Thursday, October 17, 2019

Coming to Australia, immersed in the scenery of 7 tourist cities

Vibrant Sydney, ancient Melbourne, Brisbane or Gold Coast are paradises for those who love the sea and islands.

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Australia has a large area, diverse natural landscapes including deserts, sea, snowy mountains, islands... Each city in Australia also brings a unique beauty, both modern and liberal.


Coming to Australia, immersed in the scenery of 7 tourist cities
Sydney is the capital of New South Wales and one of Australia's largest cities. The spillover of the image of Sydney also makes many people think this is the capital, but in fact, it is only the best known city in the tourist destinations in this country only. The most outstanding work here is the Sydney Opera House with the shape simulating white sails or oysters, which not only bears the mark of the city but also represents the image of the country of kangaroos.

Victoria Harbor 2.4 km long, with a unique design, monumental, magnificent steel dome surface. Darling Harbor is located in the heart of Sydney with many entertainment spots, cinemas, restaurants, nightclubs, casino ... Nature lovers can go to Bondi beach near the city center or Taronga Zoo - home to wildlife such as koalas, kangaroos, sharks and snakes.


Coming to Australia, immersed in the scenery of 7 tourist cities
If Sydney is vibrant and modern, Melbourne is ancient, peaceful and full of art. The capital of Victoria, southeastern Australia. This city is second only to Sydney in terms of popularity. Visitors to Melbourne can take a free city tour bus, passing through places such as Melbourne Museum, Queen Victoria Market, Melbourne Ocean Center, National Botanic Garden, Chinese Street ...

In addition, the city also has the city circle tram with 2 red and yellow colors, bearing the 19th century image. The vibrant Yarra River, brimming with restaurants, bars and Victorian-style market - the Queen Victoria Market with its alleys, cafes, galleries and boutique shops which are all popular attractions.


Coming to Australia, immersed in the scenery of 7 tourist cities
This is the capital of Australia, and the largest city in the country and the 8th largest in the world. Canberra is 280 km southwest of Sydney and 660 km northeast of Melbourne. It owns many interesting works, interesting destinations such as the National Library, National Assembly Building, Parliament House ... Especially, do not forget to drop by the National Carillon bell tower with 55 bells in harmony with humming.


Coming to Australia, immersed in the scenery of 7 tourist cities
900 km north of Sydney, Brisbane is the capital of Queensland, located on the Brisbane River. It is also one of the most popular tourist cities in the country. Head to Moreton Bay, where the vast Great Barrier Reef is visible from outer space. Some activities that tourists are always excited to do are take a cruise to visit the bay, dive to see the coral or to North Stradbroke Island where there is an aboriginal tribe, an old prison and shipwrecks. In the city, you can take a ferry floating on the Brisbane River, visit the subtropical garden of Roma Street Parkland, home to indigenous and endangered plants. Chinatown in Brisbane is also very active with many restaurants and bars on the weekends.

Gold Coast

 Coming to Australia, immersed in the scenery of 7 tourist cities
Gold Coast is a municipality south of Brisbane, for those who love water sports like swimming, scuba diving, especially surfing with two famous centers, Snapper Rocks and Burleigh Heads. Gold Coast is equally bustling in amusement parks such as Dreamworld, Sea World, Surfers Paradise, Main Beach. Don't forget to immerse yourself in the bustling life of the beachfront markets, restaurants, bars and casinos. The city is brimming with close-to-nature experiences, for passionate adventurers like hiking through the ridges and valleys of Lamington National Park, Tamborine National Park, or to see ostriches, Kangaroo, Koala in the David Fleay Wildlife Park.


Coming to Australia, immersed in the scenery of 7 tourist cities
Perth is located on the banks of the Swan River, where there is fresh air for visitors to participate in many outdoor activities such as cycling by the beach, taking a yacht along the river, watching the sunset on Cottesloe beach, visiting through 400 hectares of Kings Park. You can also go to Rottnest Island just 19 km from the city center. Here, you can rent bicycles to go around the island, swim, dive, fish, relax by the clear blue sea. Northbridge is just a five-minute walk from the central district of Perth with countless bars and clubs where you can immerse yourself in the arts, culture and nightlife.


Coming to Australia, immersed in the scenery of 7 tourist cities
Adelaide is a small city by the sea, with many churches, stone structures and a series of romantic parks. When it comes to traveling to Adelaide, one doesn't forget Victoria Square, which is located in the heart of the city, home to many of the state's most important buildings such as the South Australian Supreme Court, or historic buildings like the La Catholic Church. Himeji Garden is a Japanese land in the middle of Australia, filled with purple phoenix trees, artificial lakes adorned with beautiful water lilies. The Adelaide Botanic Garden, established in 1857 in North Terrace, owns 5,000 roses and is also a destination for nature lovers.

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