Australia has a lot to offer: from rainforests to red desert, the country is the perfect destination for those seeking sun, adventure, nature, relaxation and party on the same island. The only thing is… the island is huge so better to take time to discover it and to be a minimum organized if short on time.

This post relates my 3 months spent in Australia early 2014: Tasmania, East coast from the Great Ocean Road to Cape Tribulation, Darwin and the Litchfield National Park and the red center.

My top 10 “Things to see” in Australia

Twelve Apostles, Great Ocean Road
Twelve Apostles, Great Ocean Road
  1. Fraser Island
  2. The Red Center (King’s Canyon, Kata Tjuta and Uluru)
  3. The Great Ocean Road
  4. Cradle Mountain National Park, Tasmania
  5. Whitsunday Islands and the Great Barrier Reef
  6. Melbourne
  7. Blue Mountains
  8. Sydney
  9. Litchfield National Park
  10. The rainforest at Cape Tribulation

My top 10 activities in Australia

  1. Explore Fraser Island with a 4-wheel
  2. Sleep under the stars in a swag at a bush camp in the red center
  3. Ride the stunning Great Ocean Road
  4. Fly above the Great Barrier Reef
  5. Meet the odd Cassowary at Mission Beach
  6. Surf the perfect wave on the East coast
  7. Hike the Cradle Mountain National Park / Lake St Clair National Park in Tasmania
  8. Observe rich fauna in Tasmania (kangaroos, wallabies, Tasmanian devils, wombats…)
  9. Swim under a waterfall and meet huge crocodiles at Litchfield National Park
  10. Meet koalas at Kennett River

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