Australia is a mega diversity country with its varied range of habitats from alpine heaths to tropical rainforest. There are thousands of famous places that millions of tourists love to visit every year. Australia is home to quite a range of historical Victorian architecture, parks and gardens. No matter how many times you have traveled to the country of Australia, you will always be overwhelmed by the amount of things to do here. From the well known Sydney Opera House to the Great Barrier Reef in Queensland, the country is lined with a number of tourist attractions to entertain travelers.
Melbourne often referred as the 'cultural capital of Australia' is the birth place of Australian film, Australian television, Australian football and Australian dance styles, all of which attracts thousands of tourists every year. Melbourne is not only famous for its picturesque scenery and vibrant atmosphere but also for its delectable food variants and some finest wine of the World. Melbourne's Royal Botanical Garden is a picturesque heaven for recreation. Other than the cultural beauty, this place is certainly the premier shopping center with a wide range of shops, trendy cafés, public galleries, government institutions, architectural structures, sport stadiums and parks. The famous Sydney Opera house with around 3000 performances each year and with a yearly audience of 2 million is signified as the world's busiest public venue. The Shrine of Remembrance, Melbourne's most recognizable landmark and the largest war memorial of Australia will take its visitors to the memory of all the Australians who served in war.
Neverheless the Great Barrier Reef also adds to the charm of the country. With an area of over 300,000 square kilometers, the huge reef system can make the sole claim that it is the only visible living structure from outer space. Alongside, The Royal Botanical Gardens, The Kangaroo Island, Port Arthur and Ayers Rock are also some of well known tourist destinations on the list of a traveler. Rails are a better way of experiencing the rugged Australian Outback. Rail rides will give you a glimpse of the country's most beautiful beaches and highest peaks.
Victoria is another amazing place where people would love to go. This place has an amazingly diverse range of destinations like coastlines with crashing surf or clam waters, vineyards, mountains and valleys. Australian Capital Territory Canberra is also a much visited place here with finest galleries, public buildings and the well known Tidbinbilla Nature Reserve, home to kangaroos, koalas, emus and other wildlife. Australia's island state Tasmania is appealing to nature enthusiasts. The place gives an utterly different experience with deserted beaches, rolling green hills, untouched landscapes, etc. The rugged terrain of Kimberley in Western Australia is sure to have you perplexed. The cruise around this region is splendid as it offers views of waterfalls, red cliffs, rivers and some rainforest as well. King George Falls and Mitchell Falls have some of the most breathtaking views.
The country is huge in size and it is difficult to choose the must visit destination. So make it your best bet to pick out a few spotted tourist spots and then just sit back, enjoy the local culture and have a great trip!