My Favorite Places in Australia

Australia is a sovereign country comprising the mainland of the Australian continent, the island of Tasmania and countless smaller islands. This is the biggest country in Oceania and the world’s sixth by total area.


Part fast-paced metropolis, part laid-back beach town, Sydney welcomes travelers who want to spend their days sunbathing at Bondi Beach, visiting the museums of Darling Harbour or climbing the Sydney Harbour Bridge. What’s more, Sydney features iconic sights like the Opera House and fun events, such as Vivid Sydney.

The Great Barrier Reef

The Great Barrier Reef is easily one of the world’s top natural wonders. Its sheer size and beauty of life evermore impress the visitors. Even though you won’t be able to look at the entire reef, an air or boat tour or snorkeling or diving travel of this underwater marvel makes for unforgettable leisure.

Bora Bora

Travelers are searching for a once-in-a-lifetime vacation head to this doubly named island for its luxury hotels and romantic overwater bungalows. Here, you can spend the day exploring aquamarine waves, lush jungles, and towering volcanoes. 


Melbourne is Australia’s events capital, hosting seasonal activities like the Australian Open and the Melbourne Food and Wine Festival. Even if you can’t visit for a significant event, the city offers a variety of tours and attractions. For a more leisurely vacation, sip a flat white at one of Melbourne’s many street cafes.


This island south of Australia draws adventurous visitors in crowds. Hikers can tour challenging paths at Wellington Park and Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park while water lovers snorkel, kayak and much more at Freycinet National Park. After an active day, unwind with a locally made cider, wine or whiskey in Hobart. 

Whitsunday Islands

 Into view of Australia’s northeastern coast, Hamilton Island is the main vacation point for water sports enthusiasts. The biggest inhabited island of the 74 that comprise Queensland’s Whitsundays, Hamilton Island making superb conditions for sailing and diving. If you’d rather stay on land, hike up Passage Peak, or dine at one of several waterfront restaurants.


The cosmopolitan city of Auckland glory a diverse population that fetch unique smack and traditions to the local culture. Add Auckland’s love for sports and natural allure – black sand beaches, clear blue waters, and volcanic peaks – and you’ve got a great attraction. 


Adelaide beckons to nature lovers and foodies. Deliberated the wine capital of this nation, South Australia city boasts over 200 wineries, including world-famous vineyards like Penfolds and Jacob’s Creek. Also, vacationers can admire gushing waterfalls at Waterfall Gully or look for wildlife on nearby Kangaroo Island.

Must-Try Foods in Australia

Of course, touring in Australia is not complete without trying some of its delicious delicacies.

  1. Australian Barbecue
  2. Chicken Parmigiana
  3. Crab sticks
  4. Barramundi
  5. Kangaroo meat
  6. Burgers
  7. Vegemite (on toast)
  8. Rolls
  9. Lamingtons
  10. Meat Pie

Gold Coast

Have you ever been to Gold Coast? Well, if you haven’t been in this wonderful city, it is time you spare a little time to visit and see its stunning seawaters. There are lots of activities you can enjoy in Gold Coast such as surfing, rollercoaster, and nightclubs.

Gold Coast is also packed with tourist all year round.  On the bright side, meeting a lot of people can actually be fun considering that the place is so big. Its iconic coastline stretches for more than 60 kilometres and boasts some of Australia’s best beaches. If you’re single, you might be able to meet your soul mate here.

What to see and do in Gold Coast

  • Immerse in the wonderful culture in Jellurgal Aboriginal Cultural Centre and watch some really good aboriginal dance performances.
  • Watch the kangaroos at Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary.
  • Rend a surf board and enjoy the most popular water activity in the city. In fact, you can book yourself a lesson at Main Beach.