Places to see in Australia
Australia is one of the most fascinating countries with its nature and culture. We can say that there are many places to see in almost every region and city. We have briefly explained some for you…
We can list the places to see in this city, which has a different beauty in each corner, as follows:
- Sydney Harbor Bridge, which is open to vehicles, railroads, bicycles and pedestrian traffic, always a favorite of tourists and an indispensable place for New Year celebrations.
- Sydney Opera House, which hosts ballet, theater and music performances, is on the UNESCO World Heritage List and is one of the most important buildings of the 20th century.
- Bondi Beach, located 7 km east of the city's central business district, is the choice of surfers with its enchanting beach and sea.
- The Royal Botanic Gardens, which have harbor views and 30 hectares, are home to nearly 4 thousand trees and 9 thousand plant species.
Kakadu National Park
Kakadu National Park, located 171 km southeast of Darwin city in the north of Australia, is on the UNESCO World Heritage List. Approximately 1,700 plants, 280 birds, more than 110 reptile and 60 mammal species live in the charming Kakadu National Park, which contains many areas to protect the lives of native Aborigines. The management of the park, which is full of lakes and rivers, belongs to the Australian government and Aboriginal people.
Great Barrier Reef
Great Barrier Reef is also a UNESCO World Heritage site. The Great Barrier Reef, located on the northeastern coast of Australia, is the world's largest coral reef with 400 corals, 1,500 fish, and 4,000 varieties of mollusks. This reef, one of the richest and most complex natural ecosystems in the world, is also one of the few living structures that can be seen from space.
Uluru - Kata Tjuta National Park
Located in Kata Tjuta National Park in Australia's northern region known as Petermann, Uluru,aka Ayers Rock, is a fascinating rock formation formed in sandstone and changing color according to the location of the sun. Uluru, which is about 2 km long, 1.7 km wide and 350 meters high, is a sacred place for the Aboriginal people. The surroundings of Uluru, which is on the UNESCO World Heritage list, are ideal for seeing fascinating animals, walking and safari.
Our list in Melbourne, the second most populous city in the country, is as follows:
- The Old Treasury Building, built in 1862, formerly the Victorian Government Treasury Department, hosting museums and exhibitions today.
- Princess Theatre, which fascinates with its image and displays theater, musicals and operas.
- Melbourne Museum with fascinating exhibitions, films, galleries, festivals.