Australia is a vast and large country, equal in size to the United States. Many areas of Australia are deserving of a visit of 2 days or more
. If you are spending a few days in Sydney
, before flying to the northern parts of Australia
, spend time in the traditional Australian Outback. Such areas dot Australia, however the outback, in closest proximity to Sydney , is best known for peaceful farmland where sheep and cattle are raised.
The Blue Mountains
also provide a beautiful backdrop for such an experience. Most itineraries traveling outside of Sydney and Melbourne include Ayers Rock
. Walk around the World Heritage Area and the Mutitjulu Waterhole, the source of water for the Aborigini culture or simply notice the rocks colors changing throughout the day. Gain an even deeper appreciation for the native Aborigini indigenous culture through a visit the Cultural Center .
After wrapping up a few days at Ayers Rock, visit neighboring Alice Springs
with any number of sites like the Telegraph Station, Anzac Hill, or the Royal Flying Doctor Service Base and the School of the Air.
If you seek a few days adventure out of a desert atmosphere, look no further than the countries Whitsunday Islands and experience one of the Seven Wonders of the World, the Great Barrier Reef
This destination is obviously home to so many diversions that a few days are necessary to snorkel or scuba dive amongst reef fish and coral formations. Perth , on Australia 's western side offers some of the most untouched coastline in the world. White sand beaches meet the coral reef providing one of the most unique natural places in the world. Travel to Ningaloo Reef, the perfect example of such a paradise. Namburg National Park is a few hours outside of Perth and a beautiful area to look at the sands bizarre pillars in the desert. Diverse wildlife like gray kangaroo calls the area home.
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