Must See

 

A collection of the must see attractions that should be on everyones list of things to visit in Australia.

Top Things To See, Do, & Taste In NSW's Hunter Valley Region

The Hunter Valley is one of Australia's premier wine regions, and for good reason. The region is home to some of the country's best sauvignon blanc, full bodied merlot’s and refreshing rosé’s. The Hunter Valley also offers beautiful scenery, with rolling hills ...

Posted By JenniferA
18th August 2022
Duration : 4 Minute Read
Views : 85
Alice Springs

7 Best Australian Outback Towns to Visit

Outback Australia is filled with off-the-beaten track settlements and towns, creating the perfect excuse for a road trip adventure. Offering authentic laid-back experiences set in diverse country landscapes, the Australian Outback contains a rich past, ranging from ancient Indigenous ...

Posted By Leila
15th June 2022
Duration : 6 Minute Read
Views : 274

5 Fun Things To Do On A Weekend In Sydney

Whether you’re visiting from overseas or you’re a local looking for some fun on the weekend, Sydney is a great city to get out and explore. With great nightlife, world-famous cultural sights and a plethora of jaw-dropping beaches to enjoy, there’s a reason that ...

Posted By JenniferA
3rd June 2022
Duration : 4 Minute Read
Views : 108

Port Stephens

Port Stephens is a large natural harbour that is well known for its beautiful beaches and sand dunes. Named by Captain Cook back in 1770 Port Stephens covers an area of roughly 119 square metres and is actually larger than the Sydney Harbour. Port Stephens is approximately a ...

Posted By rachel-coxsen
19th October 2012
Duration : 1 Minute Read
Views : 5175

Sydney Opera House

The Sydney Opera House is one of Australia's most famous landmarks that attracts over seven million visitors each year. Located at Bennelong Point near the Sydney Harbour Bridge the Opera House features a series of precast concrete panels with a shell like appearance. The opera ...

Posted By mick
8th August 2012
Duration : 1 Minute Read
Views : 84680 | Comments : 1

Barossa Valley

Located in South Australia the Barossa Valley is one of Adelaide's most popular wine regions. The Barossa Valley covers an area of 912 square kilometres with main towns of the region being Tanunda, Nuriootpa, Rowland Flat and Lyndoch. The region has a population of about 20,000. The ...

Posted By mick
8th August 2012
Duration : 1 Minute Read
Views : 6873

Kakadu National Park

The Kakadu National Park in the Northern Territory is a World Heritage listed site that covers an area of 19,804 square metres. Kakadu National Park is located in the Alligator Rivers region in Arnhem Land near Darwin and Katherine. The national park is accessed by the Arnhem ...

Posted By mick
8th August 2012
Duration : 2 Minute Read
Views : 7626

Ayers Rock

Ayers Rock is a fascinating landmark that is located in the Northern Territory. Ayers Rock is a massive 348 metres high and has a circumference of 9.4 kilometres. The colour of Uluru is a vibrant orange that glows at sunrise and sunset. It is a popular tourist attraction and ...

Posted By mick
8th August 2012
Duration : 1 Minute Read
Views : 5424

Great Barrier Reef

The World Heritage listed Great Barrier Reef covers an area of approximately 344,400 square kilometres and is made up of over 2,900 individual reefs. It is in fact the world's largest coral reef system and one of Queensland’s most popular tourist attractions. It is situated ...

Posted By mick
8th August 2012
Duration : 1 Minute Read
Views : 9354

Great Ocean Road

The Great Ocean Road is one of Victoria’s most famous attractions and a destination that should be on everybody’s list. The road begins in Torquay, and stretches for 243 kilometres before reaching the end of the road at Allansford, near Warrnambool. The Great Ocean ...

Posted By mick
8th August 2012
Duration : 1 Minute Read
Views : 4644
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