5 Best Places to Visit in Australia

Australia is full of wilderness and natural treasures. most of the country is red sandy desert with low to no vegetation. so its difficult to find what to see and what not to in your next trip to Australia. we filtered 5 best places must see in Australia. Sacred Uluru rock, the Great Barrier Reef, Tasmania, Kakadu National Park and Kangaroo island in the south. while understanding tourists will visit any of the popular cities, but these wonderful places are worth spending your money to get here.


Uluru or Ayers Rock in Australia is a red natural rock formation, which is sacred to indigenous native Aborigine people in Northern Territory. This is one of the major landmarks and natural wonders of the country. Visitors can get here by 3.5 hours flight from Sydney. Watching it during sunrise and sunsets are popular. There is multiple option to stay and grab the moments with it.

Uluru. photo by Walkerssk

Great Barrier Reef

It’s the largest coral reef on earth. Great Barrier Reef 2300 km long Marine park in the Coral Sea. It can be reached from east coast of Queensland. It’s one of the natural wonders of world and also can be seen from space. There are many islands in the system, and some provides stay and spend time in the warm coral reefs. Scuba diving and snorkel are popular thing to do here.

Great Barrier Reef. photo by Gaby Stein


Tasmania is an Island south of Australia’s mainland. While much of the area of Tasmania is preserved, it has some of spectacular natural wilderness. Franklin-Gordon Wild Rivers National Park has some beautiful trails along waterfalls, Franklin river is also popular for white water rafting. Spotting penguins at the coasts or dolphins, while cruising or Tasmanian devils in the rain forests is a real adventure.

Tasmania. photo by pen_ash

Kakadu National Park

Kakadu national park is in the north of Australia in Northern Territory. This park is world heritage site and also the biggest national park in Australia. It is a historic site and has around 20,000 years old Aboriginal rock art. There are wetlands, swamps, rain forests, rivers and waterfalls even more in its treasures. Park is almost close to 2 hours’ drive from Darwin.

Kakadu National Park. photo by hbieser

Kangaroo Island

Little far from Adelaide in South Australia, Kangaroo Island is another natural place in Australia. Its connected by air and ferry from mainland. There are white sand beaches with sealions having sun break or spotting penguins along the coast. At the wildlife parks visitors can interact and feed kangaroos, spot Koalas and Wallabies. Island is rich in its wildlife.

Kangaroo Island. photo by Michael Baragwanath