Australia in the Summer

Australia is great for tourists and visitors who want to get a bit more from their holiday. With so much to see and do it is perfect for any kind of trip from family vacations to romantic getaways.

With Australia being such a vast country, it is important to know where you want to go before you set out because you could up thousands of miles away from where you want to end up.

Prices for trips to Australia are becoming more and more reasonable and you can even find that will help reduce your flight costs. There are other ways to reduce the costs of a trip to Australia if you take the time to look about for deals and offers.

Here are some of our favourite attractions when visiting Australia that you might want to take into consideration when planning your visit.

Sydney Opera House

The architect, Jorn Utzon was inspired by sailing ships when creating the Sydney Opera House. It is highly regarded and a must for tourists who can take a photo opportunity outside or enjoy the restaurants or even a tour of the beautiful building.

The Great Barrier Reef

With almost 3000 coral reefs, islands and an incredible diversity of sea life, the Great Barrier Reef is a stunning natural wonder.

You can get cruises and tour boats or enjoy a spot of snorkelling to enjoy one of the best natural spectacles in the world.

Uluru or Ayers Rock

More commonly known as Ayers rock but known to the local aboriginal tribe Anangu as Uluru, it is one of Australia’s most instantly recognisable attractions.

Found in the Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park the sandstone rock is over 1000 feet high and is known for its beautiful colour changes during sunset.

Bondi Beach

Bondi Beach is one of the most famous beaches in the world, so you might want to take a day out to enjoy the sun, sea and sand here.

The beach is perfect for people that like a bit of hustle and bustle as it is always busy but if you want something a little more secluded you won’t struggle to find one in Australia.

Luna Park

Luna Park in Sydney is great for the thrill seekers with rollercoasters and rides to please even the most hardened amusement park goers.

There are so many other great things to see and do in Australia that you might think you won’t fit it all in. Therefore, taking the time to plan out your trip will help you see what you want to.

There are some great online resources that can help you discover more about Australia before you visit. City breaks, adventure holidays, trips exploring the vast wilderness of the outback and more are all possibilities when you travel to Australia.

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