03 Aug Sports tourism guide in Australia
Discover the wonderful opportunities of the oceanic country
Hello, my travellers, today I want to talk to you about a very special country, a country in which sport is practically the daily bread, Australia. The largest island in the world is waiting for you to discover its most beautiful and natural places. We will review the most interesting points for a good sports trip in Australia.
The Great Walks
Hiking is one of the best ways to fully immerse yourself in the #Australia natural environment. From the wild deserts of Tasmania to the rocky landscapes of the northern territories. All this without sacrificing comfort thanks to ecological accommodations. Some camps have hot showers and gourmet meals that you can enjoy at the end of the day. So you know #travellers, put on your boots and backpack and get ready to live an #adventure in wild Australia.
Cradle Mountain Huts Walk, Tasmania
It is one of the most spectacular areas of the World Heritage of Australia and has two different routes. The first, for the most ambitious, consists of a six-day walk. The second lasts only four days. Tropical forests, ancient waterfalls, grassy plains that were covered by glaciers … These are just some of the wonders you can see in Cradle Mountain.
Great Ocean Walk, Victoria
This route runs along the Shipwreck Coast and the Great Ocean Road. The road is covered by the great native fauna: sea lions, koalas, wallabies … The complete tour lasts seven days although you can also choose the short option that only takes four days.
The exceptional waves of the Australian coast
Australia’s surfing beaches are born from the Pacific Ocean on the east coast, the Indian Ocean in the west and the Antarctic Ocean in the south. In southern Australia, you can find spectacular beaches for surfing on the Fleurieu, Yorke and Eyre peninsulas, as well as the Limestone Coast.
On the other hand, in Western Australia, you can find numerous beaches for surfing in Perth, Margaret River and Esperance. The brave Antarctic ocean that bathes Tasmania offers us the beaches of Hobart, the island of Bruny, Launceston, Devonport and Marrawah. Surely you find your perfect type of waves in the beautiful and quiet beaches of #Australia.
Australia, the dream of any diver
The Australian waters hide a real treasure of marine life with more than 4,000 species of fish and the greatest diversity of seaweed in the world. Do you dare to swim with the giant and harmless whale shark in Ningaloo Reef? Or maybe you prefer to do it with sea lions and dolphins of the Eyre peninsula?
See the Great Barrier Reef, the largest living organism in the world. Snorkel in the protected space of Clovelly, in Sydney. The warm Australian waters are waiting for you for an adventure, are you going to miss it?
So you know #Travellers, keep this guide in mind when you decide to travel to Australia.