If you are planning a trip or want to change your place of living or maybe want to study overseas, Australia could be a perfect choice for you.
Maybe at first sight it sounds too far, but here are a few reasons that will make you consider booking a flight to this beautiful land.
Australia is home to so many natural attractions and fascinating wonders. With its beautiful scenery, Australia attracts tourists from all over the world that come to admire and enjoy its landscapes. The beautiful Twelve Apostles, the breathtaking Great Barrier Reef, the Great Ocean Road, the wonderful Shark Bay, the magnificent Yarra Valley, the astonishing Mackenzie Falls are just some of the most famous Australian landmarks and must-see destinations.
If you come to Australia, you will have an opportunity to see some of the rarest animals that live only here. Some of the best-known animal species from Australia are the kangaroo, koala, echidna, platypus, wombat. Not only you can see koalas and kangaroos in zoo and wild parks, but also when taking specific tours and excursions.
Australian Aboriginal culture is one of the oldest living cultures in the world. While traveling with an Aboriginal guide and experiencing rich Aboriginal tradition and history, you will adopt a new perspective of Australia. Aboriginal music has a number of instruments that you may see and hear while taking a leisure stroll along Sydney’s harbor. Its unique instruments are also favorite souvenirs to buy.
World famous cities
Sydney, Melbourne, Perth, Brisbane, Canberra, Gold Coast, Hobart are the most popular urban areas in Australia. While world-famous cities Sydney and Melbourne are visited the most, there are also less famous cities that are worth seeing and discovering. You will enjoy the beautiful beaches, cultural differences and natural sights of Australian cities.
World famous events
Australia is host to numerous events. Each year on the first Tuesday in November, the entire city of Melbourne and also the entire state celebrate Australia’s most famous horse race Melbourne Cup Carnival that is locally known as “the race that stops a nation”. It is a unique experience where you can see Australian people all dressed up and with a glass of champagne watching the race. Australian Open in tennis is the first Grand Slam tournament of the year where you can see the best tennis players.
Did you know that 8 out of 100 top universities in the world are Australian? Australia is the 3rd most popular international student destination with its 1,100 institutions offering around 22,000 courses. So if you want to study, it’s likely that you will find a university in Australia that offers a program you are interested in.
With 24-million population, Australia is one of the most ethnically diverse societies in the world. The number of people who migrated to Australia from different parts of the world is getting higher every day. If you consider the fact that one out of four Australian residents were born outside Australia and that there are people with such different backgrounds, Australia is a multicultural society of a unique spirit.
Australia has more than 2400 wineries in 65 wine regions around the country. If you like wine, you will have opportunity to explore a wide range of wineries and taste the award-winning wines while seeing the most beautiful vineyards. Some of the most famous wine regions are Yarra Valley, Hunter Valley, Margaret River, Barossa Valley, Mornington Peninsula and many others.
As a continent surrounded by two oceans, Australia has plenty of beautiful beaches. The major cities such as Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Perth are all coastal, so beaches are very popular places among tourists and locals. If you want to swim, surf, chill out, or relax in some beachfront resort, you will find a perfect beach for you. Remember the names of the most famous beaches such as Bondi Beach, Cooge Beach, Cronulla Beach, Manly Beach, Hyams Beach, Whiteheaven Beach, Holloways Beach and Gold Coast and prepare your swimsuit!
Sydney Opera House
The Sydney Opera House is not only the symbol of Sydney, but of entire Australia, being one of the most world-famous buildings. It is not only the art centre, but it is the landmark of the city and UNESCO world heritage site. Its unique structure and white shells shaped roof makes it one of the most-photographed buildings in the world.
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