Feed the shark, see with your own eyes the real coral jungle, huge turtles, sea crocodiles, squids, octopuses, rare bird nesting places – the Great Barrier Reef will provide this opportunity to everyone without difficulty. The Great Barrier Reef consists of three thousand reefs and nine hundred coastal islands, and is considered the largest natural object on the planet that created living organisms. Its area significantly exceeds the territory of England – a reef park with a total area of almost 344.5 thousand km. sq. stretched along the Australian northeast coast for 2.5 thousand km. Basically, the park is located under water and, according to many researchers, ninety percent have not yet been studied. At the same time, it is 300 km from the south from mainland Australia, and 32 km from the north. Continue reading
Where to go in Australia, what to see and how long does it take to get to know Australia?
Of course, for the first and basic acquaintance with the 5th continent, Melbourne and Sydney are the first and main places to visit in Australia. It’s minimum.
If you have enough time and the budget is not running out, then it is worth including the cities of Cairns (with the BBB) and Darwin in the program of trips around Australia, it is also possible to include the Red Center and Tasmania. Everything, of course, depends on which tours and program you would like to choose in these cities and places.
On the route it is more logical to do so (in terms of flights, etc.), depending on the place of arrival and Continue reading
If you are going on a trip to one of the most mysterious and interesting countries in the world, Australia, you should study the weather and cultural features of the country in advance, and, based on this, take your suitcase.
If you are going on a trip to one of the most mysterious and interesting countries in the world, Australia, you should study the weather and cultural features of the country in advance, and, based on this, take your suitcase. Today we’ll tell you what things you definitely can’t do without in Australia and which clothes and accessories are best left at home. Continue reading