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Australia is a unique tourist destination. Extraordinary landscapes, best beaches and beautiful cities. Just a thought of visiting another continent creates an excitement. Australia is often called a country of contrasts. Next to the big vibrant city one can find nature untouched by the civilisation. Australian national parks are one of the most famous ones in the world. Just here you have a possibility of seeing koalas, kangaroos and platypus. It is honestly hard to decide which activity or tourist attraction is more interesting than the other. But at least five of the most stunning wonderland can be determined:

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The Great Barrier Reef

Great Barrier Reef, Australia

The Great Barrier Reef is one of the most popular tourist destination in Australia and no doubt the reef deserves that much of attention. It is the largest coral reef system in the world. It includes more than 2900 individual reefs and 900 islands. The great way to explore the Great Barrier Reef is talking a sailing tour around the area. Rich underwater life can be fully explored thanks to the glass bottoms most of the boat have. Another great way to discover the beautify of reef’s unique fish spices is scuba diving.

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Uluru / Ayers Rock

uluru/Ayers Rock

It really worth to visitant the Uluru Rock. The size of the rock is spectacular- 348 m high and 863 m above sea level. The sandstone was formed around 648 millions years ago. What is special about Uluru is it’s ability to change colours depending on time of the day. Sometimes it becomes orange, sometimes it has a stone colour. The legend says that Ayers Rock give power to it’s visitors. Maybe it’s just a tourist attraction, maybe the truth?

The only way to check it is to experience all the magic of the Ayers Rock yourself.

Kakadu National Park

Kakadu National Park

Kakadu is the biggest national park in Australia. What is interesting there are still 500 aborigines living here. Some of them still own little parts of the park and Australia’s government had to an agreement in order to make all the territory available for visitors. Special attention deserves Ubirr rock. The last was continuously painted and repainted since 40,000 BCE. No wonder it displays all the aspect of life people used to live. Besides that there is a stunning view opening from the highest point of the rock. This place certainly worth visiting.

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Great Ocean Road

Great Ocean Road

The road was build in 1930 in memorial of the First World War victims. At the end the others could benefit as well. Building this road gave a great employee opportunities at the times of Great Depression. The road is 243 kilometres long and offer some stunning landscapes of forests, beaches and mountains.

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Illawarra Fly Tree Top Walk

Illawarra Fly Tree Top Walk

That is a great activity for nature lovers. Huge 25 high and 500 meters long metal construction that is literally build on tops of the trees. Here you can take the highest zipline tour. Taking this Tree Top Walk is a great way to explore breathtaking landscapes of Kiama city and it’s coastline. Here one can really find inner calmness and come back to nature.

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