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Best Places to Visit in Australia in 2018

  • 01 Brunswick Street, Fitzroy

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    One of the best street markets in Melbourne, Brunswick Street in Fitzroy, shows cultural integrity at its best. Nomads and professionals are found in large numbers here enjoying music, dance and food with a large heartedness that is rare to find anywhere else.


    Highlights –
    At the heart of bohemian culture, Brunswick Street is where live music shows, tarot readers, art & music studios and many more such eccentric lifestyles can be found in addition to the usual stalls There are lots of clubs and bars here, which means, the street gets into a new groove during the nights. Experience nightlife at this place if you get the chance to do so.

    Location –
    Between Victoria Parade & St. Georges North; this market is 2km long.

    Famous for –
    Close to 200 businesses including cafes,bars, restaurants, fashion, entertainment, wines, speciality shops, heath& wellness, personal care, jewellery, household and gifting stores.

    Timings –
    Varies as per shops.

  • 02 Altona Beach

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    Are you looking for a quiet beach to enjoy the serenity of the waters with great peace & tranquillity? Altona Beach, in Melbourne, is the right choice for you.

    Highlights –
    This is not only one of the quietest but also one of the cleanest beaches of Melbourne, which makes it great for swimming for kids as well. Earlier, the beach waters were filled with seaweeds. However, a mass level of cleaning happened and today, the waters are crystal-clear. Altona Pier,which is 500m long, crosses this beach, making it an ideal picnic spot. There are lots of restaurants and small eateries along the shores of the beach.

    Location –
    About 25minutes away from Central Business District of Melbourne and 500m away from Altona Railway Station.

    Activities –
    Swimming, walking, kite-surfing, etc.

  • 03 Arcades and Laneways

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    There are lots of spacious arcades and hidden lanes in Melbourne that are still not explored by many tourists. These hidden gems can be unravelled only through exclusive tours that solely focus on hunting for these lanes & arcades and bring them to the eyes of the public.

    Highlights – When you come to Melbourne, set some time aside exclusively to discover more about the hidden/lesser-known/unexplored lanes that will surprise you to a great extent. There are various walking tours available to take you through all these lanes in the city.

    Half day tours usually start from a particular place with the guide explaining about the history and moving over to various laneways for morning tea, chocolate tasting etc.

    Location – Federation Square, Degraves Street, Majorca Building, Centre Place, Centre Way, Block Arcade, Block Place, Royal Arcade etc. are some places covered.

    Timings – All through the year.

     Price – Around AUD73per person.

  • 04 Alexandria Outlets

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    A paradise for all the shopaholics where you will get a chance to shop from all your favourite brands. A train journey to Green square would be just perfect for you to explore all the stores that line Mcevoy Street. Moreover, you will find some interesting bargains in outlets like Seafolly, Puma, New Balance, Cotton On, Morrisey and David Lawrence. You can find some interesting kitchenware, cafes and restaurants too. It will take approximately one one and a half day to complete the shopping expedition.

    Location: 39/37-41 Doody St.

  • 05 Australian Centre for the moving image

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    Stories that transport you, ideas that transform you at the Australian Centre for the Moving Image (ACMI).Immerse yourself in the world of film, television and digital culture in ACMI's permanent free exhibit, Screen Worlds. As the home of Melbourne's best and most popular film festivals, great Australian and international cinema and regular screenings for seniors, kids, and lovers of cult classics, ACMI presents an unparalleled annual calendar. Venture into the world's largest screen gallery to discover inspirational exhibitions all year round, watch quality films in state-of-the-art cinemas or take part in lively discussions with television and film personalities at one of the many screen culture events. Visit the ACMI Shop, the ultimate store for film buffs or relax in ACMI Cafe & Bar overlooking Federation Square. The Australian Centre for the Moving Image is a state-of-the-art facility purpose-built for the preservation, exhibition, and promotion of Victorian, Australian and International screen content in all forms.


  • 06 Centennial Park

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    The Centennial park land in Sydney is a very historically and culturally important place. It is one of the world's biggest park lands. It covers three major parks, Queens park, Moore park and Centennial park. It is filled with fun and surprises and is an activity intense park land with lots to do including Picnics, BBQ's, horse riding and pony rides, playground, bird watching, rollerblading and many other impromptu events. It is filled with sports and athletics happening all around with more than 560000 sports man making the parkland its home. The Centennial park land has over 35 sports venues.

    Location: It is located in the eastern suburbs of Sydney.

    Highlight: Its main features are the sports facilities and nature trails that can be enjoyed here. The Centennial park land is also called as the 'lungs of Sydney'.

    Best time to visit: September to November, March to May

  • 07 Macquarie Street

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    Named after Lachlan Macquarie, an early governor, Macquarie street is the eastern-most street of Sydney's central business district. It was designed as a ceremonial district starting from the Harbor to the vast areas of Hyde Park and the Domain. Lachlan Macquarie, a visionary in his own right, along with convict architect Francis Greenway designed and constructed many of Sydney's magnificent public buildings. It is regarded as the symbol of an informal governmental and public precinct. Macquarie Street was also known as the Harley Street of Sydney.

    Location - Macquarie Street starts south of Circular Quay, near Opera House to the Parliament House. Circular Quay, Martin Place and St James provide easy options to reach Macquarie Street. Sydney Explorer Bus stops at Macquarie St opposite the library is a way to reach Macquarie Street.

    Highlights: A visual delight for the architecturally inclined, Macquarie street boasts of many wonderful buildings including - The Sydney Hospital, State Library of New South Wales, Parliament House, Hyde Park Barracks, St. James' Church and St. Mary's Church.

    Best time to visit - September to November or March to May are the ideal times to visit Macquarie street.

  • 08 Sea World Gold Coast

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    Having inaurgated in 1958, the Sea World Gold Coast is an iconic oceanarium and theme park which has been a point of attraction for people across the country and beyond. Going through several remodelling and developments today the park is a destination of plethora of amusement and activities which includes thrill rides, animals, water park, family entertainment and a host of other activities. Some of the popular entertainment shows here includes Dolphin Cove, Polar Bear Shore, Shark Bay, Penguin Point, Seal Harbour and prominent activities include storm coaster ride, sea viper roller coaster, Viking Flume, entertainment at Beach Break Bay and many others. The Jet Ski stunt performance is truly awe striking. It’s an absolute delightful place to spend with friends and family. The park is open everyday except on Xmas day.

    Location: Main Beach, Brisbane, Queensland

    Timings: 9:30am to 5:30pm 

  • 09 Mothers Beach

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    As the name suggests, Mothers Beach is a favorite amongst locals because of its family friendly nature and safe shallow waters. An hour’s drive from Melbourne’s CBD, Mothers Beach is sheltered by towering cypress trees and has a number of BBQ and picnic facilities that make for a great day out with the family. On the Mornington Peninsula, one is lucky enough to have some of Victoria's best bay and back beaches that are separated by a small stretch of land in between. Some of the beaches are only accessible via coastal walking tracks within National Parks whilst others are located near the main shopping strip along Point Nepean Road. Mothers Beach is below the Mornington Park and playground so it can be easier to get parking and it overlooks the Mornington pier. There are also toilets and BBQ's. One of the Mornington’s three beaches north of the jetty, this is a stand-out for its family friendly safe swimming and shallow waters. It has a lovely stretch of clean sand and there are picnic tables and barbecues under shady trees.

  • 10 Melbourne Cricket ground

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    The Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) is located a short distance from Melbourne's city center in the Melbourne Sports Precinct at Yarra Park, which also includes the Rod Laver Arena, Hisense Arena, and AAMI Park. With a total capacity of 100,000 people, the Melbourne Cricket Ground is the largest stadium in Australia, the tenth-largest stadium in the world, and the world's largest stadium for playing cricket. The Melbourne Cricket Ground has been the scene of many great sporting events and 'firsts' in Australian sporting history since being built in 1853, just 19 years after the founding of the City of Melbourne itself. It is the home of the Melbourne Cricket Club (MCC), the oldest sporting club in Australia. In 1877 the first game of Test cricket in history was played between Australia and England at the Melbourne Cricket Ground. In 1971, the ground hosted the first One Day International cricket match. The Boxing Day Test match on Boxing Day (26 December) each year attracts huge crowds. In winter, it serves as the home of Australian Rules football (AFL). The stadium fills to capacity for the AFL Grand Final in late September.


  • 11 State Library of Victoria

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    A Melbourne landmark and cultural icon, the State Library is a magnificent 19th-century building with some of the city’s most beautiful heritage interiors. With its majestic domed ceiling, the La Trobe Reading Room is a library highlight. Don’t miss the two free, permanent exhibitions: Ned Kelly’s armor in the changing face of Victoria, and trace the history of books in Mirror of the World. Free guided tours are also available. The State Library's collections include over two million books, hundreds of thousands of pictures, newspapers, maps and manuscripts, and masses of audio, video, and digital material – all reflecting the culture of Victoria over the past 150 years. You can also enjoy fabulous artworks and exhibitions by visiting one of the free galleries: the Keith Murdoch Gallery, Cowen Gallery, and Dome Galleries. You can also see what's showing on the media wall in Experimedia.

  • 12 Story Bridge

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    One of the most innovative and unique way of exploring Brisbane is through the adventurous sport Story Bridge. It is soft adventure so all enthusiasts can enjoy the game though child below 10 years of age is not allowed to participate. It is one of the breathtaking experiences but shows off the city in the most pictorial that touches the heart and makes it a memorable stunt. It’s a two hour experience where one reaches the superstructure of the bridge at a height of 80m and experiences a 360 degree fascinating view of the city and the ever beautiful Brisbane River.

    Though all people can experience this adventure but it is advisable for people with heart problems and height phobia to avoid the stunt. The climb is guided by exclusive commentary by an experienced climber so that the journey becomes smooth and more entertaining. 

  • 13 Cultural Centre

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    Based across the river, close to the South Bank, lies the extensive Culture Centre Complex which s described as the epitome of cultural significance in Brisbane. The complex includes the sprawling structures of Queensland Art Gallery and Gallery of Modern Art (or QAGOMA), Queensland Museum, the State Library, Queensland Theatre Company and not to forget Queensland Performing Art Centre. The concert halls and the galleries remains well filled with regular footfalls, especially with events organised in these centres. Exhibitions, debates, talks, musical performances, film screenings, theatre, drama all are scheduled in this location making t one of the sought after destination for the natives as well as the visitors. There are so many things to explore in this location that spending some good hours in this location is always entertaining.

    Location: Stanley Place, South Bank, Brisbane, Queensland 

  • 14 Toorak Road

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    This is one of the luxury street markets in Melbourne and you should be ready to loosen your purse strings a bit, when you want to shop for something here.

    Highlights –
    Toorak is one of those suburbs in Melbourne where you will find luxury everywhere right from the huge palatial buildings that people own here down to the designer outlets that have put up their shops here. Shopping here is a far cry when compared to shopping in the other busy street markets of Melbourne. Most of the times, people come here only for window-shopping as it costs a huge sum of money to even dine in one of the restaurants here.

    Location –
    Toorak suburb.

    Famous for – Children’s stores, Florists, Handbags, Footwear, Art Galleries, Jewellery, Men’s and Women’s fashion stores, sports & recreation, gifting outlets, cake shops, restaurants, live music shows and many more.

    Timings – Varies as per shops.

  • 15 Westfield Sydney

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    Tourists love shopping and Westfield is the best shopping center present in Sydney. The place was opened in the year 2010 and the rush never seems to slow down. The whole place is operated by Scentre group. The place went through a huge redevelopment process and after that there has been many new stores opened up.

    Location: Westfield is located right below the Sydney Tower in the Sydney central business district. It is also very near to the Westfield Sydney Central Plaza so getting around other famous places is hassle free as well.

    Highlights: There are more than 361 stores and services in the shopping center so you can purchase from a wide range of collections here. You will also find some of the high end luxury stores like Guess, Esprit and Cue in the place. The Pit Street Mall is also here, which is supposedly one of the most expensive shopping streets in the world.

  • 16 Perth

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    Being the capital city of Western Australia, Perth is designated as one of the best cities to live. Flushing with money from mining, this beautiful city is based on the south west coast is a thriving rich place with a modern outlook. The sterling beaches and the meandering Swan River form the source of many activities and the greatest attraction of this place. One can enjoy sailing, swimming, kayaking, canoeing, fishing, boating, diving and many other things that guarantee entertainment unlimited.

    Camping at the national parks and visiting Rottnest Island is also quite entertaining here. Some of the major attractions here include King’s Park, Botanical Garden, Perth Zoo, Hillarys Boat Harbour, Aviation Museum, St Mary’s Cathedral Cultural Centre and many others. Cycling through the bike tracks beside the Swan River is one of preferred pastime of people here. 

  • 17 Elwood Beach

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    Located in the small suburbs of Elwood, this beach has undergone a complete transformation in the recent past to look swanky and clean with all kinds of facilities today.

    Highlights –
    Elwood Beach is one of the largest reserves and open areas in Elwood suburb. It is a perfect location to bring kids to, as there are many activities to indulge in during the weekends and sunrise hours. Recently, the DSE (Department of Sustainability & Environment) invested close to 3millionAUD to completely redevelop the beach. Today, the beach has great fridges, vegetation that is cared for, storm water-filtering techniques, sports & recreational clubs, kiosks, restaurants and all other basic amenities.

    Location -
    8km south of Melbourne CBD.

    Activities –
    Life-Saving Club, Sailing Club, Football Club, swimming, surfing, fishing and wind-surfing (allowed at Point Ormond). Apart from this, fitness enthusiasts make use of the well-constructed walking, jogging and biking tracks of this beach to sweat it out during the early morning hours.

  • 18 Chadstone shopping complex

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    Chadstone Shopping Centre is a super regional shopping center located in the southeastern suburb of Malvern East, Victoria in the city of Melbourne, Australia and is the biggest shopping center. Chadstone Shopping Centre is a great place for fashion and there's no better way to experience it all than to take a trip to Chadstone - The Fashion Capital. International designers of the caliber of A/X Armani Exchange, FCUK, Oroton, Max Co., Mecca Cosmetica and Polo Ralph Lauren sit alongside local labels like Alannah Hill, Anthea Crawford, Carla Zampatti, Trent Nathan and Saba. Sass and Bide, Collette Dinnigan and Princess Highway can be found exclusively at David Jones. Aero, Bracewell, Brave and Bettina Liano are exclusive at Myer. But style doesn't stop there. Chadstone - The Fashion Capital houses just under 400 stores; Major Stores include Myer, David Jones, Target, JB Hi-Fi, Borders Books Music Cafe, AMF Bowl, Coles, Bi-Lo, Kmart and Toys 'R' Us. As well as all the biggest names in fashion, Chadstone also offers entertainment for the whole family. Located on the lower level of the Centre is a precinct designed entirely for fun.

  • 19 Bondi Junction Westfield

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    What makes this shopping centre different from the rest of them in Australia is Westfield Bondi Junction. It has over 400 speciality store and several departmental store too such as David Jones and Myer. One can also get a chance to shop from their favourite brands such as Zara, Harvey Norman and Rebel Sport. Some of the other brands cover some other known brands such as Louis Vuitton, Chanel, Gucci, Tiffany, Bally, Dior and other well-known brands too.

    Location: 500 Oxford Street, Bondi Junction NSW 2022.

  • 20 St. Patrick's Cathedral

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    Mother Church of the Catholic Archdiocese of Melbourne and one of the architectural glories of Melbourne’s St.Patrick’s is an integral part of Melbourne, and its history tells us much about the State’s birth and growth. Situated on the fringe of the city grid, close enough to the heart of Melbourne to be a powerful presence and breathe with a life of its own. The beauty of the Cathedral speaks of the glory of God. It's peace reaches to our innermost heart, and its welcome to those who pass by is a God who is ever compassionate to us, his people. We are delighted to share a precious part of our faith, culture, and heritage with you. The original front door of St Patrick's Cathedral was a double-arched doorway with a pillar dividing it. This was removed before 1868. Its replacement was considered too narrow for ceremonial processions, and it too was replaced by the present doorway in 1939. Melbourne’s St Patrick’s Cathedral, which stands majestically on Eastern Hill, has long established itself as a church edifice of superb grandeur and arguably one of the truly significant cathedrals of the world.


  • 21 National Zoo and Aquarium

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    I enjoyed winding through the installation and seeing a decent vary of animals from Australia and around the world. You’ll be able to get quite near the small cities- just like the penguins and therefore the meerkats- and want you're a part of their world for a minute. I got amazingly near a hyena too - he lay down right next to the glass that backs onto the vivarium.

    The National installation and vivarium aren't low cost to go to if you're coming up with an occurrence visit; therefore, the animals have superb habitats. Nice use of plants and streams through the installation, with sensible aggregation for the path and benches here and there for taking a possibility. You'll be able to book into accommodation right at the installation or book into a special event like ' meet the cheetahs'. Once you pay, you'll be able to keep all day if you would like.

    Location: 999 Lady Denman Drive, Canberra 2611, Australia.

