Australia

Next stop on the travel tour, Australia! This country just looks like paradise! Cities from Melbourne to Sydney each look like they have class. Whenever I look at the cities in Australia, to me those cities have their own identities. I’ll explain them very shortly. Overall Australia looks like a fun country to visit and I would love to check out all of the things that makes this country great.

First stop, Melbourne! This city has the identity of a city life. I mean just look at this place and tell me you don’t get the city life vibe off of it! This town just looks astonishing. Melbourne features a venue known as the Federation Square where arts and cultures are displayed and public events are held. I can imagine many people being there for a big event and having the time of their lives. If you’re a fan of fantastic views, then you should check out the Eureka Tower! This tower a 297.3 meter skyscraper. You could literally see the whole town in this place and the place from the inside looks great. Lastly, this peaks the city life of Melbourne, I would love to go to Crown Melbourne. Crown Melbourne is a hotel, entertainment, and casino complex. If you’re someone who likes to gamble or just like to drink with friends and have fun, Crown Melbourne is the place to check out. You’ll definitely live the city life there!

Gold Coast is a city in Australia that is also a metropolitan region south of Brisbane on Australia’s east coast. This city has the identity of a magical land. What I mean by that is the amount of theme parks this city has will make you feel like you’re in some paradise island. Dreamworld is Australia’s largest theme park with over 40 rides and attractions, even includes 5 roller coasters! This place alone will make you feel like you’re in paradise. If you love water parks, then you’ll love WhiteWater World. This place looks like a water park kingdom and I can imagine tons of kids having a great time there. Last but not least, Sea World! I actually love being at places like this because you get to see some good variety of sea creatures. You also get more invested in learning about whales and dealing with sick whales, pretty much at every other Sea World, but it’s always a pleasure in learning about them.

Finally, Australia’s largest city Sydney! This city is the capital of New South Wales and has a larger than life identity. This town has it all: a nice beach, a huge bridge with a great view of the river, an iconic performing arts venue, etc. The Bondi Beach looks amazing and is one of Australia’s most iconic beaches. If you’re a surfer, you’ll love the waves for sure. It’s also a nice place to go on long walks if you love the peacefulness. Now if you love bridges, the Sydney Harbour Bridge will be breath taking for you! This bridge is very long, but walking across it would be very cool. The only take away I will say is that it apparently costs about $200 to walk on the bridge? I don’t see why anyone would have to pay to walk on this bridge but it does look like it’s worth it. Lastly, the iconic Sydney Opera House. This place is a multi-venue performing arts center that holds plenty of big events. I would love to step foot in that building one day, even if its to see a random show. The fact that this place could host any show of its kind is very cool and I recommend anybody to attend this place if they ever decide to go to Australia.

Australia looks like a fantastic place to visit and I can’t wait to go there one day. I pretty much say that every time I post a travel blog, but each time I say it, I mean it. Australia is no exception. Can’t wait to visit there in the future!

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