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Things to do in Australia - Top 10 tourist attractions and places to visit in Australia

From hundreds of interesting places in Australia we selected only the most interesting and distinguishing sights from the rest in the World for our top 10 the most interesting attractions in Australia.
Sydney Opera House1. Sydney Opera House
The Sydney Opera House is situated on the Sydney Harbour at Bennelong Point and is considered by many to be one of the wonders of the modern world. Designed by Jørn Utzon and constructed under some controversy, it opened in October 1973. The Opera House is one of Sydney's most popular icons with tourists and travellers from around the world visiting, photographing and standing in awe of the cultural centre of Sydney. The building's interior is not as impressionable as its exterior because it was not Utzon's work for those interested though, there is a 1 hour opera house guided tour available $49 AUD. However, we suggest that you try the Guided Day Tour (City and Eastern Suburbs) instead and see the Opera from the best lookouts during the tour. Keep in mind that in 2023 (50 anniversary) there will be a completely renovated interior design which will be built according to Utzon's ideas and design.
Sydney Harbour Bridge2. Sydney Harbour Bridge
The Sydney Harbour Bridge was built in 1932 and is an arch bridge made from steel that goes across the Sydney Harbour. The bridge carries rail, vehicular, bicycle and pedestrian traffic between the Sydney central business district and the North Shore. The bridge is 134 m high and is the highest arch bridge in the world. You can also clime the Sydney Bridge which costs $248 - $270 AUD and takes about 2 hours. For the clime, you are obliged to wear a safety uniform, and at all times must remain attached by a chain to all other members of your group. We visit one of the bridge towers for $13 AUD ,which is a 30 meters lower arch, during our Sydney Private Guided Day Tour (City and Eastern Suburbs) We suggest to spend the same amount of money for more exciting entertainment - helicopters 20 min flight over Sydney and the Bridge $250 p/p
Great Blue Mountains Canyon3. Great Blue Mountains Canyon
The Great Blue Mountains Canyon is the deepest canyon within the Blue Mountains. It is about 850 meters deep and goes along the Grose River and Grose Valley. Some of the most impressive lookouts and waterfalls are located here! The Pulpit Rock lookout, Govetts Leap Waterfall 400 metres and many other natural wonders are hidden from ordinary bus tours. We visit Great Blue Mountains Canyon during the Blue Mountains  Private Guided Day Tour
Jenolan Caves4. Jenolan Caves  ( temporary closed due road damage)

Jenolan Caves are, without a question, Australia's most impressive limestone caves. Situated in the blue mountains wilderness, nine show caves are open to the public with spectacular lighting, underground rivers and cave formations that amaze visitors. The complex system is one of the largest underground cave systems in the world and was recently proclaimed the oldest open cave system in the world. The Orient Cave is considered as one of most well decorated caves in the World! Nearby, Oberon, Megalong Valley and Katoomba are worth a visit. We visit Jenolan Caves during the Blue Mountains and Jenolan Caves Private Guided Tour

Uluru Mountains in Red Center5. Uluru Mountains in Red Centre
The extraordinary rockscapes of Uluru (Ayers Rock), Australian's most famous landmark, rises 348 meters above the red-hued desert. About 40 kilometres from here, you can explore the dome-shaped rocks called Kata Tjuta (the Olgas), and the rich Aboriginal heritage associated with both, make the Red Centre one of the country's top tourist destination. We offering locally guided tours in small group there Guided Day Tours in Uluru (Ayers Rock, Kata Tjuta) in small group
Great Barrier Reef6. Great Barrier Reef
Easily one of the biggest draw-cards to visitors to Australia's tropical north Queensland every year, the Great Barrier Reef is a natural marvel that has been a boon to the tourism industry as it offers such a massive range of activities, sights and things to do in general. As the world's largest and most spectacular coral reef system, the Great Barrier Reef comprises of over 400 types of coral and is home to over 6,600 species of sea life, which, along with the hundreds of islands which populate the area, make the opportunities for exploration and sightseeing in the region nearly endless. We offering reef tours in small group there Great Barrier Reef Tour in Small Group from Cairns / Port Douglas)
Great Ocean Road & 12 Apostles7.Great Ocean Road & 12 Apostles
The Great Ocean Road is rightly considered to be one of the most picturesque ocean roads in the world. Here you will find captivating ocean landscapes, long deserted beaches and an incessant roar of the surf, and scattered along the coastline, you will discover national parks filled with waterfalls and wildlife. You could visit this attraction during the Great Ocean Road & 12 Apostles Private Tour
Gigantic Eucalyptus8. Mount field National Park - Tallest Trees (100 meters )
Mt Field, 80km north-west of Hobart and 7km beyond Westerway, was declared a national park in 1916. It is famed for its alpine moorlands, lakes, rainforest, impressive waterfalls, walks, skiing and rampant wildlife. The edge of vast, World Heritage-listed wilderness, a bush-walkers’ paradise of mountains, moorland, tallest forest in Australia, splendid Russel falls, wild rivers, gorges and impressive mountain lakes. You could visit this attraction during the Mount field NP, Mountains and Gordon Dam Private Tour
Hobart City9. Hobart City
The relaxed city Hobart lies between the sparkling Derwent River and the majestic bulk of Mt Wellington. Its compact centre is lively mix of past and present, where convicts, colonial and seafaring heritage sits easily alongside art and craft galleries. Hobart is the city of restaurants for seafood and meat lovers. You could visit this attraction during the Airport / Port Pick-up and Hobart Private Tour
MONA Museum10. MONA Museum
The remote Australian island of Tasmania is experiencing new-found popularity thanks to Hobart’s Museum of Old and New Art (MONA), the brainchild of millionaire collector David Walsh. The whole museum is underground, so you enter at ground level and work your way down and down. There are no windows, and so you can get a bit disoriented, but it’s designed to not be viewed in a logical or predictable order; it’s designed so you can wander around aimlessly if you want to. It’s all up to you. You could visit this attraction during the Airport / Port Pick-up and Hobart Private Tour


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