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What to do in Australia

This is a list of all the places and sights I visited, as well as the things I did Down Under. Of course I would love to see & do more in the future.

Updated July 30, 2012
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  1. Expensive "Sights & Attractions" in Fraser Island, Australia
    During the tour of Fraser Island, we were driving on the beach, when a plane landed further away, The bus driver then stopped and let the pilot get on the bus. The pilot, member of Air Fraser Island, offered us a 10 minute flight over Fraser Islan…
  2. Average priced "Sights & Attractions" in Beerwah, Australia
    Australia Zoo was part of our east coast tour and we made a stop there for about 3 hours. It's not nearly enough time to have a good look around the place and take the time to see all the animals. The animals we did see where of course the kangaro…
  3. Cheap "Sights & Attractions" in Adelaide, Australia
    If there is one sport that's typical australian, it's aussie rules football, but officially known as Australian Football. It's mixture of soccer and rugby, played between 2 teams of 18 players each. In 4 quarters of 20 minute each (additional inju…
  4. Average priced "Sights & Attractions" in Blue Mountains, Australia
    One of the places that we wanted to visit while planning to go to Australia, were the Blue Mountains. So we booked a day tour when we were in Sydney. This tour included a visit to Leura (see other review), the Blue Mountains, Scenic World (see oth…
  5. Average priced "Sights & Attractions" in Blue Mountains, Australia
    This was part of our Blue Mountains tour, but Martin and I really enjoyed the park. The price for a single adult ticket was 23 australian dollars (around 16 euros or 20 us dollars). The park is like a giant petting zoo, with some animals roami…
  6. Average priced "Sights & Attractions" in Fraser Island, Australia
    This 4WD tour of Fraser Island was included in the East Coast tour package Martin & I had booked back in Holland. I don't know how much it costed for us, but for 165 AUS dollars (around 120 euros or 165 US dollars) you can book this tour. People w…
  7. Average priced "Sights & Attractions" in Kangaroo Island, Australia
    Kangaroo Island was on Martin and mine's list to do in Australia, as we had heard it's a very beautiful island. And those who said that to us, we're not mistaking. It is a beautiful island. Diverse in nature, almost idyllic to live on. We start…
    This review was featured on Monday December 6th, 2010
  8. Free! "Sights & Attractions" in Leura, Australia
    Martin and I visited this place as part of our day tour to the Blue Mountains. We stopped at Leura because of the driver needing a mandatory rest and also for a coffee break. Leura is a small and pretty town to visit, with rows of little shops and…
  9. Average priced "Sights & Attractions" in Blue Mountains, Australia
    Scenic World is only a short drive away from Echo Point and allows you to see the Blue Mountains from the top as well, but also have a walk through part of the rainforest. When we arrived there, we had several options to take. We could take Skyway…
  10. Free! "Sights & Attractions" in Uluru - Kata Tjuta, Australia
    Sunrise watching at Uluru meant a very early rise in the morning, at 5:00am. At 6:00am we were ready to get on board the bus. Since we would be having another tour after watching the sun rise, we were adviced to bring breakfast and drinks with us. …
  11. Expensive "Sights & Attractions" in Darling Harbour, Australia
    Martin and I wanted to see the aquarium as we checked on things to do in Sydney, months before we were in Sydney. The price for a single adult ticket is quite expensive, costing 35 australian dollars (around 25 euros or 30 us dollars). But since w…
    This review was featured on Thursday July 1st, 2010
  12. Average priced "Sights & Attractions" in Sydney, Australia
    I enjoy going up towers for a view of a city. That way you can see great views and how big a city really is. So Sydney Tower was on the list of what Martin and I wanted to do in Sydney. We bought a Discovery Pass, meaning I could visit the tower, …
  13. Expensive "Sights & Attractions" in Great Ocean Road, Australia
    This was a tour both Martin and I wanted to do. I had seen it on the tv and heard from other people how beautiful it was. The day started sunny, but windy. So we packed an extra jacket and sweater with us, in case it would be too cold along the wa…
  14. Cheap "Sights & Attractions" in Uluru - Kata Tjuta, Australia
    A visit to Uluru (aka Ayers Rock), in my mind Australia‚Äôs most famous icon, was part of our tour of the Outback in Australia. We had a pass that gave us access to the National Park, in which Uluru is laying. The price of the pass was 25 AUS dollars…
  15. Expensive "Sights & Attractions" in Tangalooma, Australia
    The price was high, but both Martin and I did saw several humpback whales. And I told myself: where else would I see these creatures from up close? Sure, there are other places, but would it be cheaper? Anyhow, it was quite a story how we manag…
  16. Expensive "Sights & Attractions" in Darling Harbour, Australia
    Martin and I had also marked this place as something we wanted to see, so after lunch, we got inside Wildlife World. The price for a single adult ticket is quite expensive, costing 35 australian dollars (around 25 euros or 30 us dollars). But sinc…
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