Ah, Australia! Many fondly refer to Australia as the land of kangaroos and koala bears, but there is so much more to that. Australia is largely renowned for its Outback wildlife and pristine beach along the Gold Coast. Discover wetlands and wildlife of World Heritage parks and forests where you can witness surreal sights of pink mountains and clear blue seas. With open spaces that stretch on for more than a million hectares, you’re sure to find mind-blowing landscapes like rugged mountain terrains and captivating gorges.
Australia also identifies itself by its Aboriginal culture, passed on for at least 50,000 years. There’s no better way to delve into one of the oldest living cultures than having first-hand interactions with the Aboriginal Australians and visiting their sacred sites. Australia, equipped with eco-lodges, wilderness camps, hot showers and gourmet meals, is more than ready to receive trekkers and hikers eager to get up-close and personal with these natural wonders.
Things Not to Miss in Australia
Melbourne cafe hopping
The Kimberley (WA)
White water rafting at Franklin River
Day drive of The Great Ocean Road
South Australia wineries
Visit Blue Mountains
Gold Coast Surfer’s paradise
Best time to visit Australia
November and March-May (South)
April – September (Northern Territory, Queensland and part of Western Australia)