If you're planning a trip Down Under, try to visit some or all of these attractions are open.
This, the largest sand island in the world has become a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1992. lush rain forests, towering cliffs and sandy freshwater lakes memorable leave a lasting impression on the thousands who visit the island each year. In addition to its long white sand beaches and shimmering, Fraser Island attracts people who hope to see herfamous dingo population. The island covers over four hectares and is located on the east coast of Australia in the jurisdiction of Queensland. Some visitors choose to make day trips, but most choose to spend a night or two on the island. One of the more unusual attractions is that the ship ran aground during the storm of 1935.
Sydney Harbour Bridge
Known locally as 'The Hook', Sydney Harbour Bridge is instantly recognizable to many people around the world. Ofthe 1,400 men who built the bridge, 16 were killed before the completion in 1932. The bravest among you can do the 'up-Bridge', an escorted walk to the top. As you climb under the car get smaller and smaller. 'The Rocks', regarded as the birthplace of Sydney, is at the foot of the bridge. Today it is bustling with restaurants, shops, galleries and cafes, away from the scene that would meet those arriving from Plymouth in 1788.
Great Barrier Reef
AnotherUNESCO World Heritage Site, the Great Barrier Reef is probably the place most famous marine protected area in the world. It covers an incredible 86 million hectares along the coast of northeast Australia. At 1,429 miles along the reef is home to 1,500 species of fish. Its surface is actually larger than the combined size of Tasmania and Victoria. Besides the natural beauty that is here, there are 30 wrecks that are considered of historical importance.
SCENIC BLUE WORLDMOUNTAIN
The Jamison Valley is home to the steepest rail journey in the world. In the valley, you will find more than two miles of walking in the forest and rainforest. You can return by cable car view which incidentally, is the steepest cable car route in the southern hemisphere, and if this were not enough, you can travel through the valley in step only, glass floored cable car in the world and enjoy the view of Valley, Katoomba Falls and the famous ThreeSisters rock formation.
Kakadu National Park
rock paintings and archaeological sites that bear witness 40,000 years of continuous habitation. The Kakadu National Park, a World Heritage site, stretching nearly five million hectares in the Northern Territory. Today, about 300 Aborigines living in the savannas and wetlands of the tide.
Sydney Opera House
Since its opening in 1973, the Sydney Opera House has been an icon of Australia. Danish architect Jørn Utzon,created one of the largest buildings of the twentieth century. Standing on Bennelong Point, the building received more than four and a half million visitors each year. Tour including backstage and front of the house are available.
Former timber station, Port Arthur became one of the most famous criminal colonies in Australia. Regarded as the 'hell on Earth, the prison housed inmates as young as nine. The life of the prison extended 1833-1877, when it was renamedCarnarvon in an attempt to shake off its troubled history. However, in 1927, regained his title at Port Arthur. These days, the prison doors are passable in both directions, with guided tours and harbor cruises available.
Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park
Uluru, formerly known as Ayres Rock, extends over 2 miles in the bush of the park otherwise anonymous. At 1,142 meters, is the largest rock monolith in the world. Uluru is revered among Aboriginesbelieve its origins date back to the creation of the Earth.
AMP TOWER CentrePoint
A little over 1,000 meters high, the Sydney Tower is the tallest building in the city. spectacular views of the harbor are offered from the observation deck and revolving restaurant.
National Gallery of Australia
Many of Australia's finest collections of art are housed in the National Gallery. A permanent collection of more than 100,000 shares the building with the international artand photography exhibitions.