Australia seizes the imagination. For most visitors its name is a shorthand for an endless summer where the living is easy; a place where the adventures are as vast as the horizons and the jokes flow as freely as the beer; a country of can-do spirit and easy friendliness. No wonder Australians call theirs the Lucky Country.
Wow Uluru, you look pretty good for having just woken up! This enormous monolith, located in the Northern Territory is a photographer’s dream – particularly at dawn and dusk when the colours are most intense. Visit at as many different times of the day as you can to see Uluru change from pink to purple to dark red, while the sky reflects a superb array of colours.
Australia, we think getting in the ocean is the best way to start the day. With over 70 surf beaches and dozens of coves throughout Sydney Harbour, there are loads of spots to surf, swim, dive, snorkel and soak up the sunshine.
The Royal National Park is like a huge natural gym – here you can hike, bike, swim or row! Hire a paddleboat from the Audley boatshed, surf the renowned Garie Beach, jog along sandstone cliffs, attempt over 100km of walking tracks or try mountain biking the East Heathcote trails.
It’s normal to see one ship in Sydney Harbour at a time, but to see five together was a once in a lifetime sight, with onlookers gathering at vantage points around the Harbour to catch a glimpse of the enormous P&O Cruises Australia ships.
A National Park covering 1,013 hectares, there are 40 luxurious suites and 24 powdery white beaches at Lizard Island – so you can take your pick of a spot to swim, lay your towel or take a paddle!
Avon Valley of Western Australia, where sunrise hot air ballooning flights operate daily from April to late November. Lifting off at dawn, on one of these scenic flights you’ll float over a rural landscape of rolling hills, lush green fields and meandering streams.
This actually happens for real in Australia… no joke!
The Bureau of Meteorology 2016 Australian Weather Calendar showcases the range of amazing weather we have across our magnificent landscape.
If you’re traveling around Australia, and hanging around with some locals, I’m sure that you will come across some typical Australian food and while you’re here you really should try some of it! From meat you don’t normally find in other supermarkets to chocolate biscuits, to the most common Australian meals.
So start packing your bags for the amazing Journey !! Happy Travelling .
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