List of 15 unique Australian travel experiences you must try once in your lifetime!
- The Flinders Wharf, Flinders Island if you are a true food devotee, then your travel likely revolves around food. Culinary- focused vacations must feature The Flinders Wharf where from November to April dine on fresh crayfish straight from the sea in one of the most remote and pristine locations. Depart from Launceston in a helicopter and enjoy scenic flight across the ocean before landing at Flinders Island’s Killiecrankie Beach. Pull a crayfish straight from the cauf and enjoy it for lunch on a deck at Flinders Wharf.
- An Airboat Safari Darwin, utterly exhilarating and the only way to truly experience the floodplain wetlands of the Mary River.
- Croc encounters Darwin, this thrill-packed experience brings face- to face encounter with the world’s most dangerous predator! But don’t panic you are in good hands with famous Matt Wright- monster crocodile wrangler who runs Explore the Wild tours.
- Uluru Sunset Camel Tour experience the ultimate outback adventure. Bond with your camel on a voyage through spectacular landscape. With stunning views of Uluru and Kata Tjuta watch the colours change as the sunsets.
- Bullo River station is 500,000 acres of privately owned countryside and is situated in the northwestern corner of the Northern Territory; Encircled by the coffee-coloured waters of the Victoria River and rugged hills inscribed with Aboriginal rock art, this vast property is not only home to around 4,000 Brahman-cross cattle, but also a stunning variety of local fauna species including wallabies, dingoes, wild buffalo, a myriad of native and migratory birds, fish and the omnipresent crocodiles. ‘It is truly a piece of paradise, a luxury lost in the outback’. Whether is on air, land or water choose a day filled with dust, sweat and the exhilaration of station life. Or spend the day exploring stunning landscapes, waterfalls; swimming in remote waterholes, barramundi fishing and discovering Aboriginal rock art and wildlife.
- Journey to the Heart, Hamilton Island. Only accessible by helicopter is an amazing attraction straight from the James Bond movie. Turquoise water, marvellous islands in the heart of the Great Barrier Reef, helicopter flight and landing on a private pontoon in the middle of the sea, where you can admire the underwater world.
- Kiteboarding on a Great Barrier Reef is an adventurous water-sport for adrenaline seekers, Haggerstone Island offers the best conditions for kiteboarding. It has many scenic and untouched locations to launch from, all close to the resort.
- Experience the Daintree with Aboriginal Kuku Yalanji guide. Local Aboriginal guides lead a tour of Kuku Yalanji country, which encompasses both traditional and modern-day legends of the land. Operator Juan Walker and his team share traditional knowledge and guide you through bush tucker: herbs, spices and seasonal fruit and show you traditional hunting techniques and medicine identification.
- 4 WD on Fraser Island it is unbelievable fun for big boys where you can speed up to 80 km/ h (50 m/h.) on a highway which is basically a massive beach. But this is not about speeding, it is about great off-road fun, Fraser Island is the biggest sand island in the world.yes
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- Fly and dine Sydney Seaplane take a scenic flight on Sydney seaplane for a picturesque view of icons such as the Sydney Opera House, Harbor Bridge, city beaches before landing in the remote exclusive waterfront restaurant.
- Hot Air Balloon, Hunter Valley, Hunter Valley balloon flights begin at sunrise and take in views of the picturesque Australia’s oldest wine region. Balloon flights last approximately one hour and are followed by a delicious gourmet breakfast and champagne celebration at the famous Peterson House winery and Restaurant.
- Bungle Bungle Helicopter Tour by Helispirit, experience breathtaking ﬂight over this amazing country, you will be taken to the varied attractions in the Kimberly: refreshing swimming holes, waterfalls, fishing locations and tropical farmland, enjoy a picnic and swim in secret springs. It’s a place where you can get away from it all and take time to appreciate the natural wonders of the Australian wilderness.
- Swim with the World’s Largest Fish, Ningaloo Whale Shark Swim. The world’s biggest fish can grow to lengths of 18 metres. Whale sharks are found in tropical and warm oceans world-wide and can live to almost 70 years. Snorkelling alongside their huge 1.5 metre-diameter mouths is a once in a lifetime experience! Ningaloo is one of the only places in the world whale sharks appear regularly in large numbers, with over 235 individuals recorded. Each year scientists photograph the whale sharks as they pass through our area and some have been identified as having visited Ningaloo for 17 years and counting.
- Cage dive with The Great White Sharks, Port Lincoln. The only place in Australia where you can cage dive with the magnificent Great White Shark. This diving operator is permitted to use natural fish berley to attract the Great White Shark. This provides you with the best possible chance of shark sightings and productive interaction close to the vessel and cage resulting in a memorable encounter and wonderful photographic opportunities.
- Helicopter tour on 12 Apostles, Great Ocean Road offers you a unique opportunity to see the famous 12 Apostles- magnificent rock stacks that rise up majestically from the Southern Ocean on Victoria’s dramatic coastline from the air with the newest fleet of luxury helicopters in Australia.
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