Top 10 sights to take in on a trip to Australia 

By priyanka


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 One of Australia’s definitive wonders, this is a dazzling, heart-stopping, 150-mile drive along the hemline of the continent.

1 The Great Ocean Road, Victoria

 Towards the end-of-year dry season, the birds and reptiles of Kakadu National Park in the Northern Territory are crammed into ever shrinking wetlands.

2 Kakadu National Park, Northern Territory

 Climb to the dizzying heights of the Sydney Harbour Bridge for a 360-degree panorama of the world’s greatest harbour.

3 Sydney Harbour Bridge, New South Wale

 A luscious, soul-stealing journey, the 120-mile drive between Cape Naturaliste and Cape Leeuwin in Western Australia knits together national parks, vineyards and a coastline of extraordinary beauty in a showcase of Australia’s diversity.

4 Cape Nauraliste and Cape Leeuwin, Western Australia

 Operated by the local Aboriginal community, the Ngadiku Dreamtime Walk offers an indigenous perspective on the rainforest wonders of the dramatically beautiful Mossman Gorge.

5 Ngadiku Dreamtime Walk, Queensland

 Experience sunset in the Flinders Ranges, South Australia. Evening brings a crowd to the Prairie Hotel in Parachilna for a sunset that draws a multi-coloured curtain across the desert sky.

6 Flinders Ranges, South Australia

 One of Mother Nature’s most dazzling creations, this labyrinth of coral cays, islands, lagoons, channels and caverns is furnished with an amazing variety of marine life.

7 The Great Barrier Reef, off the Queensland coast

 Nothing distinguishes a city like a tram, and Melbourne's No 96 does it beautifully.

8 Tram route 96, Melbourne

 Sunset over the rust-red flanks of Uluru in Australia's Red Centre is a magic moment, and better still when viewed from a camel’s back.

9 Red Centre, Northern Territory

 Australia’s most famous beach, Bondi, is where Sydney sheds its clothes and most of its inhibitions.

10 Breakfast at Bondi Beach, New South Wale