What to see and do in Australia

australiaAustralia is so big… It’s just impossible to see and experience all of it in just one year!
This is going to be a list off all the thing I would like to do and see in this awesome country and I’ll keep it up to date.

sydneyIn New South Wales:

– Enjoy the lay back living style of Byron Bay and try surfing

– Go to the Blue Mountains

– Go to Lord Howe Island

– Attend the Mardi Gras Parade in Sydney

– Attend Nimbin Mardi Grass in May

Attend New Year’s Celebrations in Sydney (December 2013)

NitmilukIn Northern Territory:

– Get to know more about aboriginal culture (started in June 2014)

– Visit Nitmiluk National Park (June 2014)

– Visit Kakadu National Park

– Visit Litchfield National Park

– Visit Territory Wildlife Park

– See the jumping crocodiles on the Adelaide river

– Enjoy the hot springs in Mataranka and visit the Never Never Museum

– Participate at the Lasseter Camel Cup

– Participate at the Darwin Beer Can Regata

– Participate at the Henley-On-Todd

– Get to see Uluru and understand the meaning this rock as for aboriginal people (started in October 2014)

– Have a beer at Daly Waters Pub

– Go throw the desert

– See wild buffalo, camels and horses.

great barrier reefIn Queensland:

– Sail the Whitsundays

– Go to Brisbane (January 2014)

– Dive in The Great Barrier Reef (best time August to December)

– Visit Moreton Island

– Go to Cape Tribulation (Daitree Forest)

– Skydive at Mission Beach

– Go to Magnetic Island

– Dive in the wreck of the Yongala

–  Enjoy Fraser Island

– Visit the Daintree Forest

AdelaideIn South Australia:

– Stay in a underground accommodation in Coober Pedy

– Go on Kangaroo Island

– Visit Adelaide (October 2014)

– Visit the Naracoorte Caves

– Visit Port Augusta

– See the whales at Encounter Bay, Fleurieur Peninsula

– Visit Flinders Ranges National Park

– Enjoy the salty water of the Pool of Siloam, in Beachport

– Relax in the Umpherston Sinkhole gardens in Mount Gambier

– See the giant cuttlefish at False Bay, near Whyalla (May to October)

– Diving in Piccaninnie Ponds

– Visit the ghost town of Farina

– Relax at Dalhousie Springs

See Mt Gambier’s Blue Lake (October 2014)

– Swim with sea-lions and dolphins on Eyre Peninsula

melbourneIn Victoria:

– Visit Melbourne (October 2014)

– See penguins and seals on Phillip Island (February 2014)

– Drive throw the Great Ocean Road (October 2014)

– Tree surfing in Mornington Peninsula

– Dive at Port Phillip Heads Marine Park

– Swim with dolphins at Sorrento

– Walk on Squeaky Beach and hopefully see a wombat

– Relax at Peninsula Hot Springs

– Swim with a platypus at Healesville Sanctuary

– Stay at least one night in the wonderful rooms of Mira Mira bed and breakfast

– Trek the Central Deborah Gold Mines

– Visit the Little Desert National Park

– Visit the Gippsland Lakes and see the dolphins

– Visit Mornington Peninsula

– Visit The Grampians

– Enjoy wine in Yarra Valley

– Attend the Melbourne Cup Carnival

perth In Western Australia:

– Ride a camel on Cable Beach

– Go to Rottnest Island

– See the Pinnacles

– Visit Karijini National Park

– Walk throw the Valley of the Giants Tree

– Swim with a whale shark at Ningaloo Reef (April to June)

– Visit Perth

– Go to Rottnest Island

– See the dolphins at Monkey Mia

– Enjoy the beach al Lucky Bay

– Go windsurfing at Geraldton

tasmaniaIn Tasmania:

– Dive in Governor Island Marine Nature Reserve

– Enjoy the beach at Wineglass Bay

– Sip on whisky at Lark Distillery

– Go to the Bay of Fire

If anybody got any ideas to add, more than happy, I’d like to see more than possible of this huge country.

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