Holidays are around the corner! Why not take a break from the equatorial climate of Tanzania, and take a trip down the southern hemisphere to enjoy winters in Australia?
Here are our top 5 reasons why we would rather soak up the goodness of Australian winters during the holidays, than be anywhere else in the world.
Crocodile cruise in Adelaide
The Adelaide river boosts a population of over eighty thousand saltwater crocodiles, making Crocodile Cruise a popular activity amongst tourists. If you wish to go on an adventure while in Australia, Crocodile Cruise is for you!
Activities at the Crocodile Cruise include:
– Feeding the reptiles
– Observing them in their natural habitats
– Boat ride
Dark Mofo Fest in Tasmania
Looking to be a part of something exciting, that makes you think and feeds your intellect as well? Then there should be no excuses to missing out the Dark Mofo Fest in Hobart, Tasmania.
A 10-day long festival held by the Museum of Old and New Art, Dark Mofo brings together almost half of the population of Tasmania on yearly basis. The festival is a celebration of the roots of nature, religion, light, darkness, cultures, and human existence. While at the festival expect lots of networking, getting to know various cultures and traditions, while enjoying delicious food, music and art.
Greet Penguins in Philip Island
Cute and cuddly, who doesn’t love penguins? Why not spend the summer holiday greeting these adorable creatures at the Summerland Beach in Philip Island, Victoria?
Experience the magic of watching these little birds return ashore and waddle across the beach after a day of fishing. The activity also includes educational, and interactive sessions at the visitor center.
The island is located just a 90-minute drive from Melbourne, making it an easily accessible location for tourists and locals alike.
Go skiing in New South Wales
Up for some skiing adventure? Head to the Snowy Mountains in New South Wales and get ready to slide down the magical mountains in freezing climate.
Snowy Mountains makes the highest mountain range in Australia, and homes the tallest Australian mountain; Mount Kosciuszko. The mountain range accounts to the most consistent snowfall around the year, thus making one of the favourite destinations for visitors and adventure seekers whilst looking for a skiing adventure.
Enjoy city life in Sydney
Ranked number 10th on Mercer’s Quality of Living survey, the city of Sydney continues to gain immense popularity as not just a tourist destination but also as one of the best locations to live around the world. The city hosts over 10 million visitors on yearly basis as they come to explore the coastal city, and enjoy the various entertainment options it has to provide.
The picturesque beaches, the thriving city life, to the ancient architecture preserved in the central areas of the city, and the variety of food and dining options makes Sydney one of its kind destinations for visitors.