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Having Fun in Australia: Things to Do, Places to See

Having Fun in Australia: Things to Do, Places to See

February 28, 2014 12:46 pm49 comments

The Land Down Under has a reputation for being one of the hottest and driest continents in the world. It’s not a complete desert though. In fact, Australia is also known for its beautiful beaches, large lakes and groundwater systems. The country is an excellent cross between desert sports and beach sports, and also everything in between.

Kangroo

Fun Activities in Australia

Outdoor sports are one of the main draws for tourism. As mentioned above, tourists like to go to the beaches to soak up the sun, swim, surf, and play all sorts of beach games. Terrain sports are also popular. Hiking, mountain climbing, trekking and dirt biking are just a few. Tourists should definitely try these fun outdoor activities while in the country.

Starting business would also be fun. However, you’ll need to apply for ABN Online before anything else. This is required for all businesses in Australia. The Australian Business Number is  a unique identifier issued by the ABR. Applying for an ABN number can be a tedious process if you do everything yourself but third party companies specializing in processing can definitely make things easier for you.

Beautiful Displays of Nature

Aside from the beaches, Australia is also known for its protected wildlife reserves. The world has seen plenty of footage on television showing the sanctuaries protected by the Australian Wildlife Conservancy (AWC), world heritage sites, marine protected areas and so many more. Whenever kangaroos and koalas are mentioned we think about Australia. The country has exerted effort in protecting nature and their wildlife, and it pays off because nature tours are one of the top draws for tourism.

Modern Culture

Tourists are also drawn here because of the seemingly carefree lifestyle and attitude of Aussies. They like to have fun and socialize. The nightlife in Sydney and Melbourne draws crowds of young people and adults.

The culture is also a draw. The famed Sydney Opera House and countless other museums and historical heritage sites are top destinations for tourists who want to see Australia’s cultural roots.