Explore iconic Kings Park which overlooks the majestic Swan River, stroll on sun-kissed Cottesloe Beach and wander around colourful Fremantle. Taste the Swan Valley and see the rest of beautiful WA.
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There are few places left in the world that allow you to feel like an explorer. With seemingly interminable red-desert, primal gorges like gaps chiselled in the globe itself, snow-capped mountains and windswept grasslands, there’s always something to discover in Australia. And that’s if you ever escape the arresting cities.
Visitors to Sydney sometimes wonder if it’s all a dream; the legendary surf of Bondi Beach, the sun sparkling on the harbour around the pristine plumage of the Opera House, and swarms of impossibly tanned residents with easy smiles. If the heat of the sands overwhelms you can cool off at a buzzing street cafe, with a stroll through the greenery of Manly Scenic Walkway, or a visit to a gallery celebrating indigenous art. Alternatively, head to Melbourne and soak up its opulent Victorian architecture, fanatical love of sports, and wealth of museums and theatres, or enjoy the luxurious wine-tasting of Swan Valley in Perth.
Like the locals, you can only resist the call of the wild for so long. Dive into the teeming sub-aquatic world of the Great Barrier Reef, the largest of its kind in the world, wander the sprawling Kakadu National Park alongside kangaroos, koalas, and kookaburras, or cling by your fingertips to a rock-face in the Tasmanian Mountains. The ‘island continent’ is too vast to be contained in these meagre paragraphs; make sure to heed the advice of the locals’ and jump into the outback to write your own adventure.
"Without new experiences, something inside of us sleeps. The sleeper must awaken" - Frank Herbert