Trip Imagined

Interesting things to do in Australia

If you want to plan your next trip but you cannot decide where to go, why not choose Australia? It is a great destination to visit, no matter the season and all that you need is excitement and a travel buddy.

1. Swimming with dolphins

Swimming with dolphins is an exciting experience which you need to try out at least once in your life. If you are not used to this type of activity, then there is no need for you to worry! You just need to relax and live in the moment.

2. Artificial beach? Yes, please!

If you go to Brisbane, then you have the chance to see a fake beach. The South Bank’s Streets Beach is an artificial swimming pool with sandy beaches and it looks exactly like a real beach. And the best part – the entry is free.

3. Go to outdoor cinemas

The Moonlight Cinema opened 16 years ago and since then, it has screened all sorts of movies around the country. Open-air cinemas are more interesting than indoor cinemas and also, you can easily make new friends.

4. What about scuba diving?

It is to say that the Great Barrier Reef is under threat and may disappear in the next 30 years. So if you like scuba diving, you should make the most out of it, while still being possible.

5. Visit the Simpson Desert

If you like green landscapes and desert flowers, then visit the Simpson Desert. It is one of Australia’s largest deserts, containing the longest parallel sand dunes in the world and you can only cross the desert using four-wheel drive vehicles.

6. Go to festivals

There are a lot of festivals around the world, but every single one is different in its own way. Australia has a lot of festivals, so you will surely find one that goes well with your music preferences.

7. Do you like skydiving?

If you have the guts to skydive, then go for it. You can choose jumping out of an airplane from at least 3,000 meters. But there is no need for you to worry! You will jump together with an expert, so you will be in safe hands! More importantly, you will land on the sandy Kirra beach.

8. How does a wartime bunker sound?

Located in Miles, The Brisbane Line is a wartime bunker which was created during the World War II. Nowadays, these underground bunkers are used as rooms for overnight stays. Anyway, if you are claustrophobic, there is another available option for you: the wartime train carriageways. These are above ground, so you will feel comfortable sleeping there.

9. Have a drink at Australia’s oldest pub

If you are interested in historic pubs, then the Fortune of War pub is the perfect place for you. Located in Sydney, it opened in 1828 and is Australia’s oldest pub.

Book your flight itinerary

When it comes to travelling, the best thing that you can do is book a flight itinerary, which means that you can make a reservation for a flight. This reservation will be valid for a week and in the meantime, you can apply for the visa. It is best not to buy the actual plane ticket first because there is a chance for your visa not to be approved. So if you do not want to lose a lot of money, try booking a flight itinerary first.