Australia is one of the, if not exactly the most, dreamt of place for vacation or tourist destination.
And the reason is just too obvious. Australia boasts of a lot of places of attractions to offer.
It prides itself with nature’s beauty at its finest.
The country is simply blessed by nature, from rocks to rainforests, from gorges to rivers, from beaches to distinctive land formations, up to wildlife and Aboriginal life.
The places of attractions that lure tourists to Australia, to name a few, include the Katherine Gorge, Arnhem Land and Kakadu
somewhere within the Northern Territory;
the Gold Coast, Fraser Island, Noosa, Darling Downs and the Great Barrier Reef in Queensland; the Rocks, the Blue Mountains, the South Coast,
and the white sand beaches and limestone
caves in Sydney; the Barossa Valley, Fleurieu
Peninsula, the Adelaide Hills, the Kangaroo Island and the
Coober Pedy in South Australia; the enchanting Phillip
Island and its parade of fairy penguins at dusk after a day
of cavorting in the sea and the gigantic rock stacks of the
Twelve Apostles along the Great Ocean Road in Melbourne;
close dolphin encounters at Monkey Mia, an exciting swim with sharks at Ningaloo Ree,
a sweet eye candy view of the Bungle Bungles rock towers, the beautiful places of Rottnest Island, Fremantle and Perth, all in Western Australia; and let’s not forget the equally charming places of Lake St Clair, Cradle Mountain, and Freycinet in Tasmania.
The Australia attractions mentioned above are but a few of the natural tourist attractions that you can enjoy in the place. There are others still that you would find even in the simplest and most ordinary park in Australia that you could consider part of its attractions because as ordinary as it may be to local residents, they are a wonder that can make you fall in love with the place.
So it wouldn’t be a surprise if your jaws drop when
you visit some of Australia’s beautiful national
parks, which are too many for your feet to cover
just in weeks.
In Adelaide alone, there are around sixty-six national parks that will surely pleasure your senses. To name a few, there’s the Adelaide Botanic Garden, Adelaide Parklands, Adelaide Sightseeing Tours, Adelaide Zoological Gardens, Aldinga Beach and Aldinga Scrub Conservation Park.
In Brisbane there are seventeen national parks; fifteen in Canberra; twenty-five in Hobart; six in Melbourne; thirty-two in Perth; and eight in Sydney.
The country also prides itself with man-made but really impressive places of attraction such as fun and exciting amusement parks. Amusement parks, which can be found all over the place, are part of Australia’s beauty and seduction.
There’s The Bush and Steam Railway along Arthur Highway in Hobart, the Cockington Green along Gold Creek Road in Canberra, the Cohunu Koala Park at Gosnells in Perth, the Dreamworld in Brisbane, and of course let us not forget the enchanting Magic Mountain in Adelaide.