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Travel Guide: Things You Must Do in Australia

10.30.19

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If you’re heading to Australia for a vacation or gap year, you’re going to spoilt for choice when it comes to things to do. With breath-taking natural beauty, world-class restaurants, bars and nightlife, exciting adventures and mesmerizing sights, there is plenty to explore in the land of Oz. 

When you’re planning your trip down under, be sure to include these must-do attractions and experiences…

1. The Blue Mountains

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Situated in New South Wales, close to the metropolitan Sydney area, the Blue Mountains are a stunning reminder of nature at its best. Vast landscapes combined with rural towns and villages means you can spend your entire trip here and still not have seen everything. 

With a multitude of high-octane sports on offer, you can opt for the ultimate adrenaline rush in the Blue Mountains too. Go hiking, horseback riding, canyoning, cycling, abseiling and take a scenic ride in a cable car to see the Mountains in style. 

2. Go Off-Road

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A truck or campervan gives you the freedom to plot your own route and see Australia on your own terms. When you’re travelling across varied terrain or making the way through the bush, you’ll need a vehicle you can rely on. Well-known firms, such as Austrack Campers, offer a wide range of vehicles, so you can choose the right model for your needs. Whether you’re heading off alone, travelling with friends or exploring Australia as a family, there are campers to suit your needs.

With rooftop tents, you can spend the night in the great outdoors, with just enough to protect you from the elements. The right camper or hybrid will enable you to climb mountains, make waves on the beach or scour the outback, so be sure to explore on four wheels.

3. The Great Barrier Reef

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No visit to Australia is complete without a trip to the Great Barrier Reef. Comprised of dozens of stunning tropical islands and varied marine life, the largest reef in the world is a sight to behold. Relax on white, sandy beaches before going snorkelling in the crystal-clear waters that surround you.

Alternatively, you can see everything the reef has to offer without getting your feet wet if you take a trip on a glass-bottomed boat or book a place on a helicopter ride. However you choose to see this spectacular scene, just make sure you experience it!

4. Sunshine Coast

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Located on the east coast of Australia, the Sunshine Coast is the epitome of sun, sea and surf. Picturesque views across the ocean, combined with balmy sunshine and impressive waves means you can spend all day on the beach and never tire of it. 

If you can tear yourself away from the shore, Great Sandy Mountain Park is situated to the north of the Sunshine Coast and is well worth a visit. Enjoy wetlands, forests, sand dunes, rainforests and hidden coves as you make your way to the majestic sights of the Park. 

With so much to see, do and experience, Australia is the perfect destination for a vacation. Whether you’re a nature lover, an explorer or you just want to relax on the beach as the waves meet the shoreline, Australia offers everything you could dream of – and more. 

Author: kamal

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