Best places to visit in Australia
You cannot miss the Opera house if you are in Australia. Sydney Opera House is a multi-venue arts centre located at the heart of Sydney, near Sydney Harbour. The building covers 4.4 acres of land; and 600 ft long and 394 ft wide. It is widely known for the great architectural work of the 20th century and masterpiece of human creation. In 2007, it was included on the UNESCO World Heritage List and it is considered the youngest cultural site to be included in this list.
For more info, please visit the Sydney Opera House website.
Parliament House which is located in the capital city of Australia is the meeting place for the Parliament of Australia. This building contains about 4,700 rooms, the Great Hall and various chambers. There are plenty of things to do if you visit here. It is located in the heart of Canberra city and can also be seen from Mt. Ainslie.
For more info, please visit the Visit Parliament website.
Australian War Memorial:
Australian War Memorial is Australia’s national memorial to the armed forces and its personnel who have died or participated in wars. This is located in Canberra, the capital city of Australia. It consists of three parts including the Commemorative Area, the Memorial’s galleries and Research Centre. It is open for visitors and we highly recommend this place to you as you will learn Australian history. To know more about the Australian War Memorial, please visit AWM official website.
Blue Mountains National Park:
One of the World Heritage-listed sites in Australia is Blue Mountains National Park which is located about a 50-minute drive from Sydney. It comprises a range of mountains and plateau which is beautiful to see. There are 6 areas in this park that includes the Katoomba area, the Blackheath area, Glenbrook area, Lower Grose Valley area, Mount Wilson area and Southern Blue Mountains area.
For more info, please visit the Blue mountains national parks official website.
Some of the other places to visit:
|Place name||Short Description/Why famous||Location||State|
|Lake Burley Griffin||It is located near the Australian Parliament House. It is famous because it is a beautiful lake that was artificially created and is named after Walter Burley Griffin, the American architect who designed Canberra city.||Canberra||ACT|
|Bondi Beach||Located in the east of Sydney CBD, it is one of the most beautiful beaches in Australia.||Sydney||NSW|
|Surfers Paradise||Surfers Paradise is the coastal suburb of the city of Goal Coast and it is an entertainment centre. It is famous for its wide surf beach with its 3-kilometre strip of golden sand.||Gold Coast|