Hobart boasts stunning views of the gorgeous, lush wilderness that Tasmania is famous for; it’s also a great place to enjoy fresh produce, artisanal goods, or a few of the local brews. Mount Wellington is a perfect vantage point, as well as an excellent site for bushwalking or bicycling, etc.
7. Cradle Mountain
Cradle Mountain is Tasmania’s fifth-highest mountain, and its beauty makes it one of Tasmania’s most popular destinations. The mountain rises around the crystal-clear blue waters of Dove Lake, and the (strenuous!) trail from Dove Lake carpark, around the mountain and back, takes 6-7 hours.
8. Kakadu National Park
Kakadu is another highlight of the Northern Territory. Covering an area of almost 20,000 square kilometers, Australia’s largest national park is the size of Slovenia or almost half the size of Switzerland.
Perhaps Australia’s best-known tourist destination, Sydney is the gateway city for many tourists, as well as being the largest city in Australia. A vibrant metropolis of over 4 million, Sydney is famous for its excellent cuisine, nightlife, shopping, and cultural attractions; and, of course, the Sydney Opera House!
Once a sleepy backwater, Perth has completely revamped itself since the Western Australian mining boom, and is now a very fun site for tourists and locals alike. At Elizabeth Quay, you can stroll along the Swan River while dolphin-spotting, or check out any of its excellent restaurants or bars.
Australia is known for the beaches, where the continent holds more than 10,000 beaches. It is one of the best countries/continents that can be visited to capture its architecture, unique animals and a great number of reefs. It is surrounded by a no. of islands which are a great sight of attraction which is to be visited. Australia is filled with colors all over. Starting from the Great Barrier Reef to the bustling cities of Sydney and Melbourne. Check out many other colorful places such as these in other countries as well. These colors will be brighter than a rainbow.