Green space, attractions and historic highlights… Which one is your favorite urban park in the world? This is my picks of the best, with what to see & do! – Part 1
Even though Australia technically consists of six separate states, most people view it as one grand mosaic of diverse terrain and captivating scenery. Of course, such a vast country is also a home to some truly impressive cityscapes, sometimes due to their sheer size, and sometimes because of their irresistible uniqueness. If you ever get a chance to travel across the Land Down Under, here are five cities in Australia you should definitely visit.
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Perth 4 Day Itinerary that covers Perth’s city center and the outskirt areas in Western Australia. From Fremantle, Rottnest Island, Busselton to the Pinnacles and Lancelin.
My pick of urban observatory decks – First, the city itself has to have a unique and spectacular cityscape for the viewers to appreciate; Secondly, the observatory deck has to offer the best angle of the iconic landmarks with the backdrop of the stunning skyline. Therefore, some of the choices are tough and they might not be the landmark itself. Instead – they are my “even better” choices.
Exploring the north of Perth. Check out Caversham Wildlife Park, Lake Thetis, rocks in the Pinnacles, and the sand dunes in Lancelin.
Discovering the excitement of Bondi Beach & Wildlife Park in Sydney. Find out more about the Bondi Beach & Bronte Coastal Walk, Darling Harbor & Fish Market, Bondi Beach & Bronte Coastal Walk, and Sydney Harbour BridgeClimb.
Discovering the beauty of the Blue Mountains & Wildlife Park in Sydney. Find out why the mountains are blue, what to see in Scenic World Blue Mountains and Featherdale Wildlife Park.
All you need to know about skydiving. Busselton, Australia: It was a day to remember as we saw some adorable creatures & jumped out of a plane!
All you need to know about your outback adventure – part 3: A 3.5-hour hike in the Kings Canyon of Watarrka National Park. Find out why the rocks have ripples and why they are beehive-like domes? Plus useful packing tips for the outback adventure.