Australian Adventure Traveling

Nourlangie Rock

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Home to some of the world’s most fascinating cultures, stunning landscapes and unique landmarks, Australia is truly a one-of-a-kind place. For those looking for an adventurous vacation or trip, Australia is without a doubt the place to be. From expansive deserts to tropical forests to golden beaches, Australia has it all. Whether you seek hiking, white water rafting, surfing, swimming or sightseeing, you’ll find plenty of it in Australia. With so many excellent attractions and beautiful natural scenery, even the most jaded traveler or adrenaline junkie will be in awe. For a truly unique and adventurous trip, there’s no place on Earth like Australia.

Often called “the land down under”, Australia is a large country in the South Pacific. It boasts a varied geography as well as numerous climates. Most parts of Australia, however, enjoy more than 3,000 hours of sunshine a year. Australia is a diverse, multicultural country with citizens from across the world. Many are recent immigrants from places like China and South Asia. The country itself is very large, in fact the sixth-largest in the world. It is important to keep this fact in mind while planning your trip to Australia.

Wangi Falls, Litchfield National Park

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For those seeking adventure and an exhilarating new experience, Australia provides plenty of opportunities. The country is home to the famed Outback region, renowned for its stunning natural terrain and iconic natural landmarks. Queensland offers some of the world’s most beautiful beaches as well as fascinating tropical forests, while the Northern Territory boasts some of the most unique landscapes and animal and plant life on Earth. Finally, visitors seeking thrills should pay a visit to the astound Blue Mountains, the exotically beautiful Tasmania and the rugged yet serene Western Australia.

The Outback encompasses a vast swath of Australia’s interior. Known for its endless stretches of red land and unique biodiversity, the Outback is a must-see for anyone seeking an adventure in Australia. The Outback boasts iconic natural landmarks such as the Uluru rock, the Valley of the Winds and the beautiful Kata Tjuta. The Outback is ideal for hikers and mountain bikers. For breathtaking views of the region, head to the Kata Tjuta Dune Viewing Area and the Uluru base walk, as well as the wondrous Kantju Gorge.

A Blue Starfish (Linckia laevigata) resting on...

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Queensland is renowned for its plentiful sunshine and endless golden beaches. Visitors seeking swimming, diving, snorkeling, boating and fishing opportunities should make the Queensland coast a priority. The Great Barrier Reef is also a must-see attraction. Queensland also plays host to many unspoiled tropical forests such as Daintree National Park and Wallaman Falls National Park. Don’t miss Moreton Bay for some of Australia’s best fishing, sailing and camping opportunities.

The Northern Territory is known for its exotic beauty and varied landscapes. Top destinations here include the Red Centre region, Kakadu National Park, Litchfield National Park and the fascinating Arnhem Land.

The Blue Mountains, located in New South Wales, are renowned for their emerald peaks and are a prime destination for hikers and nature lovers. Tasmania is home to vast stretches of pristine wilderness and attractions such as Cradle Mountain and Russell Falls. Western Australia contains great beaches, unspoiled forests and the wondrous Kalbarri National Park.

Those seeking an Australian adventure should consider travel insurance a necessity. Many plans and rates are available to travelers to Australia.

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