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Top 25 Most Popular Things To Do In Australia - Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary - photo from Wikimedia
Top 25 Most Popular Things To Do In Australia – Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary – photo from Wikimedia

15 – Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary: Want a chance to bond with some of Australia’s cutest animals? The Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary gives tourists a fun and rare opportunity to learn and interact with Koala’s. It’s home to over 100 of natures cutest and smallest bears and is known for being one of the top destinations for animal lovers.

 

14 – Flinders Ranges National Park: Watch out for kangaroos at this national park. At Flinders, you can find some of Australia’s most ancient history as well as some of it’s most well-known animals. From seeing¬†Aboriginal rock art sites to fossils, hours of exploring and hiking awaits you here.

 

13 – Royal Botanic Gardens: If botany is more your interest, you should visit the Royal Botanic Gardens. This stunning site is home to both native and non-native plant life. With beautiful walking paths accompanied by rare plants, this is one destination that should be visited by all who admire life in all shapes and forms.

 

12 – Great Ocean Road: While getting here may be treacherous, once you arrive you will never want to leave. The Great Ocean Road is known for its beautiful views and windy roads.

 

11 – Watson’s Bay – Lizard Island:¬†Don’t let the name fool you, Watson’s Bay is not known to be home of the lizards. In actuality, it is known for being one of the most ideal places for snorkelers. Surrounded by a beautiful coral reef, divers will find their calling here as there is much to explore including a famous cod hole where you can come face to face with the giant Potato Cod.

 

Top 25 Most Popular Things To Do In Australia - Sharks Bay - photo from Wikimedia
Top 25 Most Popular Things To Do In Australia – Sharks Bay – photo from Wikimedia

10 – Sharks Bay: This is an adventurer’s paradise with rugged climbs and a beautiful beach. Moreover, it is also home to many fish species and bottle-nosed dolphins, not to forget of course, sharks as well.

 

9 – Blue Mountains: If you are looking to see a gorgeous landscape, your first stop in Australia should the the Blue Mountains. The perfect getaway for you and your significant other, this region has some of the most amazing views and restaurants in Australia.

 

8 – Purnululu National Park: Talk about having a unique landscape. Purnululu is home to the most bizarre and amazing maze of beehive domes. It’s a curious wonder that every Australian traveler should explore.

 

7 – Sydney Harbour: Known to be Australia’s crowning jewel, Sydney’s Harbour is one of the most famous destinations in this region. Surrounded by beaches and the famous Sydney Opera House, this is the most famous and traveled destination of tourists.

 

6 – Kuranda Scenic Railway: A less than 2 hour train ride will take you on an amazing journey through Australia’s mountains. This is one of Australia’s amazing feats as you consider how they were able to build a train atop of the rugged and unforgiving landscape.

 

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