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Places in Australia for The Nature Lovers

This article offers a glimpse of some of the most beautiful places Australia has to offer.


Kakadu National Park is a timeless spot. It is recognized as a global treasure, World Heritage listed for both its environment and its Aboriginal culture. For the adventurer, the almost 20,000 square kilometres of wildlife encompassing the Ranger Uranium Mine and a strikingly rich and varied assortment of the park’s vegetation are waiting to be explored!


Named after a geologist and photographer of the 19th century, this rainforest is amongst the most complex ecosystems on Earth.

The tropical forest region is home to some of the most exclusive and primitive types of flora, and the panoramic scenery and sparkling waterfalls make it a must-see spot!


The island state of Tasmania has its share of stunning tourist attractions. The conservation area of Mount Roland offers several walking tracks, there’s trekking and rafting at the Cataract Gorge, and Hastings Thermal Springs and the surrounding caves provide the traveler a chance at relaxation and exploration. Then there is the Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens, a spot facilitating not only a wide variety of plants but also supporting numerous local artistic festivals!


A renowned extensive sandstone rock formation at the heart of the Red Centre Desert, this natural wonder is considered sacred by the native Anangu. Ancient paintings decorate the rock caves, while the plethora of springs functions as a source of serenity for the species inhabiting this incredible natural landmark.

Need any other reason to convince that a visit to this site is a must?


The site is so massive it can be seen from space! The world’s largest coral reef system, this marvelous aquatic rainbow is the biggest single structure made by living beings.

More than 2000 species of animals inhabit its waters, including some of the most vulnerable and endangered ones.

Scuba diving is a must-do activity here!


Mangrove and eucalyptus forests, and swamps encompassed by one of the most delightful shorelines on Earth make this island a must-visit destination.

Dingoes pondering in their natural surroundings act like a mascot for the spot, and are among the main reasons people visit the area.


An Australian lake whose pink shade challenges conventional logic!

From a distance, Lake Hillier of Australia’s Recherche Archipelago resembles a swath of solid bubble-gum pink. Draw closer and the color takes on a more watery, translucent quality, but remains unmistakably pink.

Lake Hillier keeps up its pink shade year-round.

Though, swimming in it is not possible as the island is used only for research purposes. You can best experience it on helicopter rides. Be assured that you will remember the view for you entire life!