Kakadu National Park – Perfect for those who want to get a taste of the Australian Frontier, this 20,000-square kilometre expanse of flora and fauna is Australia’s largest terrestrial national park. Also officially declared as a World Heritage Site, Kakadu National Park is not only home to a wide collection of plant and animal life, but also to approximately 500 Aborigines – considered the first people to inhabit the Australian mainland.
Margaret River Wine Region – People seeking good food and fine wine can look to enjoy the best lunch at Margaret River from the quaint cottage-cafes in the area, such as The Berry Farm. As one of Australia’s premier wine regions, Margaret River’s mix of forests, beaches, and wineries is sure to entice tourists from around the world, especially food and wine connoisseurs eager to get a whiff and flavour of some of the best food and Aussie wines available. Margaret River also offers the thrill of riding big waves at Surfer’s Point.