Loving Australia is easy when you take a look at the vast amount of natural beauty and even the heritage that Australia now has. Take a look below at some of those attractions that will make you want to live in Australia.
Feast your eyes at the Art Gallery of NSW
Entry to Sydney’s premier art institution is free, with everything from Indigenous to Asian art on display. Wednesday nights are a bonus with free talks and films. See www.artgallery.nsw.gov.au for a schedule.
Discover Melbourne’s Lanes and Arcades
Melbourne has justifiably earned its cosmopolitan reputation, and the street art, shopping, and historic architecture is considered the best in Australia. Get intimately acquainted with the Melbourne street life on a Melbourne Lanes and Arcades Walking Tour, where you’ll have the chance to stroll around the city and peruse its famous walkways. The city is also a foodie paradise, and in addition to the samples of delectable cuisine you’ll experience on the tour, local guides can provide valuable insight as to where to eat about town.
Visit Kangaroo Island
Kanagaroo Island is a wildlife wonder, a true animal high and one of the few places in the world you can get up close and personal with a variety of Australia’s inhabitants. It is rather strangely, one of the few places most tourists will get see Kangaroos in the wild. And we have to mention Southern Ocean Lodge here. Not cheap but boy oh boy what a place to stay.
Kayak from the ocean to a mountain: Gold Coast
On the Gold Coast between Currumbin Village and Palm Beach, Currumbin Creek runs 24 kilometers inland to Mount Cougal.
Its waterscape changes from a soft surf break and shallow lagoons at its mouth to lush jungle surroundings in the interior.
Hire a kayak, paddleboard or small motorized flatbed boat; prices start at $10 an hour.
Aquamarine, serene, pristine. The best of words to illustrate the awesome group of 74 Whitsunday Islands off the coast of Queensland. Outdoor-loving Australians, water fun enthusiasts and mere holidaymakers find them irresistible, deservedly. The Whitsundays are there to sweep you off your feet