Some Overlooked Sightseeing Spots in Australia
This is a brief account of the few places to visit in Australia. For group bookings for the lunch cruise in Sydney, get in touch with the operator.
Home to the world-renowned Harbour Bridge and Opera House, Sydney is one of the most luxurious coastal cities in the world. This capital, of New South Wales, houses around hundred beaches along the city’s coast and many other iconic locations to add to it, making it a hotspot for tourists around the world. The complexity of this famous city does not end with it having beaches and buildings but also its diverse people, cuisine, greenery and monumental structures, making it a mandatory place on the itineraries of every traveler's book. Sydney’s sparkling waterfront geography alone makes it a suitable destination for many tourists. The Sydney Harbour is a vast coastal body packed with water activities and cruise ships and other celebrations that are spread throughout. The most sought-out form of recreation is the Sydney Harbour lunch cruise which is a crowd-puller, the reason for it being its enormous response. The leading operators make sure to provide the best available cruises to satisfy our needs and wants. The newest and only glass boat of Sydney is a premium vessel of deluxe value offering a unique waterfront dining experience, perfect for anyone looking for a change from regular dining experience. This fully air-conditioned luxury vessel with its floor-to-ceiling windows and exquisite interiors, offers an unobstructed 360° view of the harbour and its famous landmarks, the Opera House, Harbour Bridge, Fort Denison and many more. The cruise provides a banquet menu which is freshly prepared by the onboard chefs and then served in the vast dining space. With a sky deck and mezzanine lounge optimal for cocktail parties, the cruise is guaranteed to escalate your previous cruising experiences. In addition, there is also a fully licensed bar onboard where you can buy beverages and other drinks. Such dynamic features at a reasonable price makes it one of the best lunch cruises in Sydney.
K’Gari (Fraser Island), Queensland
World Heritage-listed Fraser Island, off the southern coast of Queensland, Australia, is the world's largest sand island, stretching over 123 kilometres. Housing over dozens of emerald forests, eucalyptus woodland, wallum, swamps, sand dune, coastal heaths and fascinating wildlife, Fraser Island is one of Queensland’s most popular islands for tourists who can reach there by ferry from Hervey Bay or Rainbow Beach. This island offers one of the most unique outdoor adventures you'll witness in Australia, a 4WD trip down the 75 Mile beach, a seemingly ending stretch of wave thrashing and exhilarating experience done with the utmost safety measure making it also a family friendly adventure. Apart from this, fishing, hiking, swimming, mountain bike riding, bird watching are all popular activities done here. 4WD vehicles are essential here as there is nothing but sand here with unpaved roads.
Uluru /Ayers Rock
Uluru is a giant monolith of sandstone located at the heart of the Red Centre in the Northern territory. This isolated mass of rock is said to have been home to indigenous people of Australia. Why this place? There's plenty to do in the Uluru-Kata Tjuta national park which is part of the huge rock. Firstly, there's a ranger guided activity which involves a local park ranger sharing his wisdom about the natural environment and cultural heritage of this ancient site. These are essentially free for the visitors. You can even do all this without breaking a sweat using the segway offered by the tour operators. Then , you can watch the world-famous sunrise and sunset of this odd region. As the rays of the sun hit the landscapes, the rock formations change colors. This phenomena takes time to get digested and this period of contemplation is what makes it more memorable. There are other numerous things to do besides the ones mentioned and it is up to you to discover the rest!