`Twelve Apostles ‘ are the most incredible, out of the world creations of nature on Australia’s east coast.  Formed by the action of winds and waves, over thousands of years,  the twelve (currently eight) limestone pillars emerging from the ocean are highly recommended tourist spot in Australia.  Stunning views of the aquamarine ocean and the rocky  landscape can be  seeped in  from the serpentine road stretching all along the cliff,  which is the  viewing area. Tourists also have the  option of taking  a chopper ride to get  a bird’s eye view of the entire region.  Equally enchanting is  the three and a half hour drive from Melbourne,  along the scenic Ocean road,  amidst forests and  ocean vista on one side.


Searching for a less crowded place to unwind  than the famous Bondi or Manly beach in Sydney , Australia?  Bronte beach is the place to head. Lying next to Bondi, the best way to reach Bronte is to saunter along the alleys on the cliff side, soaking in the fresh air, tranquil atmosphere and picturesque views. The parks around have an outdoor barbeque arrangement,  perfect for a family picnic. Bronte is the exclusive beach in Sydney which has a natural swimming pool, adjoining the sea, which can be used by children and adults.


Though Gold coast boasts of endless , super clean white beaches; what impresses tourists and youngsters, is that this place is also home to the rare koalas and kangaroos found exclusively in this region of Australia. Explore the  Currumbin Wildlife sanctuary to instantly fall in love with the adorable koala. Visitors are allowed to hold the koalas in their hands and get pictures clicked by paying 25 Australian dollar . Kangaroos are housed in a huge grassy enclosure, where they roam about freely. Tourists can feed them, pet them and take photographs with these friendly beings. Apart from these, there are a host of other animals and birds found here.


Finally, the grand finale of our Australia trip was the evening dinner cruise on the Sydney harbour ! A  relaxing experience  –  great views of the Opera House and the Harbour bridge , shimmering river over the sunset, a lavish, exquisitely served  seven course dinner , giving a taste of the exotic  local cuisine – salmon, clamps and champagne.