Inhabited two centuries ago by crooks, criminals and ambitious adventure seekers, the mainland is now a unique combination of contrast: magical, romantic, but also harsh virgin nature harmoniously coexists here with man-made natural and architectural ensembles. As in any country in the world, Australia has its own unique 7 wonders of the world, without seeing which, one cannot speak with pride - I was in Australia.
Is it possible to say - he was in Australia and did not see its symbols: kangaroo, koala and cockatoo? Of course not. You can see these beautiful animals and birds in various nature reserves, and, of course, in one of the most popular of them - Koala Park (Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary), located near Sydney. It contains a collection of almost all Australian animals - here you can see: wild dogs, dingoes, peacocks, cockatoos, adorable wombats and kangaroos.
Is it possible to say - he was in Australia and was not at the Opera building in Sydney? Of course not. After all, this building is in itself a symbol of modern Australia, the most replicated after the kangaroo. But the Sydney Opera is famous not only for the building itself, but also for the shows that take place there. And this is by no means only evenings of classical music and ballet, but also modern dramatic and film experiments.
Is it possible to say - he was in Australia and did not see the beach on the ocean coast of Bondi Beach (Bondi Beach)? You can, but it will be strange, since this is the most famous public Australian beach, located in the eastern part of Sydney.
Great Ocean Road - the path to the "12 Apostles". One of the world's wonders of the world created by nature: a group of eight limestone rocks, which are located off the coast of Port Campbell. The path to them lies along the Great Ocean Road in the Australian state of Victoria. These rocks are one of the most beautiful places on earth. They saw pioneers and shipwrecks, witnessed the gold rush and the establishment of the Australian state.
Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park is located in the heart of the Australian continent. Its main attraction is the world famous Uluru Monolith, also known as Ayers Rock, which constantly changes color depending on the time of day. The Uluru Monolith is located 450 kilometers southwest of the city of Alice Springs. The monolith was formed about 680 million years ago. Its height is 348 meters, length - 3.6 km, width - about 3 km, total circumference - about 9, 4 km. Uluru is considered to be the second largest rock in the world (after the Australian rock of Augustus in Western Australia).
You cannot visit Australia and see one of the most unusual man-made reserves - the William Ricketts Reserve. It is located near Melbourne, at the foot of Mount Dandenong. The sculptor William Ricketts founded it in 1943 and the reserve is famous for his works - numerous, imprinted in clay and wood by the original inhabitants of Australia: aborigines and animals.
Houses over the ocean are the most modern Australian attractions. Over the past fifteen to twenty years, Australian architects have become the trendsetters in the world of architectural fashion. Not a year goes by that another bold decision of the Australian school does not force the world architectural community to utter an exclamation of admiration with notes of envy. The greatest impression on tourists from different countries of the world is made by modern "Houses over the Ocean" of different composition and beauty.