Why Australia Rules The Waves

Why Australia Rules The Waves

Australia is a top tourist destination, and brings in over 5 million tourists each year. There’s a lot of sun, sea, and sand to cast your eyes over, but that’s not all there is to the landscape. You see, no matter where you go in Australia, you’re going to feel the influence of the water around you, but you’re going to also feel the influence of a nation of people like no other, and witness structures and creatures you’ve only seen in the books before. Australia is one of the biggest island nations out there, and ruling the waves is going to be extremely easy as a result of this…But why is it such a popular place to begin with? Let’s have a little think about that with some of the pointers below.

Because of the Natural World

The wildlife of Australia is something that we don’t see much of anywhere else in the world. Even just the promise of that alone is enough to bring people in their millions over to the country, visiting national parks and zoos to hold Koalas and feed Emus. However, it’s also enough to keep people far away; the promise of the various poisonous spiders and snakes is nothing a tourist wants to deal with! And yet, that’s not all you can find here…

For example, there’s so much more you can do when it comes to the water world of Australia. And what a world it is! You can go diving with the Great Barrier Reef, a site that has the most marine life to its name in the whole world. You can also head out to the more remote areas of the country, and there’s quite a few kilometres dedicated to red sand out here in the outback. Coming across Uluru is going to be a breathtaking experience, and if you find it nearer to dusk you might just see it change color with the night sky.

Because of the Seafaring

Marine life exists all around this island, so it only makes sense that people are going to have a lot of jobs to do with this very same export. You can buy body suits in most shops, keeping you safe from the effects of some of the most dangerous conditions. You can also find canoes all around in the bigger stores if you fancy more of a private trip down a river or stream and have some good experience to your name.

 If not however, there’s some pretty exclusive and executive suites available on board yachts for hire. You can simply click here to search through just a few options of the amount of cruises available to take you sailing down all the beaches and bays of the country, and have an entire personalised experience because of the sheer amount of choice here!

Australia is a place full of magic and mystery, and it’s waiting for you!

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Nick Duell


Hey there! I'm a professional dreamer, part-time blogger and full-time mum. When I'm not writing about lifestyle related topics on my blog, Sash & Jayd, you can find me creating abstract paintings in my cozy little studio.