  • 22 Art Gallery of South Australia

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    For all the lovers of art, The Art Gallery of South Australia is an ideal location to visit. Housing some of the best art collections of the country in one of the most elite buildings, the art gallery is located in North Terrace of Adelaide. Being a landmark of the city and based close to University of Adelaide, and Australian Museum this place is visited by more than 7,00,000 visitors almost every year.

    The collection of the gallery includes about 38,000 art works from various places including Asia , North America, Europe and Australia. The gallery showcases art works of different genres inclusing painting, photography, drawing, sculpture, metalworks, jewellery and many others. From Renaissance till the modern day the art gallery is a complete storage of multiple creative works. The entry is free for all and it is open on all days from 10am to 5pm.

    Location: North Terrace, Adelaide 

  • 23 Queen Victoria Building (QVB)

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    Queen Victoria Building is also popularly known as QVB among locals and tourists. It was built in the late 19th century replacing the old Sydney original site. This beautiful architecture is 30 meters wide and 190 meters long. QVB occupies the entire George, Market, York and Druitt Streets. In 1987, the new market building was honored to Queen Victoria for her glorious reign which marked her diamond jubilee.


    Location: Queen Victoria Building is located at 455 George Street, Sydney, New South Wales in Australia. Public transport is easily accessible to reach this destination.

    Highlights: Queen Victoria statue is placed in front of the Druitt Street entrance. The building has four main shopping floors and many memorials along with historic displays. The building consisted of concert halls, coffee shops, offices, showrooms, city library and a variety of trade people are accommodated

    Best time to visit: The shopping center is open daily from 9:00 am to 6:00 pm and on Sunday from 11:00 am to 5:00 pm.

  • 24 Lockyer Valley

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    Based on the western part of Brisbane, and eastern part of Toowamba, Lockyer Valley is a beautiful stretch of rich farmlands. It is one of the most fertile farming areas of the world. The place is also known as the “Salad Bowl” of Australia since a varied range of fruits and vegetables are grown here. The place is quite close to Brisbane city and takes about an hour drive only. The best part of visiting the Lockyer Valley region is experiencing the road side stalls and even trying the local produce straight from the farm gates.

     Laidley Butchery based here is quite popular for experiencing the delicious treat of bacons. One can also visit the local markets where the natives sell some of the home made eateries like jam, chutney etc absolutely fresh from the farm produce. Leisure walks along the lakeside is equally beautiful where one can enjoy the peaceful serenity that rejuvenates the mind. Local exhibitions and cultural events are common here. 

  • 25 Flower Drum

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    In China, “Flower Drum” is known as a traditional dance famous for its beauty and elegance. In Melbourne, it is a Chinese restaurant that displays the same elements of refinement and delicacy through our concept of fine dining Cantonese cuisine and dedicated service. Flower Drum, the restaurant, is a place that believes in combining great food, fine wine and impeccable service for a unique dining experience each and every time. Flower Drum offers private dining to accommodate guests from 12 up to 50 for functions and events with menus created specifically to meet individual needs. With two rooms on offer, the private rooms are ideal for business functions, birthdays or family gathering. Largest Banquet Room can be booked for functions ranging from 20 guests up to 50. The room can fit five round tables or one long oval table up to 25 guests. The Private Dining rooms do have minimum spend requirements as well as a booking deposit in order to secure the room for the date requested. Flower Drum Chinese restaurant in Melbourne CBD has aged over the decades and also Flower Drum is celebrating 30 years in its current location.

  • 26 Candy's Apartment

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    The Candy Apartment is an age old music club where people like to groove to cult music. The club is known to have pushed limits on the music tracks that they play.

    Highlights: You can get to hear both Rock, Hip-Hop, House and Electro and if you are lucky enough, you can also get a chance to listen to some party tunes too. This underground music night club will give you a chance to have some unforgettable memories and lets you come back to this place again and again. And since the nightclub has always been underground away from the sunlight so it is one of the most appropriate opportunities to have some real fun. This place is also considered to be a place which influences music trends in Sydney.

    Location: 22 Bayswater Road, Potts Point New South Wales.

    Price: $20 is the entry fee.

  • 27 Scitech Discovery Centre

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    Scitech Discovery Centre located at Sutherland Street, close to King’s Park at the city centre displays some of the best theories on science and technology through exhibitions, events and activities. Taking participation from all the visitors this is absolutely entertaining as well as educational that all can enjoy. There are separate sections on space and galaxy and the world of physics s been explored firsthand here.

     One can actually enjoy the versatility of science which is known to have many standpoints that can provide entertainment to people of all ages. It is actually a great value entertainment and a place to get huge knowledge. There are restaurant and in house cafes where one can enjoy snacks and other refreshment. The place is a fascinating location and a must visit for all. 

  • 28 St Peter's Cathedral

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    St Peter’s Cathedral is a major landmark of Adelaide. Located at the edge of Pennington Terrace and King William Road, this Cathedral has beautiful architecture and a mix of modern and traditional stain glass windows. Inside the building you can feel the holiness of worship, choirs, incense and candles.

    Highlights: There are experienced tour guides to help you understand the history and importance of the cathedral. They will also explain about the religious significance of different artworks inside the cathedral. Next to the main entrance of the cathedral, you can find a small gift shop from where you can purchase the souvenir of your visit.

    Location: The St Peter’s Cathedral is just 5 minutes drive away from Rundle Mall.
    Timing: 9:30 AM to 4:00 PM from Monday to Saturday and 12:30 PM to 4:00 PM on Sunday.

    Price: The price per head for the commercial tours is $5.00. 

  • 29 Adelaide

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    Being the fifth largest city of Australia, the proud city of Adelaide was primarily founded by Britain immigrants at the foothills of Mount Lofty. Adelaide today has been progressed and the prosperity is majorly based on agriculture and mining industries. The greatest attraction of Adelaide is the awe striking private mansions, the grand public buildings, museums, galleries, gardens and lovely opera with flourishing music.

    For the lovers of sea side attraction there is Glenalg, a seaside village away from the city hustle. One can enjoy relaxing ambience amidst harmony of nature. Even wildlife can be explored in Adelaide with the popular Adelaide Zoo and Cleland Wildlife Park and enjoying the sight of Aussie animals. Apart from this North Terrace, State Library, South Australia Museum, Art Gallery of South Australia all are famous sightseeing spots of the city. 

  • 30 Mermaid Beach

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    Mermaid Beach is a suburb in the Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia that lies next to the Broad Beach. There is a perfect blend of dining options for the visitors ranging from Asian to Australian cuisines. It has three fantastically themed 18-hole courses at Putt Putt Mermaid Beach. Not only this, there are waterways, jungle trail, and much more. Here you can encounter exotic animals, experience water rides, conquer motorized experiences, and have the times of your life. The accommodation options available at the Mermaid Beach are many. The top on the list are Caravan Parks, apartments, Hedge’s Avenue, Millionaire’s Row, and also there are certain beachfront properties where visitors can reside during their trip. The things to do list at this beach is not a short one as well. Highlights: You can play mini golf at the Putt Putt Golf Course, play Jungle trail, fun run, or eat at BSKT café.

  • 31 Currumbin Beach

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    Currumbin a coastal suburb of Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia is another major tourist attraction. With a population of around 2,785, it has the iconic Currumbian Wildlife Sanctuary that hails tourists all over the world. The major attraction why people would love to come over here is the Swell Sculpture Festival that is held along the Oceanway between Currumbin Creek and Elephant Rock. This festival is famous for the Artwork that is displayed on private and public places across the Gold Coast region. Exotic animals like fish at the Haley Park, mother seal and pup along the Oceanway, pelicans along Currumbin Creek’s bank, and a horse in the park at Broad beach can be found here. Also, there is a metal goddess within Reedy Creek’s subdivision accompanied by a ship on Danger Point.

    Swell Sculpture Festival, Gold Coast Titans Club, and Gold Coast Rugby League, The Bin Short Film Festival.

  • 32 The Rockpools

    Situated in the heart of the city Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia, Then Rockpools is a famous children’s water park of Gold Coast. It is exactly located in the south port of the Gold Coast having attractions like large playground for kids, jumping pillow, and much more like a man made creek and water jets. Ample of parking space is available at the Broadwater Parklands, which is situated at the traffic lights and intersecting point of Marine Parade and Nind Street in Southport. In addition, here is a pay and display car park, which is available at very affordable prices. The Rockpools can be used for free and for the safety of the visitors, lifeguards are at service. Basic utilities like toilets and changing facilities are available as well. Other facilities like Boardwalk, Barbeques, Picnic tables, scooter facility, showers, disability toilets are also an added consideration.

     Highlights: Rockpool Café.

  • 33 Snapper Rocks

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    A small rocky perforation on the northern side of the Point Danger, Snapper Rocks is situated at the southern end of Rainbow Bay on the Gold Coast. It is counted as the most popular surf beach of Gold Coast as it has appropriate conditions for board riders. The amazing Quicksilver pro surfing tour takes place at the Snapper Rocks beach every year and visitors from all over the world gather here in large and large numbers and fulfill their love for surf sports. This place is best for the surfer’s at the time of south-easterly swell due to its super clean waves and the best barrels of the Gold Coast region. Another famous thing here that attracts the tourists every year is the Super-Bank, a well-known man made surf break, letting the surfers to catch a wave to the Coolangatta Beach.

    Highlights: Quicksilver pro surfing tour, Super Bank.

  • 34 G: link

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    Also famous by the name Gold Coast Light Rail, G: link is the light rail system serving the city of Gold Coast in Queensland, Australia. It is a 13-kilometer 16-station line connecting the Broad Beach and the Gold Coast University Hospital. It contains 14 air-conditioned trams each having a capacity to carry 309 passengers. These trams have ample of space for prams as well as wheelchairs and include surfboard racks feature. It operates every 7.5 minutes at peak times. The time that it operates is from 5 am to midnight on weekdays, and 24 hours on weekends i.e. Friday and Saturday nights. The G: Link route takes the tourists to some of the major attractions of Gold Coast like Southport CBD, Griffith University, New Gold Coast Aquatic Centre, Gold Coast Convention and Exhibition Centre, Pacific Fair, and Broadwater Parklands.

     Highlights: air-conditioned trams, space for prams and wheelchairs, covering destinations of Gold Coast.

  • 35 Port Beach

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    Relish the powdery sand, crystal sparkling water, and tiny water waves. Located in north of Fremantle,Port Beach is close to the huge rock wall at the northern edge of Fremantle Port. As is the name of this,so to continue the feel of port there is an empty area across the road that is full of fuel tanks, containers, and old mill. These containers are kept ready to be loaded onto ships and trucks. From the beach, you can easily see the red, black, and white cranes of harbor.

    The best time to visit here is during the summer season and if you want to get that picture-perfect conditions with cool breeze, you can go there between 10:30am to 2pm. Highlights: The things and activities that attract tourists to port beach are swimming, walking along the beach side, bike rides, and Restaurant Salt that serves delicious food.

  • 36 The Brisbane River

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    The longest river based in the south west part of Queensland is the beautiful Brisbane River. One of the preferred places to visit in Brisbane is experiencing the Brisbane Riverwalk, a water highway amidst the scenic beauty of the city. One can enjoy a gala view of the city as well as the sounds of rippling waters which makes the stroll more fascinating. The track is much popular for the pedestrians and the cyclists jutting down the way.

     The walkway is about 870m long above the river and what more the distinguished pathways are for both cyclists and pedestrians. About 3.5m path is dedicated for cycling and about 2.5 m for walking. There are few rest shelters on the way which makes the walk more attractive lessening the tiredness of the walk. The stretch is from New Farm area and ends at Howard St Wharves.

  • 37 Moreton Island

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    One of the most popular and preferred Sand Island, based at about 25kms off Brisbane banks is the ever beautiful Moretan Island. It is the largest sand island in the world with loads of activities and unlimited scenic panorama to entertain the visitors. Pristine beaches, fascinating sand dunes, abundant growth of wild flowers and exotic scenic beauty forms the natural surroundings of the location.

     The best part is one can do a lot of entertaining activities here like feeding the dolphins with nearly 600 bottlenose dolphins housed here, diving or snorkelling in the beautiful yet mysterious wrecks , experience whale watching and also go fishing to have some unique experiences. Other activities popular here includes sand tobogganing and quad biking. It’s a magnificent location to enjoy with friends and family and be entertained in the best way possible. 

  • 38 Mount Coot-tha Botanic Gardens

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    Mount Coot- Tha Botanic gardens is based at a height of 287metres from the sea level, at a distance of mere 15 minutes drive from the city centre. The location is based close to in the popular tourist destinations Sir Thomas Brisbane Planetarium. One can also view the exotic Moreton Bay Islands from here. To reach the destination one can fetch a bus from Adelaide St which bang opposite King George and the bus drops off before Botanical garden. The place is a beautiful 52 hectare garden offering a picturesque venue to enjoy and photo shoot. Entry in the garden is free and there are free guided tours every day except Sunday from 11am to 1pm. There are licensed cafe and restaurant present in the premises which can be visited for refreshments. The capacity of the restaurant is nearly 150 people so one can enjoy dining with lovely Australian cuisine amidst natural surroundings

    Location: Mt Coot Tha Rd, Brisbane 

  • 39 Museum of Brisbane

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    Located in King George Square, at the top of Brisbane city Hall, lies the beautiful Museum of Brisbane, overlooking the fascinating views of City Hall with its popular clock tower and its copper dome. The museum artistically presents different aspects of the city with prominence on its historical identity and cultural values through a mix of visual arts and various exhibitions. The museum has a collection of over 5000 pieces of work of art, many made of historical ceramics. As per the data there are works of artists from the period of 1859 till the present date and how the outlook of the society has evolved. Workshops and events are quite popular in the museum and millions of tourist visits the place almost every year. Astounding facts of the pre historic times, historical details and fascinating architecture attracts the visitors to this place.

    Location: Level 3, City Hall | King George Square, Brisbane, Queensland

    Timings: 10am to 5pm 

  • 40 Peppers beach

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    Peppers beach is the best option for you if you are looking for luxurious place. Peppers beach club is one of the finest places in Port Douglas. It includes resorts with elegant open air design and lush tropical gardens which creates beautiful and peaceful atmosphere. If you need pure tropical resort experience Peppers Beach Club is first class.

    Highlights: The resort has a lagoon pool, day spa and wireless internet. You can spend your whole day relaxing without ever leaving the resort. Peppers Beach Club Port Douglas is the perfect at North Tropical Queensland escape. To satisfy your culinary desires you can go to Sublime Bar & Grills, or take a short walk to Marcossan Street.

    Location: It is located near both Queensland's famous Four Mile Beach and Port Douglas's renowned restaurant and bars. It is located at 5 minute walk from Four Mile Beach and 5 km from the Wildlife Habitat Port Douglas.

    Price: Prices of Peppers Beach Club are affordable and it provides you a vast number of services. 

  • 41 Green Island

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    Most people come to Cairns to visit the Great Barrier Reef. There are many rainforests, white beaches, corals and an abundant and diverse marine life. You can do several activities here at the Green Island where the clear water invite you to dive, swim and snorkel to your heart's content. Also very famous here is the semi submarine ride and the glass bottom boat ride.

    Both of these are excellent options if you are a marine life enthusiast. Visit Green Island has live commentary, the hosts of which expound the wonders of the corals and live fish feeding. There are 3 tours departing at 9am, 11am and 1pm every day. The green island national park is also worth checking out. This is a once in a lifetime tropical island experience not to be missed.

    Location: It is situated 27 km off shore from the Cairns, Queensland in Australia.

    Highlights: Green Island is the gateway to the Great Barrier Reef, which is the largest living thing on the planet and is even visible from space.

  • 42 Mount Ainslie Lookout

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    The Canberra area is fabulous and site seen area unit locals and infrequently walk up the mountain for exercise and also the read at the tip. Mount Ainslie delivers for each of those goals!
    The walk up is within the real Australian bush, complete with mobs of kangaroos and lots of birds. Intermittently you'll be treated to superb views of Canberra, even as the first town designer Bruno Walter Burley griffin meant.

    When you get to the highest - a decent 30-45 min walk from the War Memorial - you'll see spectacular views of Canberra and surrounds. The foremost dramatic area unit straight down ANZAC parade to the Parliament homes on the far side. If you're a neighborhood or a visitant, you want to see this read. You can drive or walk as you prefer.


    Location: Mount Ainslie Dr., Majura ACT 2609, Australia

    OPENING HOURS:-Accessible at all times


  • 43 Old Melbourne Gaol

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    With my family and friends, I made a decision to begin 2014 with Associate in the Nursing journey down the Naval Special Warfare South Coast! However this was our initial vacation beside ‘the friends’. I’d prefer to say that we tend to selected Batemans Bay as a destination due to its beautiful string of beaches however in actual truth, we tend to were rather restricted with accommodation selections given the minute nature of coming up with this trip! Batemans Bay is a straightforward drive from the state capital and took roughly four hours (280km). With lovely mountain scapes and superb coastal views on the means, Mother Nature unbroken North American country diverted.

    We poor up the stretch with many pits stops together with visits (we went double, on the means there and another time on the come leg) to the sinker van in Berry! Another notable stopover would be Ulladulla, a fishing village wherever contemporary native food is aplenty. And after all, it’s not a road trip till you purchase contemporary fruit on the route roadside! Batemans Bay was conjointly running its initial formation evening market in Clyde Street, simply outside Innes Boatshed.

