7 places to visit in Australia

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Dal Kikin
November 22, 2018

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The first great royal tour of the Dukes of Sussex ended on October 31st. Megan Markle and Prince Harry have visited Australia, New Zealand, the Kingdom of Tonga and Fiji, which attracted considerable tourist interest in the region.

Sydney Opera House

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The Sydney Opera House is one of the most recognizable buildings in the world that has achieved fame because of its unusual shape. The roof of the theater resembles either the open shell or the sail of the yacht. They say that it is precisely due to an interesting architectural solution that the building has good acoustics, which contributes to a better and brighter sound of music.

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The island is located 120 km from Melbourne and is part of the National Park of Norfolk Island. Here you can meet penguins, koalas and kangaroos, as well as enjoy the flora of the park. The boundless expanses of the Pacific Ocean, washing the island, can not fail to impress with its power.

Outback

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This is the name of particularly dry areas of Australia, where due to the intense heat the earth has a red tint, and the plants are distinguished by thin stems and leaves. Travel to such places attracts exotic: crocodiles can be found on the banks of rivers. You can still feel yourself a recluse, because there is no civilization on the outbacks.

Three sisters

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Michni, Wimla and Gannedu are the names of the three sisters, who are rocky peaks and part of the Blue Mountains chain of New South Wales. The rocks were formed by erosion, which is characteristic of sandstones. The sisters can be reached via hiking trails created especially for tourists.

Cableway Skyrail Rainforest

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The world's longest cable car runs over the rainforest of Barron Gourj National Park. The length of the road is 7.5 km and takes an hour and a half. Skyrail Rainforest is one of the most popular attractions in Australia, where, in addition to stunning views, you can test your strength by taking a ride in a cabin with a transparent floor.

Sydney Aquarium

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Opened in 1988, the aquarium is visited by a large number of foreign tourists to see representatives of the underwater world of Australia. Through acrylic glass you can watch the sharks and the coral reef that surround tourists on the other side of the aquarium.

Daintree National Park

On the territory of the national park is a tropical rain forest, which is considered one of the last on Earth. In the park, you can visit the Mospan Span, go by boat to the Great Barrier Reef or go down to the waterfalls.

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