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The best 6 Outdoor Adventures in Australia

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The best 6 Outdoor Adventures in Australia

Australia is a place for one of the biggest corals as well as a vast wildlife adventure. With enough landscapes, beaches, underwaters, and cities, you will need a long vacation in Australia to see it all. All kinds of adventure sports are available along with the most luxurious places for your accommodation. Austalia has all types of tourism covered for you and here is a list of the ones that you cannot miss out.

Fraser Island Drive, Queensland

Fraser Island is the world’s largest sand island stretching over 75 miles. It offers an amazing along-to-the-beach four-wheel drive in a seemingly endless beach. You can plan a family picnic and cover the whole journey while encountering the Maheno shipwreck and dodge dingos on the beach while also crossing the red-streaked cliffs of the Cathedrals.

Fraser Island Drive, Queensland

Great Barrier Reef, Queensland

The Great Barrier is literally the greatest underwater reef and has the biggest family of corals numbering to more than 2,900 separate reefs. This world-heritage site is Australias top tourist attraction of underwater enthusiasts. You can enjoy diving and snorkel around the reef and witness colourful corals, whales, thousands of fish families, schools of sharks, and even some shipwrecks.

Whitsunday, Queensland

Whitsunday, Queensland

Along with the underwater adventure of the great barrier reef, you can also enjoy sailing through the islands of Whitsunday and either visit the national parks or enjoy a couple of days in the luxurious resorts. You will be assisted by crews for your sailing adventures, or you can even take a boat away on your own.

Katherine Gorge, Northern Territory

For Kayaking, you can choose the Katherine River to get the best experience. It offers the best outback kayaking adventure through the steep-walled cliffs and red rock gorges. The river can be a little crowded during summer due to more kayaking enthusiasts coming to get experience. You can go beyond the first couple of gorges to get away from the crowd and witness quieter and more scenic landscapes.

Blue Mountains, NSW

 
The Blue Mountains national park is a day trip organized from Sydney which takes you on tour to the iconic Three Sisters rock pinnacles, beautiful waterfalls, and eucalyptus forests. You can also do rappelling or abseiling down the cliffs and waterfalls to get an extra dose of adventure. You will be trained for rappelling down along with the right safety gear in this one-day adventure trip.

Horizontal Waterfall, Western Australia

The horizontal waterfall is in the Kimberley region, which offers an adrenaline-pumping adventure on a seaplane or a jet boat. It is a one day program which offers a ride through the horizontal waterfalls with scenic landscapes on both sides. The tour also offers shark swims for the bravest of all. The horizontal waterfalls are powerful tides which flow out through narrow gorges which gives it its name.

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