  • 44 Jervis Bay

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    Canberra city people come to visit again for whilst exploring Jervis Bay attends Currawong a quaint seaboard city. There is a wonderful walk you'll do with exquisite views. Go to the terra firma then head south, you'll see a car park. There is so many Park here and take the bush track. Just follow the signs. Another suggestion is on the thanks to Currawong there's a beautiful beach referred to as Honeymoon Bay.

    It’s a dirt road through the military grounds. Appeared pretty nice however we have a tendency to visit it a couple of days when the rain and storm, therefore, the beach wasn't terrific and superb as we have a tendency to see on the footage. Higher go there within the summer season and occasionally. I thought this is the best location in the world.

  • 45 The Australian War Memorial

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    Very moving expertise to go. The radio-controlled tour was wonderful. Does not matter what percentage times you visit, there is continuously one thing else you will find. Since my last visit, there is been an associate extension to the deposit and a pleasant restaurant to possess one thing to eat/drink whereas high the show of period planes. Simply will pay each day here. Several due to the volunteer employees United Nations agency area unit ready to facilitate with researching relatives United Nations agency served within the numerous wars and conflicts.

    Extremely suggest a visit for all ages, you'll leave packed with pride and admiration. Associate applicable monument to honors the fallen, with an incredible unobstructed read facing the Parliament House. Ample free parking and the awfully well-documented involvements of Australians in the wars around the world.

    Location: Treloar Crescent, Canberra 2601, Australia.

  • 46 the Parliament Houses (Old and New)

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    We went on one amongst these tours and totally enjoyed it. it absolutely was real worth for cash. The in-depth tours area unit offered a day. a number of these tours explore the building and also the Parliament in additional detail whereas others explore special stories of the collections and other people at Parliament House. For security functions, participants should gift icon identification for all behind the scenes tours of the building. If you do not have this, you will not be able to precede the tour.

    Parliamentary sitting days:- On days once Parliament is sitting these tours can explore highlights within the public areas of the building. Get additional out of your visit by combining an associate in-depth tour with a visit to a period of time to check Parliament in action.

    Times: Morning 10.00am is to Afternoon 12.00 pm, and 3.00pm a day (except Christmas)

    Cost: Adults $15, Concession/Child $10 

  • 47 Victoria Square

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    Located at the centre of Adelaide, Victoria Square, also known as Tarndanyangga is a town plaza. There are a number of buildings and public institutions bordering the square, including the Supreme Court of South Australia. At the centre is the statue of Queen Victoria. The square was developed and refurbished a number of times and now hosts a varied range of entertainment activities. There are almost endless things that one can do in and around Victoria Square. The large open space is excellent to take a walk after lunch or to work out.

    Highlights: The Adelaide Central Market is within easy reach. You can pick your lunch there and then explore the shops to buy some souvenirs of the journey.

    Location: The Square is a few minutes’ walk away from the Rundle Mall. You can also reach their by Trams and other public transport.

    Timing: N/A

    Price: N/A 

  • 48 Morialta Conservation Park

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    If you are looking for bird watching or rock climbing in Adelaide, Morialta Conservation Park is the right place for you. This protected area has a rugged and gully landscape with three waterfalls. You can find steep hills and perched cliffs. There are more than ninety species of birds including yellow-tailed black cockatoo, black-winged currawong, Adelaide rosella, chestnut-rumped heathwren etc.

    Highlights: For the rock climbing enthusiasts the Park offers a number of different routes and grades. It is one of the most popular rock climbing regions in the Adelaide. Apart from that, there are picnic areas and playground as well as barbeque facility to enjoy your day.

    Location: The Conservation Park is located 10 km northeast from Adelaide.

    Timing: The timing for walkers is from sunrise to sunset.

    Price: There is no entry fee. But the fees of hiring the Morialta Resource Centre are $210 for full day. 

  • 49 Hahndorf

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    Hahndorf is a small town and a famous tourist spot located in the Adelaide hills. Nestled in the heart of the region, this oldest German civilization in Australia has many attractions for visitors. This town has a quaint charm about it. Apart from the beautiful vistas, it has several boutiques, shops, restaurants and gift shops. It also houses several museums, antiques and antiques shop. The main street is bordered by century old elm and plane trees.

    Highlights: Visit Beerenberg Farm to see the strawberry and mixed vegetables crop. You can also buy jams, sauces and pickles. For your kids and for those who are kids at heart the Misty Hollow Fantasy cave is a delight. You can also visit The Cedars, earlier the home for popular artist, Sir Heysen, and now houses a nice collection of his artworks.

    Location: 20 minutes drive from Adelaide city centre.

    Timing: N/A

    Price: N/A 

  • 50 Direct Factory Outlets (DFO)

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    When you are looking for branded items at highly competitive prices, direct factory outlets are the best places where you can go to. Melbourne has got quite a few of them.

    Highlights –
    Just like all other factory outlets, the ones in Melbourne too aim to provide full value for money for guests coming here. However, you must be careful to shop only from the direct factory outlets from the respective brands to be sure of the quality. Most of the times, the items found here are the ones rejected during export, due to very negligible issues.

    Famous direct factory outlets –
    Brand Smart (best outlet in Melbourne), Bridge Road at Richmond, Smith Street at Collingwood, Harbourtown, University Hill, etc.

    Timings –
    As per shops.

  • 51 Bridge Road, Richmond

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    Bridge Road in Richmond not only provides you a unique shopping experience but also provides you a sneek-peek into the rich cultural heritage of the place.


    Highlights -
    History of this market dates back to as early as the 18th century. Formed just a few years after the Europeans settled in Victoria, this place was once the hub of corn and hay stores. Later on, they slowly developed into leading fashion outlets, award-winning restaurants, confectioneries, cafes, furniture and other stores. Even today, many heritage walk tours are conducted in and around this area. It is easily accessible by foot, car, bike and public transport.

    Location –
    Very short distance from Melbourne CBD.

    Famous for –
    Fashion outlets selling all international styles of clothes, great restaurants, high-quality furniture outlets, community shops, arts, wellness and other retail outlets.

    Timings –
    Varies according to shops.

  • 52 Bourke Street Mall

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    Street markets are one of the greatest attractions in Melbourne City. Bourke Street Mall is one of them.


    Highlights –
    Due to its ultra-busy nature, Bourke Street is known as Melbourne’s second street (first one being Collins Street). Bourke Street Mall located on this street runs for 2km in length and is one of the main tourist attractions of the city. This mall is home to some of the famous restaurants, bars and cafes. During the weekends and evening hours, the mall witnesses thousands of people. There are more than 500 business units of various categories like restaurants, entertainment, fashion, household goods, beauty, speciality shops etc. in this mall.

    Location –
    200m towards north of Swanston Street & Elizabeth Street.

    Famous for –
    International & local restaurants, cafes and bars.

    Timings –
    Differs as per shops.

  • 53 Adelaide Zoo

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    Be it an adult or a kid, a visit to the zoo is always a pleasurable way to spend a day, and when its Adelaide Zoo in concern then the pleasure becomes double fold, since the ;later is one of the iconc attraction of the capital city of South Australia. Being a home for more than 2500 animals and over 250 species of mammals, birds, reptiles, fish, this zoo stretches for a magnificent verdant area of over 8 hectares. Meet Wang Wang and Funi the two giant pandas of the zoo and also get a view of Kangaroos, Koalas, Giraffes, Sea Lions Orangutans, and more. Opened for the public in the year 1883, this is the oldest zoo of the country and its shares a significant history of South Australia. The vibrant sanctuary, the stretched landscapes and the cool and peaceful ambience all come together to provide a spend experience for the visitors. A nature playground for the kids is also inagurated recently for the kids visiting here.

    9:30am -5:00pm

    Frome Road, Adelaide 

  • 54 Queen Victoria Market

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    Queen Victoria Market is the heart and soul of Melbourne. Eat, shop, explore and discover your way through our iconic food halls and heritage Sheds where the banter is as fresh as the produce. Or simply soak up the atmosphere of the largest open-air market in the Southern Hemisphere. There’s no place like our Market. It’s an experience that engages all the senses. Queen Victoria Market is much more than the city’s fresh-food shopping Mecca – it’s a historic landmark, a tourist attraction, and a Melbourne institution. Spanning several city blocks, Queen Vic Market is the largest open-air market in the Southern Hemisphere. Shoppers can find everything from fruit and vegetables to local and imported gourmet foods, fashion and general merchandise. Wander through the bustling Meat, Fish and Dairy Halls, where you can pick up artisan cheeses, dressed meats, and take away food, or discover the seemingly endless array of seasonal fruit and vegetables showcasing the best of Australian produce. Explore the Market's historic sheds to grab a bargain or find a Melbourne-made treasure amongst clothing, jewelry, handicrafts, home wares and souvenirs.

  • 55 Melbourne City Centre

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    The city center of Melbourne represents the city's cultural, entertainment and financial heart. Locally called the Central Business District, the CBD or simply the City, it is where international and interstate visitors spend the bulk of their time. Most must-see attractions sit within the city's grid-planned center, as is much of the accommodation and nightlife. The main visitor information center is in Federation Square, right near the intersection of Swanston and Flinders Streets. Another information center exists near Cooks Cottage in Fitzroy Gardens, and a small information booth is in the Bourke Street Mall. Additionally, volunteer city ambassadors dressed in a distinctive red uniform are stationed along Swanston St to help tourists with inquiries and directions. The City Centre is Melbourne's hub of public transport. Every train line and most tram routes pass through or terminate in the city. All suburban trains will stop at the city's busiest interchange, Flinders Street Station. Country trains terminate at Southern Cross Station. Trams mostly run east to west along Bourke and Collins Streets, and north to south along Swanston Street.

  • 56 Hemmesphere

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    If you are looking for extreme luxury then Hemmesphere is the best place to be. A beautiful place which depicts extreme grace and relaxation. A perfect escape to sit down in comfortable lounges and have some meaningful conversations with your loved ones. You can also try an upscale romantic candle light dinner to have a pleasant evening. For spirit sippers they will be delighted to watch fresh ingredients and spices being blended in front of their own eyes. You can try the amazing vintage dram which is sure to delight every spirit sipper.

    Highlight: The menu keeps changing as per the season and you can try some amazing decanted cocktails which are prepared by our special mixologists. You can also try the Rosemary’s Baby which is the show stopper of this place.

    Location: Level4 , Establishment 252 George Street, Sydney.

    Price: A$100 for two people.

  • 57 St. Mary's Cathedral

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    St Mary’s Cathedral is in the centre of Sydney. It is in true sense a statement of wonder and grace. A lot of artists have contributed to St Mary’s Cathedral in their designs in stone and glass thereby creating a special space of solitude in Sydney. The Cathedral is believed to be the most treasured historic building here in Sydney. More importantly, St Mary’s Cathedral is a one of the most surprisingly beautiful English style of gothic churches in the world. William Wilkinson Wardell conceptualized a gothic type structure shaped from the local yellow-block sandstone. The building was finally completed 100 years after Wardell's death.

    Location: It is located on The St. Mary's road in Sydney, NSW.

    Highlight: This Cathedral is representation of the origins of the Catholic Church. Not only Catholics but people irrespective of the religion can make a visit to the St Mary’s Cathedral to gather some inner peace.

     Best time to visit: September to November, Christmas.

  • 58 Darling Harbour

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    Darling Harbor, near to the city centre in Sydney, is a fun recreational and a nice pedestrian precinct. It is named after lieutenant general Ralph Darling. Some of the attractions here include Paddy’s Markets, The star Casino and the Exhibition Centre, and several other destinations.

    Location: It is situated on the western outskirts of Sydney's central business district. The Darling Harbor is easily accessible. So, you can reach this tourist hub via different modes of transport. There are some ferry services too going on to help you reach the Darling Harbor.

    Highlight: It has a large number of places to visit including - Harbor shopping centre which houses kingpin bowling alley and M9 laser fighter, a flight simulator. Sydney Entertainment center, Chinese garden of friendship, tumbalong park, paddy's market, Darling quarter playground, madam Tussauds and LG IMAX, the world largest screen.

    Best time to visit: September to November, March to May.

  • 59 Circular Quay

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    Circular Quay is one of the most famous harbors in Australia. Many type of community celebrations take place here so you can be here during such times to make the most out of the place.

    Location: It is located at the central business district of Sydney Cove. The location is precisely between the Bennelong point and The rocks. There are great transportation facilities including ferry quays, bus stops and train stations.

    Highlights: This harbor is among the favourite tourist attractions in Sydney and people who are on a tour to Sydney definitely visit here. One of the most fascinating or strange thing about the place is that despite circle in its name, it is square in shape. You will get a spectacular view from the Cove in this quay.

    Best time to visit: If you are planning to visit the Circular Quay, make sure that there are some celebrations happening there which makes the experience really worthwhile.

  • 60 Wattamolla Beach

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    When you specifically want to just feel that clear granular sand below your feet as you lie down letting all your worries wash away with the waves, come down to Wattamolla beach in Sydney. Arrive here with your family and stretch yourself below the shade of cabbage tree palms and then head to the beach. A popular place, it has something for everyone in your family, so that you can bond like never before. When you're hungry, eat a BBQ lunch to your heart's content and then go for a walk on the beach track. After digesting your food well, get ready for some light water sport and try out canoeing, kayaking or liloing.

    Location: Wattamolla beach is located at the Royal national park.

    Highlights: Wattamolla beach provides a unique experience as this beach is located within a national park.

    Best time to visit: September to November, March to May.

  • 61 Redleaf Beach

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    Redleaf Beach is an ideal Harbour side Sydney beach which is a must visit for every visitor. Take a dip at the Murray rose pool which was earlier known as red leaf pool at the west end of the beach. Its Harbour side will provide you a safe enclosure to swim in. No more worrying about the kids. It has no shortage of space, with its 90 by 60 meter area as you can be assured of a leisurely swim even if it's crowded. Go on a lovely walk after your swim and dry yourself in the shining sun to feel yourself close to the nature. After that move over to enjoy a fantastic bite as you contemplate your beautiful life looking over Darling point and Harbor Bridge.

    Location: 536 New South Head Rd, Double Bay NSW 2028

    Highlight: A good place for family and swimming trainees.

    Best time to visit: September to November, March to May.

  • 62 Sydney Opera House

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    Sydney Opera house is a multi venue performing art center located in the prime destination of Sydney. It is one of the most prominent tourist attraction place with over eight million people visiting it every year. The opera house has been included under UNESCO World Heritage List on 28th June 2007.


    Sydney Opera House is located at Bennelong Point in Sydney, Australia. The building structure and its surrounding occupy the whole of Bennelong Point in Sydney Harbor which lies between Sydney Cove and Farm Cove.

    The opera house is home to some of the best performing arts that happen in the country. The place was designed by famous Danish architect Jorn Urton. Multiple events in all sorts of art happen in the Sydney Opera house so tourists can enjoy them. For recreational purposes, there are various bars, cafes, and restaurants inside it.

    Best time to visit:
    Events keep happening at different times so you need to be there at the decided timings if you don’t want to miss them.

  • 63 Shark Bay

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    Shark Bay is known for one of the most important treasures on earth. Shark Bay is on the edge of the Australian continent, and meets the western coast sea. With over 2 million hectares of surrounding, the Bay is one of the best visiting spots in Australia. A well-known for its marine activities, provides an adventurous outing for your family.

    Highlights: Formed by peninsulas on both its sides Shark Bay is known as two bays, also called as Gutharraguda, the geographic shape of Shark Bay is breath taking and is a place for contrasting colors, plants, animals and wildlife to cheer for.

    Location: It is located at the westerly point of Australia along the coast of Western Australia. Many people visit this place by road. North West Coastal Highway is linked to the sealed road with the Bay.

    Price: There is a fee associated with every visit that you have in Shark Bay, and varies according to the season.

  • 64 Carrick Hill (Mitcham)

    Image Credit : Carrick Hill (Mitcham)
    Carrick Hill is a grand heritage manor style structure which used to be the home of Sir Edward and Lady Ursula Hayward. The building houses a number of best in class fine art collections and furniture and fittings. It is surrounded by picturesque gardens where weddings can be organized. One can take a leisure stroll or a guided tour in and around the home.

    Highlights: Visit the little gift shop located inside the house to buy a souvenir for your journey. Stop by at Carrick Hill Cafe which is 15 minutes away from the house. The cafe offers delicious cakes and coffee as well as picnic boxes. You can also enjoy mouth watering cuisine cooked with fresh ingredients.

    Location: The property is located at the base of Adelaide hills.

    Timing: 10 AM to 4:30 PM from Wednesday to Sunday and Public Holidays.

    Price: $12.00 Adults, $8.00 Concession and $28.00 Family. 

  • 65 Sydney

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    One of the largest cities of Australia as well as the capital of New South Wales region is one of the exciting cities with Mediterranean climate, sunny beaches, impressive skyline and sparkling harbour. With throbbing and consistent buzz, the city is full of entertainment and places to visit without which a holiday to Australia is incomplete. A unique feat of architectural magnificence is Sydney Opera House hosting thousands of performances and attracting millions every year.


