Flanked by the scenic Harbor Bridge and the beautiful Royal Botanic Gardens, the Sydney Opera House is one of the most popular Australian tourist attractions. Considered as an architectural masterpiece of the century, this feat by mankind, hosts multiple venues designed to reflect the image of a huge sailing ship and resembles billowing sails or shells.
Tasmania Museum of Old and New Art is one of Australia’s quirkiest museums. While it is accessible by road or by plane, a 30 minute ferry ride from Hobart is the popular way to this museum. It’s known for some of the unique, rare and exclusively owned collections of the Aboriginal tribes.
Things to do: Enjoy the plenty of brilliant art work displayed; relish the delectable delicacies served by multi cuisine restaurants in the premises.
Carlton Buildings and the Royal Exhibition Building are the two Australia tourist attractions listed among World Heritage sites. Built in the 18th century, they are also one of the oldest sites existing as Australia tourist attractions.
Things to do: Spend time enjoying the flower beds, ornamental lakes and artistic fountains; walk through the collection of Mortan Bay fig trees planted by local aboriginals, visit the Melbourne museum, admire the Victorian-era Hochgurtel Fountain and circular French
To book a tour (for germans) please visit : Australia round trip – Australien Rundreise
One of the seven wonders of the natural world, the world’s largest barrier reef system is the Great Barrier Reef. Located in the Coral Sea, this world heritage-listed site is visible from outer space and is one of the largest living structures on the planet. It occupies a mammoth area including more than 3000 coral reefs and hundreds of scenic Islands.