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12 places to visit in Aussie land!

12 places to visit in Aussie land!

Something on everyone’s bucket list- AUSTRALIA! 
Been to Aussieland already? If yes, have you basked in the beauty of these places?
When you visit Australia, make sure you visit these places! 
12 places to visit in Aussie land!
Helicopter Ride/Drive Over Great Ocean Road
For an unforgettable perspective on iconic landmarks like the magnificent Twelve Apostles, historic Glenample Homestead, ill-fated Loch Ard Gorge and breathtaking 70m high Gibson Steps, visit the Great Ocean Road.
Climb the steps, ladders, and catwalks of Sydney Harbor Bridge
Safely tethered to the bridge at all times, climbers get a spectacular view of Sydney Harbour, the Opera House, and the city in all its beauty, a view most Aussies have never seen.
Be one with the incredible sea life along the Great Barrier Reef off the coast of Queensland
One of the best aquatic experiences known to man!
Sip on some fine wine!
Are you a romantic by heart? Go wine tasting at the Barossa Valley outside of Adelaide.
 Australia has a lot to offer for shopaholics!
Get lost looking at art, shopping, and snacking in the Laneways of Melbourne.
 Swim with Dolphins at Monkey Mia
Don’t be fooled by the name… There are no monkeys at Monkey Mia but you’ll be delighted to swim and frolic with wild, bottle-nosed dolphins when you visit the town’s tranquil shallow beach.
For all you adventure junkies
Trek and Tour the Kimberley for an amazing wilderness experience. Visitors can take tours around the Bungle Bungles, Geike Gorge, Fitzroy Crossing, Mitchell Falls and many more places of interest.
      Hike through the eucalyptus forests of the Blue Mountains in New South Wales
Love nature? This will be the perfect place for you to visit!
Explore the stunning caves of the Margaret River region.
The Margaret River region offers visitors some of the most unique and stunning cave experiences in Australia. Tours of the caves are led by passionate guides who have a wealth of experience and knowledge.
 Kakadu National Park
Kakadu National Park is a timeless place. It is recognised as a global treasure, World Heritage listed for both its environment and living Aboriginal culture. Kakadu is home to an astonishing array of animals, some which are found nowhere else in the world. So, this place is a must if you wanna hang with some of the oldest creatures of the world!
Of course, the Sydney Opera House is a must-see if you step into the Australian soil!
Though its name suggests a single venue, the project comprises multiple performance venues which together are among the busiest performing arts centres in the world. And the place is always bustling with activity.
Witness a sunrise at Uluru, a massive sandstone rock formation in the Northern Territory.
Be mesmerised by the changing colours of Uluru at first light and experience the wonder of the Australian outback as the dawn emerges.
Photo Courtesy: Tourism Australia
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