Sightseeing Australia

Australia isn’t a place you tour from north to south or vice versa. Instead, it would be far better to go through it in a clockwise motion. So, let’s get started.


The territory of Queensland is the second largest state of Australia and is home to many wondrous sites. Thus, making it the most popular tourist destination in Australia. Here you can go surf the Gold Coast, tour the Daintree Rainforest with a guide from the Kuku Yalanji Tribe, drive through the ship-wrecked beaches of Fraser Island, and relax at the town of Port Douglas before taking off to dive and snorkel in the Great Barrier Reef after visiting the Whitsundays


Going down to Australia’s oldest state, New South Wales is home to the famous harbor city – Sydney, home to the iconic Sydney Opera House and astounding Sydney Harbour Bridge. In Sydney alone, you can stroll through the Royal Botanic Gardens, shop and eat through Darling Harbor, and go surf Bondi Beach.

For a more picturesque view of New South Wales, you can go hike through the trails of the Blue Mountains, watch the sunset at Byron Bay, go kayaking and fishing at Lord Howe Island, visit the Kiama at the South Coast, eat farm-fresh food at the Hunter Valley, and ski through the Snowy Mountains.


Being Australia’s smallest mainland state, Victoria is not to be taken for granted. It is home to the city of Melbourne, where you can shop through Queen Victoria Market, The Arcades, and Secret Lanes. The state also houses many natural and historical sites like The Twelve Apostles, the Organ Pipes National Park, the Princes Pier, and Coops Shot Tower


Also known as “The Wine State,” South Australia covers most of the drier, arid parts of Australia but houses the vast vineyards at Barossa Valley and Clare Valley. It is the home of the city of Adelaide, which has numerous cultural festivals. The more natural and picturesque sites include Kangaroo Island, Lake Gairdner, Fleurieu Peninsula, Mount Gambier, Murray River, and Coober Pedy


Western Australia is home to the city of Perth, which has grown through the centuries due to a boom in mining. The city alone houses many sites like Kings’ Park War Memorial, The Nostalgia Box, and Rottnest Island. Natural and more scenic sites include swimming with the stingrays at Hamelin Bay, feeding the dolphins at Monkey Mia, and driving through the Gibb River Road.


Because it is the largest territory in Australia, it is home to the largest part of the Australian Outback. So, you’d expect to visit very rugged sites like the Katherine Gorge, Kakadu, and Uluru-Kata Tjuta national Parks. Darwin, the youngest and more multicultural of Australia’s capital cities, is also located here. Here you can shop at the famous sunset Mindil Beach Markets and stroll through the Darwin Botanic Gardens.


Besides seeing the Tasmanian Devil, not the Looney Tunes character, some things to do on the island of Tasmania include a visit to Wine-Glass Bay, a trek through the Hastings Caves, a visit to Port Arthur, and sightseeing through the Bay of Fires.

You can explore Australia by visiting some places and for sure you must know english so you can go there due to english is general language that uses in Australia.