Best Honeymoon Destinations In Australia 3

Best Honeymoon Destinations In Australia 3.

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 :

Rock Islands Southern Lagoon (Best Honeymoon Destinations In Australia) 

Rock Islands Southern Lagoon covers 100,200-hectare and numbers 445 uninhabited limestone islands of volcanic origin. Many of them display unique mushroom-like shapes in turquoise lagoons surrounded by coral reefs. The site features over 385 coral species and different types of habitat. The site harbours the highest concentration of marine lakes anywhere, isolated bodies of seawater separated from the ocean by land barriers.

Royal Exhibition Buildingand Carlton Gardens (Best Honeymoon Destinations In Australia) 

Made to host the world's fair in 1880, this is one of the world's last exhibition buildings from the 19th century, and combines several architectural styles. The adjacent gardens are an outstanding example of Victorian era landscape design.

Shark Bay (Best Honeymoon Destinations In Australia) 

With the largest and richest area of seagrass meadows in the world, this site is a critical habitat for endangered dugongs, hosting about 12% of the world's population. Hamelin Pool contains the world's most diverse and abundant colony of living stromatolites, providing some of the earliest records of life on earth.

Sydney Opera House (Best Honeymoon Destinations In Australia) 

Opened in 1973, this performing arts complex is an iconic landmark ofSydney Harbour renowned for its innovative architecture. The design is an example of the expressionist style and has had a lasting influence on architecture.

Tasmanian Wilderness (Best Honeymoon Destinations In Australia) 

Covering almost 20% of Tasmania, this area constitutes one of the world's last stretches of temperate wilderness. It is dominated by the remote and inaccessible South West Wilderness area. Excavations in the area have uncovered evidence of aboriginal presence dating from at least 20,000 years ago.

Te Wahipounamu (Best Honeymoon Destinations In Australia) 

A mountainous landscape of ridges and fjords shaped by thousands of years of glacial excavation. The area incorporates several national parks and is the most pristine wilderness in New Zealand. It hosts the best surviving illustration of ancient Gondwanan wildlife, much of which is rare and unique to the area.

Tongariro National Park (Best Honeymoon Destinations In Australia) 

Inscribed for its outstanding geological and cultural significance. It contains a diverse range of volcanic features. Many of its summits are sacred to Māori, as their traditional belief system associates the mountains with their ancient ancestors.

Uluṟu-Kata Tjuṯa National Park (Best Honeymoon Destinations In Australia) 

Inscribed for its archaeological and cultural significance, being representative of Aboriginal spiritual connection to the land. The park's two massivesandstone formations, Uluṟu and Kata Tjuṯa, are spiritually significant to theAnangu people, and form part of the tjukurpa belief system. Cave paintingsfound at Uluru date back tens of thousands of years.

Wet Tropics of Queensland (Best Honeymoon Destinations In Australia) 

An area of tropical rainforest spread along the Great Dividing Range. The area hosts an exceptional level of biodiversity, with at least 85 endemic species and the highest concentration of primitive taxa in the world.[47] It is also an important area for unique and endangered marsupials.

Willandra Lakes Region (Best Honeymoon Destinations In Australia) 

A geological site containing fossilised remains of sand formations. It includes exceptional archaeological evidence of past human habitation from 45–60,000 years ago, including the world's oldest cremation site, the Lake Mungo remains.

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