by Catherine NyoraniOct 10, 2021
One of the most beautiful places in Australia lies underwater. As one of the seven natural wonders of the world, the Great Barrier Reef is an iconic place to explore
Great Barrier Reef
Perched on Sydney Harbor are two architectural landmarks that characterize the city’s skyline; the iconic Opera House and the Sydney Harbor Bridge.
Rising 348 meters over Uluru-Kata National Park in the Northern territory is a humongous sandstone formation, Uluru.
the lake’s mysterious color (pink) is caused by a combination of aquatic microbes, algae, and halobacteria. The lake is also exceedingly salty.
The nation’s most stunning beaches are found in Perth, the capital city of Western Australia, where the Swan River empties its water into the southwest coast.
Phillip Island is home to gloriously white sandy beaches, motorsports, and coastal wildlife, all bundled up in a reclusive destination by the seaside.
Cradle Mountain is a hiker’s haven in the Tasmanian wilderness. With multiple walking trails, you’ll be spoilt for choice on how to traverse the virgin wilderness.
Untouched wilderness with expansive coastlines, calmly flowing rivers, rugged sandstone canyons, escarpments and natural caves.
National Geographic terms it the ‘last paradise’ in the Tasman Sea. DO NOT MISS THIS ONE.
Lord Howe Island
Are you looking for a beach with the whitest sand in the world? According to the Guinness Book of World Records, Hyam Beach is the one.
A vast expanse of wilderness blessed with extremely dramatic scenery. The Kimberley is sparsely populated, and the natural topography is as diverse as it is magnificent.