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3 Must-Do activities in Australia

Do you want to experience one of the seven wonders of the natural world? Do you also know that the only place one can view from space awaits you in Australia? So, just pack your bag, book your Australia tour package and get ready for some incredible Australian tourism.

Exploring Australia like Never Before

Australia tourism offers an array of experiences in the form of adventure sports, mesmerizing landscapes, awe-inspiring museums and art galleries, festivals and natural habitats. Apart from all this, there are 3 things that you must try while in the country.

1. Scale up the Sydney Harbour Bridge: 
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      Famously known as “The Coathanger,” because of its arch-shaped design, ask any Australian for “The Bridge” and they will guide you to the Sydney Harbor Bridge. The sight from atop the bridge is mesmerizing, with a panoramic view of the harbor, the Sydney Opera House and the breathtaking bridge itself. One of the famous attractions of the bridge is the south-east pylon. You can easily access it through a pedestrian walkway and then climb up 200 steps to reach this gripping spot. Here you can enjoy a Camera Obscura, refresh yourself at a café, check out the Aboriginal museum, and write a heartfelt message at “Mother Nook.” You must also check out the pashometer and the viewing platform, where a telescope is available for some really spectacular views. Your safety is taken care of by the management by providing you appropriate clothing, detailed instructions and safety guards. Since 2006, the bridge is also open for those who want to climb the upper arches and view the internal structure.
2.     Dive in to the Great Barrier Reef: 
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      Experience the enchantment of one of the seven wonders of the natural world. The Great Barrier Reef is the largest coral reef system in the world, with a whopping 2,900 individual reefs and 900 islands stretched over 2,300 kms. It is larger than the Great Wall of China and the only living thing on earth that can be seen from space. If you love water sports, like scuba diving, you will be enthralled by the six species of sea turtles that you come to breed here, the saltwater crocodiles living in the mangrove and salt marshes, and 215 species of birds that include 22 varieties of seabirds and 32 of shorebirds. This colourful coral stretches along the Queensland seaboard and will leave you spellbound with its innate charm.
3.     Witness the Blue Mountains:
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      Located in New South Wales, the Blue Mountains are a dissected plateau carved into the beautiful sandstone bed rock. Its beauty is enhanced by the series of ridge lines separated by gorges that are up to 2,490 feet deep. It is a paradise for adventure sports lovers, with an array of option like rock climbing, mountain biking, hiking, and cannoning. Popular destinations for such adventure sports include Centennial Glen Cliffs near Blackheath, Mount Boyce, Mount Victoria and Mount Piddington.

So, don’t wait, just book your Australia tour package and let Australia tourism take your breath away.

 

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