Why to Visit Australia?
Australia is a vast piece of land, that is laced with natural splendor and encapsulates glamorous beaches, boutiques, cafes, and bars. This country depicts the importance of music & live entertainment as music festivals, rocking live bands and theater can be found at every nook and corner. Apart from that, Australia is said to serve the world’s best seafood & wines. The roads here are in a good condition and connects the cities to the distant beautiful areas including beaches; a car rental seems to be an affordable option as there is so much to explore.
Major Attractions of Australia
Sydney Opera House
Sydney Opera house was designed by Architect Jorn Utzon and is one of the world’s greatest architectural structures that is surrounded by water on all the three sides. It comprises of 5 Halls, all for different purposes and can be accessed by anyone through tours.
Sydney Harbour Bridge
Also known as “The Coathanger”, it is designated as the World’s largest steel arch bridge. Constructed in 1932, it acts as an iconic image of Sydney and carries a large sum of traffic every day.
Blue Mountain National Park
Listed among one of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites, this national park covers a ground area of 664,000 acres and encloses large sum of flora and fauna, waterfall and also has 140 km of walking trails.
One of the best highlights of Western Australia, Cable Beach is covered with pure white sand and is set aside the beautiful turquoise water. Camel rides during sunrise & sunset are popular among tourists visiting this place.
Great Barrier Reef
It is said to be larger than the Great wall of China and is listed among the “Seven wonders of the world”. It is said to be visible from outer space and is also been titled as the largest living structure on the planet.
Safety Tips While Traveling Through Australia
Australia is considered one of the hottest countries, so cover yourself and apply SPF 30+ for a better sun protection.
Swim Between the Flags
One should swim between the red and yellow flags on the beach since that area is considered the best for swimming. The area beyond that may be prone to a danger of strong current calls Rigs.
Traveling in Remote Areas
Before going on a 4WD or outback journey, check GPS, carry two spare tires, maps, extra food and fuel for any emergency. Also, contact your service provider for network queries in that particular area.
Australians are prone to the Bushfire risks. Just before heading towards a journey, have the basic idea of it, follow warning signs & total fire ban boards, and avoid going out in too much heat.
Conclusion: Exploring such a vast country will be much more convenient and inexpensive in a rental car. So, hire a car in Australia and hit the roads for an adventurous journey by incurring the minimum cost.