May 30, 2013

Explore Australia in Three Days

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The territory of Australia, from the islands in the mainland across the desert areas with unique species of flora and fauna, to the coral reefs of the Great Barrier Reef is magnificent and fascinating. You can hop between the beaches of Sydney and world famous harbor or St. Kilda beach.

Apart from this, Australia is also known for its architecture of national monuments in Canberra which represent Australia’s pioneer history and aboriginal art. Explore Australia this time with the help of our ‘three great day’ itineraries.

Three Great Days in Sydney, New South Wales
Hug the harbor of Sydney on day 1 and start exploring Sydney around its harbor. Wander at the weekend markets in The Rocks, the historic precinct where Sydney began. Visit the museum of Contemporary Art on the way to the sculpted Botanic Garden. Hop on a bus to Rose Bay, where you can take a Kayak and spend afternoon paddling around the inner harbor. Complete your day in Sydney with a performance in Opera House.

Take bus to Bondi Beach, where you can swim, sign up for a surf lesson and take a view from picturesque hills. Discover the eateries and packed pubs in Glebe, Newtown or Balmian in the evening. On the third day, hire a car or join a tour of the Hunter valley, a vine-lined region just two hour’s drive north from Sydney.

Three Great Days in Melbourne, Victoria
Explore Southbank’s huge casino complex and string of riverside restaurants, bistros and bars on the first day. Tour the Melbourne Cricket Ground, the superstar of Australian cricketing ground and catch a game of cricket of AFL. Stop for live jazz or café serving late night coffee and cake in the evening.

View from Southbank

Watch the elegant crowd pass you by from a café in South Yarra’s Chapel Street on the second day. Hire a car for a road trip to Morning Peninsula, where vineyards and olive groves meet ocean views. End the day by dining out in a romantic restaurant, tour the wineries and pick your own berries on a berry farm.

Three Great Days in Hobart, Tasmania
Begin your Hobart Holiday in Salamanca Place, where the rows of Georgian sandstone warehouses have been converted into galleries, theatres, restaurants and exquisite boutiques on first day. Spend a spellbound afternoon at Bruny Island, South Arm or Kayak down the Derwent River at the twilight.

From the water, see Hobart landmarks such as the Regetta Grounds, Government house and the Royal Tasmanian Botanical garden on the second day. End your trip to Tasmania by having dinner in an elegant warehouse at night.

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