Dreamy Land Down Under: Magical Sites to See in Australia

Australia’s vastness hides the most magical sites and extraordinary experiences that promise you an adventure of your lifetime. While world-popular attractions—such as the iconic Sydney Opera House and Harbour Bridge—have their charms and are certainly worth a visit, the Land Down Under is far more than the known and familiar.

From authentic aboriginal cultural spots to mesmerising natural gems, Australia offers much more than meets the eye. If you are looking for otherworldly adventures in this Dreamy Land Down Under, here are magical sites to see in Australia and experiences that you should not miss.

Dreamy Land Down Under: Magical Sites to See in Australia

Magical Sites to See in Australia. Article by Marie Nieves for McCool Travel.
Magical Sites to See in Australia, Photo from PXHere.com

Also see Amazing Walking Tours in Australia

The wondrous Great Barrier Reef

As the largest coral reef in the world, this natural wonder is truly awe-inspiring. What makes it even more magical is the fact that it is the only living structure that can be seen from space. The Great Barrier Reef stretches for 1,243 miles and hides the most mesmerising marine species, 3,000 coral reefs, continental and mangrove islands, and coral cays. If you want to discover the aquatic wonders that this reef hides, grab your snorkelling equipment and dive in. As you admire thousands of species, such as clownfish, spotted eagle rays, giant potato cod, marine turtles, and others, you will feel as if you entered a whole new world.

Magical Sites to See in Australia. Article by Marie Nieves for McCool Travel.
Magical Sites to See in Australia: Great Barrier Reef. Photo from pixabay.com

Enchanting lavender fields in Tasmania

France is not the only country boasting romantic, aromatic lavender fields. In fact, Tasmanian land is embellished by magical stretches of purple and lilac shades that create a dreamy atmosphere. The best place to savour the seductive aromas of lavender is the Port Arthur Lavender Farm. A relaxed stroll through lavender fields will wipe all your worries away as you focus solely on the surreal landscape that surrounds you. To make your experience even more special, you should savour the sweet taste of lavender ice cream and get a few calming essential oils to remind you of this whimsical visit.

Magical Sites to See in Australia. Article by Marie Nieves for McCool Travel.
Magical Sites to See in Australia, Tasmania. Photo from pixabay.com

The soothing Palm Beach

Just a short ride from Sydney, you will reach beautiful Palm Beach with all its golden sands, flickering blue sea, and inspiring horizon. Featuring one of the most beautiful beaches in Sydney, this spot is perfect for spending your time soaking in the warm rays of sunlight as you listen to the soothing sound of waves. Furthermore, stunning Palm Beach holiday rentals will make your retreat even more special because you will be able to unwind on an enchanting private deck and admire the scenic landscape. Situated at the very end of a peninsula, Palm Beach is surrounded by stunningly blue waters against the mesmerising backdrop of lush greenery and golden sands.

Magical Sites to See in Australia. Article by Marie Nieves for McCool Travel.
Magical Sites to See in Australia, Tasmania. Photo from flickr.com

The surreal Blue Mountains

The very name “Blue” Mountains stems from a rather enticing phenomenon. Namely, this majestic range is surrounded by the blue haze that is a result of eucalyptus oil droplets being mixed with water vapour and dust, causing a mystical blue light. Located just outside Sydney, the Blue Mountains will inspire you with native bushland, intriguing Jenolan caves and dramatic rock formations known as the Three Sisters. And one of the most authentic ways to explore the Blue Mountains is from a thrilling fly-cruise. The panoramic view of this inspiring landscape will truly be a sight to remember.

Magical Sites to See in Australia. Article by Marie Nieves for McCool Travel.
Magical Sites to See in Australia, Wentworth Falls in Blue Mountains. Photo from pixabay.com

Also see 10 Fun Adventure Activities on the East Coast of Australia

The iconic Ayers Rock

One of Australia’s most iconic natural landmarks, Ayers Rock, also known as Uluru, is perfect for adventure seekers and nature enthusiasts. The entire area has a rich Aboriginal history and features numerous sacred sites. One of the highlights of Uluru is the enticing Mutitjulu Waterhole, which has been a water resource for the local Aboriginals for years. Here, you will also have an opportunity to visit the Uluru – Kata Tjuta Cultural Centre that will provide you with a glimpse of spiritual culture of the traditional Uluru custodians known as the Anangu people. Spending a night at Uluru will give you an opportunity to witness one of the most mesmerising sunsets and sunrises in your life. The sight of Uluru bathed in morning sunlight or surrounded by fiery colours of the setting sun will fill you with a sense of inner tranquillity.

Magical Sites to See in Australia. Article by Marie Nieves for McCool Travel.
Magical Sites to See in Australia, Uluru. Photo from pixabay.com

Australia is a dreamy land with some of the most magical sites in the world. Whether you are looking for a nature-inspired adventure or a relaxing retreat, you can find it all in the Land Down Under.


Have you visited Australia? What are your favorite sites to see in Australia?

Article by: Marie Nieves is a writer at Writer Zone and lifestyle blogger who loves unusual trips, gadgets, and creative ideas. On her travels she likes to read poetry and prose and surf the Internet. Her favourite writer is Tracy Chevalier and she always carries one of her books in her bag. She spends most of her free time at home walking her Labrador Retriever named Max. You can find Marie on Facebook or follow her on Twitter and Pinterest.

Magical Sites to See in Australia. Article by Marie Nieves for McCool Travel.
Magical Sites to See in Australia by Marie Nieves
Magical Land Down Under: Dreamy Sites to See in Australia was originally published on McCool Travel on 29 March 2018.

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