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Because this nation is brimming with undiscovered treasures, if the thought of a vacation in Australia makes you dream of cuddly koala bears, glistening beaches, and jumping kangaroos, then this is a must-read for you!
There is undoubtedly much more for you to enjoy during your vacation here, whether it is learning about the cultural past of the Aboriginal people or touring the Great Barrier Reef.
Below are some of our best suggestions for places to visit in Australia.
Vineyards & Wineries
Australia is a sanctuary for wine enthusiasts and is home to several vineyards, wineries, and cellar doors that elevate the wine tasting experience.
Enroll in a winemaker class at D’Arenberg to make your very own custom bottle of trademark wine, sample locally produced wines in Yarra Valley, explore the fields of grapes in Margaret River, and chow down on mouthwatering fare at chosen wineries. Cheers!
The Buchan Caves
The Buchan Caves in Victoria are a true delight, including amazing limestone formations, calcite rimstone sculptures, and tapering calcium deposits hanging from the roof.
To explore the magnificent caverns, sign up for tours of the Fairy Cave and the Royal Cave. Go to the Buchan Caves Reserve Campground to engage in activities like rock climbing, mountain biking, and hiking. Oh! And if you enjoy the outdoors, I highly recommend going on a backpacking trip through the native forest area.
Are you looking for solitude? Go to Lake Ballard, that’s where you should be. The Wongi and Wangkatha tribes revere Lake Ballard, a remote area in the southern part of Western Australia. The Salt Lake offers a dramatic backdrop for admiring unusual sights, going on energizing walks, making up camp among the bushes, and taking Instagram-worthy photos.
Do Not Miss stop by the outdoor gallery where Sir Antony Gormley has various art projects on display; it’s a visual delight!
Logan Brae Orchards
Logan Brae Orchards, a 100-year-old family farm in the city of Blue Mountains, is tucked away in the charming Megalong Valley. The estate grows the tastiest and most seasonal juices, pies, apple butter, plum jam, jelly drizzles, and fruit baskets. It also has over 6,000 apple trees on it.
Take a stroll around the lush vegetation, have a picnic in the Blue Mountains, see exotic birds, and play tag with Lottie, the owners’ amiable dog, while you’re here.
Cobourg Coastal Camp
Visit the Cobourg Coastal Camp if you’re seeking for a coastal adventure! Go glamping to experience nature at its most pristine in Australia’s Northern Territory. Explore the unusual trails of the nature-based camp, experience the delight of fishing in the Cobourg Marine Park’s crystal-clear waters, and unwind in the safari tents encircled by savannah bushlands.