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4.5 based on 14 reviews
The City Circle Tram is a free and convenient way to see the sights of central Melbourne and the Docklands while experiencing a ride on one of the city's much loved heritage trams.An audio commentary provides details of city landmarks and major attractions such as the City Museum, Parliament House, Docklands, Federation Square, Melbourne Aquarium and the Princess Theatre.The City Circle Tram also links with other tram, train and bus routes around Melbourne.To catch the City Circle Tram, simply wait at any tram stop along the City Circle Tram route. These tram stops are specially marked with a City Circle sign.Trams operate in both directions every 12 minutes between 10am and 6pm from Sunday to Wednesday and between 10am and 9pm every Thursday, Friday and Saturday.City Circle Trams do not run on Christmas Day and Good Friday.
Nice that the city it's on free trams, especially in a time when people are lining up for your money - for example try parking in the city!
There are a few reasonable parking buildings that will not fleece you, then you can ride the tram around to where you wanna go for free.
Also there's the nostalgic side. These are old well restored trams, a bit rickity and noisy, not exactly my style, but I can see lots of people appreciate such things, so has to almost be a must if your coming to admire the Victorian era of the city.
5 based on 18 reviews
Secluded Beaches, quiet coves and soaring headlands predominate this harbor, which is considered one of the world's most beautiful.
Fantastic place to visit, has great harbour views, cafes, fast food, restaurants and more. Great busking from local musicians adds to the ambience. Regular ferry services to take you all over the harbour. Our hotel was within walking distance to the harbour as is many of the hotels in this area. Cruise ships frequent the international cruise terminal opposite the Opera House and by Sydney harbour bridge, great tourist destination. Recommend on your bucket list!!
5 based on 9 reviews
The park cultivates over 13,000 species of Western Australian plants and contains one of the world's largest areas of natural bush land close to a city.
What an immaculately maintained park! You are greeted by a beautiful avenue of majestic trees, a fantastic view of the Central Business District and the large stretch of water to the east and south. There are many walkways and if you stray away from the well trodden paths and go west, you can stroll in a quieter atmosphere and walk many small paths without seeing anyone. There are also quantities of birds in the park, but beware, one of the tried to steal my Sandwich as I was eating it!
The park is a credit to the city of Perth and to the civic responsibility of its citizens.
5 based on 8 reviews
The Australian War Memorial combines a shrine, a world-class museum, and an extensive archive. The Memorial's purpose is to commemorate the sacrifice of those Australians who have died in war. Its Mission is to assist Australians to remember, interpret and understand the Australian experience of war and its enduring impact on Australian society.
There is a parking lot next to the building. During weekdays you have to pay. After a security check of your bag you can enter the building. At certain moments there are guided tours. Ask at the information desk when the next one will start. The guide will show out the high lights of the museum. Afterwards you can visit the Exhibitions in detail and on your pace. Everyday at 16:55 hr there is a last post ceremony dedicated to a soldier who lost his/her life for our freedom.
5 based on 203 reviews
We, a group of four friends, completed this walk in March 2018. Having walked in a lot of scenic places, I can safely say this is right up there. This track is excellently maintained and this makes walking easier. The huts are great, again kept in excellent order by the rangers.
The scenery was stunning and world class. Cape Pillar by itself makes the walk special. The highest sea cliffs in the southern hemisphere are mind blowing.
The last day is a bit of a slog and if weary like some of the walkers. Cape Huay (while lovely) can be missed if late or feeling stuffed.
The swim at the end helps celebrate a memorable 4 days.
Would put this on your bucket list. If time permits we would certainly do it again.
5 based on 364 reviews
Home of the famous Kangaroo Dundee documentary series (BBC UK / National Geographic USA) Visit kangaroos in their natural habitat on a guided sunset tour.
What a privilege to visit The Kangaroo Sanctuary and be guided by the charismatic Chris Barnes. He is absolutely passionate about the aims of the Enterprise on the site which he leases from the airport. We saw two young orphan kangaroos which were kept in...MoreThank you so much for your lovely review of our Sanctuary, and the additional important advice for future visitors. We are so glad you enjoyed your tour. Kind Regards Tahnee & Brolga
5 based on 188 reviews
BOOKINGS ONLY - MUST HAVE BOOKING Bredl's Wild Farm is located at Bloomsbury Queensland (approximately 1 hours drive from Airli Beach or Mackay) The Bredl family invite you to their property for a unique, Australian, hand's on experience like no other! At no extra cost you will get to hold, pat and feed the animals which include a koala, baby crocs, lizards, snakes, deer, wallabies, possum, cassowaries, emu', pigs, turtles, sheep and much more. You'll be only meters away from the fully grown crocodiles while witnessing them being hand fed.
We had a great time cuddling koala bears, feeding kangaroos, cassowary birds, turtles and handling snakes lizards wambats. We watced the keepers hand feed HUGE crocodiles from the safety of a caged van but it felt like we were in there with them.
We were also impressed by the care the keepers clearly had for their animals. For example the koala ran out of its cage to be petted. All the animals were clearly well cared for.
Well worth the trip to the Wilderness to get there.
5 based on 781 reviews
About a 10-15 walk up to the location, well worth it! Just watch out for flies! Once there you really are taken aback by the sheer beauty. It feels like you're looking at a photoshopped picture! Only downside is was how busy it was but i guess that's to be expected! Would definitely recommend!
5 based on 1 reviews
We walked the 12.5km (one way)from Kingfisher Resort to here and while exhausting the sight of this lake at the end made it worthwhile.The path is well set out and easy to follow. Only walkway 2 is open at the moment. The water is very inviting and starts shallow and becomes quite deep. The sand is so soft - silica sand. It is a touch of paradise. Having a 4WD would be much better and leave more time for exploring. A must visit when on Fraser Island.
5 based on 602 reviews
We swam here every day . The water temperature was excellent and you can snorkel amongst the coral and all the fish. You can hire umbrellas, wet suits boards flippers and snorkel gear at the beach on an honour system. They also have a dispensing machine for fish food. If you don’t want to sit on the sand, there’s a wonderful grassed area with some shade only metres from the beach. A must if you are on the Island.
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