Places not to miss in Australia

Australia is one of the most beautiful countries in the world that is waiting for you to explore it. There are so many exciting destinations to visit, whether you are looking for one of the many relaxing Australia tours on offer or and adventure, there is something for everyone.You need to do your research and find the destination that suits you and your travel partners. You need to decide the length you want your trip to be, the spots you would like to visit and how you will get there. If you’re looking for a holiday full of fun, fantastic sights and pictures to make your friends jealous, then you should consider the Eastern coast of Australia. Here are 5 great reasons to visit.


1. Amazing waves

If you choose to travel along the east coast of Australia then you definitely won’t struggle to find some of the most perfect surf-swept beaches in the world. Bondi beach is probably the most famous beach in Australia, it is situated in Sydney and is on most peoples to do list. If you want to try surfing or body boarding then this is the place to come, make sure you get a friend to capture you riding the famous waves.

2. Idyllic night time views

A lot of the cities you will visit will look great during the daytime, but at night with the moon shining on them they become even more breath taking and offer the ideal night time photo opportunity. Brisbane is probably one of the most spectacular cities that you are likely to find at night.

3.The beauty at Hell’s Gate

Even though the east coast is full of trendy cosmopolitan cities, it is better know for it’s natural rugged beauty. If you would like to see this fantastic natural beauty then it is best if you head to one of the national parks, there you will get the best idea, knowledge and appreciation of Australia’s varied nature. Be sure to bring your camera because you will not want to miss out on all of the photos you can take. Hell’s gate is one of the most fascinating places to visit, it is located in the Noosa National Park.

4.The other ‘Big Rock’

Ayers Rock, or Uluru to the locals, is the most famous rock in Australia. But, if you’re looking for something a little different and less busy, then look no further ‘The Nut’ in Tasmania. If you are taking a North to South tour then this will finish off your tour nicely. No masses of tourists here, so you will have a relaxing visit, make sure you don’t miss out.

5. Getting in the sea

If you think that you’ve seen all you can on dry land then it’s time to get into the ocean. You can either go snorkelling or diving. If you can see below the water then you find some truly spectacular scenery.