Places To Visit
You get one of the world’s most famous beaches when you combine bronzed bodies, blond sand, backpackers, and surf. Bondi Beach is roughly 15 minutes by car from the city centre and is home to one of the oldest surf lifesaving organisations in the world. It’s also a great area to take a walk along the beach or have a picnic, and it’s where travellers and locals gather to celebrate Christmas and New Year’s Eve.
Daintree National Park
Daintree National Park, a Wet Tropics World Heritage Area in Far North Queensland, is one of the world’s oldest ecosystems. The area belongs to the Eastern Kuku Yalanji Aboriginal people, and many of its natural features have spiritual significance. There are two portions to the park: The Mossman Gorge is a must-see, with its crystal blue streams flowing over granite cliffs.
The site has been added to the UNESCO World Heritage List. Fraser Island, between Bundaberg and Brisbane on Australia’s east coast, is the world’s largest sand island and one of the country’s best outdoor activities, especially for four-wheel-drive enthusiasts.