Eastern Australia and Its Famous Tourist Destinations
Australia should be next in line on your upcoming holidays. Australia is a great place where you can find wilderness places as well as modern cities. Tourists go to Australia to have a taste of Australian adventure. It is one big country with tropical weather, and surrounded by two large oceans.
Australia has everything a holiday could be. In Australia, you will find great cities, beautiful beaches, and mountains to hike. If you want to avoid the tourist rush then you should go any time from June to August when the weather is mild and the skies are sunny, and if you want a hotter weather, then you can visit during the months of December to February where you can have lots of outdoor adventures.
You can visit the Gold Coast which is one of Queensland’s largest cities. During the mid 90s, the Gold Coast became known for its beautiful beaches which surfers had enjoyed immensely. This place is also called Australia’s Hollywood and is famous for its nightlife. An elite holiday home rental is the best way to spend your time and relax in the Gold Coast.
If you are going to Sydney, the capital of new South Wales, you can visit their Opera house and pass through their famous Harbor bridge. The Bondi beach is another attraction in Sydney which surfers love, including those who are into surfing for the first time. You can also find great restaurants service Asian cuisine in Sydney, where you can also find a lot of free outdoor markets.
The Blue Mountains lie west of Sydney, and this is a rugged terrain of rainforests and tall mountain peaks. Here there are many species of plant and animal life and has been chosen as a World Heritage Region. The Blue Mountains is ideal for hikers, mountain climbers, and mountain bikers. Up the mountains you can experience breathtaking scenery. If you want to see the steepest funicular railway in the world, you should visit the Katoomba Scenic Railway.
In Australia’s eastern coast you can find Whitsunday Islands which consist of seventy four mostly inhabited islands. There are many rainforests and white sand beaches in these islands. A few meters away from the Great Barrier Reef, these islands is a place of great landscapes and beautiful sunsets. This is famous for its Clipper Race Carnival which is yacht-watching events, and have a great seafood experience.
Another Unesco World Heritage site on the north east coast of Queensland is the DAintree Rainforest. This is the largest continuous tropical rainforest in Australia. In this site lives the Kuku Yalanhi people. You can stroll along the aerial walkway in the Daintree Discover Center. If you want some quiet time along the beautiful coast, visit the Mysall Beach.