If you're looking for some extraordinary experiences to add to your bucket list, definitely check out Australia - a place that never, never disappoints. Incredible sand, surf, sun, food, wildlife, and some of the best damn scenery you'll probably ever see in your entire life. It's quite literally impossible to regret any form of Australian travel, especially if you include any of these blockbuster experiences...
Snorkeling the Great Barrier Reef
The world’s largest coral reef, the Great Barrier Reef is a must-see for anyone who loves exploring the underwater world. Larger than the Great Wall of China and the only living thing on earth visible from space, the reef is a thing of impossible beauty, but just remember, DON’T TOUCH IT.
Catching some waves at Surfer's Paradise
Surfer’s Paradise is more than just a beach destination – with buzzing nightlife, golden beaches, and high-rise buildings, this is THE place to go to surf, sleep, rave, repeat.
Seeing the sun rise over Uluru (Ayers Rock)
Listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site, this natural landmark in Australia is a large sandstone formation, where visitors can watch the sun rise over the “Rock,” a place of spiritual significance for the local Aṉangu.
Sailing the Whitsundays
Hop aboard a yacht to sail the Whitsundays, or stay on dry land and find yourself jetskiing, parasailing, or playing beach volleyball. Swing by Whitehaven Beach, one of the top ten beaches in the world, and prepare to be amazed.
Soaring over Alice Springs in a hot air balloon
“The Alice” is most famous for its remote location, Aussie characters, and aboriginal art. At dawn you can soar over the desert and MacDonnell Ranges of Alice Springs, or get up close to native wildlife at a reptile park.
Trekking the rainforests of Fraser Island
Experience the tropical side of Australia, with rainforests, sand dunes and freshwater lakes at Fraser Island, a World Heritage Listed 800,000 year old sand bar.
Getting Up Close with Koalas at Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary
Who else would be able to say they hugged a koala if it wasn’t for Australia? Visitors to the Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary can cozy up with koalas, check out kangaroos, and walk amongst wombats.