Eastern Australia and Its Famous Tourist Destinations
Australia should be next in line on your upcoming holidays. It is one great country where you experience diversity, where some places are pure wilderness and others are modern cities. You can experience great adventures while visiting Australia. It is one big country with tropical weather, and surrounded by two large oceans.
If you are thinking holiday adventure, Australia has it all. You can tour its many nice cities, go to their beaches or go hiking up their mountains. If you want to avoid the tourist rush then you should go any time from June to August when the weather is mild and the skies are sunny, and if you want a hotter weather, then you can visit during the months of December to February where you can have lots of outdoor adventures.
Queensland boasts of its Gold Coast which is one of its largest cities. This has become a tourist destination since the mid 90s because of its beautiful beaches which surfers love. Here, in Australia’s Hollywood, people enjoy their exquisite nightlife. You can stay in one of the elite holiday homes for rent while you are having a Gold Coast holiday, for a great time in your life.
If you are going to Sydney, the capital of new South Wales, you can visit their Opera house and pass through their famous Harbor bridge. Here, you can have a surfing holiday at the Bondi beach where even beginners can take their first try at surfing. In Sydney, you can also find many free outdoor markets and there are many restaurants where Asian cuisine is served.
West of Sydney is a rugged terrain of rainforests and tall mountain peaks called the Blue Mountains. Here there are many species of plant and animal life and has been chosen as a World Heritage Region. This is ideal or hikers, mountain climbers, and mountain bikers. if you are fond of great mountain sceneries, then this is the place to visit. You can also visit the Katoomba Scenic Railway for a great sightseeing adventure up the steepest funicular railway in the world.
The Whitsunday Islands are seventy four inhabited islands in Australia’s eastern coast. Rainforests and white sand beaches are a common sight in these islands. A few meters away from the Great Barrier Reef, these islands is a place of great landscapes and beautiful sunsets. You can taste their delicious seafood while yacht-watching at the Clipper Race Carnival.
You can also visit Daintree Rainforest which is chosen as a Unesco World Heritage site located on the north east coast of Queensland. When it comes to the rainforests in Australia, this is the largest one you will find. The villages of the Kuku Yalanji people are like gems in this vast rainforest and is something to be marveled at. You can stroll along the aerial walkway in the Daintree Discover Center. You can also travel to Myall Beach along their beautiful coast.