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Magnificent beauty, and many natural scenes of Australia even have been considered to be listed in the list of natural wonders of the world.
1. Great Barrier Reef
The world's largest coral reef, stretching over 3,000 km off the coast of Queensland, has 400 species of coral and 1,500 species of tropical fish. In addition, Great Barrier Reef is the only living organism which is visible from space.
Uluru is a sacred sandstone mountain located in the Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, with 348 meters high and a circumference of 9.4 kilometers. Additionally, Uluru acquires a reputation for the light covering it during sunrise and sunset.
3. Shark Bay
Shark Bay is considered as a World Heritage Site in the Gascoyne region of Western Australia, which is located nearly 800 kilometres north of Perth Perth. Shark Bay is famous for its wavy limestone coast, white sand dunes and cliffs stretching up to 1,500 km. In addition, the bay has plenty of shallow peninsulas and is home to 10,000 cows, dolphins, many other species, and the world's most diverse sea grass.
4. The Pinnacles
The Pinnacles is the exotic desert with thousands of limestone pillars up to a few meters above the sand in Nambung National Park, which is home to gray penguins, emu and reptiles.
5. Twelve Apostles
When walking on the most beautiful heritage road in the planet Great Ocean Road in Victoria, you will have the opportunity to admire the spectacular beauty of the Twelve Apostles - huge giant limestone pillars, up to 45 meters high in the middle of the sea.
6. MacKenzie Falls
MacKenzie Falls is the largest waterfall in the sandstone mountains Grampians National Park. MacKenzie Falls is also the paradise of the kangaroo. Around the year, the waterfall creates a magical fog rainbow under the sun.
7. Fraser Island
It is the largest sand island in the world, with 123 km long and 22 km wide. Fraser Island is located at the end of the Great Sandy Strait. Fraser Island acquires a reputation for its tropical forests, sand dunes up to 240 m, 100 lakes, and wildlife diversity system which has been recognized by UNESCO as World Heritage.
With an area of 20,000 square kilometers, including 1,700 species of plants, Kakadu attracts more than 300,000 visitors each year. In addition, Kakadu is the home of freshwater crocodiles.
9. Blue Mountains
The unique Blue Mountains is rated on the World Natural Heritage list. Coming here, from Echo Point, you will have the opportunity to discover the legend of Three Sisters rising from the sandstone plateau and a canyon.
10. Bungle Bungles
In the north-western continent of Australia, the 350-million-year-old mountain range in Purnululu National Park is a monolith of sandstone and pebble that rises to 578 meters. Tropical lakes and caves here create the most magnificent scenery in the world.
By: Ashley Brown