3 Unmissable Sights In Australia
If you are planning a visit to Australia, you will want to make sure that you are going to make the most of it. Most people will not get to visit Australia many times in their life, if at all, so it is something that you will find you want to try and maximize the experience of as best as you can if you can help it. One great way to make sure of that is to ensure that you are seeing as any of the great sights as you can. There are of course many very famous sights in Australia, so the difficulty here is in knowing how to prioritize amongst them. In this post, we are going to try and do that by looking specifically at the top three sights which you might want to see. As long as you are making time for these, you should find that you can much more effectively and enjoyably make the most of your trip down under.
This is one of the most famous natural sights in the world, and by all accounts it is a true wonder. The Great Barrier Reef is the largest coral reef in the world, and although some of it has fallen away in recent years, it retains that title to this day still. It is a wonderfully colourful and beautiful sight, and the kind of thing that you are unlikely ever to forget as long as you live. If you are keen on being underwater, you can scuba dive down to it and get up close and personal with the rocks, in such a way that you might never want to come back up. What's more, you will find that there are many great places to stay in the local area, so you can make a whole trip of just this if you want to. Take a look at www.reeffree.com.au to see more information on the Reef and what you can expect when you visit.
Greater Barrier Reef
Uluru is otherwise known as Ayers Rock, and it is again one of the most well-known natural sights anywhere in the world. It is essentially just a huge slab of rock, but when we say huge we mean absolutely massive. It sits more or less slap bang in the centre of Australia’s continent, and it is said that from the top you can see some of the most wonderful views of anywhere in the world. You can indeed see those yourself, should you choose to take the trek up there - or if you are feeling a little less active, you can hire a helicopter and get up there the easy way instead. In either case, it’s an incredible experience you won’t want to miss out on.
If you find yourself in Southern Queensland, you absolutely have to go and visit Australia Zoo. It is the largest zoo in the world, and has a huge number of species from every continent on the planet residing there. What’s more, it is a conservation zoo, set up by the late Steve Irwin, so you won't’ have to feel guilty about going there as you might with some zoos. If you want to see some of the world’s most amazing creatures, this is the best place for it. See https://www.australiazoo.com.au/visit-us/ for more.