What should I do in Austratlia?
I'm planning on taking a vacation around early April 2011. It should last about 10 days. I'm still not sure where in Australia I should go, or what to do while I'm there, where to stay or what to avoid. I've heard about Darwin, Brisbane and Sydney. Should I just pick one and stay there or perhaps there are tours or adventure trips, maybe even a cruiseline that I should use. I'd like to know times dates and costs for anything that's worth doing. If you've done it youreslf, what was the best or worst part of it? Thanks.
Do you prefer a city for shops night life or prefer adventure like snorkeling , boat trips etc ? I am in perth now , there are great trips out of here where you can walk out to the reef, see dolphins being fed,
I have been to Perth, Sydney and Brisbane. Personally I prefer Sydney, as it has a lot to offer, and it is very beautiful. I like especially the Sydney harbour cruise. The Blue Mountain is another great place to go. It also has nice beaches.
Brisbane has awesome beaches like the Gold Coast and Sunshine coast.
Why not fly to Sydney for a week, then on your way back, stop by Brisbane for a few days to enjoy the beaches there. Then, you can have both.
Google for it. Cost wise, it is about the same whichever city you go.
G'day from Australia! What you should do depends on what you're interested in. Be aware that Australia is a large country and to get from Sydney to Darwin etc you need to take a flight - unless you're up for a good few days driving... Queensland and the Great Barrier Reef is great for tropical sunshine and diving... If your adventurous, In Sydney you can Climb the Sydney Harbour Bridge and get an awsome view of the city. From beaches to the desert, there are many options depending on your interests... Hope you have a great trip!
I would suggest you will just stay in Sydney. In the city you will enjoy the nice attractions like Wildlife World, Bridge Climb, Powerhouse Museum and many more. In 10 days just explore the place.
I have only been to Western Australia so I can't really commend on the others. But if you are willing to give WA a chance, then head to http://hubpages.com/hub/My-ytip-to-Pert … -Australia for some tips!
Australia is so large that its the only country that is a continent. Therefore, it takes a lot of time to travel to and within the different states. If you have only 10 days, I suggest visiting just one or maximum two states. Sydney, Queensland and Tasmania are my favourites. Pick on or two - I am sure you will return back.
However, it all depends on what your interests are. If you love the Sydney tourist attractions or whether you like the marine life and water activities (snorkelling, scuba diving)- then the Great Barrier Reef is best. Or whether you like the relaxed rain forests for which Tasmania is the best. I live in Australia and love travelling around australia. Here is my website with lots of tips and information:
there are many worth visiting places in autralia ...
you can visit desert city and much more places...
source : http://blog.travelezze.com/experience-t … expedition
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