Australia is the largest piece of land on the continent of Australia (Oceania). The country, covering an area of 8,617,930 square kilometers, has a population of approximately 24 million. Australia is a historical and geographically important region that blends many cultures. We have explored Australia’s attractions. Here is your Australian travel guide
Sydney Harbor Bridge
It is an iconic building that connects the central districts of Sydney’s Milsons Point and Millers Point, Australia, where rail, car, bicycle and pedestrian traffic are connected. Built between 1923 and 1932, the arch bridge has a length of 1,149 meters and a width of 49 meters. The height of the bridge is 49 meters and its height is 141 meters. The Sydney Harbor Bridge, the world’s largest bridge at 49 meters, offers the most beautiful views of the capital. One of Australia’s must-see bridges must be seen.
Sydney Opera House
The iconic building of the capital, Sidney, is one of the most perfect buildings in the world. The Sydney Opera House, designed by the famous Danish architect John Utzon, has been serving since 1973. The enormous building with a capacity of 5532 covers approximately 2 hectares. The highest point of the opera house is 67 meters and its width is 118 and the length is 183 meters. The building on the UNESCO World Heritage List must be one of your first addresses on your trip to Australia.
Great Ocean Road
The road, which is considered one of Australia’s National Heritage, extends for 243 km. Opened in 1932, the Great Ocean Road offers a pleasant journey along the south-east coast of Australia between Torquay and Allansford Victoria. The most important feature of this road is the surviving soldiers who survived the First World War. Turned into one of Australia’s tourist destinations, the Great Ocean Road is also known as the world’s greatest war memorial.
Founded in 1851, the beach is one of the most vibrant summer tourism centers in the region. It has a capacity of 10 thousand people and it is almost full every day in summer. Bondi Beach, located in the eastern part of the capital, Sidney, is also known as Bondi Bay. The name of the beach which became the center of summer tourism in Australia (Bondi) means ‘Rocks’ in Aboriginal language. If you are on an Australian trip in the summer, you can cool off at Bondi Beach.
Great Barrier Reef
Near the coast of Quuensland is a reef region consisting of 900 islands and 2,900 reefs and covers an area of approximately 345 square kilometers. As the most valuable and largest reef area in the world, the world-renowned region is the natural wealth created by thousands of creatures and creating great images. Since 1981, the UNESCO World Heritage Site must be located at the beginning of your Australian travel guide.
The area, also called Ayers Rock, is a large sandstone formation located in the southern part of Australia’s Northern Territory (Northern Territory). The region resembling the mountain is considered a sacred place for the Aborigines. There are also rock caves and water pits around the sandstone structure. The UNESCO World Heritage Site is located in Kata Tjuta National Park. Uluru is one of Australia’s landmarks.
Kakadu National Park
The region, which has been declared as a national park since 1979, covers an area of 19,804 square kilometers. It is located in the region known as the Northern Territory (Northern Territory). This region is also known for having the world’s most important uranium mine reserves. Every year around 250 thousand tourists take part in the perfect cliffs, forests, wetlands; There are live species such as crocodiles, buffaloes.