What comes first in mind when we hear the
word “Australia”? Kangaroos, beaches and g’day mate? But, there is much more to
travel to Australia, yes, We’re talking about awe-inspiring mountains, epic
road trips, enormous national parks, beautiful waterfalls….. the list is really
never comes to an end.
Let me start by saying it’s always a good
idea to visit Australia, but it’s even a better idea to visit at fluctuating
exchange rate.
Regardless of where are you from and what currency
is doing, visiting Australia must on people top bucket list at least once in
their lifetime.  And, if you really
making a plan to come down under, make it a priority and do it.
It’s a tough choice to narrowing it down to
a very few list of destinations, everyone must visit. But, if you’re only going
to visit Australia once, these are top suggestions of seeing what this country
One of the most favorite beach in
Australia, Whitehaven Beach, and numerous other beautiful beaches and bays,
explains Whitsunday Islands, comprises of 74 islands, with that turquoise water
and pure white sand. Throw in tropical sunset, that imaginable waterspouts  and what not? And, the fact you’re in heart of
Great Barrier Reef.
Don’t forget to jump on the fastest boat to
zip around the Whitsundays and enjoy it as much as we can do in one day.
Oceanic Rafting is designed to enter the
shallow waters where no other selling vessels have permission to enter that is
right up on the sands of Hill
on Whitehaven Beach.
At the northern end of Whitehaven Beach,
you will enter the Whitsundays Islands
National Park,
Hill Inlet is a stunning cove where the tide shifts the sand
to create a fusion of swirling colors.
Margaret River is well known for endless
glasses of internationally recognized wine- they have 150 wine producers, and
to feast on all the amazing food to get offer, and yes , this is not the only
reason to visit Western Australia, The beaches are the attractions, where you
can put your foot on!
This stretch of coastline has most amazing
beaches in Margaret River, for quality and quantity. Although the water
temperature is a little cooler down south, it makes for a refreshing dip on a
summers day, and visually they truly are spectacular.
This place has an addictive vibe for the amazing
diversity of people from wine makers, farmers, artists to , of course the
Today, we are talking about Margaret River,
so here are the 9 pick, we got to explore and mind it, this would ne memorable
and adventurous too.
With its fine white sand, crystal clear
turquoise water, and those natural dunes. It’s a great spot for swimming,
snorkeling and apparently scuba diving.
 Yallingup Beach
Yallingup is a favourite spot for
snorkelers as well with the sheltered swimming lagoon at the southern end of
the beach, and then a nice stretch of beach heading north for a walk.
Eagle Bay in yet another expansive beach,
but we recommend to have a morning swim or a beach walk at this beach. It’s a
kind of plca with great pizzas, kids playgrounds.

*     Sydney,
has a reputation of being on the expensive side, You don’t necessarily have to
pay to get to see and experience all of Sydney’s most famous icons and stunning
coastal landmarks.
But, with careful planning ,  most of the best things
to do are free
 or cheap . So, here is the list of few things
you can do in Sydney, without getting out of budget and here it goes!
Walk across the Harbor Bridge, Picnic in
the Botanical Gardens, walk around Circular Quay and admire the Opera
House, take the ferry over to Manly, explore The Rocks District, and the
Bondi Beach to Coogee Beach coastal walk!
Freycinet is one of our top three favourite
National Parks in Australia. You must heard of Hazards Beach, Friendly Beach,
Coles Bay but you probably heard of world famous Wineglass Bay? Give yourself
more than one day here to do all the hikes, go kayaking, and take in the beauty
of the Hazards.
Whilst Tasmania is
Australia’s smallest state, Historic towns, World Heritage Listed wilderness
areas, pristine beaches, rugged coastline, gorgeous mountains, hiking, wildlife
and a terrific food and wine industry that will make your taste buds
Even though it’s a small state it does take longer to
drive around than you’d anticipate, so don’t rush, but slow down and take more
ranks at the top of most liveable cities in the world.There really is something
for everyone here, no matter what your budget or tastes are.
streets are very easy to navigate, and the city’s laneways offer a shopping and
dining experience like no other city in Australia. Here, you can experience
four seasons in one day weather pattern.
If you’re a sports nut it’s got the
Australian Open Tennis, the Grand Prix, the Melbourne Cup, and the AFL. An
incredible food scene, some of the best coffee and cafes in the country (if not
the world), cool pubs, endless shopping, great festivals, awesome markets,
handy public transport, and just an all round addictive vibe!
Wine and food is all set to
satisfy your taste buds in Barossa Valley and nearby Adelaide Hills. with over
80 cellar doors and 150 wineries from big names to boutiques
including Jacob’s Creek, Penfold’s, Wolf Blass and Grant Burge, you’re not
lacking in options

Along the 155km length of Australia’s third
largest island, you’ll also discover soaring cliffs and rugged coastlines,
dense national parks, towering sand dunes, and untouched beaches. Kangaroo
Island is an island full of diversity. Incredible landscapes from beaches to
sand dunes and forests to rolling farmlands. You will be sure to spot a wild
array of Australian animals – dolphins, kangaroos, koalas and more AND the food
and wine is incredible! You can be pretty sure when visiting Kangaroo Island in South Australia you’ll spot a
koala dozing up a tree, seals playing on the beach, dolphins swimming in the
sea, and of course, kangaroos bouncing around.

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