Explore the top tourist destinations of Australia other than Sydneyby Olivia Williams Digital Marketing
Melbourne : The second most populous city in Australian
Melbourne is considered as one of Australia’s trendiest cities, bursting with food, art, cocktails, sport and shopping. This cultural capital of Australia is a must visit place.
With both modern & historic styles of buildings studded throughout the city, it's an architectural paradise. Don't miss out to check on the Royal Exhibition Building, Princess Theatre, Parliament House and other elegant artifacts. The famous buildings in Melbourne include the Eureka Tower, federation square, St Patrick’s Cathedral and St Paul’s Cathedral.
Best way to enjoy a day in Melbourne is by opting for a cruise down the Yarra River. Cruise along the pristine riverside ogling at the mesmerising city skyline while savouring freshly prepared menu on a Melbourne sightseeing cruise. This cruise will let you experience the scenic side of Melbourne like no other.
Roam around Chinatown, visit the hidden bars and explore Yarra Valley, the famous wine region of Australia on an all-inclusive day tour of Melbourne.
Perth: The Largest city of Western Australia
Explore the capital of Western Australia on a Perth day tour. Stroll around the city lined with pedestrian malls, inventive boutiques, global flagship stores and more. Buy some goodies and authentic aboriginal arts or roam around the scenic precincts exploring the city streets.
There are several attractions studded around the Perth city centre like The Bell Tower, Perth Zoo, Scitech, The Perth Mint, Perth Cultural Centre and Kings Park and the famous Botanic Garden which accommodates 400 hectares of stunning natural bushland.
The best way to enjoy this pristine city is on a Perth sightseeing cruise on the swan river. enjoy the sweeping views of the city while savouring delectable menu and beverages.
Brisbane: The river city
The capital of Queensland, Brisbane is another prominent tourist destination. Clustered in its cultural precinct are many intriguing attractions like the Queensland Museum and Queensland Gallery of Modern Art. Winding along the Brisbane River, the city has a lot of cruises including sightseeing, dining and entertainment. The subtropical climate and relaxed culture attracts several tourists from all around the world.
Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary is one of the must visit places in Brisbane. Watch the cute little Koalas up close and click an awesome picture as well. Not only koalas there a wide variety of other species as well, like wombats, dingoes, snakes, kangaroos, wallabies and crocodiles.There are a lot of experiences that you can cherish, from bird of prey flight demonstrations to barn animal encounters, from platypus feeding to Tasmanian devil keeper talks. You can also take a snap of you holding either a snake or a baby crocodile. The sanctuary being nestled on the Brisbane river, the best way to explore it will be on a Mirimar Koala & Brisbane River Cruises. The cruise offers picturesque sights of fabulous mansions and historic Queenslander homes as it sails towards the world famous Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary.
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