5 Essential Bucket List Experiences in Australia

By Kirsten Powley

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It's no wonder so many bloggers love Australia. What's not to like? With hundreds of beaches, stylish and creative inhabitants, and warm weather, bringing out bikinis, barbecues and memories that last a lifetime is a no-brainer. Here are five experiences you must try when visiting this beautiful country.

Fly Over and Swim Through the Great Barrier Reef

The Great Barrier Reef is just as beautiful in person as it is in photos. Go snorkeling or diving to join the mysterious and colourful underwater world, or for a different perspective, take to the air and view the intricate reef patterns from above, like Heart Reef.

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Read: The Whitsundays by Air by Gary Pepper

Go Wine Tasting

From Barossa Valley in Western Australia to Hunter Valley in New South Wales, Australia's wine is not only delicious, but it's also made in the most photogenic surroundings. You might even catch a glimpse of a kangaroo bouncing through the vineyards.

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Read: The Last Drops from Jacobs Creek, Australia by The Londoner

Road Trip on the Great Ocean Road

A weekend or day trip on the Great Ocean Road (not far from Melbourne) will have you staring with disbelief at dramatic sea views, and making pit stops at waterfalls and quaint towns.

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Read: Beautiful Sights Not to Miss on the Great Ocean Road by Kirst Over the World

Twilight Dinner and Camel Ride in Uluru

Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park is a must-see in Australia. Take a camel ride around Uluru and dine under the startlingly clear sky for the most romantic night you could imagine.

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Read: Umissable Experiences at Uluru, Australia by Girl Tweets World

Take on The Lively Australian Cities

Sydney is known for its iconic buildings, stunning beaches and a glamorous lifestyle. Melbourne has the best cafe culture around, impressive street art and stylish bars. Brisbane has a laid-back, warmer vibe, and keeps growing its hip, alternative city culture.

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Read: 51 Things to do in Melbourne by Little Grey Box



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