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Top 5 Australia famous for

Updated on November 3, 2010

Australia famous for...

Australia is one of the most amazing and beautiful places in the world, a place which people must visit during their lifetime. There are so many famous things in Australia! Whatever your interests, whatever your ages, whatever your desires, there must be at least one you love in Australia! From Sydney Opera House, to the best beaches on the world. From the largest and most beautiful reef on the planet to the coolest kinds of animals, kangaroos or koalas. From the famous top-fashion UGG Boots to the legend person, Steve Irwin.

Australia will take your breath away, so continue to read…

1. Sydney Opera House

Sydney Opera House
Sydney Opera House

Talking of Auatralia, Sydney Opera House would be the first thing in people’s mind. That’s why some people mistaken Sydney as the captial of Auatralia. Actually the right answer is Canberra. Sydney Opera House must be one of the most recognisable images of the modern world - up there with the Eiffel Tower and the Empire State Building - and one of the most photographed. Sydney Opera House is not only a recognisable any more, it has come to represent 'Australia'. If you come to Auatralia, you would not miss that.

2. Best Beaches

Gold Coast
Gold Coast

Without saying, Australia is a massive island. And the beaches in this country are second to none that seems you have endless choice for which beach to head to. Beaches in the cities and towns are popular and will often be crowded with amateur surfers and city folks looking to cool off on the weekend. Bondi Beach is one of the world's most famous beaches. Backed by a row of the hippest cafes and shops, Bondi is not just a beach, it is a lifestyle!

The fabulous Gold Coast is Australia's leading holiday destination. The Gold Coast, located in sunny Queensland is a paradise of golden beaches, sparkling blue waters, vibrant nightlife, beachfront boulevards and 365 days of sunshine!

3. Great Barrier Reef

Great Barrier Reef
Great Barrier Reef

3. Great Barrier Reef

The Great Barrier Reef is one of the seven wonders of the natural world, Just viewing it from a great distance, you can understand why. It is larger than the Great Wall of China and it is the only living thing on earth which is visible from space.

Visiting one island of Great Barrier Reef is just enough to keep you coming back next time. You have the choice of over 100 islands, from unique and exotic islands to the Whitsundays and the remarkable Northern Islands. It is not exaggerated to say the Great Barrier Reef is totally a paradise.

4. Kangaroos or Koalas

Kangaroos
Kangaroos

Kangaroos and koalas are the best-known of Australia's many fascinating native animals. Both are survivors from a long time ago. The Kangaroo are a very intelligent species and hop around out on the prairies and fields while the Koalas, which are very unintelligent, live up in the trees and eat leaves. There have been many stuffed animals made that look like the kangaroo and koalas because kids love these animals and think they’re very adorable!

5. Australia UGG Boots

Australia UGG Boots
Australia UGG Boots

Originally worn by shepherds in Australia, Australia UGG Boots were worn by pilots, surfers and shearers in 1920' s around the WWI in Australia. Then Ugg boots became the favorites of surfers and swimmers whose feet got used to their coziness after the competitions. It is not until 2000 since Ugg boots are on the top list of Winfrey Oprah' s Favorite Things and the celebrities endorse them. Their features of warmth ,comfort, convenience ,fashion are proved by people. Now Australia UGG Boots become the fashion trend in the market. Women, kids, even men all love UGGs.

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