Travelers who globetrot the world each has their own agenda when it comes to adventures they want to experience. If you're planning your next trip to Australia, make it a point to not miss out on the spectacular landscapes on the fringe of modern cities.
Australia has a variety of experiences to cater to every traveler, even more so if you're a fan of the great outdoors. Its diverse natural environment includes many World Heritage Areas
Here are some of the unique things you can do Down Under, so get your itinerary out and pencil in these exciting activities and attractions:
Explore nature under the sea in Ningaloo Reef
If there’s only one place to spend in the water, then it has to be Ningaloo Reef. Ningaloo Marine Park is a World Heritage-listed site, found halfway up the West Australian coastline. The crystalline water harbours the world’s largest fringing reef, a 260-kilometre long coral reef swarming with turtles and tropical fish. The glass-clear water is shallow and there’s a lovely little current that gently pushes you along the water’s surface, so all you need to do is float and admire the coral scenery beneath you. Between August – November, you will also have the rare opportunity to swim with humpback whales in this region!
You can access the Ningaloo Reef via the Cape Range National Park near Exmouth or via Coral Bay. Visit the Ningaloo Visitor Centre for advice on the best snorkel spots.