Popular Tourist Attractions in Australia
Not many people know about the mind blowing attractions that Australia boasts apart from popular tourist attractions such as Sydney, Melbourne. Some of the most desired Australia tourist attractions include Fraser Island, Sydney Harbor Bridge, Great Barrier Reef, Scenic World, Kakadu National Park, Sydney Opera House, Port Arthur, Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, Amp Tower Centrepoint, National Gallery of Australia, Gold Coast, Ocean Road etc.
Great Barrier Reef :One of the most visited tourist spots in Australia is the Great Barrier Reef which is also considered as the most well protected marine site in the whole world. The Reef is positioned close to the northern coast of Queensland and stretches for 2000 kilometers.
The Great Barrier Reef with its awe inspiring coral beach islands offers a heavenly experience to the nature lovers. Divers and romantics consider the vibrant and colorful underwater reef to be a great treat for eyes.
Sydney Opera House:Constructed by the famous Danish architect John Utzon in the twentieth century, Sydney Opera House is another world famous tourist attraction drawing a number of tourists from across the world. UNESCO has inscribed the Sydney Opera House as the World Heritage Building on the June 28 of 2007. People from across the world flock at Australia with the main purpose of catching a glimpse of this artistic monument which is also an Australian icon.
Uluru:Visiting Uluru, Australia's famous and iconic rock monolith is an unique experience. It is better known as Ayers Rock and the best thing about this rock is that it changes its colors as the day passes by. Uluru which is 348 meters high, 3.6 kilometers long and 1.9 kilometers wide is the second largest rock in the Universe.
Sydney Harbor Bridge:Another reason to visit Australia is to take a peek at the world famous structure of the Sydney Harbor Bridge. This Bridge was opened in the year 1932 and since then it continues to be one of the prime attractions of Australia apart from being the connecting factor of the central business district of Sydney and the North shore of the harbor.