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Top 10 Activities To Do In Australia

by Jasbinder Singh

These amazing activities could all be the highlights of your trip to Australia.What criteria will you use to decide which ones to complete?The Whitsundays are 74 archipelagos located on the Great Barrier Reef, only 55 kilometres away from the coast of the province of Queensland. Visitors come from all over the world to relax on Whitehaven Beach’s beautiful white sands, take a sea plane ride above Heart Reef, and stay in world-class accommodation on luxury islands in the Whitsundays. Sailing, snorkelling, diving, and swimming are all possible in the pristine, sheltered seas that surround the island’s quiet beaches and hidden harbours.


Islands Queensland Tourism

Whitsunday Islands Queensland Tourism and Event

Bareboating is called: a boat to be hired, stored with supplies and friends and sailed in the sunset. Even if you don’t have a sailing experience, businesses like Cumberland Charter Yachts will give you a yacht and safety briefing and free to tell where you are and where you are going, with a requirement that you respond to their two times per day radio schedule. Leave the Airlie Beach coastal town or deliver your ship to Hayman or Hamilton Island.


The Ghan, Northern Territory  Journey Beyond

This unforgettable train journey takes 2979 km of tropics, the mountains of the Flinders Ranges, the snarled desert, Katherine Gorge and the Red Centre, named after Afghan camel drivers who travelled to Australia’s centre before going there. It took three days for the Ghan to travel from Darwin to Adelaide, or vice versa, to Katherine and Alice Springs. You can also choose a trip from Sydney to Perth to the Indian Pacific or a trip of four days or vice versa.


The Pinnacles, Nambung National Park, Western Australia 

The Pinnacles formed about 25 000 to 30 000 years ago after the sea retreated and left sea shells deposits. The Pinnacles are amazing natural structures. With time, the surrounding sand was removed by the coastal winds which exposed the pillars to elements.

The Pinnacles Desert, where hundreds of ancient calcaire pillars look like extraterrestrial tombs, is located 250km north of Perth on the Turkis Coast. The park is surrounded by lonely white beaches, wildflowers, unparalleled fauna and excellent fishing. Stay in Cervantes’ nearby fishing village or drive the Indian Ocean to discover the colourful interactions between beauty and wilderness along the way.


Farm Gate Market, Hobart, Tasmania

Tasmania is known for its cool climate and the Tamar Valley is the largest Tasmanian wine region north of Launceston. Don’t miss the signature variety Pinot Noir from Providence, the oldest winegrowing vineyard in the state.

Begin with a fresh breakfast in the Farm Gate Market in Hobart and then spend some days feasting in Tasmania. A lot of local products are to be sampled and seldom drive more than an hour between gastronomical cities and shops.

The vibrant Tasmanian markets are buzzing with activity and have unique state-wide products. It’s the best place to buy Tasmanian culture and taste local products and spectacular cuisine. Tasmanian culture! They also provide a hotspot for unbelievable businesses and specialised products like antiquities, local art, craft, clothes and more. Last but not least, they are an exceptional opportunity for local farmers and artists to immerse themselves into the local community.


Sydney Harbor is one of the world’s first places to welcome the new year. View of the fireworks from numerous vantage points around the Sydney Harbor. Many of these point of view is free to access, but certain areas are divided for ticket owners, and tickets must be purchased in advance.

 Secure the Sydney Opera House, the Circular Quay Promenade or Mrs Macquaries Point in The Domain to make a hit in the middle of this event. Alternatively, head to Kirribilli or to McMahons Point Blues Point Reserve on the north side of the bridge to Mary Booth Reserve.


The Kimberley, Western Australia 

The Kimberley region is one of the last wilderness border in the world three times larger than Britain and less than 40 thousand people, spread across Australia’s entire northwest corner. Here you can find a prolific wildlife, majestic canyons and a number of outback resorts and freshwater pools, and one of Australia’s largest 4WD road trips.

Wet’n’Wild, Gold Coast

Wet’n’Wild, Gold Coast, Queensland

This the Australia’s Biggest’n’Best Water Park .Set off to Wet’n’Wild Gold Coast for a splash-like day with family, where summer is endless and fun. Take advantage of a world-class range of pools and slides for young people.

Enjoy the Wet’n’Wild Junior, an enormous area only for small adventurer or pump AquaLoop from your heart when you are released by a trapdoor, which lets you fall vertically!! Complete your day with Tornado, Blackhole and Kamikaze in Extreme H2O Zone – not to the faint heart! 


Northern Territory Tali Wiru, Tjuta Uluru-Kata National Park

The huge red rock of Uluru is one of Australia’s most famous attractions, rising from the Central Australian wilderness dramatically. Uluru, formerly known as Ayers rock, is about a half billion years old made from sandstone. It has a height of 348 metres and an area of 9.4 km.

In this unforgettable, delightful dinner experience with views of Uluru and Kata Tjuta’s distant dome, you will watch the sun set in a didgeridoo’s sound and sit over a dune to enjoy a tasting meal under the numerous stars (while you learn everything about them), followed by listen to Dreamtime’s campfire stories.There are only 20 guests, which are an unforgettable experience at every turn.


Margaret River

Western Australia annual Gourmet Escape is the most important food and wine festival in Australia. It take place every year in month of  November. The festival offers delicious food, wines, pop-up events, cooking lessons, celebrities, and the most prestigious cuisines of Western Australia. The Margaret River region is an ideal location for holidays. You will find bodies of wine, restaurants and lovely beaches. Starting in Perth, hire a car to drive to the Margaret River for three hours, or fly to a city 50 km north of Margaret River, Busselton.


Shark diving, Port Lincoln, Adventure Bay Charters.

We invite you to take part in a thrilling day of adventure, training and fun! This once in a lifetime vision of Great White Sharks in its natural environment will leave you a lifetime of memories!

We are privileged to be the one-day shark shark cage dive operator in Port Lincoln, South Australia who can use natural fish berley to bring the Great White Sharks to our boat in the Marine Park of Neptune Islands. Being allowed to berley offers you the best chance of an observation of a hair and productive interaction near our boat and cage, resulting in a wonderful photographic opportunity and an unforgettable meeting.

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