Australia for the Outdoor Enthusiast
Do you love the out of doors? Are you an active adrenaline junkie? If you like talking a walk on the wild side then Australia may be a premier destination for you. In every corner of the country there are daring, daunting, and darling outdoor adventures to be had.
If you enjoy wildlife and getting real in nature, you’ll love Australia. Kangaroo Island is home to a wildlife reserve full of koalas, penguins, and of course kangaroos. You can go diving in The Great Barrier Reef if oceanic wildlife is more your style. There’s also diving off of Kangaroo Island where you can swim with dolphins.
Australia is one long coastline packed with amazing surfing beaches. Queensland, New South Wales, Noosa, the Sunshine Coast, and Kirra Beach being are considered some of the best surfing. Steer clear of the northern coastline which is known for stinging jellyfish.
A Love of Boating?
Australia provides the opportunity to sea kayak, canoe, or white water raft, so there’s plenty to do if you enjoy boating. Some river tours take you through virtually untouched aboriginal country where you can explore the rocky shorelines of neighboring islands. Boating is a great way to get a new view of Australia and have a unique experience.
Hiking is one of the most popular activities in Australia. There are actually 550 national parks. Uluru, aka Ayres Rock, is part of the Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park. You can hike the Blue Mountains or Cradle Mountains or head to the Gorges found near Alice Springs on the edge of the MacDonnell Ranges.
Camping for Everyone
Last, but certainly not least, is the very popular Australian pastime of camping and caravanning. In fact, you can rent a van or camper and travel around the country stopping at predetermined sites. It’s a great way to explore the country and enjoy a different experience. It’s an affordable and fun way to see this beautiful country.
Whether you love nature and adventure or you want to experience Australia in a fun and unique way, there are numerous opportunities to explore. Go diving and view fish, sea dragons, and dolphins up close. Rent a sea kayak and explore the shoreline of a remote island. Go hiking in a national park or wildlife sanctuary and watch koalas linger high up in the trees. There are so many ways to explore Australia; you’ll be hard pressed to choose just one.