    Just like the Opera House, The Botanical Garden of the city is equally beautiful with array of plants and verdant greenery. Apart from this Jenolan Caves, Blue Mountains, Bondi Beach, Sydney Aquarium are few of the must visit places in the city. Sydney cannot be explored fully without gracious shopping experience and the city provides luxurious shopping destination at the Queen Victoria Building with modernised stores selling suits, jewellery, accessories and a lot. Sydney Tower offering 360 degree view of the city and National Maritime Museum is also worth visiting. 

  • 66 Miami/Nobby Beach

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    Located at the southern end of Gold Coast, Australia, Miami Beach is clean and sandy, offering the tourists an excellent place for picnic and barbeque. There is no denying the fact that it would be the most preferable holiday choice for the families. There is a playground for the kids for their amusement and fun. Like any other beach, surfing and swimming are the never-ending activities at the Miami Beach.
    The famous Pizzey Park is another attraction why visitors would love this place, which is a 5 star Olympic training pool of great Australian swimmers like Hackett. This beach does not lag behind when it comes to recreational activities. You can go shopping, surfing, swimming, or just walk around the beach side. In addition, there are cafes, restaurants, bars that provide excelling dining facilities making it a complete package of fun and joy. Highlights: shopping outlet, restaurants, café, Ocean Beach Tourist Park.

  • 67 Boat Tours

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    If you wish to enjoy the serene water of Gold Coast in a relaxing environment with a glass of drink and family and friend, the best way to do it is to take a luxury boat tour. There are innumerable boat tours that are operational in the Gold Coast to let you experience the sultry tropical ambience, swimming in the balmy water and interact with the abundant seal life. Enjoy the sumptuous lunch while trailing on the beautiful azure water.

    Highlights: Many of these boat tours offer you a range of water activities including dolphin feeding, whale watching, snorkelling, kayaking, and sand tobogganing etc. It is excellent opportunity for those who want to enjoy their time at a quiet pace.You can also explore the islands and parklands with their unique shopping centres, art galleries and restaurants.

    Location: The boat tours are operational at multiple locations across the Gold Coast.

  • 68 Natural Bridge

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    Located in the south west of Gold Coast, Natural Bridge is in the local government area of South East of Queensland, Australia. The name has been derived from a rock arch in Springbrook National Park and through this arch flows a tributary of the river Nerang. Situated at the southern extent of the Nerang River Valley, Natural Bridge sits between Binna Bura and Springbook Plateau in the Scenic Rim Region. On the western side, it is guarded within Lamington National Park and is dotted with waterfalls, peaks, as well as lookouts that rise above 1,100 meters. A community based camp is run by the Police Citizens Youth Club as an initiative by the community group accommodation centre. Species like cascade tree frog, sooty owl, koala, green cat birds, paradise rifle birds, etc. can be seen in the springbook national park.

    Highlights: the nocturnal tour of microbats and glow-worms, walking, bird watching.

  • 69 Dreamworld

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    The Gold Coast is the city with numerous districts, Surfers Paradise ideal for sightseeing, dining, nightlife and holidaying. Dreamworld is a very popular theme park located on the Gold Coast at Queensland. Needless to mention over and again, it is the largest theme park in Australia with more than 40 joy rides and quality attractions, including the five thrilling roller coasters. Screamworld, as it has been named, includes thrill rides and children's rides to make the evenings memorable. Dreamworld has broken up into series of luxurious themed areas with anextensive collection of shows, rides, shops and quality attractions. From the entrance one gets to see the: Main Street, the Town of Gold Rush, the Rocky Hollow, the Dreamworld Corroboree, the Wiggles World, the River town, the Tiger Island, the DreamWorks Experience and finally the Ocean Parade.

     Ideal time to visit: As Gold Coast always packs a punch throughout the year; it does not matter when you're going. Unlimited entry to Dreamworld, Skypoint Observation Deck or Whitewater world for 1, 7 or even 21 consecutive days begin at $85, $89 and $95 respectively.

     Location: Dreamworld spanning over 30 hectares is located in the South East of Queensland at the north end of Gold Coast, on Pacific Hwy, 17kms north from the Surfers Paradise and 48kms south from Brisbane.

  • 70 The Basin Beach

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    The most amazing natural swimming pool one could imagine is none other than The Basin. It looks similar to a manmade pool and is placed just two or three steps away from the beach across a shallow platform at the edge of a large hole. The water is refreshing as well as crystal-clear and it feels is different while swimming in this natural pool. The soft white sand surrounds the refreshing ocean water and the gentle waves of water wash your feet, you feel as if in heaven. The right climatic conditions to visit over here are the summertime when there is gentle breeze and low tide. It is the best swimming beach at Rottnest and therefore is considered to be an ideal place to swim and enjoy the calm waves of water.

    Highlights: close to the beach, shallow water level, 3 meters deep, ideal for swimming, natural pool.

  • 71 City Beach

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    Being one of the favorite white sand beaches of Perth City Beach is exceptionally beautiful and clean. It is popular with surfers and families who can enjoy 3000 hours of sunshine. Located at a 20 minutes driveway to the west of Perth city, it offers some of the extravagant homes with a captivating view of Indian Ocean. It also provides a perfect place for picnic as it has facilities like showers, playground, and toilets. Also, a broad way to Floreat Beach makes an adorable seaside stroll for the visitors.

    The beachside restaurant offers spectacular food and drinks for those who prefer to wait and savor the snacks served over here. If you plan to stay, Scarborough is the best option, which is only 3 minutes drive away from the beach. The best time to visit here is the month of August. Highlights: sporting clubs, schools, and organizations conducting social events.

  • 72 Western Australian Museum

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    If you want to learn more about the cultural and natural heritages of Perth, Western Australian Museum is the right place for you. The museum was first opened in 1891. At the time, it has the assemblage of geological samples. Today, the museum has some permanent exhibitions that tell the tale of Western Australia. The engaging exhibitions have the history of the region from prehistoric times, containing samples and specimens of extraterrestrial rocks along with dinosaur fossils. The exhibition also tells the story of the aborigines and the exhibitions which display the biological diversity of the area.

    Highlights: After enjoying the various exhibitions in the museum, you can rest for a while at the new Muse Café, which serves you delicious beverages, cakes and lunch menu.

    Location: The museum is located at Perth Cultural Centre.

    Timing: 9:30 AM to 5:00 PM

    Price: $17.50 for adults and $12.5 for children.

  • 73 Rottnest Island

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    A few miles away from Perth, lays the Rottnest Island, a place of picturesque beauty, abundant sea life and sandy beaches with emerald green water. The island consists of a number of beaches and bays. There are walking and biking trails to explore the island.

    Highlights: Relax on the sandy beaches or swim in the emerald water, enjoy surfing, snorkelling and scuba diving or come close to the nature and wildlife by exploring the island on bike. Take a tour to the museum, gallery and heritage buildings to learn about the history of the island. To enjoy the panoramic view of the island, climb the Wadjemup Lighthouse. You can take a guided tour to the island or you can hire a bike to explore the area on your own.

    Location: The Island is located eighteen kilometres off the Fremantle harbour, Perth. It can be reached by a short ferry ride. 

  • 74 Suncorp Stadium

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    Built in 1914, the Suncorp Stadium was previously known as Lang Park extensively used as the home for the ever popular Rugby league in Brisbane, Queensland. Being a popular attraction and majorly used playground, the stadium underwent a huge redevelopment which was completed by June 2003. This was a two year renovation project where the stadium fetched a completely new design demolishing all existing major stands. In the present day it is one of the most sought after rectangular stadiums used for sports as well as major events of the city. The capacity of the stadium has been increased to 52,500 seats. There are about 25 food and beverage outlets as well as 34 bars. Milton Road Rail station is the nearest station and for the pedestrian there is a direct pathway on the southern plaza connecting the station at the Stadium. Roma Street station is also nearby. Also it must be noted that public parking remains at a distance from where one needs to walk down to the stadium.

    Location: 40 Castlemaine St Milton, Brisbane, Queensland. 

  • 75 Swan Bell Tower

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    Based in the thriving Barrack Square, where Perth meets Swan River lies the designed buildings which houses a set of historical bells which was actually a gift from London to Western Australia. Open in the year 2000, it accommodates 12 historical bells from Church of St Martin which is known to be from 14th century. In this place one can get a fabulous insight of the historical times and get to know more about the bells. For the history lovers this is an exclusive way to know more about ancient Perth. The Bell Tower also provides 360 degree views of the Swan River as well as the city and it strikes as the best place to enjoy photo shooting. One can enjoy the fascinating views of the oldest bell in Australia. The place not only showcases the bells but also execute exhibitions and programs worth viewing. For a good time with friends and family this is an ideal location

    Location: Barrack Square, Perth

    Timings: 10am to 5pm 

  • 76 The Perth Mint

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    Being the oldest gold mint of the world and a branch of Britain Royal Mint, the Perth Mint was built in 1899. Crossing the iron gates one can visually treat their eyes with the greatest collection of gold bars available on earth. It is almost worth a million dollars gold asset present in the museum. Located within walking distance from Central Business district, the Perth Mint is open on all days throughout the year. The primary work of the institution at the beginning was to gold refining as it was collected from the eastern goldfields of Western Australia and then produce coinage. In this process they have successfully built up a fascinating collection, which is definitely worth a view. One can enjoy the sight of the biggest coin which is made of a ton of pure gold and values about 50 million dollars. Enjoy the view of gold nuggets and many other forms. One can also fetch an entry in the melting house and see gold melting from solid gold bar.

    Location: 310 Hay Street, East Perth

    Timings: 9am to 5pm 

  • 77 Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary

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    As stated in the Guinness Book of World Records, the Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary is the first of its kind and also the largest koala sanctuary in the world. The place is famous for being the home for 130 koalas and it has an experience of 85 years. The place is located in the southern part at distance of 12km from the city centre. Apart from koalas one can see kangaroos, wombats, possums, birds and other Aussie critters. One can enjoy the beautiful animals here and also click some quick snaps hugging the koalas by shedding some extra bucks. There are exclusive buses as well as Mirimar cruises which can be availed to reach the sanctuary based beside Brisbane River. There are several shows organised n the sanctuary which can be enjoyed.

    Location: 708 Jesmond Rd, Fig Tree Pocket, Brisbane

    Timings; 9am to 5pm 

  • 78 Ray White Cairns Beach

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    Ray White Cairns Beach is mostly known for property management and real estate business. But least people know about the beautiful sight of the beaches which inhibits the real beauty of Ray White Cairns Beach. You can have island tours, scuba diving, scenic flights and adventure tours in a short visit to Ray White Cairns Beach.


    Ray White Cairns Beach is widely famous for its affordable prices for houses, but the main thing which attracts people there is its scenic beauty. It’s one of the only places in the world where reef & rainforest coincides. You can have beachfront accommodation in the Cairns Beach including spacious villas and beachside apartments.

    Location: It is located within the Coastwatchers Shopping Centre on Trinity Beach Road. In fact, Ray White Cairns Beach is only 500 meters away from trinity beach.

    Price: Ray White Cairns Beach have affordable, luxurious beachside apartments. 

  • 79 Yorkeys Knob

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    Yourkeys Knob is your ideal Beach front Destination for your holiday in Cairns. You are encouraged to go and find your own piece of personal paradise on the golden treasures that lay here. The wide expanse of sand covered by a palm fringed hammock will surely seduce you. With a large stinger net you can swim all you want in pure unrestricted pleasure. There is just so much to do that it will be really hard to explore all of it in just one day.

    Windsurfing and sailing are big attractions at Yorkeys. With Rainforests and the Great Barrier Reef nearby, your nature dose is never too far away. To complement that there are so many city bus tours, pick-ups and you can obviously rent your own car out there. When you do get hungry, do not forget to eat at the open air Yorkeys knob boating club which offers bistro meals. While eating there you can take in the exclusive view of the marina and the ocean.

    Location: It is located 13 km north of Cairns.

    Highlights: It is a very popular kite surfing destination. The south east winds provide brilliant thrust to your sail.

    Best time to visit: Come here between April to November for the Kite surfing.

  • 80 Namadgi National Park

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    Australian Capital Territory, bordering Kosciuszko National Park in New South Wales. It lies to 40 kilometers which is 25 miles to southwest of Canberra. The national park protects the part of the northern end of the Australian Alps with its spectacular granite mountains. Its habitat ranges from grassy plains over the snow gum forest to alpine meadows. The fauna is also much varied, consisting of Eastern Gray Kangaroos, wallabies, wombats, magpies, Rosella and ravens which are commonly seen.

    The water catchments area of the park supplies to approximately 85% of Canberra's water. In this sub-alpine region the weather range from the cold winter nights on warm summer days, and it can change too quickly. Snow normally falls on the Bimberi and Brindabella Range during winter, and is not an uncommon throughout most of the park. The highest mountain is Bimberi Peak at 1,911 meters, which is 6270 feet, which is the highest peak in the Australian Capital Territory. The national park is classified as an IUCN Category II protected area.

    Location: 40 kilometers southwest of Canberra, Australia.

  • 81 Questacon

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    Questacon is a National Science and Technology center, which being an interactive science centre was opened in 1988, and was developed by the noted professor of the Australian national university Mike Gore, who was also a physics lecturer and later on also became the founding director of Questacon. Its building was presented by Japan to the Australia for 1988 bicentenary and being opened on 23rd November 1988 with the contribution of ¥ 1 billion nearly being half the cost of an A $19.64 million. It was formerly housed at the old Ainslie Primary School..

    Questacon is a part of the Australian government with department of Innovation Industry Science and Research since 3rd December 2007 and its current director is Professor Graham Durant. Its vision is "a better future for all Australians through engagement with science and innovation”. On Thursday 18 September 2008 a Questacons review was released. This review was commissioned by Minister Kim Carr and also chaired by John Simpson of National Australia Bank.

    Location: Parkes, Australian Capital Territory, Australia.

  • 82 Gallo DairyLand

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    On the Atherton Tablelands housed in the red volcanic soil between Malinda and Atherton stands the Gallo Dairyland. It was founded by Giovanni Gallo who came to Australia from Italy in the 1920's. The farm has since been in the family after opening up in 1937. In 2007 Gallo Dairyland was opened to the general public so they could see what happens behind the scenes.
    You can go and sample various cheeses like Gallo Camembert, Gallo tillsit Swiss cheese, Gallo Zola, brie, Barron River French style Cheese, Gallo heritage cheese, Gallo yoghurt, Gallo silk Haloumi, Macadamia cheese and lots of lactose free products.

    Further visit the Gallo café/restaurant to try the complete Range of Gallo products. Here you can witness how the award winning cheeses by Gallo are manufactured. Apart from this you can bird watch and witness micro bats and sweet flying foxes at the bat hospital. At Malinda you can go for guided walks by the Ngadjon-jii people.

    Location: It is hour and a half hour drive away from Cairns located at the Malanda-Atherton Rd & E Barron Rd, East Barron QLD 4883, Australia

    Highlight: Get an inside look at the manufacturing of award winning cheeses and chocolates.

  • 83 St Monica's Cathedral

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    The St Monica's Cathedral is a Catholic Church in Cairns. This nondescript Building which most people miss is a delight in itself. A witness to the battle of Coral Sea, this unknown building is a hidden gem and a wonder of architecture and interior design. There are a number of stained glass windows of which 24 depict the creation. It is a modern Cathedral which does not require any sort of religious affiliation.

    Visit this church on a sunny day to see it in its full glory. The interior of this church holds its own even in comparison with bigger churches. Here the friendly staff and the caretaker are more than happy to explain the illustrious history and architecture of the Cathedral. Do attend the church on Sundays at 10 AM to listen to the mesmerizing music of the church choir.

    Location: 181 Abbott St, Cairns City QLD 4870, Australia

    Highlight: Come here for the stained glasses and the church choir.

  • 84 The National Gallery of Australia

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    Canberra city is the famous for national gallery of Australia. As associate degree creator I appreciate that this building was thought about one 1970 the "Brutalist", is most of famous palace for visiting it for its excellent assortment (and the design, that an addict of mine worked on). Another friend, my brother, upgraded the building currently with a replacement face that extremely adds lots to the building entrance. Do not miss visiting this building and its excellent assortment, fully environment category (and higher than something in the state capital, from that we're moving to Canberra). Do not miss the out of doors sculpture garden, and as you approach this monument, experience the superbly planned and improved surroundings with the good National Portrait Gallery opposite.

    Location: Parkes Place, Canberra 2601, Australia.

    OPENING HOURS:-Daily: 10am - 5pm daily except Christmas Day.


  • 85 Canberra Railway Museum

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    A small place in the Australian capital, the previous station and museum-y stuff within is bittie and adorable! The cool stuff is that the sweet previous train cars you get to steer through and explore.Professional tip - you'll enter the train automotive barn and explore the previous cars being renovated, do not be shy!

    Professional tip - pay the additional for the 15-minute train ride to Ryswick and back, it is a hoot! Let your inner kid loose here. a piece ongoing, in common with several places like this Brobdingnagian amounts of volunteer effort is required during this place abundant significant engineering was ongoing and thousands of hours desirous to be done. Terribly attention-grabbing place terribly dedicated individuals there.

