Australia is a continent with a wide array of unique wildlife, extraordinary landscapes, beautiful beaches, and laid-back cities. The Land Down Under is famous for its diversity featured correctly in its unrivaled outdoor lifestyle and urban distilleries. Whether you like open fields, coral reefs, or nightclubs – Australia has everything to offer. When planning a vacation to Australia, it’s smart to book an Australia tour package so you can relax and enjoy while a travel company takes care of all the arrangements. Though it is impossible to explore Australia in a few days, here’s a list of top seven places you must visit when going on an Australia tour. Take a look.
1. Port Campbell National Park
One of the highlights of Australia, the Port Campbell National is home to rock formations formed by waves and air over the years such as the Arch, London Bridge, and the Twelve Apostles. You can go on a boat tour to take a look at the limestone stacks from the water or take a helicopter tour for a bird’s-eye view or. Other places to visit here are the 230-foot-tall cliffs of Gibson Steps, Loch Ard Gorge, and the tranquil Bay of Islands.
2. The Whitsundays and the Great Barrier Reef
Internationally renowned for snorkeling and diving, the Great Barrier Reef is home to an array of marine life, including species of dolphins, turtles, tropical fish, sharks, rays, and giant clams. In the heart of the Great Barrier Reef is The Whitsundays which is made up of 74 Island Wonders. You can take a scenic flight to get a complete view of the beautiful archipelago or go on a sailing excursion.
Country’s fifth largest city, Adelaide is famous for being bordered by many of Australia’s famous wine regions. Some of the must-visit places include the 150-year-old Central Market with more than 80 stalls, cafes, and restaurants offering fresh, local produce. You can choose from over 100 pubs, hip bars, and watering holes, and fine dining eateries to have a memorable time.
One of the must-visit places in Australia is its largest city – Sydney. The city is home to a picturesque harbor, beautiful beaches, iconic landmarks, and gorgeous botanic gardens – all featuring an impressive architecture. Do not forget to visit the Sydney Opera House to experience an unforgettable opera performance by world-renowned artists. You can also visit the Bondi Beach famous for its pristine sands and clean waters.
Sitting near the southeastern tip of the country along Port Phillip Bay is the capital of the state of Victoria. Melbourne is a hub for fine food and shopping. You can go shopping at the Royal Arcade on Bourke Street, Chapel Street, Queen Victoria Market, and the Melbourne Central Shopping Center. You can enjoy traditional fast foods and gourmet fare including burgers made from prime wagyu beef.
6. Barossa Valley
Barossa Valley is home to 80 cellar doors and about 70 wineries, making it a haven for wine-lovers. You will find everything win-related from boutique wineries to big-name bestsellers. You can also explore the Barossa Farmers’ Market in the Vintners’ Sheds near Angaston.
7. The Margaret River Region
Another perfect place for wine lovers is the Margaret River Region. Situated in Western Australia, the place is home to many breweries, wineries, and gourmet restaurants. You can also explore underground caves, mainly recognized by their shapes – Lake, Mammoth, and Jewel. All the three caves have unique distinctions, making them more beautiful than the last one.
Book an Australian Tour Package
Besides all the places mentioned in this blog, there are many other places you can explore including Kuranda, Nambung National Park, Nambung National Park, Fraser Island, Cairns, and Broome when you are visiting Australia. If you are planning the vacation with your family, you can book an International group tour package for Australia. Australia is also an ideal honeymoon destination. You will also find many Australia tour packages from Mumbai and other states in India. A tour package will take the worry of making arrangements and creating itineraries from your shoulders so you can sit back and relax on your vacation to Australia.