A few hundred years ago, civilized humanity had never heard that somewhere far away in the southern hemisphere of the Earth, on the border of the Indian and Pacific Ocean, there was another one – the fifth continent – Australia. And when this Green country was discovered, by the first settlers, and after the Dutch sailors, when the British took Australia into their hands, convicts and their families began to be sent here, truly fabulous and, at the same time, frightening lands opened up. Everything was different here than in distant Europe – day and night, winter and summer switched places. There were strange plants and amazing, unlike any other species known until then, animals, and local indigenous tribes lived their own incomprehensible lives. Today, Australia, familiar with everyone, is geography, history, the Continue reading
From the moment of its geographical discovery to this day, Australia excites the minds of every person who is not indifferent to travel. In Australia, there really is something to see, not in Odessa slang. This continent country has absolutely everything that even a sophisticated traveler can dream of. These are endless expanses of steppes and deserts, mountain ranges, subtropical forests, rivers, sea bays, megacities and small provincial cities. In addition, Australia has a rich animal and plant worlds and a unique history of conquest. However, all the numerous sights and beauties cannot be covered even for several years, not only traveling, but even permanently living on the Green Continent. Therefore, every tourist going on a tour in Australia must visit the most important sights of this country, without which it is impossible to recreate a holistic impression of it. Continue reading
When it comes to Australia, a number of associations pop up in my head: kangaroos, koalas, huge spiders …. But not everyone knows that Australia is not only an amazing world of fauna, but also amazing landscapes, natural landscapes, and magnificent architectural structures.
Traveling in Australia, in most cases, is best to start with Sydney – the largest and oldest city in the country. It is certainly worth seeing firsthand the most “postcard” building – the Sydney Opera House, which is a symbol of modern Australian architecture and a symbol of the city as a whole. Externally, the structure resembles several sails closely adjacent to each other, which looks pretty organic, given that it stands right in Sydney harbor. It, by the way, is considered an independent attraction. The opera Continue reading