Top 5 Happy Attractions in Australia

By | September 20, 2021

Renowned for having some of the most cheerful locals on the planet, Australia is full of unique and incredible experiences, making it easy to see just why everyone who lives there seems so happy. Here are five of the best things to do on Australia holidays.

Sydney

Boasting two of the most iconic silhouettes in the world, the Sydney Opera House and the Sydney Harbour Bridge, Sydney will wow any visitor with its fantastic city skyline and beautiful surrounding waters. The city houses fantastic shops, restaurants and stylish boutiques where you can shop until the sun goes down, a must-see view made spectacular from vantage point of the famous Harbour Bridge.

Great Barrier Reef

At over 2000km’s, Australia’s Great Barrier Reef isn’t world-known for nothing. It’s a simply unique experience and utterly breathtaking to behold, with the excellently maintained underwater haven housing more than 400 species of coral and 1500 species of fish. Spotting them all is impossible, but it the snapshot you get will be one that stays with you. Take a helicopter ride and prepare to catch your jaw as you soar over the sights of one of the most beautiful places in the world.

Kangaroo Island

The third largest Australian island, this beautiful spot houses the fantastic Kangaroo Island Penguin Centre, which is great fun for all the family. In addition to perfect beaches, rich history and underground caves to be explored, Kangaroo Island is full of chances to adventure and relax in equal measure, so you can be sure of a fantastic experience whatever you’re looking for.

Great Ocean Road

Australia’s Great Ocean Road is a 243-kilometre stretch, listed as an Australian National Heritage sight. It’s easy to see why when you drink in the incredible views of beautiful rocks jutting from the pristine beach and azure sea waters down the length of this one of a kind road. It’s a drive you’ll never forget.

Whitsunday Islands

Australia’s natural beauty continues with these islands that are in the heart of Queensland’s tropical coast. There are 74 islands to be discovered, where you can unwind and enjoy the Australian beach life, eating and drinking in your hotel before taking the short trip to enjoy the Great Barrier Reef.

With these five incredible experiences hardly scraping the surface of what’s on offer in Australia, it’s easy to see why the locals are happy – an effect is bound to rub off once you’ve taken a trip to this natural paradise.

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