Australia isn’t the place you see, it’s the place you feel.

Being one of those countries that can still praise on its unsurpassed natural beauty but still claim its modern, vivacious status, the Land Down Under is a sunny, sub-tropical terra firma that will take you places and offer experiences you’ll never forget.

If you are one of the travelers who are hit hard by the adventure bug and are in a hasty search for some adrenaline rush, Australia is the land for you. Australia is a true adventure paradise that will spoil you with choices, with every single state offering something unique and spectacular.

Quench your thirst for adventure by embarking on a wonderful Australian trip and engaging in some of the amazing Aussie activities.

Here are our favorites:


Speaking of adding things to your bucket list, diving with sharks must be one of them!

If it’s to your liking, you’ll be seated in a glass viewing area with 360 degree views underwater, meaning – you’ll be able to take a selfie with a shark, without even getting wet! If you’d prefer the full underwater experience to an Aqua Sub, you’ll enter a cage fully equip to help you endure under water for long periods of time.

This once-in-a-lifetime opportunity will get you eye to eye with the legendary Great White Shark in its natural habitat, and if that doesn’t get your adrenaline rushing, consider yourself dead on the inside!


Where better to test your survival skills than the Australian outback? This area is one of the world’s most inhospitable places that will best teach you ways to survive the 30+°C heat, the sort of remoteness that makes men go crazy and, of course – the deadly snakes. Going with the experienced guides, you’ll be taught not only on how to avoid toxic flora and fauna, but also the psychology of survival. Whoa.


Rafting in Australia is a completely unique and challenging experience during which you’ll not only find the profound respect for nature, you’ll also learn more about yourself than anyplace else. Try it!


Driving the Eyre Highway across the vast, treeless and mesmerizing Nullarbor Plain will be one of those experiences that will stick with you forever. The scale of this scenery has a powerful impact, regardless of the path you pick to approach it.

Enjoy seeing mobs of kangaroos lining the road, wooded hills flatten into bluebush and visit historic homesteads, cattle stations and remote railway outposts. Spot southern right whales from the rugged Bunda Cliffs, and then get up close to rare birds in Eyre and fish in Fowlers Bay. Whatever you set your eyes on in this area – there’s potential for a new adventure.


Seated in the tropical far north of Queensland, Port Douglas is a town on the Coral Sea best known for its beach resorts and the world’s largest reef system (the Great Barrier Reef) as well as Daintree National Park, home to a very biodiverse rainforest.

Experience some of the most amazing Port Douglas attractions by booking an outer Great Barrier Reef snorkel cruise and dive, a scenic helicopter tour and cruise, Kuranda scenic railway day trip, a skyrail Rainforest cableway day trip, a sunset sailing cruise or any other wonderful activity tied to this marvelous city.

SEARCH FOR…UFOs Camping at Wycliffe Well will get you just a little bit closer to the other side.

This UFO capitol of Australia has a fascinating story behind it (you’ll have to ask the owner to tell it, though) and you’ll find it an unforgettable experience. And, of course – you’ll learn that the truth, indeed, is out there.

Holding a vibrant atmosphere of tropical style and sophistication, Australia will, on one hand, fascinate any and every visitor with its picturesque seaside, spectacular nature, the warm, balmy climate and, on the other, a modernity and excitement of ever-growing skyscrapers that capture visitors by the heart and make this country their favorite international destination.


For your next getaway or vacation check out Australia!  There is plenty to see and do, especially for the active couple or family.  Try shark cage diving, whitewater rafting, explore the outback or check out Port Douglas.