How To See Australia from All of Its Angles

A travelling trip Down Under is what a lot of people dream of doing, and actually do end up doing, year in and year out. For most, it is an appealing travelling experience because it is as far away from their home as they can possibly get. For all, it is a chance to see and experience one of the kindest, most fun-loving cultures that the world has to offer. But, no matter who travels around Australia. Whether it be travellers from the Americas, Europe, Asia or even if it is an Australian. No matter who travels Australia, they must ensure they see as much as they can. And because it is such a big country, they must be tactical in their travelling. They must try to see the country for all its beauty, from all its angles.

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If you seek to travel Australia in this fashion, then you should first give great precedent to the way in which you will be travelling. Travelling by airplane is all well and good because of the speed at which it will transport you. But it deprives you of a chance to see Australia from its closest angles. A way of travelling that does allow this, however, is travelling by boat. And there are some amazing boat cruises that are just waiting for you to hop on board! In Western Australia especially there are a host of cruises to choose from. There is the Swan River cruise, the Rottnest Island cruise, and even a Perth boat party. Depending on what it is you appreciate seeing and experiencing, there is always a way to experience it on Australia’s waters. And if you are set on flying at some point, then let it be frontier flying that you do. This is a way to explore the Australian Outback from the sky in a small plane, such as the famous Aussie Skyhawk. But be warned, it can be a very bumpy ride, so hold on tight!

But you know what the best transportation you can use in this venture is? Yourself. Yep, by taking yourself on any number of Australia’s multi-day walks you will be able to get up close and personal with great Aussie wildlife and heritage. These walks last over multiple days, but all differ in the amount of days that they take to complete as well as how difficult they are. One of the easier ones to take is the Fraser Island Great Walk, Queensland. This walk covers a distance of 84km and lasts between five and seven days, depending on how fast you wish to go. This part of Australia really is paradise to visit and is adorned with all sorts of wildlife, such as the loggerhead turtle. Just be sure to visit here during the cooler months of April to September. And be sure to make sure your boots are made for walking!

A visit to Australia is something everybody should experience at some point in their life. And when you experience it, try to make sure that you do everything in your power to be able to see it from all of its angles.


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31 thoughts on “How To See Australia from All of Its Angles

  1. Well put, Ulla. I would love to take the I-P, from Sydney to Perth, and then circumnavigate the continent, clockwise, from Perth to the Kimberley, then through NT, and zigzagging around Queensland, clear to Cape York, back down to Sydney, the Australian Alps, Victoria and Tasmania, across Adelaide and Nullarbor to Fremantle and outbound from Perth, probably to Mauritius, or some such.

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  2. Great post xx…I live in Australia and your right its so huge and towns are few and far between. We drove from Cairns across the middle up to Darwin and down the coast to Perth. I have also driven from Perth to Melbourne and then Melbourne to Brisbane.

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  3. Oz land, I love this land from Sydney and lots of trips at Circular Quay, besides blue mountains and European cities as Melbourne (Vic) or Perth besides if you’re lover nature kakadu park and Qld, nice cities as Brisbane and Gold Coast besides a treasure great coral reef …
    You can be doing a travel to mystical places as Uluru or Ayers Rock and nice island as Tasmania (Van Diemen Land)
    A thing is sure great experiences in down under

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  4. Coyote from Orion

    It’s a big c ok country because when we drink (daily) we tend to vomit a lot and we need the space because we can’t be stuffed cleaning it up. The politicians have made us do this as they say it’s worked for their families for generations. 😂

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  5. Thank you for visiting my blog, Ula. I was interested to read your post about travelling around Australia. It’s a very ambitious project, and most visitors need to decide whether they’re going to experience a few places in depth, or to fly between locations to cover the vast distances quickly. I tend to focus on places in detail on my Australian travels. We spent three weeks travelling round Tasmania in January and missed the entire West Coast, including Cradle Mountain.That was a pity, but it also gives an idea of just how much there is to see. I haven’t been to the Great Barrier Reef or Uluru. However, I’ve in in or near Sydney most of my life and Sydney Harbour is stunning. BTW simply catching the local ferries is a great way to see it too. I have loved Kangaroo Island in South Australia and Rottnest Island, which you mentioned, was fantastic.
    BTW I am a firm believer that walking is the best way to get to know a city or place.
    Best wishes,
    Rowena

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  6. My favourite way to travel here is by car. Doing a great oldfashioned roadtrip with either sleeping in the car or tent. You’re really flexible and especially in Western Australia but also in gereral it would take you ages to see everything by walking and you’d (me) probably die before you (I) reach them – everything is so bloody far away! I wished I had the time to travel around whole Australia by car, so once completely around it, but even though that did not work out I saw a lot by doing several roadtrips and by flying to some places. 😀
    See you, Saskia xxx

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