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Updated by Catalina Forbes on Feb 26, 2015
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Top 10 Must to Do Things in Australia on Budget Travel – it’s time to cure your travel thirst


Kings Park

King's Park possesses such a power of enchantment with its rich Aboriginal features. The park has a long European history. And a young traveller has a lot to learn here about contemporary culture and innovative design. For a young researcher, King's Park could mean heaven on palm with reputation for scientific research, leading horticulture, conservation and public education.

The party is illuminated by Western Australian Botanic Garden; you will be mesmerized by the presence of over 3,000 species.


Botanical Garden

Australia's 18th century wilderness is what you experience at the Botanical Garden. It is one whole continent full of striking plants which are rarely, or not at all, seen in anywhere else in the globe. Australia is, it appears, a happy country with a staggering number of 2000 displays stretched across 416 hectares of hills and lakes. Warm yourself by taking a walk amid the Garden's salient features such as outdoor sculptures, free gas barbecues, a restaurant and a gift shop where you can purchase plants.


Swan River

Take a ferry up the Swan River to breathe in the Australian natural air. It is your visa to the world of entrepreneurs in Australia. This ferry journey is an attempt to give you an almost-reading experience of mansions you are passing by. If you are up for any luck, a dolphin may come into your view. A dolphin or two and the brewery is an ideal way to while the hours you have at hand.

Temperature will shoot you to sweat, but the river view and its coolness will soften it. So make sure you stay at a comfortable place like Sundowner Motor Inns, one of the Australia Hotels.


Aviation Heritage Museum

If you are not an Aviation guy, this place will bore you no end. But otherwise, for an aviation freak the museum may command his/her own destiny. They will linger although hangars are sans air conditioner.


St. Mary's Cathedral

Google for St Mary's Cathedral images. These silent still will narrate a long story even before you actually make it there. The place is a must visit, if you are a Catholic. The images, a montage of old and new, bring in the two worlds of ancient and modernity.


Lotterywest Federation Walkway

It is a grand vantage point, and you will have to dare look down from there -- this is built above the river with scenic buildings in the surrounding. If you visit King's Park, you must not ignore this walkway. And this is a must if you are around in Perth. Take a leisure walk along this walkway, and your first desire could be to take delight in views over the river.


St. George's Cathedral

Wherever the churches are concerned, St George's Cathedral sounds miraculous. If you ever get a chance, visit this cathedral during the Christmas. The church's choir is an awe-inspiring event. And you will fall in love with the church's architectural structure. Yes, that makes it all qualified. Do not forget to visit this church, particularly during the Christmas.


Scarborough Beach

If you claim to be a nature lover, where would you choose first? A beach, most probably. Well, Scarborough Beach remains cool out there with usual facilities such as cafés. The beach is beyond popularity, you will realize especially during summer. The place turns out to be full of activity.


Mettam's Pool

Another beach, but with richer marine life. Get into the waters, and you will feel magical. Do not forget to hire some scuba gear too before you leap.


City Beach

Your holiday could be a wild and whirling one with a great beach like City Beach. You have hardly anything to worry about risk; lifeguards are there, with a host of other facilities.


Queens Gardens

Walk through the Queens Gardens and feel the fresh Australian air. It does not cost you a fortune to enjoy nature's wonderful gift. There are enough places to sit in the shade and have your picnic lunch in style.