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The Best 7 Natural Wonders in Australia You Must Visit In 2020

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If you’ve ever wondered which country is home to the most unique landscapes, then Australia would definitely be one of the top candidates. This vast country is abundant in striking natural wonders, and spectacular flora and fauna. We have compiled for you a list of the top natural wonders in Australia, so if you ever plan on visiting this marvelous place, you have some idea about what you will be experiencing when you arrive.

7. Shark Bay, Western Australia

Shark Bay

Shark Bay Western Australia

Shark Bay is renowned for its natural beauty, with aqua blue water, white sand, and red earth. It’s been described as one of the most remarkable places on earth.

6. Daintree Rainforest, Queensland

Daintree Rainforest

Daintree Rainforest: Where the forest meets the ocean

The largest rainforest in Australia and the oldest in the world (100 – 180 million years) the Daintree Rainforest is situated in northern Queensland, and it is spread over 12,000 square kilometers. It is also known as the most ecologically important rainforests present in the entire world, with never-ending animals and plants to appreciate. The forest also has some alluring hike trails, and Daintree River can also be discovered in this area.

5. MacKenzie Falls, Victoria

As the water cascades over the huge cliffs into a deep pool, MacKenzie Falls offers the most peaceful setting. Be sure to pack your hiking boots as there are endless trails to explore.

MacKenzie falls: heaven on earth

As the water cascades over the huge cliffs into a deep pool, MacKenzie Falls offers the most peaceful setting. Be sure to pack your hiking boots as there are endless trails to explore.

4. The Great Ocean Road, Victoria

The Great Ocean Road must be on your list if you want to visit Australia

The ultimate road trip – The Great Ocean Road is not only stunning but has cute towns to visit on the way

-> Read more: Top 25 Best Road Trips in Australia

3. Mount Kosciuszko, New South Wales - Snowy Mountains

From the highest Australian Mountain: Mount Kosciuszko

You can hike up to the top of the highest peak, Mount Kosciuszko, which is about 8km up. Once you’re up there, the views of the mountainous region are unbelievable. The best part you ask? You’ll even be given a certificate for your endeavor.

2. Kangaroo Island, South Australia

A kangaroo at Kangaroo Island

The name is a bit of a giveaway, but this remote island is the perfect place to be at one with nature and spot a few roos.

1. Great Barrier Reef, Queensland

The Great Barrier Reef

The Great Barrier Reef is also known as ‘the world’s largest living thing’, is Australia’s most famous site. This place has a huge variety of marine life such as dolphins, fish, sea turtles, and most importantly the dainty coral. A significant number of tourists from all over the world come to witness this spectacle of nature. You can indulge in many underwater activities like snorkeling or diving, or you can relax on its many miles of untouched stunning white sand beaches



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