Australia Tour & Travel Guide - Places to See in Australia
Sydney Opera House
The iconic Australian structure was inspired by Mayan temples, and was conceptualized by Jorn Utzon in 1956. Six auditoriums with fantastic acoustics provide the stage for concerts, theatres and operas. Guided tours are conducted, covering the magnificent interiors, backstage and green rooms.
Sydney Harbour Bridge
Defining the Sydney skyline is the arched, steel bridge linking the Business District with the Northern Shore. Nicknamed the “Coat Hanger”, the 134m high structure is often visible from many parts of the city. Take a walk across the bridge for great views, have a picnic on the parks under the bridge, or take an organised climbing trip to the top of the arch.
The looming bush-lands in New South Wales, to the south of Sydney, make for an ideal day trip. Drive through quaint mountain villages and the Featherdale Wildlife Park on your way up. Enjoy the amazing landscapes dotted with waterfalls and interesting rock formations. Take a stroll through the rain-forest, visit the grand vistas of the Three Sisters at Katoomba, ride the scenic railway and visit the Grand Staircase.
Great Ocean Road
A coastal drive through Victoria will leave you breathless with a scenery like no other. The stretch between Anglesea and Apollo Bay reveals sandy white beaches on one side, while the Otway Ranges rise lush and green on the other. The magnificent limestone cliffs of Port Campbell tower high and the Shipwreck Coast will leave you exclaiming.
Uluru (Ayers Rock)
Located in the Northern Territory of Australia, in the Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, a massive sandstone rock rises 867m above sea level. At the base of the Ayers Rock, sacred sites of the aboriginal people lie in the sandy scrublands. The magnificent landscape is a sight worth beholding, changing colours according to the position of the sun. Ochre browns in the afternoons, terracotta orange as the sun sets, blood red by late evening and a shadowy black in the moonlight.
On the North Coast of Australia, along the Mena Creek, lies the magnificent Paronella Park. On its premises, amidst the myriad colours and the range of flora and fauna, rises a grand stone structure constructed in 1930s. Now a heritage structure, Jose Paronella toiled to build this Spanish castle surrounded by little waterfalls, creeks, beautiful gardens and pools.
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