07.03.2017

Five Unusual Australian Destinations

From the incredibly pink Lake Hillier to Cape Tribulation where the Great Barrier Reef and the Daintree Rainforest meet, a small guide to some of Australia’s most unique and sometimes hidden gems

  • Five Unusual Australian Destinations
  • Five Unusual Australian Destinations
  • Five Unusual Australian Destinations
  • Five Unusual Australian Destinations

Australia, the land of iconic cityscapes, adventurous road trips and the wild outback is one of the most desired travel destinations in the world. It has immense diversity of breathtaking landscapes and terrains and an even more fascinating cultural history. Uncover its beauty from inside out with these five unusual places to visit on your journey through the outback.  
 
The Pink Lake 
You truly have to see it to believe it: Australia is home to one of the world’s most astonishing mysteries, the pink lakes. Lake Hillier, a huge saline lake in Western Australia, is just one example of these bubble gum hue bodies of water that capture the imagination of many who witness them. This pink phenomenon is he pink colour is considered to be due to the presence of the organism Dunaliella salina. Explore it from the air and fully embrace this natural anomaly.  
 
Camel Riding & Glamping  
Saddle up and climb on board one of the many camels of the Australian Camel Experience. This tour takes you on a journey to the most breathtaking landscapes of Australia all in a comfortable ride. Explore the true natural environment from day to night with their overnight fully catered Camel Safari allowing for plenty of actives such as sightseeing, relaxing in a hammock or a fire wood dinner.    
 
 
Slumber in an Underground Cave Hotel  
With a vast abundance of aboveground natural landscapes to be discovered, Australia’s underground also deems to be a gem to be discovered. Transformed from an old opal mine, Desert Cave Hotels provides a unique 4 star quality accommodation to those willing to experience the “dug out style of living”.  Just like any other hotel, Desert Cave Hotels provides shops, bars, display areas and dining experiences all through the depth of the underworld.  
 
 
Be In Two Places at Once    
Ever wanted to be in two places at the same time? Cape Tribulation is the only place in the world where two World Heritage areas collide- The Great Barrier reef and the Daintree Rainforest. Not only does this give birth to a magnificent landscape scene where turquoise waters meet lush verdant forest, but also the Daintree is one of the world’s most ancient and primeval forests.  
 
 
The Sinkhole to Eden 
Nothing might seem particularly magical about a natural sinkhole; however, Australia’s Umpherston Sinkhole has been transformed into a one of a kind fantasy garden. Known as the“ Sunken Garden”, this natural disaster formed when the ceilings of a number of small caves collapsed together leaving a large crater in the earth surface. Today, its depths and floors have been transformed into perfectly manicure rows of lush vegetation and blooms. At night, it comes alive with floodlights and is a regular gathering sight for locals and visitors.
 
 

Author : The Slowear Journal

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