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Must Visit Destinations in Australia – Adventures Down Under

Australia is a vast land of beautiful vistas, modern luxuries, contrasts and a rich history. Here is a list of destinations that you must not miss when in Australia.


1. Adelaide

Adelaide is Australia's 5th largest city, a metropolitan flanked by rolling hills and the azure hues of the Gulf of St Vincent. Adelaide is a renowned wine region where laneway bars serve gourmet food and classic cocktails. You could check out the city's fine arts scene near the tree-lined boulevards of North Terrace and visit Glenelg to enjoy its retro beach experience. In Adelaide's East End you could visit the fashion boutiques. Don't forget to visit the Adelaide Hills and drop by at a winery or two. If you visit during February and March you could catch the action at the Adelaide Festival and Adelaide Fringe. In short, Adelaide is one of the finest regions in Australia. Hotels and resorts in and around the city are classy, comfortable and offer excellent service levels too.


2. Brisbane

With a population of about 2 million, Brisbane is the capital of Queensland. The warm climes and the beautiful landscape of Brisbane draw many visitors to explore its unique appeal. Finding accommodation in the city is quite easy as it accommodates plenty of properties from chains such as [Oaks Hotels & Resorts]. When in Brisbane, you can savour the beauty of art and nature as the two combine to make a picture perfect ambience bathed in sunlight.


3. Darwin

Darwin is a much loved holiday destination with its tropical feel, rich indigenous past and the spectacular national parks, Kakadu and Litchfield. If you want to enjoy Darwin like a local go fishing in a small boat called the 'Tinny' and fish for barramundi, soak up the sun and the breeze and enjoy some beer. You could sit at a street side café, nurse a cappuccino and watch the cosmopolitan life of Darwin or visit an art gallery or a museum to check out indigenous art.


4. Alice Springs

The rugged landscape of Alice Springs tells a different tale to the one that is told across the rest of Australia. The stirring landscape of Alice Springs with its gorges and boundless desert-like scenery blend harmoniously with the region's aboriginal roots. If you visit the Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, the pale gum trees and hills of this unique region will enthral you.


5. Great Barrier Reef

The Great Barrier Reef is a paradise for those who love to explore the mysterious world under the water. This great gift of nature is located in the Coral Sea off the coast of Queensland. Being the world's largest barrier reef system, the Great Barrier Reef encompasses over 2500 coral reefs as well as islands. Divers will be able to explore vibrant eco systems that had formed over millions of years. The living organisms of the past and the present that form the Great Barrier Reef will take you into a strange land of magical beauty and a prevailing sense of awe.

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