Where’s Wallis? Top 10 Australian Experiences

I’m now 2 years into my Australian adventures, far longer than I planned to stay, and there are still so many place to explore.

Green = visited, Red = to see:

Many people’s perception is that Australia is filled with deadly animals and is “only beaches”. Whilst the dangerous beasts are out there, I haven’t encountered any, and yes the beaches are amazing, but there’s so much more than that!

Here is a rundown, in no particular order, of my “Top 10” Aussie experiences:

1) Fraser Island Tour

Lake McKenzie

Lake McKenzie

2) Whitsundays Sailing

Whitehaven Beach

Whitehaven Beach

3) Ayers Rock – Sunrise Camel Trek

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4) Alice Springs – Sunrise Hot Air Balloon

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5) The Grampians

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6) Green Island

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7) Bruny Island

8) Noosa

9) Hyams Beach/Jervis Bay/Paper Bark Camp

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10) SYDNEY and the Royal National Park

Bondi Icebergs

Bondi Icebergs

Blue Mountains

Blue Mountains

Arriving in Sydney

Arriving in Sydney

Royal National Park

Royal National Park

Bondi to Coogee Walk

Bondi to Coogee Walk

Wedding Cake Rock, RNP

Wedding Cake Rock, RNP

Opera House

Opera House

Palm Beach

Palm Beach

As I say, there are so many places I still want to visit, to name a few:

–          Kangaroo Island

–          Lake Eyre

–          Simpson Desert

–          Gant Railway

–          Heron Island

–          Bungle Bungles (Purnululu NP)

–          Swimming with Whale Sharks in Exmouth

–          Jamala Wildlife Lodge, Canberra

The list goes on….

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