Australia’s 500+ National Park’s comprise 4% of the country. Park’s protect delicate eco-system of alpine regions, lush green forests, red sandy deserts, purest of white sand beaches. Offer adventurous pursuits. A chance to meet with local Aboriginal elders at Uluru, snorkel at Great Barrier Reef, hike through wilderness in Tasmania.
Located in Tasmania, Freycinet National Park is set amongst pink granite mountains, pure white beaches, turquoise sea. Wineglass Bay, top 10 beaches in the world. Great for surfing, sea kayaking, rock climbing, bushwalking, swim with dolphins, fresh oysters at Great Oyster Bay.
Located in Victoria, Great Otway National Park is a beautiful stop along Great Ocean Road. Stunning sandy beaches, lush green hinterland, pristine rivers, rugged coastline with spectacular ocean views. Hiking, mountain biking trails in rainforest – tall trees, fern gullies, tranquil lakes. Hopetoun Falls, Triplet Falls, Beauchamp Falls. Kennet River for wild Koalas in eucalyptus forest, glow worms.
Great Ocean Road’s spectacular Port Campbell National Park. 2 of Australia’s iconic natural landmarks – 12 Apostles (collection of limestone stacks) and London Arch. Cliff’s of Gibson Steps, sinkhole called Grotto, stunning beach of Loch Ard Gorge.
Whitsunday Islands National Park, Great Barrier Reef offers incredible natural landscapes of islands dotted with secluded beaches. Enjoy clear skies, crystal waters.
110 million years old, Daintree’s forest pre-dates Amazon Rainforest, dinosaurs! Unique wildlife – 430 species of birds, 23 species of reptiles, 13 species of amphibians, weird animals like Bennett’s Tree Kangaroo, Brown Bandicoot, Daintree River Ringtail Possum, Platypus, Short-beaked Echidna, Swamp Wallaby.
Blue haze emitted by eucalyptus forests of Blue Mountain National Park. True nature-lover’s paradise, plateau of wilderness dissected by scenic rivers – Wollangambe River, Grose River, Coxs River, Wollondilly River. Waterfalls, rainforests, huge range of bush-walking trails.
Most iconic natural beauty – Uluru (Ayers Rock), a symbol of Australian outback is located in Uluru Kata-Tjuta National Park. A great wonder of nature, stimulates sense of discovery.