Nestled in Oceania, between the Indian Ocean and the South Pacific Ocean, Australia is the world’s smallest continent, but the most diverse continent in terms of its biogeographic realm on the globe. If facts were to do the talking, one would find about millions of them to prove to you that no other continent holds in itself a world that is so unique and gifted. Avail the options by exploring Musafir.com's Australia tour packages.
It’s a beautiful country, and it wraps many worlds within itself. Abundant beaches to vast deserts. With such vast diversity, all you can do is ask, and receive. Name the kind of traveller and Australia has the best to offer. If beach is your weakness, Australia has more than you can list down. If adventure is your calling, no turning back, for there is no experience Australia cannot offer. If wildlife interests you, Australia boasts of a rich biodiversity.
When one decides to list out the very many things you must do and must see, the list is going to be quite long. To begin with, Canberra, the capital city of Australia, has a list of must visit places before you think of moving further. The Australian Parliament House is one place you must definitely visit, and if you’re a science enthusiast then Questacon is the place for you: it’s the National Science and Technology Centre with more than 200 interactive exhibits relating to science and technology. If you appreciate art then the National gallery of Australia is a must visit for you: it’s the largest museum in the country and it holds about 166,000 works of art. Booroomba rock climbing will satiate your adventure pangs, it’s a granite climbing area in the Namadgi National Park.
Moving on to the other gems of Australia, The Sydney Opera House is definitely one of the things you cannot miss. Beholding the sunrise at Uluru, which is a massive sandstone rock formation in the northern territory, will be an experience like none other. How can one miss the Sydney harbor bridge? This magnificent structure is a must visit. Situated in the Coral sea, off the coast of Queensland, the Great Barrier Reef, world’s largest coral reef system, is a wonder of the nature. Don’t miss the opportunity to behold such a marvel. Outside of Adelaide, you can go wine tasting in the Barossa valley. When in Melbourne, just set out and explore the bylanes, and find yourself falling in love with the lives, stories, and the things put on display to be sold. If hiking interests you, spend a day hiking through the eucalyptus forests of the Blue mountains in New South Whales.
Explore the stunning caves of the Margaret River region, they are a beautiful sight. Have a journey of a different kind by boarding the Ghan, a passenger train, as it takes you into the heart of Australia: a three day journey from Darwin to Adelaide, take it for you’ll love it. Fraser island is place where you can tour the beaches, the forests and the swamps in a four wheeler vehicle. If you’re a party animal, visit the massive casino, Crown Perth and let entertainment be your host.
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Australia Travel Guide
Here’s a complete guide that covers food, shopping, adventure, wildlife, weather, and everything else you can think of. Knowing this beautiful country in and out will only do you good. Help yourself, and make the most of everything this country has to offer.
Photo Story Of Australia
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- Find out the best time to visit Australia
Shed all your misconceptions about Australia being a place that is hot all throughout the year. The country sees more than one season, and the complete year is thus a lot more than just hot, dry summer. The hottest months in Australia are December, January and February. While the coldest months are June, July, and August. The monsoons in the north go on from November to April, while in the south, it rains from June to August.
Best time to visit - The best time to visit Australia is when it is not too hot or cold, which is the Spring time, and Autumn time, September to November, and March to May respectively.