Just hearing the name Australia reminds us of the beauty of that country. Australia is truly a magical place, with its many flora and fauna, unique human-made creations, buildings and beautiful beaches. So today, we bring you some of the things that make your eyes mesmerize in this magical, beautiful country. If you ever visit this beautiful country, the list we provide today will be handy for you.
01.Sydney Opera House
The Sydney Opera House is one of the most OK milestones in modern architecture. The unique ‘shell’ here has become a symbol of the continent.
02.Sydney Harbor Bridge
It is the largest existing bridge in Sydney and one of the world’s largest steel arch bridges. One of the towers on the bridge has a pylon lookout, a museum and an observation deck. From the top of the building, visitors can enjoy beautiful views of Sydney Harbor and downtown.
03.The twelve angels
These massive slopes are located in Port Campbell National Park, close to the Great Ocean Road in Victoria.
04.Horizontal waterfall, a miracle unique to Australia
Australia is famous for its impressive waterfalls. Among them are the magnificent Russell Falls and the multi-layered Mitchell Falls. But not everyone knows about the unique phenomenon of horizontal waterfalls. They can be seen in Tolbert Bay and have two parallel ridges at approximately 984 feet (300 m) apart. Through them, vast waves of water are pushed in by tidal waves, creating temporary waterfalls.
05.Land of the Kangaroos
This is an excellent place for adults and children alike to enjoy the wonders of nature. You can see giant mountains, lizards, cola, platypus, and kangaroos in the green valleys, as well as dolphins and seals.
06.Nitmiluk National Park, Catherine George Vessel
Here you can see the beautiful scenery as well as the busy lives of the locals. The different postures of different animals near the tourist tents will fascinate you. Amazing adventures await you – try the Catherine George Yacht and the Butterfly Park.
It may be hard to believe at once, but scientists say Ulu is 680 million years old. The orange-brown slopes are located in central Australia. It is 2.2 miles (3.6 km) long, 2 miles (3.2 km) wide, and 1,142 feet (348 m) high. There are many caves here with ancient rock paintings, and it is open to locals as well as tourists.
08.Hillier and Mackenzie: The Magic Lakes
Lake Mackenzie is one of the clearest lakes in the world. Another famous lake is Lake Rose Hillier. At the beginning of the last century, this was used as a salt source for six years. During an extreme microbial project this year, scientists discovered that the reason for the pink shade in the lake was the microalga Dunaliella salina.
09.The beauty of South Australia
The largest city in the region is Adelaide. South Australia is famous for its magnificent vineyards and colourful scenery. Here you can relax on Glenelg’s sunny beach, try delicious seafood, and taste excellent wines like Chardonnay, Cabernet and Pinot Noir. And yet, you get the chance.
10.Meet the natives
Australian Aboriginal culture claims to be the world’s oldest surviving culture that has preserved its ethnicity. The country has over 250 language groups and over 700 dialects. It is about the ‘dream time’ reflected in the stories, handicrafts, dances, and ancient local folklore songs. The most famous and essential character in the legend is the rainbow serpent.
11.Sea Life Sydney Aquarium
It takes 3 or 4 hours to explore this vast aquarium. The Sydney Aquarium has divided into several themed zones: ‘Northern Rivers,’ ‘Southern Rivers,’ ‘Great Barrier Reef’ and ‘Southern Ocean.’ There are three giant floating ocean zones, 27 large show tanks and 23 aquariums. The range of exhibits is genuinely unique! If you like to see corals, saltwater crocodiles, sea turtles, and bright fish are floating among the seals.
12.Rainbow Beach Horseback Riding
Tourists can take a nice walk along the white sand beaches and taste the wine and delicacies.
13.Giant Valley, Walpole-Nornloop National Park
Situated at the height of 131 feet (40 m) above the ground, it offers a spectacular view of 400-year-old giant trees.
14.Golden Sands, Pinnacles Desert, Australia
Pinnacles Desert is a special place in the Nambun National Park. Thousands of large limestone pillars emerge from the yellow dunes. Scientists believe that rocks are formed by natural elements such as water, earth, fire and air. However, it blooms from August to October.
The mountain’s official name is derived from the blue colour of the sky above the eucalyptus trees. Canyons and Georges disperse the area at a depth of 2,490 feet (760 m). There is a giant mysterious staircase at the bottom of the forest that provides a spectacular entrance to the Jamison Valley.
16.Great Ocean Road
Perhaps you have dreamed of a beautiful ride on the shores of the Pacific Ocean. It is located in the state of Victoria and is 151 miles (243 km) long. The scenic highway runs mostly along the coast, but sometimes the road leads to the mainland, and you can enjoy the wonders of the vineyards and rainforests. The route covers a speed limit of 50 miles per hour (80 km / h).
The famous Taronga Zoo has more than 340 species of animals. You can get there from the ferry from the city center. Apart from this, there are many other zoos in Australia. Examples include the Perth Zoo in Victoria, Adelaide Zoo, Melbourne Zoo, and Hillsville Sanctuary (inhabited only by Australian animals).
18.Fancy Sydney Festival
The Sydney Festival is one of Sydney’s most iconic lighting festivals. Winter in Australia Begins in Australia in June. So at the same time, the lights and installations for this fabulous Sydney festival are starting to make a difference in Sydney. The program includes the Sydney Opera House, the Cathedral of the Blessed Virgin Mary, the University of Sydney and the Royal Botanic Gardens. The theme of this year’s exhibition was Australian Indigenous Culture.
19.Camels traveling along cable shores
Located close to the Indian Ocean, the city of Broom is truly amazing. Camel rides along the beautiful white sands, views of the Argyle Diamond Mine and a spectacular view of the George King Falls and the Michel Plateau from a helicopter.
20.The Great Barrier Reef
The Great Barrier Reef is a coral reef system consisting of more than 2,900 individual reefs and 900 islands. The Great Barrier Reef stretches for 1,553 miles (2,500 km) off the northeast coast of Australia. It is the most extensive natural feature of the world created by living things and can also be seen from space.
21.Wonderful inhabitants of the continent
The fauna of Australia is unique and incredibly diverse. There are over 200,000 animals! Most mammals on the continent are mashup animals, and mothers have a bag to carry their young. So it’s a bit difficult to name all these inhabitants, but keep in mind that even children, when talking about Australia, always remember to mention cute cola and funny kangaroos.