Australia: what to see in 10 days


What to see in Australia, an itinerary of the most beautiful places not to be missed, including the landscape beauties carved in a largely uncontaminated natural environment.

Itinerary 10 days

Ayers Rock is a vast rock formation famous for the very intense red color it assumes at sunset, varying in different shades depending on the time of day and time of year.

Visible even at a distance of a few tens of kilometers, Uluru, the Australian name of Ayers Rock, apparently has a smooth surface which in reality when seen up close is made of caves, springs, particular corrosion phenomena and even ancient paintings.

Geographically it is located in the North, within the Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park.

Darwin is a port and tourist city located on Australia's northern coast, founded in 1869 by Captain Goyder and initially called Palmerston, in honor of the British prime minister in office at the time.

It is located in an area characterized by the tropical climate and was rebuilt in a modern style after its destruction in 1974 due to the cyclone Tracy.

The inhabitants are mainly indigenous with minorities originating in Southeast Asia.

The Great Barrier Reef is located off the coast of Queensland, made up of almost three thousand coral reefs linked together, with over two thousand kilometers in length where many species of fish live.

Sydney, founded in 1788 and the capital of the state of New South Wales, is the oldest Australian city.

Important tourist destination is appreciated for its port, the beautiful coast and the mild climate all year round.

It was also the scene of important international events, including the 2000 Olympics and the World Youth Day held in 2008.

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What see

Melbourne is an industrial city where most industries are located.

The Queen Victoria Market is the most famous market in the city, where foodstuffs such as fish, meat, vegetables and fruit are sold, as well as clothing and artisan products of arboriginal manufacture.

Another important market is located in the southern part of the city and here there are stalls selling mainly fresh food and local handicrafts.

Melbourne is also famous for the many shopping centers present, joined together by closed bridges.

Western Australia is largely composed of low plateaus, including the Carnarvon Range and Stirling Range.

Mount Meharry, with 1251 meters, is the largest peak.

Plains are present along the coastal strip and a large part of the territory is arid and sandy with scarce vegetation.

Tasmania is a state of Australia formed by the island of the same name and other smaller islands.

The name derives from that of the Dutch navigator who discovered it, Abel Tasman.

The main cities are Hobart, the capital, Glenorchy, Clarence, Launceston, Devonport and Burnie.

Including a part of the territory natural parks and protected areas, Tasmania constitutes an important naturalistic destination, as well as a tourist one, fully falling into the category of what to see in Australia.

Australia The Ultimate Travel Guide | Best Places to Visit | Top Attractions (May 2021)

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