Australia is a haven for many travellers. In a recent TripBarometer study of TripAdvisor, it found out that US travellers would choose to visit Australia over almost any other countries in the entire world. That’s a statement! And I couldn’t agree more. In fact, if you haven’t been to Australia, this post is perfect for you! We’ve listed just a few reasons why visiting the land down under should be high on your bucket list.
The epic beaches
If you’re a beach person then you should definitely include Australia to the places you should visit. The Twelve Apostles in Victoria, Australia is one of the most amazing stretches of coastline anywhere in the world.
And the best part is you can experience it by slipping off your shoes/flip flops and explore there yourself. It’s also located on one of the top road-trip routes, the Great Ocean Drive. Now, that’s really incredible!
It is indeed one of Australia’s charms. It is one of the most surreal and one-of-a kind places that you can find on Earth. Imagine a land of bright red earth littered with white sand dunes and canyons full of breathtaking waterfalls and aboriginal cave drawings – a life-changing desert road-trip you could ever have in your life!
Another charm that you wouldn’t be able to resist about the land down under is the beautiful tropical forests. The coast of Queensland is home to ancient forests, green islands and beautiful parks including Daintree National Park, which is a vast stretch of jungles, with steamy hot springs and tropical waterfalls. Picturesque is an understatement!
Surfers Paradise is definitely a haven for surfers out there. The massive waves of the coast of New South Wales will satisfy the cravings of adventurous surfers out there. In addition, there’s also the Lucky Bay in South Australia where you will see crystal-clear water along with the waves. It is a paradise in every sense of the word.
Witnessing the sunset in Sydney Harbour will make you appreciate Australia and life and being alive in general. It is stunning beyond words! The view of the Sydney Harbour Bridge at the Opera House will be a perfect photo to go with the hashtag “no filter” because you don’t need one since it is already so gorgeous. Take a city bike tour with other tourists and explore the beauty of Sydney.
Pilgrimage at Uluru
Aboriginal people consider Uluru or also known as Ayers Rock sacred. The massive sandstone monolith shifts colour throughout the day turning bright red to soft pink, which is just incredible and breathtaking. Visiting Uluru deserves to be on your bucket list.
Australia is a country full of charms especially with its rich flora, fauna and entire attractions that will be more than enough to answer the question why you should visit it. Now, do you believe that visiting the land down under is worthy to be on your bucket list?