    Location: Geijera Place, off dancer Street, Kingston, capital of Australia Territory, Australia, 2604

    Opening Hours: Daily: 10am - 3pm

    ENTRY prices: Adult $5.00
                             Exclude special events. Youngsters underneath the age of 2 square measure free.

  • 86 Second Valley Beach

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    A beach located just 90 kms from Adelaide, South Australia, second valley is sheltered in a valley amidst the farming lands. There is no specific season that one needs to find for going to this beach, the tourists can take pleasure of this beautiful beach during any time of the year. Named after a coastal town on the Fleurieu Peninsula in South Australia, second valley has been rated amongst the top ten beaches of this country. It is perfect blend of spectacular scenic view as well as a beautiful beach to bask on. The Jetty Store offers delicious take away meals to tingle your taste buds and if you are a fishing fan, it provides you all kind of equipment required for fishing. In fact, second valley is a beach that offers something for everyone.

    Highlights: Be it bush walking, fishing or swimming, no one would return without enjoying.

  • 87 Haigh's Chocolates

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    A visit to Adelaide is incomplete without visiting the Haigh’s Chocolates. Haigh’s Chocolates is the oldest chocolate making company owned by a family. The company was founded in 1915 and since then it is selling the high quality chocolates and chocolate related products. You can book a 20 minutes free tour from the Visitor Centre, to learn about the history of Haigh’s and their chocolate making process. You will be taken through the premises where you can see the team creating the varied range of chocolates. The tour also includes free tasting and complementary tea or coffee.

    Highlights: Explore the Visitor Centre’s retail store at the corner of the Adelaide parkland where you can find an assortment of chocolates and confectionaries.

    Location: The Visitor Centre of Haigh’s Chocolates is located at GreenHill Road, at the edge of the Adelaide Parkland.

    Timing: Free tour timing is 9 AM.

    Price: N/A 

  • 88 Migration Museum

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    To understand the diverse culture of Adelaide, a visit to the Migration Museum is a must. Here you can discover the varied traditions and distinctiveness of the people living in South Australia. The museum has six permanent galleries showcasing the history of the museum itself, the impact of migration from the aborigines’ viewpoint, the establishment of colony, and the recent changes and development.

    Highlights: To get the most of your visit to the Migration Museum, take a free guided tour the museum and learn about the fascinating history and attraction of South Australia.

    Location: The Migration Museum is located in the North Terrace close to South Australian Museum and Art Gallery of South Australia. You can reach the museum by taking a short walk from Adelaide City Centre.

    Timing: 10 AM to 5 PM from Monday to Friday. 1PM to 5 PM on weekends and public holidays.

    Price: Free Admission. 

  • 89 Whispering Wall

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    If you are looking for a bit of magic in Adelaide, you can find it at the Whispering Wall of Barossa Reservoir. The construction of Barossa Reservoir started from 1899 and ended in 1902. The curved wall of the dam was considered as a wonder of modern engineering. It is the highest dam of Australia and has a height of 36 meters. The most intriguing part of the construction is that the spoken words at the one end of the wall can be clearly heard at the other end, which is 140 meters away.

    Highlights: You can enjoy the picturesque surrounding of the Barossa Reservoir from the Whispering Wall. Also visit nearby Rockford Winery to taste some great wine of South Australia.

    Location: The Whispering Wall is just 15 minutes drive from Barossa Goldfield Walk via Goldfields Road.

    Timing: 8 AM to 5 PM, 7 days a week.

  • 90 Rundle Mall

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    If you are looking for some shopping in Adelaide, there is no better place than Rundle Mall. It is the first Australian pedestrian street mall. It houses a number of leading retail stores of South Australia. Whether it is fashion stores, electronics, jewellery, supermarket, departmental store or food, the mall has it all.

    Highlight: The historic arcades are the major highlights of the mall. You can take a self guiding tour brochure and start your journey on the Rundle Mall Discovery Trail. Once you are tired of the shopping and walking, you can rest at one of the several dining areas in the mall and enjoy the delicious meals.

    Location: The mall is located right in the Adelaide City Centre. It is in close proximity with Government House and Central Market.

    Timing: 9AM to 7PM (9PM) from Monday to Thursday (Friday). 9AM (11PM) to 5PM on Saturday (Sunday).

    Price: N/A 

  • 91 Fountain gate Westfield

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    This is one of the better known shopping centres in Melbourne specialising in a lot of categories.

    Highlights –
    This is the second biggest mall in Australia, in terms of floor-area occupied. This mall was opened to the general public during 1970 and has close to 470 stores in its complex today. There are 2 floors in this shopping complex and the car parking facility can accommodate 6493 cars at any point of time.

    Location –
    Narre Warren, south-eastern suburb of Melbourne. Famous for – A whole bevy of categories like food, fashion, kids, sports & fitness, bags, beauty & wellness, personal care, home furnishings, electronics and many more. In all of these categories, you will be thrilled to find many leading international brands as well. Apart from this you can enjoy movies, shows and experience multi-cuisine dining options here.

    Timings –
    9AM-5.30PM (Mon-Wed); 9AM-9PM (Thurs & Fri);9AM-5PM (Sat) & 10AM-5PM (Sun).

  • 92 Flinders Lane

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    Once the bustling hub of Australia’s rag trade, Flinders Lane is now the embodiment of bespoke craftsmanship fused with modern culture, with the vision to create a luxurious range of quality men’s shirts, Flinders Lane was established in 2009.Inspired by unpretentious sophistication and in keeping with its romantic history, Flinders Lane was born out of a desire to create elegant tailoring using exclusive and sharp prints, vibrant colors, and superb classic fit shirting. The lifestyle range blends infinite style with contemporary elegance for the modern man. The Flinders Lane shirts inspire a classic refinement with a modern twist, using 100% premium cotton fabrications. Sourcing the finest yarns from across the world, and with a strong emphasis on color, texture, form and line, Flinders Lane shirts are cut and tailored to suit every shape. The collections focus on superior quality and intricate detail in each unique shirt, which is accentuated by the surprising contrast detailing on the collars, cuffs, and buttondown trims, bringing a touch of class and individual style to any wardrobe. Embrace impeccable style this season with Flinders Lane.

  • 93 Aldinga Beach

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    Based in the southern suburb of Adelaide, the Aldinga beach is one of the sought after beaches in South Australia. Adjacent to Port Willunga, the beautiful beach is about 50 minutes drive from the city centre. Especially in the summer days the beach provides great solace and remains quite crowded with both natives and visitors. The greatest attraction of the beach is its lovely blue waters that contrast perfectly with the sandy beaches forming a pictorial location admired by all.

    The aqua marine waters are safe for swimming and other water sports which are indulged into by visitors. Snorkelling and diving is also allowed in these waters making it quite popular among the adventure seekers. Cars are allowed n the beach though the speed limit is maintained at 10km/hour. One can also take pets to the beach area only if they are kept on leash during the peak time. Plenty of accommodation is available near the beach area for the people who want to stay here. 

  • 94 Henley Beach

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    When it comes to visiting beaches in Adelaide, one can never miss a trip to the exotic Henley beach and explore the beauty of the location. Similar to Glenelg beach, Henley beach can also be reached by fetching a tram ride from the city centre and is much easy to access. Surrounded by classy, top rated sea food restaurants the bustling Henley square is one of the must visit destination to enjoy and savour , the mouth melting tastes of versatile sea food cuisines.

    The shoreline stretches far away and what more swimming is allowed here. So take a quick dip and get refreshed enjoying the lovely beach. There are awesome activities that can be done here but one that really feels good is the nature walk following the River Torrens Linear Park trail that starts from the city and goes straight to the Henley beach. One of the best places to spend a quality evening, this is indeed a must visit destination. 

  • 95 South Australian Museum

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    Known for its world class collection of natural history and cultural remnants, the South Australian Museum is one of the best sightseeing spots of the city. It has the biggest collection of Australian Aboriginal cultural objects and more than 3000 artefacts that remains on display for the visitors to enjoy. The biodiversity gallery focuses on the land as well as the marine wildlife present in South Australia with gallant information on each of them. Apart from these there are other galleries too which include Pacific Cultures, Opalised Fossils, Megafauna, Mawson, Minerals Ediacaran, and the Ancient Egyptian Room.Exhibitions, different government programs and summer events are quite popular here. The entry is free for all.

    Open: 10:00am to 5:00pm

    Location: North Terrace, Adelaide

  • 96 Adelaide Central Market

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    Experience a youthful energetic thrive in the hub of tasty gourmet and rich culture in the awe striking Adelaide Central Market which has been stealing hearts for nearly 145 years. Established in 1869, this beautiful market accommodates more than 80 traders making it one of the largest markets of the country. Every week from Tuesday till Saturday, the market buzz with life loading up with all sorts of organic fruits, vegetables, seafood, poultry, premium meat, gourmet cheeses, and all sorts of bakery foods.

    Every month millions of visitors stream through the market. Events like guest chef briefing on cooking tips and having cooking classes is a common scenario. One can speak to the traders who have been peddling their wares here for decades and huge knowledge to share about the market, its rich history and its versatility. One can gather information on the local produce and fetch ideas about Australian cuisine. 

  • 97 St Kilda Beach

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    When you visit Melbourne during the summers, the beaches of the city should definitely be on your top go-to lists. There are many breath-taking beaches in this second largest city of Melbourne and St. Kilda Beach is one of them.

    Highlights –
    Running for over 700m in length, St. Kilda beach is purely paradise one earth, especially during the hot summers. The waters are abode to various simmers of all age groups who come here to beat the heat. Also the shores are full of people who engage in some water sports or the other. You will find no dearth for refreshments as there are a number of restaurants and bars lined along the sea baths of St. Kilda.

    Location –
    Port Philip, Victoria.

    Activities –
    Swimming, kite-surfing, wing-surfing, water-skiing, jet-skiing, beach volleyball, sailing, rollerblading, skating park, boardwalk, walking, jogging, cycling and many more.

  • 98 World Square

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    It is the central business district which comprises of not only shopping centres, restaurants, café and other take away shop which will keep you busy all the time.

    Highlights: The place is also considered to be home to many radio stations too especially the Austereo’s Sydney radio. You can also visit the famous Rydges World Square Hotel which has both restaurants and other commercial space. You can also witness one of the tallest skyscraper World Tower. The place is a must visit for one and all and allow you to spend some of the most amazing time.

     Location: World Square is a large development in the Sydney Central Business District, New South Wales, Australia

  • 99 The Strand Arcade

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    Want to have some Victorian Style Shopping? There is absolutely no better place than the Strand Arcade. The Arcade was also known as the ‘Arcade Street’ , a name which was given to the place which connects London with City of Westminster.

    Highlights: You can find the local craftsmanship of Australian Designer Labels such as Alex Perry, Manning Cartell, Lover, Dion Lee and many more to list down. You can also visit some of the renowned stores such as Haigh Chocolates, Raphael Jewellers, Victoria Buckley Jewellery and much more.

    Location: 412-414 George St, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia

  • 100 Birkenhead Point Outlet Centre

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    If you want to go out for shopping while enjoying the spectacular views of the harbour while having the best of fashion, food and lifestyle all under one roof.

     Highlights: Birkenhead is the original factory outlet centre. It offers some of the top most designer labels and that too at 70%off regular price. While shopping you can also get a chance to sip of coffee.

  • 101 Southbank

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    South bank is the area that stretches along the southern bank of the Yarra River. It starts the moment you cross Princes Bridge, turn left and walk down the steps to the river. South bank was once an old and neglected area, mostly industrial, which has recently been rejuvenated as the heartbeat of the central city area. This has been done by using the Yarra River as a central feature and by introducing entertainment facilities along the river bank. The main focal point is the Southgate Arts & Leisure Precinct, which is Melbourne's main entertainment precinct and which has upmarket shops and restaurants, trendy cafes, food courts and a five-star hotel. This area also is the home of the Arts Centre and its theaters, as well as the Hamer Hall (previously Melbourne Concert Hall). At Southgate, a huge emphasis is placed on outdoor eating and sidewalk entertainment. A market is held along the footways at the eastern end of the river bank on Sunday mornings. You can catch a steamboat opposite the Southgate complex for a trip up the Yarra. Further along, the southern bank there is the Crown Entertainment Complex, which is also big on restaurants and shops (as well as gambling). Further on, there is the Melbourne Exhibition Centre.

  • 102 Melbourne Museum

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    From the natural environment to culture and history, Melbourne Museum explores life in Victoria. The museum includes a special gallery just for children. Melbourne Museum highlights include a complete skeleton of a blue whale, the Bunjilaka Aboriginal Cultural Centre, a living rainforest, the racehorse Phar Lap and an IMAX theater on site. Major international exhibitions are presented in the Touring Hall. The Melbourne Museum shop, located in the main foyer, has a strong emphasis on local and Australian products that reflect the museum's themes. Major features of Melbourne Museum include celebrating Victoria's local Koorie culture in Bunjilaka, Aboriginal Cultural Centre. Explore Melbourne's rich history in the Melbourne Story exhibition; be immersed in evocative stories and discover the icons and personalities that have shaped Melbourne since the early 1800s. Visit the Museum Shops for a unique range of books, toys, games, as well as original, locally produced crafts and souvenirs you won't find anywhere else. Relax at the Museum Cafe over a coffee and a bite to eat.

  • 103 Sydney Jewish Museum

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    The Sydney Jewish museum catalogues the history of the Jewish people in Australia and most importantly the Holocaust. It was made to commemorate Jewish men and women who served in the second world war. In the historic Maccabean Hall, it was opened for Sir John Monash on Armistice Day in the year 1923. The museum has long been a major Jewish community center since then and has been deemed as an ideal venue for the museum. It is an important part of the Aussie cultural history that tends to pay tribute to the six million people who were murdered by the Nazi's. Further, Sydney Jewish Museum honors the people who happened to survive this massacre.

    Location: It is located at the 148 Darlington Road.

    Highlight: Sydney Jewish Museum aims to teach religious Tolerance and universal brotherhood to mankind.

    Best time to visit: It is best visited during the Hanukkah festival.

  • 104 Silver Beach

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    Silver beach, on the kurnell peninsula is your answer for a relaxing time. When life stretches you thin, stretch yourself over this pristine wonder of nature known to all as Silver beach. True to its name, you thank yourself when you see the silvery gleam of this beach shine in your loved ones eyes. In the front of Botany Bay spend your time in the midst of surreally clean sand and immerse yourself in the supreme pleasure of slowly dipping down into its crystal clear waters. The Silver beach is known for its functionality as a family outing venue with everything available at a convenient location. It is a great picnic spot and like all other beaches in Sydney it will cradle you and tease you to come explore its exquisite beauty.

    Location: Silver beach is located on the Kurnell peninsula adjacent to Botany bay.

    Highlights: It is known for its clean beaches and crystal clear water.

    Best time to visit: September to November, March to May.

  • 105 Chinaman's Beach

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    Chinaman's Beach In Rosherville Reserve, Sydney Harbour, is a relatively isolated Beach. It is near Balmoral beach and faces Clontarf Reserve. It is a local favorite since it is a perfectly nestled area with just about zero waves thereby making it just the right place for snorkeling, swimming and kids. Chinaman's Beach is also famous for canoeing and kayaking. The beach is extremely clean, so rest assured that as a concerned parent you can witness your children building sandcastles, collecting shells and discovering rock formations in extremely hygienic surroundings. Moreover, if it’s your lucky day, who knows, you might even stumble upon a sea creature!

    Location: Chinaman's Beach is located at Mosman NSW 2088

    Highlights: It has a small playground with lots of greenery for kids to play. And if you do get hungry, which you will after having an insane amount of fun, you can just drive up to the Spit or at the Balmoral beach.

    Best time to visit: September to November, March to May

  • 106 Whale Beach

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    Designed by Ace Architect Alexander Stewart Jolly, Whale Beach is the home of Wedge which is a well known surf break. It is located 40 km north of Sydney city central business district and has various places and spots for the perfect wind for surf junkies. Whale Beach comes under the Pittwater council, among the northern beaches region. Its beaches are amazing but one also has to be careful about the looming whales. The government had provided a lot of security and it also has an enclosed pool. The beach, being very famous is frequented by locals and tourists alike. Catching the surf winds is comparatively easier due the equally spaced out waves. At Carol Reed, there is a heritage listed single stories bungalow made from sandstone.

    Location: It is 40 km north of Sydney central business district.

    Highlights: It is famous for the wedge, a surf break.

    Best time to visit: September to November, March to May.

  • 107 Avalon Beach

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    Due to the much preferred sea-change the locals from Sydney have started to prefer Avalon beach for the better 'surfer lifestyle'. So the water sport community here has grown allowing for it to become a major attraction. Along the north head land, the waters there attract a lot of long boarders for its huge waves. The 25 meter ocean rock pool attracts a lot of visitors for its refreshing experience. Little Avalon, south of Avalon produces comparatively harsher waves making it fun for tube rides. It's 'surfer lifestyle' has made this a major water sport attraction all over the world and is on the top of every water sport fanatics' bucket list.

