The flora, fauna and other panoramic views that Daintree rainforest provides to each one of its visitors are jaw-dropping. The serene aura of the rainforest would leave you wondering if you could spend your remaining life amidst nature.
Location: 2333 Cape Tribulation Rd, Cape Tribulation QLD 4873, Australia
Highlights: While in Daintree, you could explore the rainforest on foot, cruise on the Daintree River. You could also witness, Estuarine Crocodile, Cassowary birds, Golden Orb Spider, Rufous Owl, Musky Rat-Kangaroo, etc.
Nitmiluk National Park
If you are into canoeing, there are canoeing for hire, with which you can truly soak in all the natural beauty, as you slowly go past the soaring cliffs.
Location: Gorge Rd, Nitmiluk NT 0852, Australia
Highlights: River cruise, helicopter flight, walk on the tracks along Katherine river, meeting with aboriginal owners., Jatbula Trail, Crystal Falls, and many other falls and pools.
The town is also well known for being a coastal tourist town, which means you would find an abundance of beach resorts and clubs where you could unwind. You could also get a taste of local cuisine, taste mango craft beer at the local brewery. It is not, however, as unusual places to visit in Australia, like some others in this list.
Location: Kimberly, Western Australia, North of Perth, Australia.
Highlights: Beach resorts, Cable Beach, Roebuck Bay, various pearl farming enterprises.
The developments are regarding the fun activities, adding hydro golf, up keeping the local gallery that tells the history of the town. The town is located on the Tasman Sea coast, at the mouth of Hastings rivers, providing the best view of the water bodies when one stands at the Tacking point lighthouse.
Location: Mid North Coast of New South Wales, North of Sydney, Australia.
Highlights: Tacking Point Lighthouse, Kayaking, Hydro Golf, Glasshouse Regional Gallery, Middle brother National Park, surfing, Hastings Fine Art Gallery, Driving range and mini-golf.
Western Australian Nambung Desert
The Nambung rivers flow through the Nambung National Park into the limestone caves. If you are looking to have some of the greatest photographic moments to remember your trip, visit the Nambung desert during the sunset. At this time the sun rays hit the limestone to exhibit a breathtaking scenery of orange and yellow look.
Location: Wheatbelt region, Western Australia, 200 km Northwest of Perth.
Highlights: The scenic view, Pinnacles, Western grey Kangaroo, Honey Possum, silver gull, red-capped plover, etc.
When the roof collapsed, the sinkhole was naturally created, which now turned into a beautiful garden. Today the Umpherston Sinkhole allows the visitors to just sit by the garden, relax and just enjoy a breathtaking view. It was named after James Umpherston, the person who made the garden out for the limestone sinkhole.
Location: Jubilee Hwy E, Mount Gambier SA 5290, Australia
Highlights: Fountains, hydrangeas, and tree-ferns, palm trees around the area, once you descend the sinkhole.
However, the lake has not been pink for over a decade now. So if you are ready to witness some pink lake, you might want to halt that thought. The surrounding area of the pink lake is just as beautiful too. So if you are planning on soaking in some natural beauty of the place you can always visit the region.
Location: Goldfields-Esperance, Western Australia.
Highlights: Important bird area, BidLife International, salt production, etc.
Daly Waters Pub
Along the way, the pub has had some great moments, with all the memories and treasures lined up in the wall. The moment you enter the pub it will take you to a whole different time, as you walk down the halls and stop at each of the memoirs, sipping the amber nectar to quench your thirst.
Location: 16 Stuart St, Daly Waters NT 0852, Australia
Highlights: The beer, the shrimps, open-air pub, the surrounding view.
Port Arthur Ghost Town
It is a part of history that brings nothing but pain when one visits the place. Today, Port Arthur has been transformed into a historical site. During the night tours, the whole is turned into a ghost town. So if you are looking for some adrenaline rush, and scream your lungs out, a tour at Port Arthur Ghost town is what you need.
Location: 6973 Arthur Hwy, Port Arthur TAS 7182, Australia.
Highlights: Paranormal Investigation experience, Isle of dead cemetery tour, Port Arthur Ghost Tour.
However, these Devils Marbles are just massive granite boulders standing tall at 6 metres. Located at Tennant Creek, the view at sunset is a sight to behold. The authority also offers different sunrise and sunset specials, which allows the visitors to enjoy a relaxing time, as they watch the splashes of colour spread over the humongous sky.
Visitors, who are eager to catch the first light of the morning- even before the sun rises- are also allowed to camp on the site.
Highlights: Barbeque, Caravan, Campsite, camp vans, Picnic area, etc.
Horizontal Waterfalls in Talbot Bay
As a result of tidal movements, the water at Talbot bay creates an effect that of a waterfall, as it banks upon one side of a narrow cliff passage. Apart from being the proof of moon over tides, it is also one of the greatest natural wonders, that will leave you speechless. The waterfall can reach up to 5m high on a spring tide.
Location: Buccaneer Archipelago, Talbot Bay, Western Australia, Australia.
Highlights: Explore the seawater in a canoe, seaplane, take a swim, visit over 1000 islands.
The beautiful blue water brings you calm and peace, as you could just walk on the sands, the water touching your feet time and again. The facilities available are a car park, only a five-minute walking distance from the beach making it easily accessible. There is not much to do around it, other than walk, or laze around soaking up some sun after a long week.
Location: Wilsons Promontory National Park, Victoria, Australia.
Highlights: Swimming, surfing, rock climbing, exploring rock formations.
Apart from swimming along with the most beautiful marine creature, you could also fly above migrating whales in a microlight flight. However, there are some special measures to be taken during swimming to protect the marine and not to disturb their peace. Only five swimmers are allowed at a time to swim with the whale so that it stays protected and safe.
Location: Western Australia, Australia.
Highlights: Swimming with a whale, flying above whale sharks, humpbacks and dolphins, boating on the coral bay.
Perfect for photographers and explorers, the pinnacles are sacred to the local tribes. It is amazing to see, how over time, something as small as a seashell could form some of the exotic views. The Pinnacles are one of the major attractions of the Nambung National Park and receive quite a big number of visitors every day.
Location: Nambung National Park, Western Australia.
Highlights: Barbeque facility available but no camping is allowed, exploring the pinnacles, native animals and birds.
It said that you would not be considered lucky if you see a UFO, because of how common it is. Spanning over 60 acres of land, Wycliffe Well is an oasis in a desert.
Location: Can be reached from either North or South of Stuart Highway or Alice Springs in the Red Centre.
Highlights: Visit a local restaurant to find a book of records about UFO sightings, watch sunrise and sunsets, stargazing at night, Wycliffe Well Railway.