Very Interesting Places You Need To Visit While In Australia

Australia is a very beautiful country filled with nice and interesting places one can visit for tours, to catch fun and have good times. We’ve listed some of the interesting places you certainly need to visit while in Australia.


1. Ayers Rock (Uluru)
If you are looking for the most emblematic place to visit in Australia, that is undoubtedly the great Ayers Rock (known as Uluru in aboriginal language).

Uluru stands, like a gigantic reddish monolith, almost in the center of the country. The limestone rock formation rises about 350 meters above the ground and its contour measures about 9.4 kilometers. To visit this aboriginal icon – main jewel of the Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park – you have to travel 450 km of road from the nearest city, Alice Springs.


Around Uluru, you can find a large number of streams, caves and ancient paintings with sacred meanings. However, only an aerial view will help you understand the full magnitude of the rock. Try to reach the sunset, when the sun makes Uluru burn in flames.

2. The Twelve Apostles (Twelve Apostles), Port Campbell National Park
One of the most beautiful natural landscapes to see in Australia shows that sometimes there is no better sculptor than Mother Nature. There are barely ten of the so-called Twelve Apostles. These limestone giants seem, however, lonely and fragile while enduring, on the front lines, the onslaught of the furious waters of the ocean.

That water was eroding the rock that linked them to the cliffs, creating one of the most sought after landscapes by those who decide to visit Australia. They are located in the Port Campbell National Park, in the state of Victoria. Try to reach the viewpoint of the catwalks at sunset or sunrise, to admire the best shades of the Apostles.


3. Sydney
Although many believe so, Sydney is not the capital of Australia, but only that of the state of New South Wales. The confusion is due to the fact that it is the Australian city with the highest number of inhabitants, being also the first British colony that was established in the country.

Today’s Sydney is a modern and open city, where people not only work but also have fun. He lives facing the sea, with beaches like the well-known Bondi Beach and welcomes people from a large number of nationalities, both travelers and second and third generations or expatriates who have arrived in Australia in search of new opportunities.

Among its most famous places are the Opera House, the bridge over Sydney Bay, the Chinatown or the Botanical Garden. Walkthrough Sydney and inhale an air that will revitalize your body and mind.

If you can choose the time of your trip, witness the magnificent fireworks that take place in the bay on New Year’s Eve.

4. The Pinnacles, Nambung National Park
Most of the travelers who decide to travel the thousands of kilometers of the western road that cuts the southern red sand, begin their journey in the city of Perth and head north. After traveling just about 200 km, you will find some curious limestone forms that rise as beings of ocher and reddish skin in Nambung National Park.

The limestone matter of which the Pinnacles are composed (Pinnacles) comes from the shells that populated the area in other ages. Without a doubt, it is one of the most curious landscapes to see in Australia.

5. The Great Barrier Reef
All divers in the world place the Great Barrier Reef at the top of the list of places to visit in Australia. The largest coral reef on our planet is located off the coast of Queensland, northeast of the country. There are boats that depart daily, loaded with lovers of the deep sea, from cities like Cairns and Townsville.

More than 100 different species of sharks, manta rays, turtles, about 1,800 different fish and 400 coral, make up the most spectacular seabed on the planet. If you only dive with a tube, do not worry because you can also enjoy it to the fullest, finding a large number of species at a very shallow depth.