    Location: Avalon is located in the northern suburb of Sydney.

    Highlight: Avalon is known for its crispy waves much preferred by professional and amateur surfers alike

    Best time to visit: September to November, March to May.

  • 108 Manly Beach

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    Manly Beach is a part of the northern beaches of Sydney. It covers three parts- Queens cliff, north steyne and south steyne. It's main street for shoppers and diners, runs through the ferry wharf and harbor to the peninsula to Manly beach, the boundary between north and south steyne. Manly Lifeguards work the entire year at South Steyne, and work from October to April at Queens cliff and North steyne. After an energy filled day at exclusive Aussie beaches, unwind from unwinding by exploring the insane night acne at this beach. The nightclubs on this beach will keep you on your toes all night. Before that do remember to shop till you drop and try the sumptuous cuisine at one of the restaurants.

    Location: It is located at Manly, NSW 2095, Sydney.

    Highlight: Manly Beach is known for its restaurants, nightclubs and dive bars.

    Best time to visit: September to November, March to May.

  • 109 Freshwater Beach

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    Freshwater is an amazing beach nestled between two peak lands. In the northern peak it does provide protection in the summer from the waves, however throughout the year the waves are fairly consistent. Freshwater Beach is under the aegis of the Manly-Freshwater National and World Surfing Reserve that recognizes the environmental, cultural and historical values of beaches. The Beach is beautiful and stands apart in its own right for its environmental heritage. Most tourist places are fun but this aims to educate the people with regards to safeguarding our environment.

    Location: It is located in Freshwater, NSW, which is a suburb in Sydney.

    Highlights: There is also a saltwater pool which is famous with swimmers. It is also the home of Hawaiian 'duke' Kahanamolu , the person responsible for bringing surfing to this region. There is life size statue of him on the beach.

    Best time to visit: September to November, March to May.

  • 110 Bilgola

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    Bilgola Beach is a suburb in the northern part of Sydney and is one of the very beautiful surfing beaches in Sydney. The term 'Bilgola' is derived from an ancient Aboriginal phrase which means 'swirling waters'. The legendary Bilgola Beach is famous for its beauty. You will come here for the beauty but stay back for the serenity it offers to the mind. Once everything quiets down, you can hear the ocean, all of your worries will melt away in the 'swirling waters'. Nearby there are a lot of places to crash and munch while you look over the beach.

    Location: Bilgola Beach is 33 km north-east of Sydney's central business district.

    Highlight: It is known especially for its beautiful surf winds. You can swim, twist, twirl and play all your favorite water sports here at the Bilgola Beach.

    Best time to visit: September to November, March to May.

  • 111 Surfers Paradise

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    Located in the suburbs of Queensland, Australia, Surfers paradise is the promised land of urban sundry surrounded by tall buildings and a wide surf beach. The high rise buildings of Surfers paradise are well recognized as the skyline of Queensland. With the best mall in the Kernel, the Cavill Mall', Surfers paradise is a beautiful spot for tourists to relish.

    Surfers paradise is the home of 20,000 Australians. The 'Cavill Mall' is the bosom of the city which authentically blends the Australian culture with the tourist through its exotic Australian cuisine and nightlife. Surfers Paradise is recognized as the soul of Queensland, particularly because of the comportment of the wide surd beach. Tourists from all over the world, visit the place to relish this colossal destination. The great Surfers paradise festival, is celebrated every year in the month of March or April to celebrate the exuberant beauty of Gold coast's authentic cuisine, fashion, artistic production and craft, culture and local music.

    Location: Surfers Paradise is situated in the suburbs area of Gold coast in the Queensland, Australia.

    Price: Entry to Surfers paradise is free of monetary value. Only the festival time charges $15 to $25 as an entry fee.

  • 112 Hobart

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    Hobart, being the most popular city of the Australian state, Tasmania, the city is less populated compared to its popularity. Hobart has emerged as a one-stop tourist destination of Australia. Speaking about history, Hobart is Australia's second oldest state capital city, after Sydney. Hence, it holds the country's ancient traditions and culture.

    Hobart is one of the top tourist destinations in Australia. For Yachting lover, Hobart is the paradise. The city hosts a Syndey to Hobart yacht race every year after the Christmas eve day. People from all over Australia visits Hobart to enjoy this beauty event day. The Yacht race is celebrated with the Hobart Summer Festival. The festival brings a warm essence of Tasmanian food and exotic wine. Hobart is known as the festive city of Australia. It hosts more than five country festival all over the year.

    Location: Hobart City is located at the Southeastern corner of Tasmania State, at the bank of the Derwent River.

    Price: Entry to the city of Hobart is free of cost.

  • 113 Sunshine Coast, Queensland

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    Being the third-most populated state of Queensland, Australia, the Sunshine Coast is a semi-urban area situated at the heart of the city. The town has a touch of urban lifestyle with European culture since Europeans were the first to settle in this region. As the name suggests, Sunshine Coast is a beautiful coastal region surrounded by valleys and water bodies while making it an ideal place to hop in during vacations.

    Highlights: Sunshine Coast region is guarded by an unbreakable chain of sea beaches which attracts more than 3.2 million visitors every year. The plethora of sunshine falling upon the sun-kissed beaches explains the scenic beauty of this place. This Coast is the home for 5 famous National Parks of Australia, including Mapleton National Park, Kondalilla National Park, The Glass House National Park and so on.

    Location: The Sunshine Coast is located at the north of Brisbane, in the Southern east corner of Queensland Australia.

  • 114 Port Douglas

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    At the furthest north of Queensland, Australia, a small place called Port Douglas exists which is an extraordinary tourist destination. Travelers from all around the world who visit Australia, never misses this beautiful and refined place, Port Douglas. One cause of its popularity and fame is because of its close proximity to the World heritage sites- The Great Barrier Reef and The Daintree Rainforest.

     Port Douglas is popularly named after John Douglas, the former premier of Queensland. The township is the home of four best World heritage sites: Macrossan Street, St. Mary's Wharf Street, 6 Dixie street Port Douglas Wharf and Port Douglas Court house Museum. Kitesurfing is the most popular play in the town which draws crowds of tourists hovering at the streets of Port Douglas. Port Douglas is named as one the best top 100 towns in Australia.

    Location: Port Douglas is located north of Queensland, Australia and is in close approximation to Cairins, Australia.

    Price: Entry to the Port Douglas town is free of monetary value.

  • 115 Royal National Park

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    Royal National Park is the second oldest and protected National Park in the vicinity of South Sydney. In December 2006, the park was added under Australian National Heritage List. It is also known as Nasho or Royals and was established in the year 1879.


    Location: Royal National Park is located at Sutherland Shire, New South Wales in eastern Australia. Public transports like ferry, tram or trains are easily available to reach the national park.
    Highlights: This place has incredible landscapes and beaches and is the best place to explore the beauty of nature. It's also a perfect place for walking, cycling, surfing, picnicking, whale watching or bird watching.

    Best time to visit: Usually, tourists like to visit the national park in different seasons to enjoy different attractions. In the summer, people can enjoy surfing and relaxing on the Garie beach. In the winter, you can enjoy the beautiful scenery along the coast and spot whales too.

  • 116 Brisbane

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    Being the third largest city of Australia and existing on the banks of the winding Brisbane River, this place is the jewel in the crown with unlimited attractions that make it a popular tourist destination. Boosting its rich heritage and modern elegance, the city caught the eye with its hosting of Commonwealth Games way back in 1982 and subsequently World Expo in 1988. Having mild subtropical climate, this is one of preferred places of the country both for the natives as well as the visitors.


    It projects a new world with loads of opportunities in terms of commerce, industry, tourism and development. There are plenty of good places to see in Brisbane and some of them include Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary, Cultural Centre, Mount Coot-Tha, South Bank, Custom House, Queen Street Mall and Moreton Island. Apart from this huge activity entertainment is also available here making the city a sought after destination.

  • 117 AQWA - Under Water World

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    Visiting AQWA Under Water World is a unique way to discover the distinctive marine life of Western Australia. It is the largest aquarium of Australia with more than four hundred different species of sea life. Built in 1988, the aquarium has five different regions, representing the different marine life and their environment in different parts of the Western Australian shoreline. The aquarium has one of the largest living coral reef exhibits.

    Highlights: If you are a qualified snorkeler or scuba diver, you can join AQWA’s Divemaster and discover the sea life from close. After exploring the unique aquarium, you can enjoy delicious meals and snacks with a cup of hot coffee at AQWA Café.

    Location: The aquarium is located in Hillary, the northern suburb of Perth.

    Timing: 10am - 5pm

    Price: The entry ticket price of the aquarium is $79 for a family of 2 adults and 2 children.

  • 118 Broadbeach

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    Famous for surfing in the lovely beaches and parks, Broad Beach or ‘Broadie’ is all ready to jail the visitors from all over the world. A place full of exciting things to do, it has street artists, shopping malls,five star hotels and the list is almost endless. You may fall short of time but not things to do. So, make a long, long list before you head towards Gold Coast’s exciting beach, the Broad Beach. Being a suburb in Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia, it has all the razzle dazzle that the visitors would get attracted to. The 24x7 lounges, restaurants, casino bars, and shows is all you need to make your trip a memorable one. Well, the activities to do here can never end. You can shop, eat, surf, walk in the gardens, watch the exhibition.
     Highlights: Art and Craft Markets, Jupiter Hotels and Casinos, Pacific Fair Shopping Centre.

  • 119 Main Beach

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    Sitting at the northern end of the Gold Coast, Main Beach has an open shore break and this is why is very popular among the surfers. The Pavilion 34 is a casual beach café that serves delicious potato scallops, Chikko rolls, fish, chips, and pineapple fritters, which may be another reason why tourists would love to visit this place. Since, it is the main surf beach to the town of Southport, therefore, it is named so. Right next to the Southport Surf club is the bathing pavilion accompanied by shady park that provides a perfect space for seaside picnics. There are exclusive bars, restaurants, cafes, boutiques and much more to attract the tourists and provide them a trip full of fun and joy. To add to the frolic there are hotels, shopping malls, clubs, and theme parks.

     Highlights: Marine Mirage, Palazzo Versace, The Southport Yacht Club, Gold Coast Seaway, Sea World.

  • 120 Purling Brook Falls

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    Purling Brook Falls is one of the largest falls in Gold Coast and is one of the major tourist’s attractions in Gold Coast. The gorgeous falls and the surrounding vistas is a sight to behold. The Purling Brook Falls Lookout is a smaller and easier trail to follow with beautiful landscape and abundant flora and fauna. The Purling Brook Falls Circuit is a 4 km journey that starts form Gwongorella picnic area and takes you through the dense eucalyptus forest from where you can descend to the base of the waterfall. From there you will climb through the rainforest to reach back the starting point.

    Highlights: Do not forget to book an appointment with the Springbrook Observatory to watch the mysteries of night sky through powerful telescopes. Also, visit the largest glow worm colonies of Australia.

    Location: Located at the centre of Springbrook National Park, a World Heritage Site. 

  • 121 Greenmount Beach

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    The Gold Coast has some of the most incredible and popular beaches. Greenmount Beach is one such idyllic beach, characterized by warm white sand and pristine water. The beach is separated from the Coolangatta beach by the coastal head called Greenmount Point. Most of the time, the waves here are gentle, making it ideal for surfing and swimming. Several trails can be taken to enjoy a beach walk. You can take the trail to steer towards the Greenmount Hill to reach Point Danger which is a good place to enjoy whale watching.

    Highlights: Greenmount Beach Surf is located at the southern corner where you can enjoy refreshing drinks. Grab a delicious meal at the Rainbow Bay, overlooking the picturesque beach with lapping waves and warm sand.

    The beach starts at the eastern end of Coolangatta Beach, at the suburb of Coolangatta, south of Gold Coast.

    Timing: N/A

    Price: N/A

  • 122 Skypoint Observation Deck

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    SkyPoint Observation Deck is Australia's one and only beachside with an observation deck. Rising 230 meters in the sky, SkyPoint is among the Gold Coast’s popular attractions and is a destination worth a visit for locals as well as visitors. It provides a 360-degree panoramic view which stretches from surf the hinterland and beyond and provides the ideal location for its visitors to experience an unforgettable Gold Coast shimmering skyline or take views of Brisbane to the Byron Bay. SkyPoint Observation Deck thus is on the list of must-see places for Gold Coast visitors. With its unrivaled 360 degrees view from coast to hinterland, mini-theatrette, and feature zones along with the amazing displays providing the entire needed information, one can plan the holiday hit list without any hassle. During the night, SkyPoint Observation Deck can be seen to transforms into a high altitude and chic lounge bar with pleasing music.

     Location: SkyPoint Observation Deck located on the Levels 77 and 78 of Q1 Building at Surfers Paradise. The one-time entry starts at $24 while day and night admission is priced at $19.

  • 123 BurleighHeads,Queesnland

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    Australia's Gold Coast is the buzzing city, the favorite to Surfers ideal for a thrilling holiday with festivals, golden beaches, nightlife, theme parks and more. Burleigh is famous for its surf beaches and point breaks and its laid back atmosphere. The beachside town, Burleigh possesses a charm of its own, a beach culture with plenty of activities. Strolling along a promenade lined with the Norfolk Island pines and taking in sounds and beauty of Burleigh has been a favorite of tourists ever since.

    Alfresco dining at the cafes or restaurants next to the beach or surfing the lifesaving clubs have so much to offer. Local shops take care of the shopping needs with the shopping centers located within easy reach. The James Street with boutiques as well as and other shopping and dining options is mesmerizing for shopaholic souls as well as non-shopaholics.

     Location: It is bordered by the breathtaking Miami Beach and Palm Beach and the mountains reaching the Gold Coast.

  • 124 Wet 'n' Wild Gold Coast

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    The Gold Coast has been popular for the spectacular beaches, theme parks and thrilling rides, scenic rainforests and unlimited entertainment 24 hours every day. Wet'n'Wild Gold Coast has been popular as one of the largest water parks located in Gold Coast, both operated and owned by Village Roadshow Theme Parks. The park stays open throughout the year with the pools and the slides heated during winter months. For the much awaited splashtacular day out with the family, keep Wet'n'Wild Gold Coast, on the list with endless summer at its exposure.

    The 'AquaLoop' slide cannot be missed for the gut-wrenching experience which it offers as the trapdoor gets released, sending the riders to plummet and accelerate into a vertical and massive free fall. The ultimate adrenaline rush comes with the Extreme H2O Zone and followed by the Blackhole, the Tornado, Kamikaze and Mach 5. General Ticket charge is about $64.00 while several discounts and advantages apply to groups purchasing more than 20 tickets.

    Location: Wet 'n' Wild Gold Coast is the famous water park located in Oxenford, Gold Coast.

  • 125 Springbrook National Park

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    Springbrook has been enlisted as a world heritage national park. Springbrook is the home to a world of epiphytes, strangler figs, rare birds and plants, glow in the dark mushrooms, vines tangling around trees, mossy fern groves. Few places in the world contain such plants and animals which remain unchanged from the ancestors in fossil records. Springbrook Mountain has its origins millions of years ago. Still not spoilt by excessive commercialization, Springbrook is a part of ancient Gondwana Rainforests and home to avariety of wildlife such as the rare Albert’s Lyrebird, rosellas and the bowerbirds. One can relax in the protected rainforest and look at the stars in the clear sky or pay a visit to the colonies of the glow-worms any time of the year.

    Location: Gold Coast hinterland 45 minutes from Surfers Paradise and about 1.5 hours away from Brisbane.

    Things to do: Walking tracks, picnic, guided tours and long walks, View wildlife and Horse riding.

  • 126 Little Parakeet Bay

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    Situated to the north side of Rottnest Island, the approximate distance of Little Parakeet Bay from Thompson Bay is three kilometers. All it takes is a short ferry ride from the city. The structure of the bay is covered with rocks all over. It is hidden behind the rocky outcrop and beyond it is a large sandy beach.The water is clean and crystal clear. The jagged rocks perforated on its surface tend to exhibit a kind of dramatic backdrop. It is a safe as well as protected place for those who love to swim, as the waters are well protected and shallow.

    The best time to visit here is September to March as you can enjoy whale watching, wild flowers, and summer months. Highlights: this place is ideal for swimming, surfing, and beach walk, cycling, tunnel tour, Oliver hill gun, Quokkas, little salmon bay, and much more.

  • 127 Pinky Beach

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    Located 18 kilometers off the coast of Western Australia, Pinky Beach stands near Fremantle and Perth, on Rottnest Island or ‘Rotto’, which is a premier Island Gateway with around 60 beautiful bays and beaches. Pinky Beach provides an alluring experience to the tourists who visit here and makes it a memorable trip for them. It is just below the Bathurst Point Lighthouse, which is only a short walk away from the Thompson Bay settlement. If you like, you can expand your trip by staying there overnight in a variety of accommodations available there or if you wish to return back you can catch the Rottnest Ferry back from Fremantle. The best time to visit this beach is during the summer months and rest in the lap of lovely bays and beaches, relishing the soothing effect of the sparkling blue water.

    You can enjoy at the Pinkies between 8pm and 11pm.

