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The "Latest Australia Travel Ranking" selected by the authoritative travel guide website "LonelyPlanet-Lonely Planet" has been released! The selection was jointly voted by website editors, travel journalists and travel enthusiasts. Travelers planning to go to Australia should not miss it.

1. 4 cities worth visiting

Gold Coast-Gold Coast


As Australia's largest tourist city, whether it is large and small, different bays and beaches, or several theme parks worth tens of millions; whether it is various museums and exhibition halls all over the city, or luxury overlooking the beautiful seascape The hotel, every corner of the Gold Coast, seems to be carefully prepared for the more than 200 million tourists who come here every year.



It is also a tourist city, Hobart in Tasmania is more like a secret place waiting for people to discover. It has the cleanest air and water in Australia, as well as the most delicious wine and seafood in this country; it has the world-famous Wineglass Bay and Cradle Mountain, but more of them are countless equally beautiful beaches and forests that no one has ever visited. On this quiet island in the south, you can always feel the breath of nature inadvertently.



It is one of the most prosperous and lively cities in the world, but it has never lacked a quiet side. The picturesque Blue Mountains, the iconic Sydney Opera House, and the romantic Darling Harbour. Even if you walk around the streets of Sydney at will, or sit quietly on the wooden steps by the bay, let the sea breeze blow your face and thoughts, there are already thousands of styles in this style.



Many seemingly irrelevant or even contradictory things can exist harmoniously in Melbourne. This may be one of the reasons why it has been rated as the "most suitable city for human habitation" many times. It has all kinds of large modern buildings, but it also retains countless ancient roads and ancient buildings; the city at night is full of gorgeous neon lights, but you can find quiet beaches within 2 kilometers, and pedestrians walking quietly. .


2. The 4 most worth visiting attractions

Sydney Harbour-Sydney Harbour


Sydney Harbour is one of Australia's most famous landmarks. It also has the Sydney Harbour Bridge and the Sydney Opera House. It is a must-see attraction for every tourist.

Due to its vast terrain, both the north and the south are the prosperous buildings of Sydney, coupled with the majesty of the Sydney Harbour Bridge and the novelty and uniqueness of the Sydney Opera House, the entire Sydney Harbour has a distinct hierarchy, atmosphere and full of interest at the same time. At the same time, there will be grand festivals held here in different seasons of each year, and the joyful crowd will fill the entire harbor.

Hobart MONA Museum – Hobart MONA Museum


This is a museum worth spending a whole day inside.

Regarding this private collection museum, it can be described very well with several sets of data: it took only two years from its establishment to become the most visited attraction in Tasmania, defeating the position of occupying this position for 10 years. Port Arthur; some of the exhibits in the exhibition hall accept quotations, this part only accounts for 30% of the total number of exhibits, but the total price has exceeded 1 million Australian dollars; it is the museum with the most employees and electronic interpreters in Australia, allowing visitors to have unparalleled Exhibit viewing experience; the renewal rate of exhibits is nearly 3% every 30 months, which means that even if you go once a year, you can see completely different exhibits.

Cairns Great Barrier Reef – Cairns Great Barrier Reef


"The sea is more worth exploring than outer space"

If you believe in this sentence, then you should never miss the Great Barrier Reef. The same is the sea, its beauty is not in the beach or the waves, but the underwater world under the waves. Here, diving into the sea allows you to know a whole new world. There are various coral groups, colorful tropical fish, and if you are lucky, you can also see the migration of various large marine life groups. All of these will make you feel like you are in a dream world.

It is worth mentioning that in order to protect the ecological environment of this beautiful sea area, the Australian government is gradually tightening various subsea tourism projects, so tourists should hurry up.

Melbourne Great Ocean Road – Melbourne Great Ocean Road


This is the most beautiful highway in the world, not one of them.

Every tourist who visits the Great Ocean Road will be touched by a hidden place in his heart. Due to its unique geographical location and natural environment, it has given it an unparalleled characteristic: in any season of the year, you can see spectacular and beautiful scenes with different styles; even during the day, it can be at different time points. See different beauty. As one of Australia's earliest tourist attractions, the Great Ocean Road is definitely a place that travelers don't want to miss.


