Sydney Harbour Bridge Climb
The Sydney Bridge Climb is an excellent opportunity to see Sydney Harbour and a favourite for many tourists who travel to Australia. We love it because it’s really quick and easy to get to and its relatively inexpensive. Also – the views are absolutely fantastic and it’s an awesome way to see all aspects of Sydney as well as meet new friends. We went on a Harbour Study Bridge Climb for our office staff and had a ball.
Great Barrier Reef
The Great Barrier Reef is absolutely beautiful. It’s also slowly depleting so it’s best to get in quick to see this natural masterpiece. Being so large, there are some great ways to see it. We recommend flying to Cairns and then taking one of the many tours from either Cairns or Port Douglas. You can also look at hiring a car or campervan and travelling up the coast. the snorkelling is amazing.
Ayers Rock is an Australian tourism icon and simply as Australian as it gets. It also has excellent exposure to indigenous culture, and the Journey there is amazing. Whether you fly and stay in a five star hotel, or drive a campervan and visit all the little towns along the way, it’s is simply a stunning site. We highly recommend it.
Melbourne is Australia’s second largest city and is filled with some fantastic attractions. Take a stroll along the Yarra River or check out some of the awesome eateries. You might think you are in Europe. It’s also a great place to study – two Harbour Study consultants studied in Melbourne and know all about it.
It’s rare to find a Unesco World Heritage Site just 81 km from Sydney. Here it is. The beautiful Blue Mountains is great for a day trip, weekend or a week. There are extensive walking trails for everyone and lots of great accommodation options. You will see great pictures on the internet, but they still don’t do it justice. Just the feeling and serenity of the place is simply amazing.
Daintree National Park
Daintree National park is absolutely amazing. Think Cap Tribulation, Mossman Gorge and the Coral Sea. Bushwalks are delightful with some of the trees millions of years old. You will discover the millions of plant species and other wildlife and have a magnificent experience exploring some of the largest rainforests in the World. it’s also a Wet Tropics World Heritage Area.
Fraser Island is a world heritage listed island located between Bundaberg and Brisbane. It is the largest sand island in the world, and there are beautiful rockpools, shipwrecks and amazing wildlife. You can four-wheel drive or stay in luxury accommodation. Even catch a ferry from Harvey Bay. Either you will discover that Fraser island is an adventurous playground and absolutely stunning.
The Gold Coast is all about beaches, parties and study too. Surfers Paradise is well known around the world for the beautiful beaches, nice eateries and clubs and pubs. But there is more to it. Think Tambourine Mountain, Theme Parks and awesome Boardwalks. Surfers Paradise has a growing student scene, great family locations and events and lots of accommodation options.
Adelaide is well regarded for the growing defence sector and booming student and education market. It’s also a perfect way to experience the look and feel of an Australian country town whilst still have the infrastructure of a large city. It’s the gateway to some wonderful wineries and beautiful drives. Adelaide is home to some fantastic architecture and lots of lovely things to do making it a perfect place to visit for families, tourists and students.