Land Down Under
Australia – A travellers heaven to Luxury travel – Vast & varied landscapes, unique wildlife, white-sand beaches, Wine, Great food, amazing heritage – Do all that you dreamt of in one holiday!
Australia has over 500 national parks, an enviable coastline with some of the trendiest beaches, multi-cultural gourmet cuisine, adrenaline–pumping adventure escapades, and breathtaking, scenic landscapes
Say Hello! to the morning sun while you watch the dark silhouettes of the mountains turn golden and the lush vineyards below goad you to stay afloat a while longer. Yarra Valley is Victoria’s premier wine destination. The gourmet restaurants and the scent of the sparkling wine, Pinot noir, beckon every food lover to this idyllic valley.
-Shrine of Remembrance: built as a memorial to the men and women of Victoria who served in World War I and is now a memorial to all Australians who have served in war.
-Royal Exhibition Building: The first building in Australia to be awarded UNESCO World Heritage status was completed in 1880. It is
the world’s most complete surviving site from the International Exhibition movement 1851–1914.
-Named as the City of Literature by UNESCO, Victoria, a stone’s throw away from Melbourne, offers a soulful history of Australia. After the city received its accreditation, Victoria’s iconic State Library, built in 1854 has become the epicentre of the city. The literature capital of Australia is what every city-bred soul needs – a slice of history and a glimpse of scenic landscapes await here.
And many more…..
Australia treats visitors and locals to a unique “laneway” bar culture – where bars and pubs are quietly tucked away into re-vamped traffic-free lanes that wind their way throughout the city. It boasts a good mix of multi cultural cuisine as well. SO you never feel out of place.
Enjoy the famous Meat Pies and Traditional Lamington which is often referred to as the “National Cake of Australia.”
Enjoy an Australian barbie(i.e slang for barbecue) in the outback with a glass of wine from the vineyards.
And many more mouth watering delights….
Go from fine dining to mouth-watering street food,Australia’s food seldom disappoints. The sublime seafood, the crisp sparkling wines and the quintessentially Australian Lamington, all promise to tantalize your taste buds.
Forget Italian, French or Indian, Modern Australian cooking offers more to a culinary experience than any other famed counterparts. Famously called as the Mod Oz, this modern concept draws inspiration from the vivid culinary methods of Japan, Thailand, Vietnam, Philippines, Italian and Greece.
– Aboriginal painting are known as Dot painting consisting of various paint colours sun), soil, desert sand and the clouds and sky also known as the traditional Aboriginal colours. In aboriginal times they were painted on rocks, in caves, etc .Stories and legends were depicted on caves and rocks to represent the artists’ religion.
And the list is never ending, one can tick mark on all the items of their Bucket list here..
Great White Shark Cage Diving
If you are obsessed with spine- tingling adventures then white shark diving should make it on your bucket list. The cage of course makes the experience a whole lot safer while you exchange pleasantries with fierce ocean predators. Head to Port Lincoln in South Australia to enjoy this exhilarating expedition.
Great Barrier Reef escapades
Up above or down below, just take the plunge! Go Skydiving and snorkeling at Great Barrier Reef. Soar high up in the clear skies in helicopters, feel the blood rush through your veins as you free-fall over the surreal views of the island and the blue water. After you enjoy the aerial view of the reef, it’s time to experience it up close, dip in the cool water to witness the psychedelic colours of the marine life.
Melbourne Cricket Ground
Cricket runs as thick in the Australians’ blood as it does in Indians. Live every cricket lover’s dream and enjoy a guided tour of the state-of-the-art Melbourne Cricket ground. Walk through the glorious history of cricket and let the cricket mania take over!
Great Ocean Road trip
If you are into road trips, then nothing beats the Great Ocean Road, which outlines one of the most spectacular coastlines of the world. Encounter the famed towering 12 Apostles (limestone stacks) that emerge from the Southern Ocean of Victoria’s coastline, or scour through the vast swathes of National parks that dot the region. Enjoy the drive of your lifetime as you embark on myriad adventures.
Music & Shopping
-The Sydney Opera House is identified as one of the 20th century’s most distinctive buildings and one of the most famous performing arts centres in
the world. You won’t go hungry or thirsty at the Sydney Opera House as it has three restaurants, a café, an espresso bar, and opera and theatre
bars. FUN FACTS: Arnold Schwarzenegger won his final Mr Olympia body building title in the Concert Hall in 1980.
-Enjoy a leisurely shopping trip down Chinatown Melbourne which is a fine example of the multicultural diversity which makes up the population of this magnificent country
-shopping locale is Bourke Street Mall. This attractive pedestrian and tram only precinct is flanked by shops and features two of Melbourne’s major department stores – Myer and David Jones
A shoppers paradise and a delight for all..
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