Loch ard Gorge, Port Campbell National Park, Australia

Australia is a treasure trove of some of the world’s most spectacular destinations. From red-earthed deserts, widespread national parks, vast stretches of beaches to fascinating modern landmarks, the list of Australia’s attractions is seemingly endless! If this isn’t alluring enough, wait till you dive from the plane, swim with the sharks, taste the varied cuisine or simply revel in the raw natural beauty of the place. Australia is also one of the most popular destinations for backpacking, while cleanliness, safety and ease of travel are all guaranteed.

Set out on an exciting journey to Australia to take in views of the kaleidoscopic reefs and outback sands that blend beautifully with the sophisticated city atmosphere.

The Great Barrier Reef – This marvelous marine formation in the Coral Sea is made up of more than 2,900 reefs and is the largest coral reef system in the world. Spread across 344,400 square kilometers, it is visible even from the outer space. It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, which is safeguarded by the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park. Simply witness the grandeur of this marine masterpiece or enjoy snorkeling, diving and sailing in its crystal-clear waters.

UluruUluru, in Tjuta National Park is one of the best-kept secrets of Australia. Previously known as Ayers Rock, this gigantic red sandstone monolith stands at an elevation of 863 meters and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Surrounding this beautiful formation are rock caves, springs, Kata Tjuta (dome-shaped red rocks), water holes and ancient paintings. It creates a splendid sight when the setting sun plays hide and seek with the rocks and transforms the entire place into a magical painting.

Great Ocean Road – The Great Ocean Road is a real treat to the eyes, from being the largest war memorial in the world to one of the most scenic driving routes in the country. Stretching from Torquay to Allansford, Victoria, a drive along this road offers views of Port Campbell National Park, London Bridge, Loch Ard Gorge and the Twelve Apostles.

Kangaroo Island – South Australia is home to the enchanting Kangaroo Island, where nature takes the center stage amidst the contemporary world. It’s truly a delight to watch sea lions swimming in the clear waters and the frolic penguins hopping around on the sandy shore. Innocent Koalas clinging on to eucalyptus trees are also a common sight here. The island is also known for its hiking trails, striking rock formations and seafood restaurants.

Blue Mountains National Park – Situated at about 81 kilometers from Sydney, the Blue Mountains National Park is characterized by the beautiful blue haze coming out of its eucalyptus trees. It safeguards over 664,000 acres of backwoods and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The picturesque location also comprises vast hiking trails, waterfalls, rock formations (The Three Sisters), gorges and aboriginal rock paintings. Adventure enthusiasts can indulge in horseback riding, hiking, rock climbing, abseiling and mountain biking.

Melbourne – The fascinating city of Melbourne is a traveler’s paradise, boasting of numerous modern-day attractions. Bask in the city’s distinct European aura and explore several restaurants, galleries, parks, theatres and shopping streets. The Melbourne Cricket Ground, the National Gallery of Victoria and the Royal Botanic Gardens are among the many must-visit places in the city. The Dandenong Ranges and Mornington Peninsula are the two most-desired destinations for weekend getaways and relaxed day trips.

Explore the artistic side of Melbourne and indulge in some delicious food treats on your holiday. Agoda offers great deals on flights and accommodations, making your travel easy, affordable and comfortable.

Bondi Beach – You cannot miss out on one of the most famous beaches of the world, the Bondi Beach. It’s a haven for beach-lovers, with ample opportunities for water activities. Soak up the gorgeous sea views, go surfing or take a long walk along the sandstone cliffs, from Bondi to Bronte. The beach is also lined with many restaurants, shops, Sunday markets, cafes, an ocean pool and one of the best skate parks in Sydney.

Sydney Opera House – The Opera House in Sydney is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the most distinctive structures built in the 20th century. Covering an area of 4.4 acres, the structure comprises concrete shells and offers a stunning view on all its sides. Dine at one of its restaurants, watch an enthralling performance or simply take a tour of its concert hall, studios, exhibition rooms, theatres and cinema.

Clare Valley, Kakadu National Park, Katherine, The Kimberley, Tasmania, Cradle Mountain, Byron Bay and Yarra Valley are also some of the many beautiful destinations in Australia that make great spots for tourists and locals alike.

Australia has adventure and fun written all over it. Explore the dramatic beaches, go on scenic drives, swim with the marine animals, witness spectacular sunsets, watch the kangaroos and play with the koalas. If you haven’t taken a road trip on the spectacular highways of the country, you haven’t seen anything yet! Whether you are driving from Sydney to Melbourne or around the Cradle Mountain in Tasmania, it is going to be undoubtedly the best experience of your life. Plan a trip to Australia and enjoy special deals on your bookings with