Top 5 Places to Visit in Australia

Whitehaven Beach

With all the things to do and places worth visiting, Australia is the next thing on our bucket list.  A visit to the land down under offers a bit of a challenge to backpackers though, whereas a handful of free time can afford travellers with priceless sceneries and fresh air. There is adventure for the wanderer and solitude for the seeker from retreating in secluded beaches in Sydney to filling one’s appetite with divine sweets in Melbourne,  to falling in love with the impressive Australia’s wildlife.

So if you’re planning your next Queensland holidays,  consider these places, as we list down the quest for ultimate Australian getaway.

 

1. WhiteHaven Beach is an uninhabited 7 km stretch of of World’s top eco-friendly beach in 2010 along Whitsunday Island. Nestled in the heart of the Great Barrier Reef, it prides itself as Queenslands Most Beautiful Beach with its sparkling white silica sand.

Swim all you can – photo in flickr

 

2. Mitchell Falls showcases a dramatic 4 tiered waterfalls cascading against the deep red cliffs of the Kimberley region in Western Australia. The Mitchell Plateau is one of the least disturbed ecosystems left in the world. It’s the last refuge for many species that are either unique to the area or extinct elsewhere.

Wonder falls – photo in flickr

3. Bungle Bungle Range is a part of Purnululu National Park in Western Australia. It was declared as World Heritage Site in 2003. The famous sandstone domes with orange and grey streaks rises 300 meters out of the arid landscape.

Mind-boggling Nature’s wonder – photo in flickr

 4. Blue Mountains is nestled in the mountainous region in New South Wales, West of Sydney.  A large part of it is incorporated into the  Greater Blue Mountains Area World Heritage site, which consist the seven national park areas and a conservation reserve. The name is derived from it’s bluish color from afar. From the town of Katoomba, enjoy the view of the massive rock formation known as The Three Sisters and the panoramic Scenic World.

Breathtaking View even from afar – photo in flickr

 

5. Yarra Valley is tucked away in Victoria’s oldest wine district. It is a host to a thriving wine growing industry. Being recognized as Australia’s foremost cool climate region, it is suited for production of high-quality fine Chardonnay, complex Pinot Noir,  sparkling wine and world-class Cabernet Sauvignon.

Romantic Getaway in the Vineyard  – photo in flickr


After exhausting  most of Asian Cities, you’d probably want to see some real kangaroos hopping in the wild or experience the luxury of wine tasting in Australia’s vineyards. There are hundreds more places waiting to be discovered yet it never seems to disappoint any extraordinary getaway.

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8 Comments

  • Reply melvin February 26, 2012 at 3:35 am

    nice! are you visiting australia soon?

    • havenhunter
      Reply havenhunter March 2, 2012 at 9:49 pm

      Hi Melvin, I would love to. We’re saving for it! *crossing fingers* :)

  • Reply man from the philippines February 28, 2012 at 12:21 pm

    How I wish I had enough money to visit that wonderfully beautiful place in Australia.

    • havenhunter
      Reply havenhunter March 2, 2012 at 9:50 pm

      save enough for future travel. With a lot of budget airlines mushrooming around, Australia would be a budget travel destination soon :)

  • Reply lakwatchera March 23, 2012 at 7:28 pm

    melbourne is a great city! you will love it! :)

  • Reply gap year May 18, 2012 at 11:25 pm

    you will love Australia! we have some amazing placements over there :)

  • Reply RickyJoGuru February 18, 2013 at 2:19 pm

    I love your entire posts and pics are so cool. I would love to visit this places. .

  • Reply Things to do in Western Australia February 19, 2013 at 11:21 am

    Bungle Bungle Range could possibly be one of my favorite places I’ve ever visited. Australia is a great destination and I can highly recommend it to all women who would love to travel alone.

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