Off the Beaten Track in Australia

by Puru


Jun 5, 2012

Australia is a great place to spend your holiday. There’s a wide range activities to do regardless of the season. Summer is the best time to visit the vineyards, beaches and national parks. Autumn in Australia is full of events like Formula 1 Grand Prix, fashion weeks and food and wine festivals. You can ski, snowboard or snorkel and dive during winter. It is also a great season to stay indoors and enjoy great wine while playing casino games. Spring is for diving, surfing, trekking and taking a tour to see the wildlife. Below are some of the best spots to check out in Australia.

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Great Ocean Road

Great Ocean Road

An amazing scenic stretch of road along the coast of Victoria is the Great Ocean Road.  The road runs for over 200 miles and the views along the way are amazing regardless of the time of year.  While traveling along the road there are many stops where you can take pictures, have a bite to eat, or have a fantastic beer.

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Rock Art in Kakadu National Park

Kakadu National Park

For those that love the great outdoors, the Kakadu National Park is a must see.  Heading into the main entrance about 153 km east from Darwin, the park has a vast variety of wildlife, habitats, and rock-art sites.  Some of the country’s best Aboriginal rock art can be found here.

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Tasmania !


With amazing beaches, as well as breathtaking mountains and lagoons known for both their wildlife and amazing beauty, Tasmania is a destination that players go to when they want to get away from it all.  In addition, the area is rich in history and culture that come together to tell a widely diverse story for the area.

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Kangaroo Island

Kangaroo Island

For those loving the outdoors, another choice is Kangaroo Island.  A third of the island is a National Park, giving tourist a chance to see many species of flora, fauna, and wildlife indigenous to Australia.

With recent positive developments involving both Australian online gambling and live casinos, more and more tourists are heading to Australia to try their luck.  But tourists should not leave without heading out to see the sights of the land down under with its amazing sights and attractions.

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About the Author


Puru is an IT Project Manager from Pune, India and an avid blogger. He is passionate about travel, photography, cinema and books. He blogs on Shadows Galore, Art House Cinema, The Mutinous Indian and Antarnaad.

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