25 – Innes National Park: Located in South Australia, this gem is a destination spot for those seeking an outdoors adventure. Whether you are looking to have a camping trip filled with fishing fun or looking for a nice area to scuba dive and surf, Innes is one of the most popular national parks in Australia.

24 – Perth Cultural Centre: If you are looking for a more cultural experience, look no further than Perth Cultural Centre in Western Australia. Here you will find the State Library, Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts, Western Australian Museum, Art Gallery of Western Australia among many other interesting and informative exhibits.

23 – 12 Apostles: Come see this famous natural wonder. Created by the constant erosion of limestone, this is an explores dream filled with a seamlessly never-ending series of caves to explore.

22 – Alice Springs Desert Park: Explore the Australian Outback at its finest. At Alice Springs Desert Park, you can find hundreds of interesting critters and animals to learn about. Moreover, they also have information about the Aboriginal culture and many hiking locations for you and your family to explore.

21 – Nitmiluk National Park: Owned by Aboriginals, this national treasure is a massive landscape of cultural wonders and valleys. Carved out by the Katherine River, this area is decorated with beautiful waterfalls and canyons and will make for a great hiking trip.

20 – Bondi Beach: If you are looking for a place to relax beach side, Bondi is the place to go. A popular destination for both tourists and locals, Bondi is a great place to catch some of the local life as well as some much needed relaxation.

19- Willie Creek Pearl Farm: Pearls, pearls and more pearls. Willie Creek is a great tourist attraction in Australia known for its production of South Sea Pearls. Travel along this creek and see how the Pinctada maxima oysters produce these rare gems.

18 – Gorge Walk – North Stradbroke Island: If you are looking some some outdoor fun accompanied by some beautiful scenery, look no further than Gorge Walk. This island has some of the most uniquely beautiful views of whales, sea turtles and dolphins.

17 – Ningaloo Reef: Australia is known for its active water life, especially along its reefs. The Ningaloo Reef is no exception as it offers tourists a fantastic opportunity to look at marine life up close. Not only can you swim with the fishes, but you can also swim with whale sharks at the Ningaloo Marine Park.

16 – National Gallery of Australia: If museums and galleries are more your scene, the National Gallery of Australia should be your first stop. With over 100,000 pieces of work, hours of entertainment awaits.

15 – Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary: Want a chance to bond with some of Australia’s cutest animals? The Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary gives tourists a fun and rare opportunity to learn and interact with Koala’s. It’s home to over 100 of natures cutest and smallest bears and is known for being one of the top destinations for animal lovers.

14 – Flinders Ranges National Park: Watch out for kangaroos at this national park. At Flinders, you can find some of Australia’s most ancient history as well as some of it’s most well-known animals. From seeing Aboriginal rock art sites to fossils, hours of exploring and hiking awaits you here.

13 – Royal Botanic Gardens: If botany is more your interest, you should visit the Royal Botanic Gardens. This stunning site is home to both native and non-native plant life. With beautiful walking paths accompanied by rare plants, this is one destination that should be visited by all who admire life in all shapes and forms.

12 – Great Ocean Road: While getting here may be treacherous, once you arrive you will never want to leave. The Great Ocean Road is known for its beautiful views and windy roads.

11 – Watson’s Bay – Lizard Island: Don’t let the name fool you, Watson’s Bay is not known to be home of the lizards. In actuality, it is known for being one of the most ideal places for snorkelers. Surrounded by a beautiful coral reef, divers will find their calling here as there is much to explore including a famous cod hole where you can come face to face with the giant Potato Cod.

10 – Sharks Bay: This is an adventurer’s paradise with rugged climbs and a beautiful beach. Moreover, it is also home to many fish species and bottle-nosed dolphins, not to forget of course, sharks as well.

9 – Blue Mountains: If you are looking to see a gorgeous landscape, your first stop in Australia should the the Blue Mountains. The perfect getaway for you and your significant other, this region has some of the most amazing views and restaurants in Australia.

8 – Purnululu National Park: Talk about having a unique landscape. Purnululu is home to the most bizarre and amazing maze of beehive domes. It’s a curious wonder that every Australian traveller should explore.

7 – Sydney Harbour: Known to be Australia’s crowning jewel, Sydney’s Harbour is one of the most famous destinations in this region. Surrounded by beaches and the famous Sydney Opera House, this is the most famous and travelled destination of tourists.

6 – Kuranda Scenic Railway: A less than 2 hour train ride will take you on an amazing journey through Australia’s mountains. This is one of Australia’s amazing feats as you consider how they were able to build a train atop of the rugged and unforgiving landscape.

5 – Lagoon Beach – Lord Howe Island: Surrounded by a gold ring of beaches and crystal clear waters, Lagoon Beach is every beach-goers paradise waiting to be explored. This is a great destination for snorkelling and experiencing the local marine life.

4 – Uluru Ayers Rock: Known as “the great pebble,” Uluru is the world’s largest rock formation. This encompasses life in Australia as the rock seemingly changes colours throughout the day, making it a mesmerising experience.

3 – Great Barrier Reef: The reef, off the coast of Queensland in northeastern Australia, is the largest living organism on Earth. Because of its natural beauty, the Great Barrier Reef has become one of the worlds most sought after tourist destinations, a World Heritage listed, natural inspiration.

2 – Whitsunday Islands: With secluded island coves and the whitest and finest of sand, this beach will surely take your breath away. If you are looking for a fun day of sailing, look no further than Whitsunday Islands.

1 – Kakadu National Park: Earning a World Heritage status is no easy feat, but one look at the Kakadu National Park and you will see why. With its biodiversity and diverse landscape of woodlands, coast and rock formations, you will never get bored exploring this national wonder.

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