Australia is one of the ultimate tourist’s gateway destinations in the world without doubt. Renowned for its incredible wildlife diversity, awe-inspiring landscapes, including many national games reserves and parks and world heritage sites, Australia guarantees you a lifetime experience. From the vast extending savannas to tropical beaches, equatorial forests to mountainous regions, Australia is a world on itself. Here are some of the iconic incredible diversity of attractions any visitor won’t want to miss:
Ningaloo Reef & Shark Bay, Western Australia
Listed as a World heritage site, Ningaloo Reef is considered the largest fringing reef in the universe. Furthermore, it’s not only the reef that thrills revelers, but also the view and swim with world’s largest fish, the whale shark.
Sharks bay crystal clear and pacific waters are the habitant to whales, dolphins, and turtles. The bay also has some of earth’s earliest relative life forms at the Hamelin pool and one of the world’s few beaches made exclusively of tiny stunning shells.
Kakadu National Park, Northern Territory
Another world the heritage site, the Kakadu National Park is Australia’s largest park. The national park is so vast that’s been divided to seven distinct areas, and has more than four seasons. The Autochthonous history of the region (Kakadu) spans more than 5000 years ago. Craggy soaring escarpments ultimately gave way to the now marvelous savannah grasslands, forest woodlands and the swanky wetlands. With sun basking crocodiles in the river banks, the park offers an ideal site for photo shooting within close proximity to world most voracious beasts. And for the lovers of art, the park also offers wondrous galleries of enigmatic rock art sites.
And yet another world heritage site, the Tasmanian wilderness seclusion from the mainland has ensued the survival of wildlife which is almost impossible to find anywhere in Australia. Conserving its uniqueness for more than 60 million years without any human interference, this park is home to some of the world’s most animal, birds and plants and is among the last true wilderness region in the universe. Stretching at an extraordinary land mass of close to 1.5million hectares , the Tasmanian wilderness offers some of the best hiking and trekking spots in the world.
A visit to Brazil isn’t complete without a visit to the remarkable Uluru. Nothing in Australia is readily identifiable as Uluru (Ayers Rock). No matter how much you have seen it in discovery world or even post cards, nothing can be compared to visiting the solitary and remarkable site. The Uluru rock is 3.6km and towers at 350m from the adjacent scrubland. As if that not enough, the Ayers Rock offers a thrilling site as it changes colors depending on the time of the day. During the afternoon, the Uluru appears brown pitted by dark shadows. As sunset, the rock illuminates with burnish orange then a sequence of deeper red before fading into charcoal. A similar cycle reverses during sun dawn.
Blue Mountains, New south wales
Finally, experience the blue-hazed magnificence, golden sandstone escarpment of the Blue Mountains, a scenery you’ll never find anywhere in the world. The mountain has some of the scarcest trees and s unique Australian animals like the spotted-tail quoll and long nosed potoroo to mention a few.one of the best way to conquer the Blue Mountains is to take a 1200 km touring journey that links you with 18 different exploration trials’ each of them unique.
Well, this is a just a sleek preview of the wilderness experience in Australia. Ensure you apply for your Australian visa to experience some of the hilarious and exhilarating places in the world, a memory that will last in your life time.