Whale watching from the Cape Byron Light is an experience that shouldn’t be missed.
Dingoes. Beaches. 4 wheel drives. Sand dunes. Those four clues are enough for most Australians to know what you’re talking about: Fraser Island, a World Heritage listed island, 200 kilometers north of Brisbane. It’s hard to avoid cliches when describing Fraser; best just to say that this is a place that truly allows you to escape our technology-fueled, stress-laden lives and immerse yourself in nature.
The Top End is the northernmost section of the Northern Territory. It’s not as well-known, or as often visited, as other regions of Australia, but it should be. Why? Our top ten regions should help show you why we think you should visit the Top End.
What’s YOUR favorite attraction in the Northern Territory? Perhaps the famous Uluru? The colorful Western MacDonnell Ranges? The massive Kakadu National Park? We’ve picked out our top 8, and now we want you to vote for your favorite on the Viator Sydney Facebook page.
It’s hard to imagine visiting Western Australia and staying indoors. Australia’s biggest state is characterised by expansive scenery, extensive national parks and more adventure activities than you’d care to poke a stick at.