5 Most Magical Places to Visit in Australia

Australia is known for many things – advanced technology, diverse communities, quality medical care, and more. But most of all, Australia is known for some of the most magical places on earth. Today, we’re going to talk about 5 of our favorite places to visit in Australia:

Macquarie Island

5 most magical places in Australia

Macquarie Island is a UNESCO world heritage site that lies between New Zealand and Antarctica. This island is the only one in the entire world composed only of oceanic crust and rocks from the mantle – deep in the earth’s surface. This island is home to 20-40 people each year as well as different types of seals, penguins, and albatrosses.

The Pinnacles (Naumburg National Park)

5 most magical places in Australia

The Pinnacles at Naumburg National Park are a major tourist attraction, in fact, over 170,000 people came to visit in 2019. But what makes stone pinnacles so interesting? Apparently, these limestone structures were formed almost 30,000 years ago after the sea reseeded and left seashells behind. Some of them are as high as 3.5 meters!

Lord Howe Island

5 most magical places in Australia

Lord Howe Island – another UNESCO world heritage site that is restricted to only 400 visitors at any one time to experience its beautiful natural attractions. This paradise island is home to 450 types of fish and 90 species of coral, with iridescent clear waters and banyan trees. You can hike, scuba dive, or chill on the warm beach.

Remarkable Rocks (Flinders Chase National Park)

5 most magical places in Australia

Well, these rocks are definitely remarkable. This cluster of strange granite boulders is an incredible work of nature, shaped by seawater and rain for over 500 million years. The golden lichen covering some of the rocks make for great photos as well. This is definitely a place to remember (and document on an Instagram story).

Piccaninnie Ponds (Conservation Park)

5 most magical places in Australia

This is the perfect place to go snorkeling. Crystal clear waters that have been seeping through limestone over thousands of years create fascinating features deep in the pond. You can dive down into a large, underwater cavern named “The Cathedral”, or take a walk on the beach and watch the freshwater springs bubbling up onto the sand.

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Ron Ford

Ron Ford immigrated with his family to Australia in 2005 to work as a social worker. Following their difficult immigration process, he slowly turned to blogging and creating content about immigration: "…As a family of 5, we struggled to make ends meet. I was working around the clock and Clarissa was working in housekeeping any time she could spare. The move to Australia completely changed our lives, but it cost us a lot of money, time, and tears. Ever since I've wanted to help others on their journeys the way I wished someone had helped us".

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