Sydney, Brisbane & Melbourne: The Must-Visited Cities in Australia

The country is the home of the international actors such as Hugh Jackman, Russel Crowe and the late Health Ledger. It’s also tagged as the multicultural country in the south where Sydney is the most largest and populous. No need for you to doubt, Australia is one of the leading destinations when you’re looking for fun and pure escapade. 

The goal of the article is to tell you the nicest spots you must visit in the three largest cities in Australia and that include Sydney, Brisbane and Melbourne.

In Sydney, series of attractions can be seen. These attractions range from theme parks, sports and recreation, museums, food and wine industries, art etc. A must-visit attraction is the Centennial Parkland. This is a 360-hectare open space situated just minutes away from city’s popular beaches in the east. The whole park is divided into three: The first being the 189-hectare Centennial Park, which is the home of blooming flora and fauna and other tree plantings. The second park is the 26-hectare Queens. It is regularly used for informal recreation and sports like soccer and cricket. The third is the 115-hectare Moore Park houses range of leisure activities and playing fields. Tennis, golf, netball, football, it’s all here!

In Brisbane, one of the most famous attractions is the free admission in South Bank Parklands. Once you’re here, you’ll surely enjoy the various scenes of the formal gardens, explore the insides of historical Nepalese Temple, swim and chill at their lagoon, be wowed with their the tropical vegetation and get roll on the Kangaroo Point Cliffs. You can also experience the Best Land Attractions by visiting the River Tour that allows you to cruise the Brisbane’s historical sites using a riverboat at only $55. The Frasier Island Tour is also a popular getaway among the Aussies and the tourists. For $ 150, you can tour the breathtaking beaches and exotic freshwater lakes and beaches.  

In Melbourne, your itinerary should include the Melbourne Zoo. This is the Parkville with a natural-setting feel. What’s more exciting than seeing those native species of animals like koala, panda etc. You can also attend their weekend event (Jazz at the Zoo) where there is fun-filled music and picnic all night long. Southern’s largest museum is doubtlessly of the best. You can walk through the seven main galleries and exhibits.

Of course, the Melbourne’s Pride is their Rod Laver Arena. This 14,820 seating-capacity Melbourne Park Complex is not only the venue of Australian Open (the first grand slam event of the year) but also hosts of special events like motorbike super-crosses, music concerts and the world wrestling. In fact, the Rod Laver hosted the World Championship Wrestling in 2000. The arena receives over one million visitors each year. 


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