The first thing you will notice when you visit Australia is just how big the country is! It is actually really easy to simply get overwhelmed by the vast array of incredible opportunities that come your way.
Whether you are interested in exploring the landscape by means of a car, investigating the nooks and crannies of a major city by Uber, or learning to surf with your own two feet, you will find a hundred ways to do it, and so much more besides. This article will help get you started as you try to decide where to begin.
Find Your Way to Fraser Island
As fun as Australian open tennis betting may be, you don’t need to actually be in Australia to do it, thanks to web-based bookmakers, but a trip to Fraser Island is another story. Considered to be the biggest sand island on earth, there are a number of different ways to explore this incredible location.
The most popular one by far, however, is going on what is known as a tag-along tour. You will join a group of 20 or so other travellers, and explore the island in groups of six or seven in a very cool 4X4, with a guide leading the way.
Spend Some Time in Sydney
Sydney is the kind of place you could spend forever exploring. Ever changing, and always growing, there is so much to do, eat, see, and listen to that you will be tempted to limit your travel to this one place alone, so be careful!
You could spend some time at one of the beautiful beaches, like Bondi, Coogee, or Manly; take a hike up the Blue Mountains; get beneath the waves at the spectacular Sydney Aquarium; or go full tourist and get your selfie in with the Opera House or Harbour Bridge in the background.
Bounce Around the Beautiful Beaches
With a coastline that stretches for almost 37 00 kilometers, it is not surprising that the beaches in Australia are one of that country’s main attractions -all 11 011 of them!
Whether you want a city beach, like Sydney’s Bondi, or something more secluded, like sailing Whitsundays islands to get to Whitehaven Bay, Australia has something for everyone. Most of the beaches are open to the public, and there is an array of activities on offer at these locales as well, including jet-skiing, surfing, and skydiving.
Start Surfing and Explore the Ocean
Where better to learn how to ride the waves than in the sunny climes and warm seas Down Under? There are many different places and ways to learn, so you can choose to hire a surfboard yourself, and simply head to the beach and do your best, or you can sign up with an accredited surfing school and let a pro show you the ways of the waves.
The key to having an enjoyable trip to Australia, as you will no doubt already have realised, is to plan as thoroughly as you can beforehand, and then simply let loose and go with the flow!