  • 128 Rockingham Beach

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    Placed 50 minutes out of Perth City, Rockingham Beach is a popular tourist spot that has been declared as the cleanest beach of the state. In fact, it is a primary centre of Western Australia. The cleanliness credit goes to the massive underground filter tanks that protect the ocean from water pollutants and harmful storm particles. The rehabilitation works integrated by the state government in the dune system curb the heavy storm that takes place in the winter season. This beach represented Western Australia in the National Clean Beaches Awards held in March 2011.

    Talking about the facilities over here, there are schools, industries, shopping outlets, petrol station, fast food chains, cafes, shops, and much more. Although, the place has mind boggling population growth, but tourists who love to enjoy in a serene and clean environment can step in to Rockingham Beach. Highlights: kite surfing, wind surfing, boating.

  • 129 St Mary's Cathedral

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    St Mary’s Cathedral is considered as one of the major tourist attractions of Perth. This Cathedral Church is the seat of the Archbishop of Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Perth. It is an interesting edifice in Perth which is located on a peak of the hill with a calm and tranquil surrounding. The construction of the Cathedral was completed in three phases and has a rich history of more than a century. The recent expansion work of the Cathedral was ended in 2009.

    Highlights: You can enjoy the impressive architecture of the building and attend the service. The calm surrounding of the Cathedral is perfect to spend some time away from the hustle and bustle of the city. You can also join for a special tour that is conducted every Tuesday for a donation of $5.

    Location: The Catehdral is located at the heart of Victoria Square, close to Perth CBD. 

  • 130 Fremantle Markets

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    The Fremantle Markets is one of the most sought after destination for locals and tourists alike. The place is brimming with vitality and every type of merchandize. It is a perfect place to shop till you drop. The market is housed inside a huge Victorian era edifice which was constructed in 1902. It is one of the heritage places of Western Australia. Inside the building, there are 150 stalls, selling all kind of things from t-shirts, fashion apparels, pottery, local handicrafts, souvenirs, antiques, jewellery, music and local produces.

    Highlights: The Fremantle Markets has huge range of cafes and restaurants where you can find delicious food. You can always find some kind of performance and events, both inside and outside the market.

    Location: The Fremantle Markets is located on South Terrace in the centre of the port city Fremantle. It can be reached in about thirty minutes drive from Perth Airport. 

  • 131 Eagle Street Pier

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    If the choice is to experience the breathtaking sights of Brisbane River then one of the best ways of doing the same is to visit the Eagle Street Pier. This is a fascinating waterfront with charming views of the river and filled with a splendid collection of some of the best eateries and dining avenues serving some of the best cuisines worldwide. This is one of the famed locations for enjoying excellent food and entertainment with the presence of ARIA restaurant, Pony, Cha Cha Char, Sake and many others. Apart from delicious food, the place is also a great stop to enjoy work class wines and cocktails available in the best rated bars located here. In fact it is one of the popular places to spend a delightful evening with friends and family.

    Locaton: 45 Eagle Street, Brisbane. 

  • 132 Leighton Beach

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    Based on the northern part of Fremantle, lies the beautiful Leighton Beach which has brilliant scenic views and is an ideal location to enjoy snorkelling and swimming. The waves of this beach are quite low and that s why it provides an ideal location to be with kids and family and enjoy a fabulous day. Body surfing is another sport which can be tried here n the cool waters of the ocean. One can enjoy the sight of the locals swimming here daily and view extensive marine life by snorkelling under the water.

    The sight of sunset is one of the key attractions of this location especially with the backdrop of Rottnest Island. The best part of enjoying a day in Leighton beach is that it allows pet and it is an animal exercise ground. So for all those pet owners this is an ideal place to enjoy some play time with your loved ones. 

  • 133 Perth Zoo

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    Located at the banks of Swan River about 5 minutes from Perth CBD, lay the Perth Zoo. The Zoo remains open every day of the year and as per records it has never been closed from the day it was opened in 1898. It is quite large an area so if the program is for half a day then one may lose out on essential part of the zoo, so an ideal tour would be for a full day. Almost all types of animals are available here with all coming from different parts of the globe. There are Asian animals, African, Australian, South American and not to forget a whole range of love fauna and a wide range of unique plants. The entry fee of the zoo is different for individuals and for groups. However for child below 4 years of age the entry is free. There are membership cards and citizen concession card which allows great discounts. Educational programs and events are organised here too which are especially good for the kids.

    Location: 20 Labouchere Rd, South Perth 

  • 134 Art Gallery of western Australia

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    At a distance of easy walking distance from the Perth train station, where the Perth Cultural Centre is located which houses the Art Gallery of Western Australia. The gallery was founded in 1895 and it consists of heritage buildings. The gallery consist of some of the best creations of Australian artists, the prestigious State Art collection, and eminent collection of western Australian art and also some International design and art. Design, craft, painting, culture all are present in this collection having altogether about 17,000 collections. In a nutshell, one has a peek into the cultural heritage of the country and enjoy its artistic strength. The gallery remains closed on every Tuesday. One can also take a bus ride to the museum. The blue CAT buses give the nearest drop off and pick up from the museum. There are no entry fees for the museum but one can voluntarily donate.

    Location: Perth Cultural Centre, Perth

    Timings: 10am to 5 pm 

  • 135 Ellis Beach

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    Lying beside the Coral Sea, Ellis is a beach in Tropical north Queensland. It is a home to a surf life saving club which organizes regular events and competitions throughout the year. Ellis Beach is named after Dick Ellis who was a shot firer for the New Queensland department of main roads. When he lost his hand in an accident, the state government built him a house on this beach. He tended and created a mango garden which still exists.

    One has to be careful of stingers here during the months of November to May, though there are patrols who make sure of safety standards. This beach was also featured in the fourth season of the amazing race. It is famous for its pumice stones which line the shore. Many revelers can be seen collecting them as it is a major hobby cultivated by the locals. The food available is said to be some of the best in Cairns.

    Location: It is located 31 km North of Cairns

    Highlights: The specialty of the Ellis Beach is the beautiful pumice stones found along the shore.

    Best time to visit: September to November, March to May.

  • 136 Kewarra Beach

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    A beautiful coastal suburb, Kewarra Beach is a quiet locality in Cairns. It is a great idea to go for a relaxing stroll on this beach, while you hear the exotic birds chirping nearby. Kewarra Beach has the Coral Sea to the east and Kundarra National Park on its west. There is a little shopping centre on Poolwood Road. Pelican Park, a foreshore reserve is just adjacent to Kewarra.

    The swimming enclosure here keeps the marine stingers far in the north end. The others reserves here are Crocodile Park and Brolga Park. There are many luxurious resorts here for your pleasure including Kewarra Beach resort and Palm Beach country club. It is just 20 minutes from Cairns, if you take the Captain Cook highway. Sun bus has a bus service which you can take to reach the beach.

    Location: Kewarra is a coastal suburb in Cairns city.

    Highlights: Kewarra has a lot of places to go around including many animal reserves including Crocodile Park.

    Best time to visit: September to November, March to May.

  • 137 Royal Australian Mint

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    The Royal Australian Mint is a coin mint, which was opened in 1965, situated in the Australian federal capital city of Canberra, within the suburb of Deakin. All new Australian circulating coins are minted at the Royal Australian Mint. Before the opening of the Australian mint, the Australian coins were struck at branches of the Royal Mint, which were the Sydney Mint, Melbourne Mint and the Perth Mint.

    The Royal Australian Mint is the first mint in Australia not to be a branch of the Royal Mint of London. The only other operational mint in Australia was the Perth Mint. Planning for a mint started in 1959, when it was proposed to move Royal Mint branch from Melbourne to Canberra. It was officially opened through The Duke of Edinburgh on 22 February 1965, coinciding the decimal currency, which was introduced into circulation on 14 February 1966.

    The mint consists of two buildings, an administration building and a process building. The administration building house engravers, a laboratory, and a vibration-free basement where coinage is measured to ensure correct size and weight. The mint is an Australian Public Service agency, staffed through the Department of the Treasury.

    Location: Deakin suburb, Canberra, Australia.

  • 138 Floriade

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    Floriade a flower and entertainment festival held annually in Canberra's Commonwealth Park featuring extensive displays of flowering bulbs integrated with sculptures and other artistic features. Florida comes from the Latin word floriat, which means designing with flowers. The festival attracts the tourists from around Australia and overseas in the spring from mid September to mid October every year, and is considered as the most important regular event for tourism in the Australian Capital Territory.

    It is being called "Australia's Celebration of Spring”. After some controversy regarding an entry charge, admission to Floriade has been free for many years. Floriade was the idea of Christiaan Slotemaker de Bruine, Landscape Architect with Department of Capital Territory in Canberra. He commenced the design in 1986 and based it on the world famous 'Keukenhof' garden in The Netherlands.

    Floriade started in 1988 as a one off celebration of Canberra's 75th birthday and Australia Bicentenary of European settlement. Due to the success and popularity of the event, it has run every year since then with every year having a new theme and is currently the largest flower festival in the Southern Hemisphere

    Location: Canberra's Commonwealth Park, Canberra, Australia.

  • 139 Lake Burley Griffin

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    A Canberra city person comes for The Lake is commonly underestimated; however, its superb quality methods around it and a loop walk may be terrific thanks to seeing a number of the nation's landmark buildings. The views square measure special all year around, though this is my favorite’s time of season once the colors square measure spectacular. Otherwise, you will take a leisurely cruise around it and luxuriate in the panorama from the water.

    Swimming within the lake is certainly doable in summer, though I'd advise not ingesting an excessive amount of the water. This lake has three loops for walking, running and sport. One is concerning 5k, one concerning 9k and also the different concerning 16k, therefore, one thing for all. a stunning time out.


    Location: Canberra, Australia.

    OPENING HOURS:-Accessible all hours

    ENTRY COSTS:-Free 

  • 140 The National Portrait Gallery

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    Canberra city has after having spent many hours strolling through the large expanses of the NGA, the Portrait Gallery was on behalf of me a welcome modification.
    I was all fascinated staring at the variety of the portraits. Such is that the talent of the many of our Nation's greatest artists, that the paintings virtually appear to return to life.

    I will be able to undoubtedly be visiting once more. After having spent many hours strolling through the large expanses of the NGA, the Portrait Gallery was on behalf of me a welcome modification. On a way totally different scale with smaller gallery areas, the PG had a sense of way bigger intimacy and reference to the large assortment of beautiful portraits.

    Location: King Edward Terrace, Canberra 2600, Australia.

    OPENING HOURS:-Daily: 10am - 5pm; Closed Christmas Day.

    ENTRY COSTS:-Free 

  • 141 Noarlunga Beach

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    Being a small sea-side suburb in the City of Onkaparinga, South Australia, Noarlunga Beach possesses a population of 2,632 and is located approximately 30 kilometers to the south of the Adelaide City Center. It serves as popular holiday destination presently but was created as a sea port. It is a long beach having ample space for surfing in the South Port area, the surfing can be done at reasonable rates. To the south, it is bounded by the river Onkaparinga and by Gulf St. Vincent to the west. Christies Beach lies to its north whereas Noarlunga Downs and Noarlunga Centre rest to the east of Noarlunga Beach. Like any other beach, this one also does not lag behind in terms of enjoyment and recreational activities.

    Highlights: One can go for activities like swimming, fishing, and fishing and all of them are relatively safe, secure, and available at affordable prices.

  • 142 Grange Beach

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    Located 11 kilometers from the Adelaide City Center, in the City of Charles Sturt, Grange Beach is another coastal suburb of Adelaide in South Australia. It is considered to be the quietest beach of the city of Adelaide with a flat surface of ocean and plenty of shade. The nearest hotel where the visitors can stay is the Grange Hotel on the avenue at the Grange Beach. Here, one can find all the modern as well as basic facilities essential for a comfortable and peaceful stay. The front area of the hotel provides an amazing view of the calm ocean. Dine in facilities are also available here. Also, there are few parks and reserves in the suburb that offer a playing field. The green area in the heart of the suburb is said to be the location of Charles Sturt’s cottage.

    Highlights: free parking space, waterfront café, a decent pub.

  • 143 Adelaide Hills

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    Adelaide hills are actually part of the Mount Lofty. In contrast to the warmer Adelaide plains, these hills have cool and crisp air and pleasant climate. There are a number of summer houses in the region with prominent European architecture. But the hills are most famous for their wineries and cellar doors. In fact, it is reputed as the one of the most prominent wine producing region across the world.

    Highlights: The wineries are the major highlight of the area. There are a number of guided tours for food, fine dining and wine experience. It is also the way to reach the Mount Lofty Summit which is more than seven hundred meters above sea level, and enjoy the panoramic view. Visit the Cleland Wildlife Park to witness the native Australian wildlife.

    Location: Adelaide hills are just half an hour drive from the Adelaide central business district.

    Timing: N/A

    Price: N/A 

  • 144 Christies Beach

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    Based at a distance from the city centre, Christies Beach is another beautiful location to visit in Adelaide. With crystal clear water and towering cliffs the place is well beautified to enjoy fascinating scenic view that mesmerizes every mind. The beach is long and spacious that makes room for all and never feels too much crowded. Covered with small eateries run by locales this is an excellent sun soaking beach where one can spend some good time in the serene ambience, away from the hustle and bustle of the city. Beach sports like volleyball is common here.

    For all the coffee lovers, Viscous coffee at Christies beach s quite famous and a must stop. Coupled with great local snacks this is indeed a must have.

  • 145 Brighton Beach

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    Named after the famous Brighton Beach in the UK, this one in Melbourne is one of the most-visited beaches in the city.

    Highlights –
    The first thing that will attract you when you come to Brighton Beach, is the colourful bath boxes that are found on the shores. All of identical sizes and structures, these multi-coloured bath boxes are the only types of accommodation available here. With its turquoise blue waters, yellow & soft sands and the golden rays of the sun to accompany you, you can enjoy some relaxing moments here. During summers, the beach gets a little crowded; however, it doesn’t get too claustrophobic. That’s the speciality of this beach. It is easily accessible as well, which makes it friendlier for tourists.

    Location -
    11km southeast of Melbourne CBD.

    Activities –
    Yachting, Sailing, Swimming, Walking, Biking, Kite-surfing and more.

  • 146 Half Moon Bay,Black Rock

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    This little hiding hole is a perfect spot when you're in a group looking to head to the beach where not many people are around. Normally, you will be able to find a quiet spot to enjoy with your friends and hang out, but recently more and more people have discovered this area of the beach where it may be a little more crowded. Either way, it has the sandiness you want, plus a few rock pools and also a beautiful looking cliff's edge to admire also. Maybe Half Moon Bay isn't as private as it used to be but it's still one of my favorite beach positions to hang out at. Looking for a nice beach within Melbourne is a little difficult, to say the least. Half Moon Bay, on the other hand, is a gorgeous little spot and a real surprise in comparison to other Melbourne beaches. Great for swimming, tanning, reading and picnicking this is the perfect spot for when you don't want to leave the city in search of some sand, sea and sunshine. Half Moon Bay had been setting for yachting since the 1890s, and a branch of the Brighton Yacht Club formed the Black Rock Yacht Club in 1919.

  • 147 Docklands

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    Melbourne is one of those cities in the world that provide some entertainment or the other to the diverse range of tourists coming here. Docklands is one such urban development area in the city.

    Highlights – Fun, food, entertainment, arts, theatre shows, musicals, shopping, eating out, beauty & wellness treatments, heritage tours, hosting all latest events – you name it and you can experience all of it at Docklands! Come to the Victoria Harbour and Waterfront city and watch the beautiful landscapes of Melbourne from the waters, munching on some delicious delicacies. If you are a sports fan, catch a game if you are lucky, at Etihad Stadium. This place is easily accessible by train, car, foot, ferry and bus.

    Location – 2km away from Melbourne CBD.

    Timings – Depends on the timings of shops/complexes located here.

    – Varies according to buildings.

  • 148 Shrine of Remembrance

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    This is one of the important tourist attractions in Melbourne and is a place of historical importance as well.

    Highlights – Essentially a war memorial, this shrine was constructed as an ode to the hundreds of Australian men and women soldiers who lost their lives during World War I. The memorial was open to the general public during 11th November 1934 and is currently one of the biggest in Australia. Every year, on the 25th of April, ANZAC (Australian and New Zealand Army Corps) Day is observed here.

    Today, tourists who come to this memorial can get a bird’s eye view of historic accidents through the memorial’s exhibition and museums. Lots of educational activities happen regularly to teach people about the richness of their bygone legacy.

    Location – Kings Domain, St. Kilda Road, Melbourne.

    Timings – 10AM to 5PM daily; closed for Christmas and Good Friday.

    Price – Admission is free of cost.

  • 149 Yarra River Cruise

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    Want to go to a place where your friends, family and kids can enjoy at the same time? Want to make the most of a long weekend? Cruise tours along the majestic Yarra River in Melbourne, is one of the solutions for these questions in your mind.

    Highlights – River cruise tours have the potential to make any tour magical. The landscapes of Melbourne look absolutely divine from the waters. The best thing about these tours is that you can mix and match a couple of tours to get the experience of your lifetime.

