Australia is one of the world’s most remote countries but also one of the most popular destinations for backpackers and budget travellers. Discover impressive national parks, explore iconic cities, meet unique animals, and taste amazing local food - Australia has so much to offer its visitors. Amazing national parks line the country's fantastic islands and visitors to Australia can explore Tasmania's delights one minute and the cockatoo, Uluru, Kata Tjuta National Park the next. We know it can take a lifetime to get to all of Australia's amazing attractions, but we have prepared you with the ultimate bucket list of excursions to do in Australia. Spread across six states and two territories with some of the most incredible natural wonders in the world such as the Great Barrier Reef and Uluru, cosmopolitan cities, and charming cities and over five hundred national parks, these are just a thousand of the experiences Australia has to offer and tourist attractions that will make your visit unforgettable. Along the coast, explore vibrant multicultural cities, vast sand islands, ancient rainforests and one of the planet's most impressive natural wonders, the Great Barrier Reef. The Great Ocean Road is one of the most popular day trips from Melbourne. The Great Barrier Reef, one of the world's most famous reef systems, is known worldwide for its abundant marine life and world-class diving. It is one of Australia's top attractions and one of the country's top attractions and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Along with the beautiful beaches and turquoise waters that line its shores, the reef is one of nature's wonders and one of Australia's most popular tourist destinations. Snorkelling and scuba diving in the Great Barrier Reef is one of the most amazing natural wonders in the world and makes scuba diving a must if you are in Australia. You can spend a lifetime exploring all of Australia's beautiful parks, but if they are all in a national park, a day trip will not affect them. Canyon Journey brings you an unparalleled experience of Blue Mountains National Park, one of the one hundred best national parks in the world. The Three Sisters of the Blue Mountains, iconic Australian tourism attractions and world heritage national parks, are located west of Sydney in New South Wales. Daintree National Park is located on the north-eastern coast of Australia and is one of the oldest and most diverse tropical rainforests in the world. Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary, located twelve kilometres south of Brisbane, has been named the world's most important koala sanctuary by the Guinness Book of World Records. The world's largest national park, the Kakadu National Park, is a World Heritage Site, one of its largest wilderness experiences, and one of Australia's most visited tourism destinations. Northwestern Sydney, include picnics in Robertson Park, breath-taking views from the Rock Lookout and the Avisford Nature Reserve, making it one of Australia's most popular tourist attractions. Rottnest Island near Perth is one of the best places in Australia due to its natural beauty. Cleland is one of the best places in the country and has a rich natural and cultural beauty. This strip of Australian coastline is one of Australia's best places to see koalas in the wild, many of which inhabit the eucalyptus trees. The Barrier Reef on Australia's east coast, 2300 kilometres off the coast, is the largest reef on earth. The tribulation at the Cape is one of the most beautiful places to look out for when visiting Australia. It is also one of the best locations in Australia to spy on the endangered yellow-footed wallaby. Located in South Australia near Adelaide, this is a true paradise and one of the best places in the country to discover some of its unique wildlife. You must visit Sydney to see it and enjoy the views along the waterfront will remind you why it is one of the world's most iconic landmarks. Sydney Harbour is home to some of the world's most famous buildings including Sydney Opera House and Sydney Harbour Bridge. The Opera House is the first thing that comes to mind when you think of Sydney and Australia. The city also boasts incredible bridges, great parks, delicious food, lots of free things and fantastic surfing. The Opera House and Sydney Harbour Bridge are one of Australia's most famous tourist attractions. The garden, within walking distance of Sydney's CBD and Opera House, is one of Sydney's most visited attractions with over five million visitors a year. Perth, the capital of Western Australia, is more isolated from the rest of the country, but is one of the most liveable cities in the world thanks to its relaxed atmosphere, fantastic cultural sites, and a wide variety of activities