Australia is a fascinating country. It’s a home to many amazing wildlife and views, with famous buildings and landmarks. Australia is an Island country, and it’s a large island at that. You will see more Kangaroos than humans in Australia. Australia is full of beaches. Koala Bears are popular in Australia, although there are 10 times as many camels than Koalas. There are so many different types of species in Australia only 25% of them have been discovered and are known to humans.
This leaves 75% which are totally undiscovered as of yet. There are around 200 different types of races and cultures within Australia, making it one of the most multi-cultural nations in the world. There are several large cities in Australia, including Sydney and Melbourne. Canberra was chosen to be the capital city as a result of an ongoing debate between Melbourne and Sydney over which would be the capital.
PLACES TO VISIT IN AUSTRALIA
1: GREAT OCEAN ROAD
It is located in Victoria, The Great Ocean Road is considered to be one of the most scenic and best driven roads in the world. You witnessed the spectacular formations of limestone stacks beside the stunning turquoise ocean. In this road you’ll see the port Campbell National Park, picturesque rain forest etc.
2: HARBOR BRIDGE, SYDNEY
The Sydney Harbor Bridge is a must visit. Rising 134 m above the harbor the bridge is affectionately called “The Coat Hanges”. It is the largest steel arch bridge in the world. You can enjoy the scintillating cityscape from the bridge, climb the bridge under expert supervision.
3: OPERA HOUSE, SYDNEY
The Sydney Opera House is one of the most popular Australian Tourist Attraction. It is considered as an architectural masterpiece of the century this feat by mankind, hosts multiple venues designed to reflect the image of a huge sailing ship and resembles billowing sails or shells.
4: THE ROYAL BOTANICAL GARDEN, SYDNEY
If you want to relaxed your mind and want some peace in this full of hustle and bustle in your daily life. So this place is for you. It is located at the Farm Cove, it lies just a short distance away from the popular Sydney Opera House.
The gardens were full of palm groves, orchids, farms, towering trees and are visited by flocks of fruit bars. The ferenery here holds some amazing begonias, orchids and other tropical foliage. You can enjoy a picnic in the hills as you take in some scenic views.