Sydney is a fascinating city with fine dining, sophisticated shopping, beautiful beaches, and dazzling waterways. Take a tour of the Sydney Opera house to learn about the inner workings, Discover Sydney’s past at The Rocks, go camping on Cockatoo Island, or visit the Sydney’s Taronga Zoo.
The open spaces, rugged mountains, and spectacular gorges of the Outback are a perfect reflection of Australia’s pioneering spirit. Explore the waterholes of the Flinders Ranges, visit the former mining town of Broken Hill, or dine on mud crab in Kununurra.
The Three Sisters, a landmark in the Blue Mountains, were formed over thousands of years and tower over 2,952 feet. The best place to view them is from Echo Point lookout at Katoomba. Hiking through Echo Point you’ll find waterfalls, ravines, sheer cliffs, forests, rock climbing, and caving.
Great Barrier Reef
The Great Barrier Reef is a must see. Stretching for more than 1,242 miles along the Queensland coastline, this World Heritage site is home to 1,500 species of fish including clownfish, red bass, and red-throat emperor. The best way to view the reef is snorkeling or diving.