Australia is popular all over the globe for its finest road trips, backpacking, camping, and diving spots; no matters what your travel style is, there is something to draw you here.
This ultimate country is filled with unbelievable natural beauty from the pristine white sand beaches to the Great Reef Barrier. Here is an extensive travel guide that will help you in planning your next trip
AdelaideCapital City of South Australia
Adelaide is the capital city of South Australia and is the fifth largest city with a population of nearly about 1.2 million. A population of about one-third of South Australian people's total population; lives in the Adelaide metropolitan area.
The beautiful city is situated between the rolling Adelaide Hills and the Gulf St Vincent. The city is historically known as the city of churches and much of the architecture in the inner city is maintained by the colonial era.
DarwinThe Transportation Hub
The city's close proximity to other countries in the Indian Ocean has made it the transportation hub since its early days. The city was demolished during WW II; Darwin has been a flexible town with a spirit of "can't be defeated". In the present-day, the city of over 75000 people is a popular holiday destination.
HobartCapital of Tasmania
Hobart is the Capital city of Australian Island Tasmania and is the second oldest city after Sydney. With a population, nearly about 250,000 Hobart is tiny and affectionate as compared to larger mainland Australian cities. Along with these, the city has a mild temperate oceanic climate with four distinct seasons.
BrisbaneYear Round Warm Climate
With a population of 2 million people, Brisbane is the capital city of the state of Queensland. After Sydney and Melbourne; the population here makes it the third largest city in Australia. Brisbane has year round warm climate and its spectacular scenery keeps its visitors engaged with itself. The friendly locals of Brisbane have been the draw-cards for most of the domestic and international visitors. This makes Brisbane the fastest growing city in Australia.
PerthEnjoy the Youthful Atmosphere
Being the Capital city of Western Australia and the fourth largest city in the country; Perth is located on the southwestern banks of Australia. However, the city was developed thousands of years ago, the city always carries a fun loving attitude of locals and a youthful atmosphere.
MelbourneExperience Finest Dining
The second largest city of Australia, Melbourne is also the capital city of the state of Victoria. The city is located near the southeastern edge of Australia and is known as the finest cities for its fine dining, shopping, and sports venues. Melbourne is the perfect destination for travelers who enjoy the good life. The city is also known as the nation's cultural capital and one of the important ports.
CairnsA Very Stylish City
Cairns is Australias most visited holiday destinations. The ingredients that make it the most beloved vacation destinations are its tropical climate and its close proximity to the Great Barrier Reef. Cairns is limited but a very stylish city with a population reaching to nearly about 150,000 people.
Great Barrier ReefDestination For Scuba Divers
The Great Barrier Reef is the world's largest barrier reef system. This adventurous destination is meant for the most seasoned underwater explorers and the scuba divers. Situated in the Coral Sea of Queensland, the place encircles a huge area of more than 2,900 coral reefs and hundreds of islands that are formed by living organisms over million of years ago. The reef has now become the most diverse ecosystem in the world and one of the best places the visit in Australia.
SydneyThe City of Opera House
The city is the capital of New South Wales and is located on Australia's south eastern coast. The city is modern with a very long history, the city is characterized by its alluring scenic beauty. The port was also the landing site for criminals sent to Australia during the late 1780s. Currently, ferries take visitors for cruises under the Sydney Harbor Bridge and past Sydney Opera House.