Traveling Australia is a big task and you might not have time to see and do it all. I have put together a list of my top three places to visit and what you can do there. First on my list of places to visit is Adelaide.
Adelaide is situated on the southern part of Australia and while it may not be the tourist capitol it has so much for the whole family to enjoy. The Adelaide botanic gardens need to be at the top of your things to see list. It a beautiful place dating back to 1859. It has guided tours and a museum for anyone who is interested in the history of the place.
The beautiful scenery makes it the perfect location for a family picnic or a romantic stroll. Adelaide is full of history and there are four big museums to choose from; my favourite being the natural history museum. Take the trams and enjoy the sights, as you get lost in this culturally rich city. The Adelaide Zoo is perfect for the kids with hands on interaction with the animals and educational facts. If you are looking for natural beauty at its finest then the waterfall gully is well worth the trip. Amazing small group trips in Cairns are the perfect way to see it all.
Brisbane is second on my list, famous for its tropical weather, beautiful beaches and amazing wilderness. If you want the perfect place to picnic then the South Bank Parklands are where you should go. It boasts spectacular views of the city and is perfect for the kids, with its own little beach. For those culture junkies; the museum of Modern Art is a great place to lose yourself in. Find here awesome outback travels in Melbourne take you to the real Australia, where kangaroos bounce wildly on the dusty red terrain.
Finally on my ‘to see’ list is Perth. This small little mining city has transformed into a big buzzing cosmopolitan with so much to do. Kings Park is without doubt the biggest tourist hotspot for Perth. Picnic above the city with wonderful views and fantastic atmosphere before you take to the treetop walks above the canopy or go out to Penguin Island to see wild penguins in their natural habitat. Dolphin tours are always going out and at a reasonable price; there is no better experience than swimming with dolphins. Personalised tours in Perth ensures that you see all there is in your space of time.
These three stops make it to my top places to visit, but that is only personal preference; there is so much more to see from Australia, it is a land with so much culture and beauty that you could travel for years and still not see it all.