Located in Victoria, the Great Ocean road is considered to be one of the most scenic and best driven roads in the world. Don’t miss Twelve Apostles, the spectacular formations of limestone stacks beside the stunning turquoise ocean. The 243 km ride from Torquay to Allansford is itself a blissful drive.
Things to see: Port Campbell National Park, Otway National Park, picturesque rain forest, hiking trails and scenic waterfalls. If you’re lucky enough, you could even spot some of Australia’s famous wildlife including kangaroos and emus.
Kakadu National Park, a World Heritage Site, is Australia’s largest national park. Second largest in the world, Kakadu is one of the world’s greatest places for witnessing wilderness and is one of the top most visited Australia tourist attractions.
Things to see: 300 different species of birds, aboriginal rock art, magnificent waterfalls, rivers, gorges, mangrove swamps as well as a fantastic diversity of wildlife including wallabies, saltwater crocodiles and dingoes.
Entry Fee: INR 1,756
Tips: Make sure you buy the tickets before hand to avoid any hassle during your trip.
The beautiful Blue Mountains National Park – another UNESCO World Heritage Site – is a popular day trip from Sidney. It is named after the blue haze emanating from the many eucalyptus trees, which is a spectacular panoramic view to behold! One of the most famous places in Australia, you must visit this park.
Things to see: Three Sisters – a sandstone rock formation towering 900 meters above the Jamison Valley, majestic views of gorges, paintings, and exotic wildlife species.
Things to do: Board the scenic glass roofed Katoomba Railway, the steepest passenger railway in the world through a cliff side tunnel, hiking, abseiling, rock climbing, mountain biking, and horseback riding.
Entry Fee: INR 562
Tips: Don’t forget to keep your camera with you for capturing the wow moments!
To book a tour (for germans) please visit : Travel Tours to Australia – Reisetouren nach Australien