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WHAT IS AUSTRALIA FAMOUS FOR? 4 ATTRACTIONS YOU MUST VISIT IN AUSTRALIA

Far away from all the other huge masses of land on a world map, Australia is at the far bottom right corner. Thanks to its many beauties and attractions, many people include Australia in their travel bucket list, but the journey for most of them might be extremely long and expensive.

This is a shame because Australia has many amazing attractions and histories that most people should know about – and this is why it is an expensive destination to travel to. Not to mention its natural landscapes which are breathtaking.

Thus, if you’ve made it in Australia, you can save money and time by hiring a car to get you to any place you want to visit. You will find the best car hire offers on Enjoy Travel without compromising your safety or time in the way. Below you will find 4 attractions that you should ask a driver to take you.

1. Great Barrier Reef

We will start our list with a bang, as the Great Barrier Reef is one of the seven wonders of the natural world. A good start, right? The largeness of the reef, the plethora of marine species living there, the inclusion of other individual reefs and coral cays and lastly the numerous islands with their majestic beaches make it a beloved place for water sports and travelling lovers. It should be clearly mentioned that the Great Barrier Reef is the largest reef in the whole world.

2. Uluru

Another natural phenomenon that is worth seeing in Australia is Uluru, or Ayers Rock, which is one of the world’s biggest monoliths. You can take a camel tour or walk through the Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park where Uluru is located. The reddish colour of the soil and the vast and arid desert of the area make this rock pop. It should be noted that Uluru is considered a sacred and spiritual place by the Anangu people, who are Indigenous Australians.

3. Kangaroo Island

Would you like to spend some time watching kangaroos hopping around? You can do just that in this unspoiled and spectacular island in South Australia. There you will also see other wild animals, like koalas and sea lions, besides kangaroos, and many attractions, such as Admirals Arch. It is a paradise for adventure and nature lovers as there are many hiking trails, forests, dunes and sea cliffs they can explore.

4. Sydney Opera House

The Opera House in Sydney could not be missing from this list as it is one of the first things that comes to mind when we’re talking about Australia. It is surrounded by water from three sides. This should explain why the top part of the structure is designed and built in such a way that resembles waves.

Jørn Utzon is the Danish architect who designed the opera house. He submitted his design to an international competition and it was selected. Due to several issues, he had to leave Australia. He never got to see the completed version of his spectacular design.

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