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10 Australian Bucket-List Tick Offs

19 August 2015

Australia is an awesome place to study and travel - there’s heaps of stuff to keep you busy and the outdoor Aussie lifestyle is the perfect excuse to embrace nature and the climate of the land down under.

So whilst you’re over here you’ll want to make the most of it - so we’ve put together 10 Aussie experiences you should tick off your list whilst studying in Australia…

 

Fraser Island

One of our favourite trips on the East Coast trail are our Fraser Island tours. Cruise along the beaches in a 4WD and camp under the stars on the beach…happy days!

 

The Whitsundays

Sail around beautiful islands, party with fellow travellers, snorkel and generally act like a pirate for a few days on Whitsundays tours- always heaps of fun!

 

Learn To Surf

Let face it you cant come to Australia and not give surfing a go! Spots like Bondi Beach, Byron Bay, Torquay and Noosa are our top picks for hitting the waves. 

 

Dive The Great Barrier Reef

One of nature's biggest and most beautiful creations! Head out on a Great Barrier Reef tour and snorkel or intro dive…or go all out and complete your full open water dive course and add

something extra to your CV.

 

Uluru / Ayers Rock

The majestic red centre is well worth a visit, sleep in the outback in a traditional swag, capture the beauty of an Uluru sunrise and sunset and soak up heaps of Aboriginal culture. See our Uluru tours and Ayers Rock tours.

 

Kakadu

Head up to the northern territory and check out the spectacular Kakadu National Park with its incredible waterfalls, croc spotting and all-round natural goodness. Check out our Kakadu tours.

 

Great Ocean Road

If you’re looking for an epic road trip to tackle then the Great Ocean Road between Melbourne and Adelaide is the perfect one to tackle. Check out the 12 Apostles, spot some wild koalas, enjoy secluded bays and road trip with some good friends! Check our Great Ocean Road tours.

 

Xmas/NYE In Sydney

If you’re spending X-mas and new year in Australia then Sydney is one of the top places to head to! Catch the world famous Sydney Harbour firework display and spend X-mas with a BBQ on Bondi Beach…perfect!

 

Shark Cage Dive

If you fancy a bit more adrenaline head to Port Lincoln in South Australia and get up close and personal with some Great White Sharks when you go cage diving! If sharks aren’t your thing then you can also snorkel with the local seal population too! Cute.

 

Western Australia

If you want to check out an alternative side of Australia or the East Coast isn’t your style than visiting the West Coast is a solid option. Snorkel the beautiful Ningaloo reef, swim with whale sharks, feed wild dolphins and even visit a pink lake…WA is full of natural goodness!