Best Ways to explore Australia’s nature and wild life
Australia is known in all around the world for its great outdoors, nature and wildlife experiences. It is also regarded as a traveller’s paradise. There are many ways to see Australia's unique natural wildlife and diverse landscapes. Apart from being home to a number of the quirkiest wildlife, this country offers a complete package with its striking rain forests, coral reefs, scorching deserts, red-earthed national parks and spectacular beaches.
Here's a list of Australia's best nature experiences, which attract thousands of visitors from every corner of the world to visit this amazing country!!!
- Kimberley Canyon Luxury
Kimberley Canyon Luxury, located in Western Australia, offers people a chance to experience the magnificence of remote Kimberley canyon country. You can also explore here two of Australia’s mightiest
waterfalls- the Mitchel Falls and King George.apart from it, you can also get an opportunity to take a helicopter flight on a secret wilderness picnic and on your way back, you can also spot crocodiles, turtles, and dugongs from the air.
- Great Ocean Road
The Great Ocean road is located in Victoria, and is regarded as one of the most picturesque and best driven roads worldwide. One of the best attractions here is Twelve Apostles, comprised of the magnificent formations of limestone stacks alongside the spectacular turquoise ocean. Apart from Twelve Apostles, some of the other popular attractions here include Port Campbell National Park, scenic rain forest, Otway National Park, scenic waterfalls and hiking trails.
- Kakadu National Park
Kakadu National Park is another World Heritage Site. It also holds the status of being Australia’s largest national park as well as second largest in the world. Kakadu National Park is one of the world’s best places for observing wilderness. It is also one of the top most visited tourist attractions in Australia.
The major attractions this park offer include nearly 300 various birds species, wonderful waterfalls, aboriginal rock art, gorges, mangrove swamps, rivers along with an incredible wildlife diversity including saltwater crocodiles, wallabies and dingoes.
- Tasmanian wilderness adventures, Tasmania
One of the best ways to experience Australian natural life is to take a thrilling white water rafting trip down Tasmania’s mighty Franklin River, by exploring the tranquil gorges and forests of myrtle, leatherwood and antique Huon pine. Apart from it, you can also hike the six-day Overland Track through the ruggedly beautiful Cradle Mountain Lake St Clair National Park, and that too along with staying in private eco-sensitive cabins.
- Larapinta Trail, South Australia
Larapinta Trail through South Australia’s West MacDonnell Range offers visitors an opportunity to soak up the huge flood plains and rocky outcrops of the Australian Outback. You can also go for six-day hike in Mount Sonder, Simpsons Gap, and Ormiston Pound Gorge along with staying in luxury wilderness campsites.
- Ningaloo Reef, Western Australia
The next most exciting and thrilling experience that you can get here is to swim with giant whale sharks at Ningaloo Reef, which is one of the world’s greatest fringing coral reefs systems. Moreover, you can stay in a luxury tented eco-friendly camp surrounded by the sand dunes within Cape Range National Park.
- Daintree Rainforest
Located in Queensland, The Daintree rainforest is Australia’s largest tropical rainforest. One can do a wide range of activities here including Flying through the Daintree Rainforest canopy by means of Jungle Surfing Canopy Tours, or one can cruise the Daintree’s waterways and can stay in a luxury treehouse at Silky Oaks Lodges.
- Kangaroo Island, South Australia
You can get an opportunity to swim with dolphins in the turquoise waters of South Australia’s Kangaroo Island. It is the best place to hang out with wildlife as you can take a 4WD tour to see sea lions and seals. This Island also produces and offers some of Australia's premium gourmet foods.