House to Sydney Harbour Bridge. No matter which cities you visit, you are sure to find something new and exciting in the way of dining, attractions, and nightlife.
For some, though, nothing says Australia quite like the Outback. The Red Centre of Australia, home to such incredible natural wonders as Uluru and the Devil’s Marbles, is truly the heart of the country. Aboriginal art galleries, renowned Alice Springs, camel rides, and Kings Canyon are all some of the amazing attractions that can be found in the Red Centre of Australia.
Australia is a big country with a lot to offer. Go scuba diving off the Great Barrier Reef or abseiling in the Blue Mountains. Enjoy a wine tour in Adelaide, or trek through the rainforests and history of Tasmania and Port Arthur. Go surfing in Sydney, or drive the Great Ocean Road. Begin planning your Australian adventure today, and let your imagination soar.