Australia is an incredibly spacious country. But with so much to see and do, how do you pick? Each state (and we’ll include the territories too) plays host to a handful of must-see attractions. These attractions are noteworthy for their historical, cultural or natural significance. They are:
- Western Australia
– Bibbulmun Track: a 963 kilometre walking trail from Kalamunda to Albany.
– Rottnest Island: located off the coast of Fremantle, this 11 kilometre long and 4.5 kilometre wide island is a popular tourist destination for its diving, snorkelling and beach activities. Continue reading “Australian Attractions – State by State”