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My List of Top 10 Most Famous Places / Attractions to Visit in Australia

  • By Denny Hopkin
  • December 27, 2019

My List of Top 10 Most Famous Places / Attractions to Visit in Australia

I'm regularly asked what are the top places in Australia to visit? Particularly, when I’ve lately completed ten months road trip around Australia. Furthermore, what are the experiences as per my exclusive list?

I must say Australia is gigantic! For the vast majority, exploring it across the board likely won't occur. To do so, you'll need to visit again and again. This is the reason, I’ve tried to narrow down the top attractions, and these iconic places to visit in Australia possibly will enable you to realise where to begin when you make another trip next to the land down under.

Uluru Is Without A Doubt Absolute ‘Must-Visit’ At the Time You Are Planning A Road Trip in Australia

I’ll begin by stating, it's constantly a smart thought to visit Australia. In case you're an Aussie, not heading out abroad to destinations where our money doesn't travel far-off, however, exploring your own backyard most likely makes sense monetarily.

Or, in the event that you're from places like Europe or USA, at that point the US dollar and Euro offer great value for your money.

In any case, paying little attention to where you're from, and what the dollar is doing, touring Australia is on top of the list of a great number of people.

As I already stated, it’s hard to limit the list of best places to visit in Australia, therefore, I have to exclude some incredible destinations, however, in case you're just going to visit Australia once, I would include the following in my top recommendations for exploring the best of what this country brings to the table.

Kakadu National Park, Northern Territory

You must have heard it as ‘Kaka-don't,’ however, my recommendation is to ignore it. They most likely raced through the park on a day trip with a group tour; however, the place qualifies quite a lot more time than that.

In my five days of stay in Kakadu, and I have to say, still just started to explore what's underneath; however, it effectively makes our top places in Australia list.

The place has it all:

  • Sandstone Escarpments
  • Aboriginal Rock Art
  • Swimming Holes
  • Wetlands
  • Waterfalls
  • Billabongs
  • Rivers
  • Wildlife

Margaret River, Western Australia

It was the most fascinating experience there, and I’m counting on to visit again since it basically has everything. You might not know that there are over 150 wine producers, and the list includes:

  • Forests to Stroll Through
  • Mind-Boggling Beaches
  • Pleasure-Loving Food
  • Various Breweries
  • Chocolate Makers
  • Cheese Factories
  • Caves to Explore
  • Mountain Bike Trails
  • Whale Watching
  • Dazzling Scenes
  • Surf Culture
  • Artists
  • Cafés

Fraser Island

The place is amongst the coolest Australian attractions to see due to its 75-mile long beach. And you would be surprised to know that it's one of the longest on the planet. To enhance your thrilling experience, you can get a four-wheel-drive truck in the town of Noosa and instantly begin your thrilling experience to perhaps the wildest drive you'll ever experience.

You will have an opportunity to experience:

  • Sand Dunes
  • Tidal Pools
  • Dingos
  • Wrecks

And not to forget mentioning, drivers share the beach with aeroplanes! Truly, there is an airport right on the sandy shores.

Whitsunday Islands, Queensland

The Great Place Is A Combination Of 74 Islands, And This Is Incredible!

It’s one of my favourite beaches in Australia, and the list includes, Whitehaven Beach, and various other mystical beaches and quiet bays with that turquoise water and pure white sand. You can imagine every water sport there, as you will get to enjoy throw in tropical sunsets, and the reality you're in the centre of the Great Barrier Reef.

Trendy place with Hamilton Island is the great attraction of Airlie Beach, which is an incredible attraction when it comes to accommodation and activities.

Wine Glass Bay

Australia Guide is incomplete without referencing Tasmania. Our last visit was two years back and did a great deal of research of top spots to find in Tasmania. It appears the ideal destination having to offer Cradle Mountain to Hastings Caves and an opportunity to explore the Tasmanian Devil.

Such a large number of friends share their preferred places on Instagram, and the one spot the stands out to is Wine Glass Bay.

Sydney, NSW

Your visit to Australia is incomplete without spending at least a couple of days in one of the world's most wonderful cities, a large number of you will fly through here at any rate.

Without a doubt, Sydney has a status of being on the costly side; however, the majority of the best activities are without any cost or inexpensive, stroll over the Harbour Bridge, outing in the Botanical Gardens, stroll around Circular Quay and enjoy the Opera House.

Great Barrier Reef

Great Barrier Reef might be Australia's topmost fascination, however, in light of current circumstances! The destination is one of the seven wonders of the natural world. The area spreads over 3000 km over the coast of Queensland.

Irrespective of the fact that you are a devoted driver, usual snorkeler or a beginner underwear diver, the place offers everything to everyone.

The liveaboard dive boat is likewise accessible to explore to the most remote dive of the reef, or you can take a helicopter tour explore the incredible waters.

Daintree Rainforest

The place is situated in Queensland and is one of Australia's natural wonders. Moreover, the place is 180 million years old and spreads across 1200 square km, and there is a chance to enjoy a Dreamtime stroll with a native guide from the Kuku Yalanji Tribe.

Paddleboarding is one of the enjoyable activities on the Mossman River. And you don’t need to be afraid of local saltwater crocodiles, as they don't come that far inland.

Byron Bay, NSW

This incredible beachside town in Northern NSW has been drawing in surfers, the spiritually minded, spa lovers, yogis, backpackers and those attempting find themselves for quite a long time.