The tourist attractions that are available in Australia are a great example of sustainable tourism as it ranks among the highest in the world for the hygiene, quality of life and cultural offerings. Australia has numerous attractions to offer which include skyscrapers, amazing architectural wonders, scenic hill stations and attractive beaches.
Australia, as a developed country, houses a society that is diverse with multiple identities. There is no doubt that it ranks high, with regard to the quality of life, human development index, life expectancy, health care, economic freedom, public education and protection of political rights and civil liberties.
South Australia is particularly renowned for its scenic beauty and serene atmosphere that pervades all around. Some of the interesting destinations of South Australia are the wine regions in the Barossa Valley, Adelaide, the Outback, Kangaroo Island, National Parks and the Murray River etc.
The people who originally settled in Australia lived in the northern territory and there is evidence of rich history that can be seen till this day. The hotspots in this part of Australia are the Aboriginal culture, Ayers Rock (Uluru) Darwin, Alice Springs, crocodile farms and the famous Kakadau National Park.
Visit Tasmania to find many tourist attractions in the habitat center where European migrants made their home. The places to visit in Tasmania are the Tasman Peninsula, Hobart, World Heritage Area, Port Arthur, Gordon River, National Parks, Wildlife Parks, Freycinet Wilderness and Cradle Mountain.
If you wish to visit the famous Sydney Opera House, the Sydney Harbor, Blue Mountains, wine country of Hunter Valley, Olympic Stadium, beaches and museums, you should head to New South Wales.
Visit Victoria to check out the Museums, Gardens, Yarra Valley Wine Country, Great Ocean Road, and view the splendid mountains and charming historical towns in Melbourne.
Queensland is noted for its beautiful beaches and rare animals that wander in their natural habitat. The most popular tourist attractions in Queensland are the Tropical Rainforests, Great Barrier Reef, Gold Coast, Whitsunday Islands, Sunshine Coast, Warner Brothers, Wildlife, Sea World and Whale Watching, to name a few.
To get an idea of the culture that dates back to the days of the Outback, nearly a millennium ago, one should head to Western Australia. Travelers are fascinated with the Aboriginal culture, Monkey Mia, Perth, Freemantle, Margaret River Wine Country, Coral Bay, Broome, Desert and National parks and travel from part of the world to see these places.
One of the popular tourist destinations is the city of Perth because it bristles with vivacity and has a contemporary style. Perth and has been renowned as the sunniest state capital by Australians.
Canberra is the capital of Australia and center of much political activity. There are various national monuments and splendid parks that have been set up in this planned city.
Visit Jamison Valley and enjoy a ride in the cable car that takes you on one of the steepest journeys in the whole of the Southern Hemisphere. The glass floored cable car allows visitors to enjoy the scenic ride through pretty valleys and view the spectacular Katoomba Falls and other scenic splendors, such as the Three Sisters Rock formation etc.
The Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park houses the largest monolith of rock in the world that the aboriginal people claim was created along with the Universe. It was formerly named Ayres Rock.
The tallest building in the city is Amp Tower Centre point, which is located at a height of 1000 ft. You can get great views if you head to the observation deck or enjoy a dinner at the revolving restaurant that is situated atop the building.
The National Gallery of Australia has over 10000 fine art collections by international artists and some of the finest exhibitions of photography can be viewed in this gallery.