Best Things to See in Australia

Famous as the land of the kangaroo, and giving you iconic landmarks such as the Sydney Opera House and Ayres Rock this Continent has so much to offer the eco tourist it’s hard to know where to start. Here is a list of some of the best places to explore

Great Barrier Reef 

The Great Barrier Reef is the world’s largest living structure, which is probably why it made it into the list of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World. With more than 1,500 species of fish there is so much to see and do in this underwater wonderland. There are even glass bottom boats available for those who do not have a natural affinity for water.


Daintree Rainforest

As the oldest rainforest on Earth, Daintree offers you something quite special. With unspoilt rainforest and pristine beaches there is something here for every type of nature lover. So take your time trekking through the dense jungle along the well-trodden hiking trails or simply dive into the crystal clear turquoise waters.


Great Ocean Road 

The great ocean road is just that. Follow 273km of Australian highway, which follows the Australian coastline. You’ll get the chance to see some of the best surf points in Australia as well as some truly stunning natural scenery. So pick up a board, hop into the water and find out why Australians love the deep blue sea.


This is one of the most iconic natural geological formations in Australia. The area is also a great place to learn about aboriginal culture and history. The Aborigine’s who live n the area are known as the Anangu people. Even before tourists came here in there hundreds of thousands they recognised that Uluru was a special place.

The Blue Mountains 

This highland area offers a wonderful mixture of cultural attractions and beautiful scenery. Take your time to explore the art galleries and antique markets, swim in the natural pools or simply take a walk through the outback. This region really does have a bit of everything to offer tourists, so make the most of it.