Put Your Feet on These 7 Most Beautiful National Parks of Australia

Planning a trip to Australia? Hold for a minute and check your bucket list once. We don’t want you to miss out on some of the most beautiful places. How can you visit Australia and not explore the beauty of nature through national parks?

Australia is the home for more than 500 national parks, and we want you to make the most of your trip. So here we mention top 7 national parks of Australia you ought to put your feet on. And to get discounts on tour packages, use HotOzCoupons.

1.     Uluru Kara Tjuta National Park

If not Uluru Kara Tjuta National Park, you must have heard of Ayers Rock. Many visitors know the park by this name. The park is very close to the region’s aboriginal people as they consider it as the spiritual centre. It is a photographer’s paradise as it offers stunning views of sunset and sunrise. What else? If not with a camera, you’ll enjoy the view with your naked eyes when the rays of setting sun fall on the rocks and change their colour. You should pay your visit to this beauty.

2.     Kakadu National Park

A place where aboriginal rock art meets with crocodiles, a place which is home to a variety of flora and fauna and a place where every human love to be, is the Kakadu National Park. It is Australia’s largest national park which is approximately half of Switzerland in size. If you’re looking for a completely nature-centred place in Australia, nothing could be a better option than this. One of the most productive mines of the world, the Ranger Uranium Mine is also situated inside the park.

3.     Great Sandy National Park

If you set your priorities clear and are highly interested in seeing dingoes, you can’t miss visiting Great Sandy National Park. It has Fraser Island, the world’s largest sand island. The unique, howling-dog like creatures are found on the island. You must make sure that you follow the rules and regulations of the park to be safe from them as they can harm humans. Apart from dingoes, you can also enjoy beaches, mangrove forests and a variety of colourful birds.

4.     Port Campbell National Park

Walk into the haven of exotic seascapes and lush greenery in the form of Port Campbell National Park. Explore the adventurous version of you while you hike up to the cliff tops. Walk around the natural trails of grasslands that soak in the stunning sight and beauty of flora and fauna in the park. The limestone stacks, The Twelve Apostles is the major attraction of this national park. Once done with the Twelve Apostles, don’t miss to explore another major attraction, The Loch Ard Gorge. The gorgeous, natural sights all over the park are worth a visit.

5.     Blue Mountains National Park

If you love long walks, this world heritage site is all set to have your heart. On the one hand, the park offers an expanse of adventures whereas, on the other, it is a walker’s paradise by providing peaceful retreats. The experience of just sitting back and relaxing by the pristine lakes and beautiful waterfalls is also one of a kind. Walk along these scenic natural trails and meanwhile, indulge yourself in the activities like mountain biking, horse riding, caving, rock climbing and abseiling.

6.    Daintree National Park

One of the top Queensland national parks, Daintree National Park, is also known for its oldest rainforest in the world. The scenic view of the national park during rain is just spectacular. Although it faces rainfall all year round, it would be better if you avoid visiting the park during the summer monsoon season. If you enjoy being surrounded by a pool of biodiversity, you’ll love what this park has to offer. From spotted-tailed quoll to Daintree River ringtail possum and Southern cassowary, Daintree National Park is home to many unique creatures.

7.    Whitsunday Islands National Park

Spread over 109 square miles with a collection of 74 islands in the Whitsunday Islands National Park of Australia. If you’re among those who love to relax by the beautiful beaches while enjoying the crystal-clear water and clear skies, you’ve got to visit this beach lover’s paradise. Moreover, if you also wish to see some unique migrating creatures, plan your trip between May and September, when Humpback whales tend to be visible.

Now you’re all set to embark on your journey and make the most beautiful memories. You must have enough time to explore each of these national parks!

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