3. The 3 most famous Australian restaurants

Quay – Sydney


Ranked 27th in the world restaurant, it has repeatedly entered the TOP100 world restaurant. It is well-known in the industry for its handmade dishes decoration and pattern carving, and believes in the beauty of nature and balance. Being located in the best viewing position of Sydney Harbour is a refreshing experience for diners, and a lot of bonus points.

Address: Overseas Passenger Terminal, The Rocks, Sydney 2000

Marque – Sydney


Has repeatedly won the title of Australia's best gourmet restaurant. The whole baby kangaroo roasted with original ecological charcoal is unique in Australia. The decoration style is quite high-end and avant-garde, whether it is a fully open bar-type kitchen or a drink rest area.

Address: 355 Crown Street, Surry Hills, Sydney 2000

Eureka 89 – Melbourne Melbourne


The highest restaurant in Australia, located on the 89th floor of Eureka Tower. If you value the restaurant’s scenery and dining environment, Eureka 89 is definitely your best choice in Australia. Enjoying the stunning night view of Melbourne in 360° will definitely give you a luxurious and unforgettable night.

Address: L 89/Eureka Tower, Riverside Quay, Southbank VIC 3006


4. 5 Australian specialties worth buying

Sheepskin UGG Boots-Australian wool boots


As the Australian specialty with the highest purchase rate, wool boots have become Australia's representative products. Although wool boots can be bought everywhere, Australian wool boots are definitely a symbol of quality. Recommended brands EMU, FD UGG, Jumbo UGG, Suttons UGG, etc.

Jewellery Opal – Opal


As a kind of gemstone, it may not be considered shiny, but its unique luster and bright texture can give people a mysterious beauty, as if every stone is telling a moving story.

Tim Tams – Chocolate Cookies


Many locals in Australia like to take this chocolate as a gift to friends and relatives overseas. There is a popular way to eat it: you can bite the opposite corners of the biscuit open and use it as a straw to drink a cup of hot milk or hot coffee. In this way, the inner layer of the biscuit will melt first, making it crispy on the outside and soft on the inside, making it more delicious.

The Australian Boomerang – Australian Aboriginal Boomerang


If a friend asks you to bring back a special gift from Australia, then the Aboriginal boomerang is definitely a good choice. It is Australia's most representative handicraft. It can be used for play or as an ornament indoors. More importantly, it is a symbol of Australian history and culture.

The Australian Wine-Australian wine


High-quality soil and air, a long history of wine tasting and superb winemaking techniques, coupled with the experience of winemaking in a multicultural background, all make Australian wines irreplaceable advantages. The rapid development of the Australian wine industry in recent years has given it a momentum to surpass traditional European wine brands. Recommended brands: Penfolds, Wolf Blass, Seppelt, etc.


5. Experience the best 3 shopping malls

Chadstone Shopping Centre-Victoria


Founded in 1960, it is the largest shopping mall in the southern hemisphere. It is located in the southeast of Melbourne and has more than 510 merchants. Whether it is a local brand with Australian characteristics, or a group of global luxury brands, you can gain something here.

Robina Town Centre-Queensland


It was built in 1994 and covers an area of ​​34 hectares in Robina District, Queensland. It was the largest shopping mall in Australia at that time, with more than 350 retail and wholesale stores.

Queen Victoria Building-New South Wales


This shopping center is not that big in Sydney, but it is the most historical and visitable shopping center. It was built in the late XNUMXs and has a typical European design style at that time. The interior decoration design and display craftsmanship make shoppers feel as if they are in a museum, allowing visitors to experience the heaviness of history while shopping.

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This shopping center is not that big in Sydney, but it is the most historical and visitable shopping center. It was built in the late XNUMXs and has a typical European design style at that time. The interior decoration design and display craftsmanship make shoppers feel as if they are in a museum, allowing visitors to experience the heaviness of history while shopping.