When planning a trip, you need to choose what you want “The Best Places to Visit in Australia” to see and where you are going. It may be the smallest continent in the world, but it is ranked number 6 in the world by country size. So, take your time, enjoy the ride and check out all the amazing things to see in Australia.

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From Dreamtime walks to heavenly apostles, landmarks in Australia are terrifying.

HERE IS THE LIST OF TOP MOST ICONIC PLACES IN AUSTRALIA

Great Barrier Reef

It may be the most famous attraction in Australia but for good reason! The Great Barrier Reef is one of the Natural Wonders of Nature. Going 3000 km across the Queensland coast, the Great Barrier Reef is a dream come true for divers.

Great Barrier Reef Australia
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You can book a liveaboard dive vacation to get to the farthest dive site on the reef, take a helicopter tour through the impressive waters, or you can try your hand at diving with a helmet. One of our favourite experiences.

Whitsunday for Your Trip of Places to Visit in Australia

Whitsunday is a group of 75 islands off the coast of Queensland. When visiting the Great Barrier Reef, you should spend some time here. These islands are located right in the heart of it! The white sandy beach is beautiful, soaked with turquoise water.

Whitsunday Island
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There are luxury resorts, sailing, and snorkelling. Must stop is the largest and most famous island in all the islands, Whitehaven Beach.

Melbourne

Melbourne is quite possibly the coolest city in Australia. I know it was our favourite. It has been named the busiest city in the world and is a great place for tourists as well! Melbourne is quite possibly the coolest city in Australia. I know it was our favourite.

Melbourne
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It has been named the busiest city in the world and is a great place for tourists as well! Highlights include Queen Victoria Market, The Arcades and Secret Streets, Eureka Square, Federation Skydeck, and Graffiti Lane.

Sydney Opera

It is certainly Australia’s most iconic building and seeing it towering over the Sydney skyline does not disappoint. The Sydney Opera House opened in 1973 and has become Australia’s main tourist attraction

Sydney Opera
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We never enter the Opera House when we visit Sydney, but walking through it and taking in the views from the promenade will remind you why it is one of the most iconic places in the world.

Golden Coast

Home to the famous Surfers Paradise, Australia’s Gold Coast offers an endless beach with excellent waves for surfing.

Golden Coast
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High-rise complexes and condos line the sand, while beachgoers appreciate the many restaurants and dining options. You can enjoy surf lessons or just rent a bike and head to Currumbin Beach and Burleigh Head to watch professional surfers catch a wave.

Finally, For a great view, head to the Sky point Observation Deck to see everything from above.

Conclusion

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