Although it’s sometimes true that beauty is in the eye of the beholder, there are many places whose allure is simply undeniable – especially here in Australia. From hidden enclaves in the hinterland to modern metropolitan marvels, this country’s got plenty of beauty to go around. We’ve pulled together this list of destinations that are generating the most buzz online for their good looks. In no particular order, here are Australia’s 25 most awe-inspiring spots. Now we are going to see some beautiful places in Australia. So, let’s start…
Hobart is a compact city, oozing with both modern and historic charm. Wander through colonial architecture and take in the vibrant energy of the creatives who choose to live here. Find pristine nature and artisanal produce, daring modern art and hip bars and restaurants. Hobart is a very special place. Tap into its eclectic magic.
Immerse yourself in the unique beauty of Tasmania with this tour that takes you to up Mount Wellington and over forest canopies on the Tahune AirWalk. With walking trails and swinging bridges as well, this guided adventure is an exhilarating way to experience the natural wonders of the region.
Hobart is the capital and most populous city of the Australian island state of Tasmania. With a population of approximately 221,000, it is Australia’s least populated state capital. Founded in 1803 as a penal colony, Hobart is Australia’s second oldest capital city after Sydney, New South Wales. The modern history of Hobart (formerly ‘Hobart Town’, or ‘Hobarton’) dates to its foundation as a British colony in 1803. Prior to British settlement, the area had been occupied for possibly as long as 35,000 years, by the semi-nomadic Mouheneener tribe, a sub-group of the Nuennone, or South-East tribe. The descendants of the indigenous Tasmanians now refer to themselves as ‘Palawa’. Your day starts with pickup from your hotel and a scenic drive along the Derwent River. As you pass by Salamanca Place and Battery Point, your guide details their pasts and introduces you to the history of the area. Continue your drive up to the summit of Mount Wellington, where you can pause to take in panoramic views stretching all the way to the D’Entrecasteaux Channel and even Bruny Island.
- Stunning views of Hobart from the summit of Mount Wellington
- Panoramic views over D’Entrecasteaux Channel & Bruny Island
- Historic buildings at Salamanca Place & Battery Point
- Swinging footbridges over the Huon & Picton Rivers
- Breathtaking walk above tree canopies on the Tahune AirWalk
Get ready for adventure in the Northern Territory’s capital. An exciting and unique part of the world, the Top End is rich in Indigenous culture and natural beauty. Not only does the Territory boast some of the planet’s most incredible wildlife, but the “tamed” parts of the city also offer superb restaurants, classy bars and luxe accommodation.
Darwin is situated at the top of Australia’s Northern Territory and is its capital city.
Darwin and the ‘Top End’ of the Northern Territory has a Wet and a Dry season. In the Wet, the rainfall brings spectacular waterfalls to life, wild flowers into bloom and some routes are made impassable. In contrast, in the Dry season, rain fall is virtually non-existent. you can do many things at Darwin. Let’s know about the highlights of it.
Visit the Mindil Beach Market at Sunset :
Sample a range of exotic cuisines and pick up beautiful handmade craft pieces at the Mindil Beach Sunset Market. Every Sunday and Thursday night, crowds gather on the shore of the Arafura Sea to watch the sun slip below the horizon, browse hundreds of stalls and enjoy the buskers.
Discover Natural Wonders at Litchfield National Park :
Explore the rich greenery of Litchfield, see towering termite mounds, swim near cascading waterfalls and take a boat ride on the Adelaide River to spot huge crocodiles. Relax and watch the sunset over prawns and sparkling wine before you return to your accommodation.
Cruise Around Darwin Harbour :
See the local marine habitats, shipwrecks, mangroves, sites of cultural significance and learn what happened when World War II came to Darwin. You may even be able to meet nesting or hatchling turtles on the Turtle Tracks tour between April and October.
Brisbane is the capital of and most populous city in the Australian state of Queensland, and the third most populous city in Australia. Brisbane’s metropolitan area has a population of 2.35 million, and the South East Queensland region, centred on Brisbane, encompasses a population of more than 3.5 million. The Brisbane central business district stands on the original European settlement and is situated inside a bend of the Brisbane River, about 15 kilometres (9 miles) from its mouth at Moreton Bay.
A river curving and curling its way around the landscape makes Brisbane one of the most unique capital cities in Australia. Brisbane came into being long before the state of Queensland was established, when intrepid Surveyor General John Oxley named the river he discovered after the Governor of New South Wales – Thomas Brisbane – in 1823.
Pack a hat and a bottle of sunscreen. With 12 months of sunshine filled days and clear blue skies, Brisbane has a climate that sets the scene for year-round alfresco activities. Even in the midst of a Brisbane winter you’ll be yearning to play in the parks and dine outdoors.
Located on Australia’s southwestern coastline, Perth is the country’s fourth-largest city and the capital of Western Australia. Isolated from other major cities in Australia, Perth has developed its own unique character. Although the area has been inhabited for thousands of years, there’s a youthful atmosphere and a fun-loving attitude in this city of nearly two million people. Perth is the capital and largest city of the Australian state of Western Australia. It is the fourth-most populous city in Australia, with an estimated population of 2.06 million (as of 30 June 2016) living in Greater Perth. Perth is part of the South West Land Division of Western Australia, with the majority of the metropolitan area located on the Swan Coastal Plain, a narrow strip between the Indian Ocean and the Darling Scarp. The first areas settled were on the Swan River, with the city’s central business district and port (Fremantle) both located on its shores.
Laid-back, liveable Perth has wonderful weather, beautiful beaches and an easy-going character. About as close to Bali as to some of Australia’s eastern state capitals, Perth combines big-city attractions and relaxed, informal surrounds, providing an appealing lifestyle for locals and lots to do for visitors. It’s a sophisticated, cosmopolitan city, with myriad bars, restaurants and cultural activities all vying for attention. When you want to chill out, it’s easy to do so. Perth’s pristine parkland, nearby bush, and river and ocean beaches – along with a good public-transport system – allow its inhabitants to spread out and enjoy what’s on offer.
Melbourne is the capital and most populous city of the Australian state of Victoria, and the second-most populous city in Australia and Oceania. The name Melbourne refers to an urban agglomeration spanning 9,900 km2 (3,800 sq mi), which comprises the broader metropolitan area, as well as being the common name for its city centre. The metropolis is located on the large natural bay of Port Phillip and expands into the hinterlands towards the Dandenong and Macedon mountain ranges, Mornington Peninsula and Yarra Valley. Melbourne consists of 31 municipalities. It has a population of 4,641,636 as of 2016, and its inhabitants are called Melburnians.
You can do many things at Melbourne. This city has many things and you can also enjoy yourself such as Wander through Melbourne’s laneways, Shop like a local, Dine at famous eateries, Sip cocktails at a rooftop bar, Discover why Melbourne is regarded as the world’s sporting capital, Be tempted by sweet treats on Acland Street , Explore Melbourne’s vibrant arts and culture etc.