Guest Post | Exciting Vacations in Australia: Visiting Iconic Landmarks and Fun-filled Casinos

Australia is one of the best places to visit in the world, offering lots of exciting landmarks and scenic spots for travelers to enjoy throughout their vacation. You could spend months in the country yet never run out of exciting things to enjoy, thanks to the plethora of natural wonders and wide open spaces to explore. Don’t worry – even with its Great Outback, bush lands, deserts, beaches, and outdoor destinations, the country is also highly urbanized to suit the needs of all travelers, backpackers or posh travelers alike.

It would be virtually impossible to explore all of Australia in a matter of days or a couple of weeks but you can easily enjoy the top attractions and iconic landmarks across the country, many of which are located in Sydney and nearby towns.

High rollers will also love Australia, with its many fun-filled casinos offering a wide range of games and slots. One of the most popular resorts in the country, Lasseters Hotel and Casino features a wide range of card games, slot machines, and electronic horse racing bet games. Boasting of 350 tables and 2,500 slot machines, Crown Casino is certainly among the top choices in the country. Other exciting casinos include Star City Hotel and Casino, Conrad Jupiters Casino, Casino Canberra, Wrest Point Hotel Casino, SKYCITY Darwin, SKYCITY Adelaide, and Burswood Entertainment Complex.

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Sydney is the country’s largest and oldest city, often mistaken by tourists as the capital. It is home to several museums, zoos, and stunning landmarks such as the iconic Syndey Opera House and the Sydney Harbour Bridge. A visit to the country is never complete without stopping by to see these two landmarks. Other attractions in the area include the Royal Botanic Gardens, Sydney Olympic Park, Darling Harbour, and The Rocks.

Canberra is the country’s purpose built capital city and is home to lots of great landmarks, including the National Museum of Australia and the Parliament House. Several museums, historic spots, shopping centers, and parks are scattered across the city. Must-visit attractions include the National Zoo and Aquarium, Black Mountain Tower for 360-degree panoramic views of the city, and the Australian National Botanic Gardens.

Other famous landmarks in Australia include Shark Bay in the town of Denham for exciting water activities such as boat cruises and diving, Bondi Beach near Sydney for coastal walks and surfing, Kangaroo Island for its National Park, UNESCO World Heritage Site Kakadu National Park, the Great Barrier Reef, and another World Heritage Site, Ayers Rock or Uluru.

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  2. Thanks for this interesting sharing, I love it very much. Well Australia is my most favorite country to enjoy the vacations. The Blue Mountains National Park is one of the most famous parks in Australia I guess just before my niagara falls trip. This huge park boasts more than 140km of trails and walking tracks. There are great places to go camping, including Eureka or Blue Gum Forest where we can pitch our tent under the shade of grand trees.

  3. The weather is the opposite of the US. Summer time here is winter there and i really like this article because many interesting things discuss here Sydney is my favorite place in Australia after that i came to the tour of charleston to new york bus i will make plan for the Australia...


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