    You can either choose the tour that takes you across various ports and docklands or the tour that takes you to gardens, picturesque places and sporting landscapes of Melbourne.

    Location – Yarra River.

    Timings –
    All through the year.

     Price – Around AUD23 per adult and AUD11 per kid.

  • 150 DFO Homebush (Direct Factory Outlet)

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    If you are looking for a perfect bargain haven, then this place is for you. All you need to do is spend a lot of time to pick the cheaper one from the boxes that are available there. You can definitely check out the homeware store too where you can find some perfect piece. The parking can be a real nightmare for you, so it is best to visit the place somewhere around 10 am which is opening time for you. The renovation that has happened has made the shopping centre quite classy to look and moreover it allows you to get the clothes, shoes and even general merchandise too.

    3-5 Underwood Rd, Homebush NSW 2140, Australia

  • 151 Broadway Shopping Centre

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    One of the largest shopping centre in Sydney which is located in Broadway locality and a shopper’s paradise too. You can get a chance to shop from over millions of brand options.

    Highlights: The shopping mall features some of the renowned brands which are hard to find anywhere else. You can get a chance to shop from Kmart, Coles, food court, Hoyts 12 screen cinemas. And you can also shop from several speciality stores.

    Location: 1 Bay Street, Broadway NSW 2007.

  • 152 The Rocks Markets

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    Did you ever know that all the good things happen on Friday. If not then visit ‘The Rocks Market’ from 9am to 3pm. The Rock Foodies Market is about all the interesting things you can relish in lovely Jack Mundey Place.

    Highlights: You can try the delectable crusty bread, chocolate, homewares, condiments, Guitar and Banjos amongst others. If you are looking for something more try the gourmet wraps, burgers, barbecued salmon, lamb kebabs and much more. The market is open only on Saturdays and Sundays from 10am to 5pm. You will find more than 200 eclectic stalls by some emerging designers and artists.

    Location: George St, The Rocks NSW2000.

  • 153 Harbourside Shopping Centre

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    The Harbourside Shopping Centre provides not just an amazing view because it is located close to the water edge. The magnificent view that the place provides is an absolute show stopper. You can view the amazing harbour and city skyline view which will surely take your breath away.


    Highlights: Quite interestingly, you will also find a bowling alley and laser in this shopping centre which just adds to the fun you can have in this place.

    Location: 231/2-10 Darling Dr, Sydney NSW 2000.

  • 154 Westfield Warringah Mall

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    If you want to go out shopping, then it is best for you to visit Westfield Warringah Mall. It has a large indoor and outdoor shopping centre. The shopping mall encompasses some good brands such as David Jones, Myer, Target, Big W, Bunnings, Woolworths and more.

    Highlight: It has approximately 50 speciality store. As an add on delight you will find outdoor play area for toddlers too which will leave you from a lot of stress and concentrate on your shopping.

    Location: Condamine St, Old Pittwater Road, Brookvale

  • 155 Great Ocean Road

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    Travel the Great Ocean Road and beyond and experience one of the world's most scenic coastal drives. See the towering 12 Apostles, iconic surf breaks, and misty waterfalls. Discover a diverse array of things to see and do in the region, from outdoor activities such as surfing, scuba diving and sea kayaking to arts, cultural and heritage attractions. Admire the stunning coastline of the Great Ocean Walk, get up close to native wildlife at Tower Hill, and explore surf towns and seaside villages. Enjoy fine dining up and down the coast and stock up at local winemakers, dairy farms and fresh proved-ores along the way. The Great Ocean Road is an Australian National Heritage listed 243 kilometer stretch of road along the south-eastern coast of Australia between the Victorian cities of Torquay and Allansford. One of Australia's most scenic drives, the Great Ocean Road is a magnificent three-day self-drive touring route from surf capital Torquay to the famous 12 Apostles, ending at historic fishing village Port Fairy.

  • 156 Federation Square

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    In the lead up to the Centenary of Federation in 2001, the development of Federation Square offered a unique opportunity – the chance to celebrate the ideas of ‘identity’ and ‘place’ through a much needed civic and cultural space. Over the last two hundred years the site had been home to the city morgue, a fish market, corporate offices and rail yards. While planners had long dreamed of linking the CBD to the Yarra River, the divide created by the railway yards had consistently thwarted further development. Given its bold architectural form and large aspiration, the project had it share of changes to the brief, controversy over the design and costs, heated debate, and skepticism. Since opening on 26 October 2002 however, Federation Square has been embraced by locals and visitors alike, with an average of more than 10 million visits each year. Fed Square is made up of a series of interlocking and cascading spaces. Buildings open at all angles in the city, creating unexpected connections and vistas. In response to the brief, the design was heavily influenced by the idea of ‘Federation’, of bringing disparate parts together to form a coherent whole.

  • 157 Immigration Museum

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    Over the last 200 years people have journeyed from all over the world to make Australia their home. Hear their moving stories at the Immigration Museum. Explore why Melbourne’s newcomers left their former homes, how they got here, what they found and the mark they made on the city. The museum creatively re-creates the migrant experience via displays featuring film, audio, memorabilia and stories. The result is a thought-provoking and moving experience.The museum is housed in the grand Customs House building, which originally looked out onto ships tied up at the adjacent Queen's Wharf. The impressive former Long Room is now the museum's central space, featuring giant Ionic colonnades. The Immigration Museum is a museum primarily displaying Australia's immigration history. It is located on Flinders Street in Melbourne, Victoria, in the Old Customs House. In addition to its work on documenting immigration history, the museum also hosts various traveling exhibitions and also provides educational programs.


  • 158 Rod Laver Arena

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    Rod Laver Arena at Melbourne Park was completed in 1988 as part of the original National Tennis Centre complex. The arena is the centerpiece of the Australian Open and plays host to a wide range of sports and entertainment events, from tennis matches to international rock stars and motorbike super-cross. The most dynamic transformation Rod Laver Arena has seen was in March 2007 at the FINA 2007 World Swimming Championships when a 50-meter temporary pool was built on the arena’s floor. Rod Laver Arena has a seating capacity of approximately 15,000 and is located within the famous Melbourne Sports Precinct, which also includes the Melbourne Cricket Ground, AAMI Park, and Hisense Arena. Formerly known as Centre Court at Melbourne Park (original Flinders Park), the arena was named to honor one of Australia’s greatest tennis players of all time. Rod Laver Arena at Melbourne Park was officially named after Rod Lever for his unsurpassed achievements and accomplishments at the Australian Open in January 2000.


  • 159 City Circle Tram

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    The City Circle Tram service provides a free and convenient way to get around central Melbourne. Tourists, shoppers, office workers, and families can use the City Circle Tram to travel to major attractions, shops and city events. An audio commentary provides details of city landmarks and major attractions such as the City Museum, Parliament House, Docklands, Federation Square, Melbourne Aquarium and the Princess Theatre. The City Circle route is serviced by heritage W class trams decorated in special maroon and green with yellow and gold trimmings. Tourists can spend all day on a City Circle Tram! Information leaflets, including an 'easy to understand' map of the city is available on board each City Circle Tram. The City Circle Tram can be used as a 'hop on - hop off' service, this way tourists can enjoy each of Melbourne's sites and have the added bonus of traditional Melbourne transportation. To catch the free City Circle Tram service (route number 35), simply board the tram at any of the specially marked stops on the route.

  • 160 Yarra Valley

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    A short one-hour drive from the Melbourne city sits the beautiful Yarra Valley. Best known for producing excellent Chardonnay and Pinot Noir, the Valley is home to more than the 120 wineries. Whether you take the family, run away for romance with your partner, or round up some friends, the Yarra Valley is the perfect weekend escape. Float high above the Yarra Valley in a hot air balloon for unprecedented views of rolling hills strung with vines, lush greenery, and pastures. With boutique wineries around every bend in the valley, you'll soon be attuned to its charms. Enjoy a meal accompanied by a local wine amid the vines as you travel around. See alternate views of the valley from both inside and outside the curved Tarra Warra Museum of the Modern Art, built to integrate into the landscape. Pick up some winery specials to enjoy a gourmet picnic in the peaceful fern gullies and mountain ash at the Badger Weir Park near Healesville. Venture into the Christmas Hills and Sugarloaf Reservoir. Go bushwalking along the 18-kilometre trail, bird watching, sightseeing, sailing and shoreline fishing. Have a picnic at Ironbark Ridge or Saddle Dam overlooking the reservoir.

  • 161 Chinese Garden of Friendship

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    The Chinese Garden of Friendship is a garden in Chinatown, Sydney. Designed in the form of private gardens, the garden was made in the Ming Dynasty and offers the people a botanical insight into Chinese culture and heritage. Filled with beautiful bamboo plants and glistening waterfalls, the whole garden cannot be seen from anywhere within the botanical garden. The Chinese Garden of Friendship has a Dragon Wall. This symbolizes the bond between the Guangzhou and the New South Wale. There is a Tea House that offers the visitors a refreshing and a traditional ethnic Chinese tea. You can also get some incredible refreshments here.

    Highlights: Chinese Garden of Friendship is also a popular venue for weddings.

    Location: Pier street, Darling harbor, Sydney, NSW

    Best time to visit: September to November, March to May

    Admission fee: For adults the admission fee is $6 and for the children below the age of 12, the admission fee is $3.

  • 162 Hyde Park

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    Hyde Park is one of the oldest parks in Australia. It is divided by the Park Street. The southern section of the park has the visitor centre, a number of monuments as well as statues, the ANZAC Memorial building and the pool of reflection. On the other hand, the northern section of the Hyde Park features multiple themes gardens like the iconic Nagoya Gardens and Sandringham adorned by the public art works, Archibald Fountain as well as the monuments and the water features.

    Location: Elizabeth St, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia

    Highlights: It has some 16 hectares of the wide open space in the heart of the central Sydney. There is no shortage of the lush green grass here. So, it is an ideal spot for impromptu picnic.

    Best Time: It is open all round the year, so you can visit any time.

    Cost: Entry to the Hyde Park is free.

  • 163 Collaroy Beach

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    A suburb in northern Sydney, it is 22 km north-east of Sydney's central business district. It is among the northern beaches' region. Famous for its great swimming conditions, amateurs as well as seasoned players will not hesitate to make this their play ground. This beach provides the perfect waves for all skill levels. No more bickering in a friend circle over which beach to surf at, come to Colloroy and everyone feels right at home. Advanced surfers can move on to crazy wave magnets like Narabeen and long reef. It has a lot of amenities to complement your wave time, like picnic area and Rock paths. There is also a surf shop, a restaurant and a cinema for fun seekers.

    Location: Colloroy Beach is located 22 kms north-east of Sydney's central business district.

    Highlight: The beach seems ideal for both seasoned and amateur swimmers.

    Best time to visit: September to November, March to May.

  • 164 Palm Beach

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    The Palm Beach is the northern most part of the northern beaches. It's mesmerizing sands and shining blue water is perfect for swimming, chilling and surfing. Palm Beach has been divided into two, with the north offering perfect surfing conditions while the south offers a more protected swimming environment. The beach has an extravagant 35 meter ocean pool for toddlers and amateur swimmers. There are popular eateries like Jonah's, Dunes restaurant and The boathouse. Palm Beach also has a golf course nearby for golf aficionados.

    Location: It is located 41 km North of Sydney. So, if you travel towards the north, never miss out on the very beautiful and inviting Palm Beach.

    Highlights: If you feel like exploring, Ecotreasures provides for seekers their famous Sydney's hidden treasure tour then Palm Beach is one highly recommended spot.

    Best time to visit: September to November, March to May

  • 165 Bronte Beach

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    Bronte is a small popular beach in the eastern suburbs of Sydney. It is 2 km south of Bondi and situated north of Coogee. The beach is frequented by walkers, swimmers, surfers of all kinds. It provides various trails due to its paved coastal footpath with the rocky cliff tops. A long distance swimming event is also held here every December. The 30m pool in the south end is very famous among locals in Sydney. Come here for an amazing walk with your loved one. This is an absolutely beautiful place for those long endless conversations and creating timeless memories. Knowing well the beauty once, you are sure to return to this beach time and again.

    Location: Bronte Beach is located in the eastern suburbs of Sydney.

    Highlight: It is well known for its amazing surf waves and water sports.

    Best time to visit: September to November, March to May.

  • 166 Cockington Green Gardens

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    Cockington Green Gardens a park of miniatures, situated in the Nicholls, Australian Capital Territory. Doug and Brenda, Sarah had an idea to create a miniature village in 1972 and Cockington Green was then opened on 3rd November 1979.The business is a family owned and operated, incorporating over four generations. Cockington Green Gardens offer to visitors an experience one cannot find anywhere else.

    Venture into this delightful and fascinating display of meticulously crafted miniature buildings set in the beautifully landscaped gardens to make the Canberra visit complete. Created by Doug and Brenda, Sarah Cockington Green Gardens is family owned and operated attraction, with nearly four generations involved in its operation over the past 35 years.

    Opened to the public in 1979, Cockington Green is one of the Canberra’s landmark attractions and being a winner of an Australian Tourism Award with many local tourism industry awards in present time. While being in the park, one can visit the Rose Room indoor exhibition, featuring ‘Waverley’ a 34 room Dolls House, enjoy a coffee in the Parsons Nose Garden Cafe.

    Location: 11 Gold Creek Road, Canberra,Australia.

  • 167 Hamilton Island

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    Hamilton Island is a part of Australia's famous Island collection called Whitsunday Island. Located close to The Great Barrier Reef, which is one of the prestigious world's Heritage places, Hamilton Island is an ideal place to spend a holiday away from the urban-clad lifestyle of the modern century.

    A holiday plan to Hamilton Island is an ideal choice if you want to enjoy the raw essence of Australia's white sand and untouched coral lifestyle. The Island has emerged a marine lifestyle which is quite different from the rest of Australia's Island collection. Hamilton Island is a paradise for golf lovers since it houses 18 famous golf championships. Hamilton Island houses the world's famous sea beach, 'Whitehaven Beach'.

    Location: Hamilton Island is located at the heart of The Great Barrier Reef and very near to the Queensland state of Australia.

    Price: Entry fee to the Island is free of any monetary value. 

  • 168 Himeji Garden

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    Himeji Garden provides you a safe haven away from the busy city life. It is one of the most peaceful places in Adelaide. It is a great place to enjoy some quiet moments with your loved ones. You can enjoy picnic or explore the mesmerizing garden. It was gifted to Adelaide by the sister city Himeji. There are two traditional areas - The sensui area has mountain and lake while the kare sensui area has rock garden.

    Highlights: You can take a walk under the canopy of trees to reach the old fashioned teahouse. You can also visit the traditional Japanese Zen Garden. The Adelaide central market is just a few minutes ride away.

    Timing: 8 AM to 5:30 PM from Sunday to Saturday. It closes at 4:30 PM on weekends and public holidays during April to September.

    Price: N/A 

  • 169 Bronte Park

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    Bronte park is a famous recreational space for families in Sydney. It has many great facilities and promises you a delightful experience. This is among the must visit tourist attraction while you are in Sydney. What most people like about the place is that it also has a beach in the park so people can enjoy it too.

    The park is located at the east end of Bronte road in the Bronte region itself.

    Highlights -  
    The park is extremely pleasant and quite grassy. It is perfectly suitable for a family outing and also for leisurely activities like cooking barbeque. You can have a beautiful view of the ocean through the park and even swimming pool facilities are available.

    Best time to visit: The park stays open on all days from 6:30 in the morning to sunset in the evening so you can visit it anytime during the specified timings.

  • 170 Harbour Town Outlet Shopping Centre

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    Harbour Town Outlet Shopping Centre is a must visit place in Gold Coast for a full day family fun and shopping spree. The shopping centre has more than two hundred outlets of some of the most celebrated brands across the world. Apart from that, the shopping centre also houses some of the best restaurants to tantalize your taste buds. From fresh produce to homewares, fashion to health & beauty, the shopping centre has almost everything for your need. It is a popular place amongst both tourists and locals.

    Highlights: Enjoy the one of its kind cinema experience at the Reading Cinemas in Harbour Town Outlet Shopping Centre. There are fourteen big screens running the latest blockbusters. If you wish to experience the exclusive luxury and comfortable environment, the Gold Lounge has two separate cinemas with bar and dining.

    Timing: On most days the centre is open from 9.00am to 5.30pm

  • 171 Surfer's Paradise Beach

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    Being a suburb within the local government area of Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia, Surfer’s Paradise beach is built on a completely energetic and electric scene. Having a population of 19,668, it is world famous for international events, pumping atmosphere, and nightlife venues. Also, it has many high-rise apartments and a wide beach for surfing. The most amazing feature of this beach that hails tourists from all over the world is the Surfer’s Paradise Meter Maids that is specifically designed to develop goodwill with the trippers. The Cavill Mall is the biggest shopping precinct of the area accompanied by the Cavill  Avenue, which is the busiest shopping strip in Queensland and the main center of activity for exciting nightlife. It can be said that this beach is the tourist and entertainment hub of Gold Coast as it offers many facilities of fun and frolic.

    Highlights: Cavill Mall, Cavill Avenue, Surfer’s Paradise Meter Maids.

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