Best Honeymoon Destinations In Australia

Best Honeymoon Destinations In Australia.

Australia officially the Commonwealth of Australia, is a country comprising the mainland of the Australian continent, the island of Tasmania, and numerous smaller islands. It is the world's sixth-largest country by total area. Neighbouring countries includeIndonesia, East Timor and Papua New Guinea to the north; the Solomon Islands, Vanuatu and New Caledonia to the north-east; and New Zealand to the south-east.

Below are some of The Best Honeymoon Destinations In Australia :

Australian Fossil Mammal Sites (Riversleigh / Naracoorte) (Best Honeymoon Destinations In Australia) 

Riversleigh and Naracoorte were inscribed for their extensive fossil records, and are listed among the ten richest deposits in the world. Both are illustrative of separate, key stages in the evolution of mammals on the Australian continent. Riversleigh has provided some of the earliestmammalian records from the middle Cenozoic. The deposit at Naracoorte, Australia's largest, spans the much-more-recent Pleistocene epoch and the first migrations of humans to Australia. It contains some of the best-preserved examples of ice-age megafauna.

Australian Convict Sites (Best Honeymoon Destinations In Australia) 

There are over 3000 convict sites remaining in Australia,[11] which were established by the British Fleets in the early colonial period of Australia's history. Eleven of these sites were selected as the most outstanding examples in the country.

Bikini Atoll Nuclear Test Site (Best Honeymoon Destinations In Australia) 

A total of 67 nuclear weapons tests were conducted here by the United States between 1946 and 1958, including the detonation of the first hydrogen bomb in 1952. The tests had significant consequences on the health of the surrounding environment and its inhabitants. The fallout from the Castle Bravo explosion in 1954 led to the most significant radiological contamination in U.S. history. The site contains many visible remains of the effects of nuclear testing.

Chief Roi Mata's Domain (Best Honeymoon Destinations In Australia) 

Consists of three sites on the islands of Efate, Lelepa and Artok associated with Roy Mata, a 13th-century paramount chief whose social reforms have remained relevant to contemporary local society. It includes his residence in the abandoned settlement of Mangaas, the site of his death on Lelepa, and his burial site on the island of Artok.

East Rennell (Best Honeymoon Destinations In Australia) 

Rennell Island is the world's largest raised coral atoll. It is heavily forested and hosts high levels of endemism. The southern portion of the atoll surrounds its former lagoon, Te Nggano, which is now the largest lake in the Pacific Ocean.

Fraser Island (Best Honeymoon Destinations In Australia) 

Fraser Island is the world's largest sand island, composed of sand accumulated over approximately 750,000 years. It contains over 100 freshwater lakes, and dunes reaching up to 260 m (850 ft) above sea level. Due to naturally occurring mycorrhizal fungi present in the sand, it the only place in the world where tall rainforest grows on sand.

Gondwana Rainforests of Australia (Best Honeymoon Destinations In Australia) 

This site was inscribed for its significance for geology and conservation. It covers a large number of protected areas in what is the most extensive area of subtropical rainforest in the world. It has an extremely high conservation value, with more than 200 rare or threatened plant and animal species.

Great Barrier Reef (Best Honeymoon Destinations In Australia) 

The world's largest coral reef system, composed of over 2,900 individual reefs. It hosts an outstanding level of marine biodiversity and is considered likely to be the richest area in the world in terms of animal diversity. It is home to approximately 400 types of coral, and forms a critical habitat for many endangered species.

Greater Blue Mountains Area (Best Honeymoon Destinations In Australia) 

An area of sandstone tablelands and gorges. Covered by eucalypt forest, the area was inscribed as a representation of Australia's biodiversity, with particular regard to the diversity of eucalypt spieces. It is composed of eight protected areas providing crucial habitats for many endangered species.

Hawaiʻi Volcanoes National Park (Best Honeymoon Destinations In Australia) 

Located on Hawaiʻi Island, it is home to two of the world's most active volcanoes: Kilauea and Mauna Loa. As constant volcanic activity is easily observed, the area has provided scientific insight into the processes ofvolcanism, including the birth of the Hawaiʻian Islands.

Heard and McDonald Islands (Best Honeymoon Destinations In Australia) 

These two islands are the only two active volcanoes in the subantarctic, and were inscribed for their value to research in glaciology and geomorphic processes. Over three-quarters of Heard Island is covered by glaciers. Because of their remoteness, the ecosystem is undisturbed, with no history of significant human impact or any introduced species.

Henderson Island (Best Honeymoon Destinations In Australia) 

One of the most remote islands in the world, Henderson is home to an ecosystem undisturbed by human activity and hosting multiple endemic species. It was inscribed as a tremendous value to natural science, providing the opportunity to study the dynamics of an isolated ecosystem.

Kakadu National Park (Best Honeymoon Destinations In Australia) 

Kakadu's wetlands, covering over a third of the park, are consideredinternationally important.[23] Several archaeological sites provide evidence of the area's habitation for more than 40,000 years. The pictographs at Ubirr,Burrunggui and Nanguluwu are internationally recognised as outstanding examples of ancient rock art, dating from over 18,000 years ago.

Kuk Early Agricultural Site (Best Honeymoon Destinations In Australia) 

Archaeological surveys at Kuk Swamp have provided evidence of primitiveirrigation and cultivation systems from about 9,000 years ago, making it one of the earliest sites for the development of agriculture in the world.

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