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. Tourists go to Australia to have a taste of Australian adventure. Australia is the largest country in Oceania and is surrounded by large oceans which makes it have a great tropical weather.
Australia has everything a holiday could be. There are many great cities to tour, beach to surf and swim, and mountains to climb. If you don’t want to join the tourist rush, the best months to go are June to August and experience mild temperatures and sunny skies or if you want hotter days you can go there from December to February for a great outdoor adventure.
You can visit the Gold Coast which is one of Queensland’s largest cities. During the mid 90s, the Gold Coast became known for its beautiful beaches which surfers had enjoyed immensely. This is also famous for its nightlife and is aptly called Australia’s Hollywood. If you are on a Gold Coast holiday, you can rent one of the elite holiday homes for a wonderful stay in the city.
The capital of New South Wales, which is Sydney is famous for its Opera House and the Harbor bridge. Sydney has its own share of beaches including the known Bondi beach where surfers, even first timers, enjoy the waves. In Sydney, there are great restaurants where you can experience Asian cuisine and the place is teeming with free outdoor markers.
West of Sydney is a rugged terrain of rainforests and tall mountain peaks called the Blue Mountains. In this World Heritage Region you will find many different species of plant and animal life. If you are fond of mountain climbing or biking, then this is the place for you. Come and experience the great scenery up the mountains. If you want to see the steepest funicular railway in the world, you should visit the Katoomba Scenic Railway.
There are seventy four inhabited islands in Australia’s eastern coast known as Whitsunday Islands. In these islands you can experience rainforests and white sand beaches. In these islands you can find great landscapes and you can witness beautiful sunsets, which is located a few meters away from the Great Barrier Reef. This is famous for its Clipper Race Carnival which is yacht-watching events, and have a great seafood experience.
Another Unesco World Heritage site on the north east coast of Queensland is the DAintree Rainforest. Here you find the largest tropical rainforest in Australia. In this site lives the Kuku Yalanhi people. Here you can visit the Daintree Discovery Center with its aerial walkway. You can also travel to Myall Beach along their beautiful coast.