5 adventures you need to try out on a trip to Australia
Australia is a truly magical country. With exciting cities, miles of outback, scenic rainforests and almost every type of landscape you could ever picture, you’ll never be short of things to do.
If you’re planning on heading over there, it’s one of the best adventures that you’ll have in your lifetime.
Want to really make the most of your trip? Why not try out these five Australian adventures during your stay.
1. Diving and snorkelling in the Great Barrier Reef
Just off the coast of Queensland lies the Great Barrier Reef, the world’s largest coral reef system. With crystal-clear waters and stunning coral, it is the home of some of Australia’s best marine life. The best way to view it? Completely up close and personal with a diving or snorkelling trip.
You can make a day of the whole experience, with cruises and tours that take you to two separate locations.
What’s more, you can upgrade your tour with a helicopter experience to see the sights from above and below.
If you get a chance, The Secret Traveller blog tells us that in winter, the SS Yongala shipwreck in Queensland offers a once-in-a-lifetime diving experience to glimpse 50-ton humpback whales.
2. A day trip to the Blue Mountains
The Blue Mountains hold the gateway to many scenic walks, trails and of course, a chance to see the Three Sisters landmark from Echo Point Lookout.
While you’re there, you can also explore the world’s oldest caves or get a view you’ll never forget from a glassed-floored cable car.
3. See Sydney in style with a cruise
Want to see all the sights that Sydney has to offer? Explore the city in the best way possible with a relaxing and spectacular boat cruise.
4. Quad bike across the Worimi sand dunes
Australia is also home to the Worimi sand dunes, which stretch for miles near the east coast of Australia.
If you’re looking for an unforgettable experience, make sure to book yourself on a quad bike tour across the sand dunes. There are miles of fun to be had on the best bikes, all while having a guided tour that will teach you more about the history and culture of the land.
5. Visit the animals at Featherdale Wildlife Park
Australia is known for its wildlife, so if you’re itching to see all the creatures that the country has to offer, or just really want to cuddle a Koala, Featherdale wildlife park is where you need to go.
Ready for the adventure of a lifetime?
Before you pack your bags, it’s important to try and plan the key event of your trip before you travel to make the most of your time there.
We hope you have a safe and happy adventure!