New Bucket List Ideas
Getting to see platypus in the wild, an elusive Australian Native Animal, is high on the Bucket List for many tourists visiting Australia.
Visit Jervis Bay NSW for a perfect weekend getaway! Jervis Bay is known for its beautiful beaches, national parks and wildlife.
Every year Humpback Whales travel from Antarctica to the warmer waters of QLD to calve. If you are staying in Sydney, make sure you go whale watching in Sydney Harbour.
Although there are many seaside places for surfers along the Australian coastline, one destination that stands out is to go surfing in Yamba.
Have a sleeping experience like never before in a Coober Pedy underground hotel. Experience living underground in Australia.
Nitmiluk Gorge (Katherine Gorge), located just near the town of Katherine, is one of the highlights of a Northern Territory holiday.
Visiting The Great Stupa of Universal Compassion near Bendigo will leave you feeling relaxed and peaceful. The Great Stupa Bendigo is based on the famous Great Stupa of Gyantse in Tibet and its base is 50m square and is almost 50m high.
Visit Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary Brisbane to cuddle a koala & feed the kangaroos. The Brisbane koala park has a wide range of native animals.
Victoria’s Great Ocean Road is one of the world’s most iconic drives, winding over 240km along the southern coastline of Australia.
Visit Iron Range National Park on Queensland’s Cape York Peninsula for Cape York fishing, Chilli Beach camping and Cape York 4WD adventures.
Hiking in the Blue Mountains is an incredibly beautiful experience. With endless viewpoints and over 1,000 canyons, it’s a unique area full of flora and fauna including koala and kookaburra.
Take a 4WD adventure to Gunlom Falls and plunge pool (made famous in the Crocodile Dundee film) in the beautiful Kakadu National Park.
A Tasman Island cruise will take you along the breathtaking coastline near Port Arthur Historic Site and Eaglehawk Neck in southern Tasmania.
Visit Richmond Bridge Tasmania and walk across the stone arch bridge built in 1823 making it the oldest bridge in Tasmania and Australia.
Take a relaxing stroll through Bridestowe Lavender Farm and enjoy the fresh scent of lavender.