From one of the largest Cantilever Bridge to the grandest opera house; from the biggest single piece of monolith to the most immense living thing visible from moon – it’s all located in the only continent that’s also a country, Australia. This is just few of the many reasons why Australia homes one of the world’s numbered tourist destinations.
Are you and your family or friends planning to have your extraordinary Australian Tour? If so, let’s have a quick glimpse first of the many Australian Tourist spots so that you’ll know where to go before you pack your things up. This is important so that you and your time and money won’t get lost in Australia’s scorching deserts!
1. Sydney Harbour Bridge Climb.
This is perfect for those adventurous. Here you can enjoy a 3.5 hour climb to the top of Sydney Harbour Bridge overlooking the picturesque view of Sydney. This includes the well-renowned and most famous Sydney Opera House and magnificent Blue Mountains. Of course, this one of the Tours to Australia is guided by a professional Climb leader, which also limits the climb to 14 people ensuring safety more everyone. You can also choose from six departures throughout the day from morning or afternoon, or perhaps twilight for the sunset or in evening amid the great Sydney light.
2. 2-Day Combo of Sydney City Tour.
This 2-day combo includes these Sydney’s tours – 2-hour cruise via luxury catamaran over Sydney Harbour or a seafood buffet aboard Sydney Harbour CruiseaHdfdfd, Sydney Opera House, Bondi Beach where you can spend 30 minutes for leisure, see Australia’s Koalas, Kangaroos and other animals at Featherdale Wildlife Park and the Blue Mountains. Or maybe aside from the combo, you can enjoy the Sydney and Bondi Hop-on Hop-off Tour with its 34 stops around the said places.
3. Have a luxurious time in Cairns and the Great Barrier Reef.
You could enjoy the 2-Day Great Barrier Reef adventure where you can do snorkeling, diving or even just take a BBQ lunch aboard a cruise to the Great Barrier Reef. You can also do sight-seeing by helicopter over the reef for 25 minute where you can see the aerial views of its splendid beauty. For snorkeling and scuba-diving, there will be free tour and equipment and a demonstration. For Cairns, there’ll be a Green Island Day Trip where you can explore the rainforest on a day-trip. You could also do varied activities like glass-bottom boat tours, coral viewing tours and scuba diving. Buffet lunch option is available and the optional hotel pickup and drop off from Cairns hotels.
4. Ocean Road Day Trip Adventure from Melbourne.
This is perfect for those who want to take photographs of the great sceneries of ocean views on the drive from Melbourne to Geelong and along Victoria’s rugged coast. In addition with its friendly and expert tour guides in amazing Australian accent.
5. Ayers Rock: Uluru Sunrise Experience plus a BBQ Dinner under the stars. It’s also informative with a base walk around Uluru with an indigenous guide talking about Anangu people.
So if you want to go see different sceneries at the same place, Tours to Australia is a must-have.