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The 10 best sights and attractions of the Explorer’s Way in Australia

With an area of 7.7 million km², Australia is so large. That is, discover its riches in one trip is utopian. Pacific Wonders, wine lands, desert, huge ranches, forests, national parks, cities of the latest trends … We’ll must choose. And promise to come back.

Crocosaurus Cove, Darwin – Drawn to the heart of the city, this zoo allows live an unusual experience closer to the big lizards, famous “salties” (sea crocodiles). Emotion guaranteed!

Nitmiluk National Park – the gorges of Katherine, nestled in the heart of Nitmiluk Park, can be visited on foot, by canoe or by helicopter, tropical vegetation, natural pools, Aboriginal rock art, the setting is sublime.

Watarrka National Park – Kings Canyon – Watarrka The park houses the famous Kings Canyon, the huge walls of pink sandstone heights of over 100 meters. To soak up the grandeur of the site, hiking on the ridge of the canyon and enjoy the sights that lie just ahead … Magic!

The Uluru-Kata Tjuta – Considered one of the great natural wonders of the world, the monolith Uluru, a huge boulder up of almost 350 meters, is surrounded by desert, to the infinite. To explore also nearby, Kata Tjuta, a collection of 36 rock domes, dating back over 500 million years.

The MacDonnell Ranges near Alice Springs – These old mountains 800 million years, including Mount Zeil, their highest peak, rises to 1531 meters, lie east and west of Alice Springs.

The desert of the Breakaways – Near the small town of Coober Pedy, this desert is formed by hills and arid escarpments, which give the impression of being on another planet.

National Park Flinders Ranges – This mountain range is home to spectacular scenery, among the oldest in the world. On foot or bicycle, discover the site Wilpena Pound, one of the most spectacular South Australia.

The Barossa Valley wine region – Enchanted Valley wine lovers. Here are the oldest vineyards in the country. Walk through the vineyards, meeting with unforgettable wineries and tasting.

The coastal town of Glenelg to Adelaide – Located just 9km from Adelaide and a 20-minute tram ride to the small town founded in the nineteenth century is a beach popular destination for locals.

Kangaroo Island – The nature destination by excellence. Here, wildlife moves freely in the spectacular landscapes: long sandy beaches, secluded coves, cliffs and huge dunes. Kangaroos and sea lions of the game.

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Date: 14:53 13/08/2016
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