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World Heritage Sites

 

Shark Bay- W.A

Shark Bay- W.A
The Shark Bay World Heritage Region of Western Australia’s mid north is a Mecca for visitors to the North of the state. Added to the World Heritage list in 1991 Shark Bay is one of a handful of Heritage sites that meets all criteria required for entry onto this prestigious list without the need for compromise. .. More Info More info on Shark Bay- W.A

Purnululu National Park/ Bungle Bungles - W.A

Purnululu National Park/ Bungle Bungles - W.A
Without doubt the most identifiable image of Western Australia’s Kimberley region is the strange shapes of the Bungle Bungles. Situated in the Purnululu National Park the “Bungles” as they are known locally are one of the world’s most unusual geological formations. .. More Info More info on Purnululu National Park/ Bungle Bungles - W.A

Ningaloo Reef and Cape Range Peninsula - W.A

Ningaloo Reef and Cape Range Peninsula - W.A
Where the ‘Outback Meets The Sea’ – the Ningaloo ‘point of land’ reef is more accessible than the Great Barrier Reef – although a fraction of the size. A swim with the Whale Shark is a magical experience. From Mid March through Mid to late July- spend an incredible day snorkelling with the largest fish in the ocean, the mighty Whale Shark. .. More Info More info on Ningaloo Reef and Cape Range Peninsula - W.A

Kakadu National Park - N.T

Kakadu National Park - N.T
Kakadu National Park is located within the Alligator region of the Northern Territory in Ausralia’s north. It is a timeless place – a landscape of exceptional beauty and great diversity. It is a timeless place – a landscape of exceptional beauty and great diversity... More Info More info on Kakadu National Park - N.T

Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park - N.T

Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park - N.T
World Heritage listed, the national park includes two of the worlds great natural wonders: Uluru (Ayers Rock) and the domes of Kata Tjuta (Olgas). Take a guided based walk viewing Aboriginal rock art and sacred sites; walk into Walpa (Olga) Gorge; learn of the traditions of the Anangu people; view Uluru at sunrise and sunset. .. More Info More info on Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park - N.T

Great Barrier Reef - QLD

Great Barrier Reef - QLD
On Austalia’s north east coast lies The Great Barrier Reef. It is a site of remarkable variety and beauty. This is the world’s largest collection of coral reefs, with 400 types of coral, 1,500 species of fish and 4,000 types of mollusc. It also holds great scientific interest as the habitat of species such as the dugong (‘sea cow’) and the large green turtle. .. More Info More info on Great Barrier Reef - QLD

Fraser Island - QLD

Fraser Island - QLD
Fraser Island lies just off the east coast of Australia. Being over 123 km long, it is the largest sand island in the world. Fraser island is well known to Australian locals as a place of exceptional beauty. The island offers ancient rainforests which majestically grow in the strikingly white sand, over 100 freshwater lakes and stunning white sandy beaches. .. More Info More info on Fraser Island - QLD

Sydney Opera House - N.S.W

Sydney Opera House - N.S.W
One of the few Cultural World Heritage Sites in Australia, the Sydney Opera House has been an Australian Icon since it was inaugurated in 1973. The Opera house is admired by many for its architectural form and structural design. .. More Info More info on Sydney Opera House - N.S.W

Greater Blue Mountain Area - N.S.W

Greater Blue Mountain Area - N.S.W
The Greater Blue Mountains Area consists of 1.03 million hectares of sandstone plateaux, escarpments and gorges. The site is comprised of eight protected areas, and its flora and fauna represent the story of the evolution of Australia’s eucalypt vegetation. .. More Info More info on Greater Blue Mountain Area - N.S.W