Top Heritage attraction in Australia

Australia is a huge expanse of land surrounded by the ocean, it is the sixth largest country in the world with an area of 7,686,850 square kilometers, to which add the surface of their islands. And as many knows, most of its population is settled in the coastal cities, and a curiosity, still the Confederation of Australia is a constitutional monarchy, with a system of parliamentary government, in which Queen Elizabeth II is currently the head of the Australian state and uses the formal title of Queen of Australia.

If you have decided that this part of the world is your next destination, I give you the top heritage places you can not miss in your tour to enjoy tourism in Australia. By making a list I will tell you that they are:

  1. The Great Barrier (since 1981)

It is the most extensive set of coral reefs in the world. It consists of 400 types of coral, 1,500 species of fish and 4,000 varieties of mollusks. A show of beauty and an extraordinary scientific interest.

The Great Barrier

  1. Kakadu National Park (since 1981)

Its interest lies in the fact that it is an archaeological and ethnological reserve unique in the world. The man has inhabited it for more than 40,000 years: from the Neolithic to the present, so you can find paintings of great historical relevance. It is also the habitat of numerous species of plants and animals due to its set of ecosystems.

Kakadu National Park

Kakadu National Park

  1. Willandra Lakes Region (since 1981)

It is an exceptional place for the study of the human being since its archaeological remains certify the presence of the human being for around 50,000 years.

Willandra Lakes Region

Willandra Lakes Region

  1. Lord Howe’s Islands (since 1982)

They form a unique and isolated archipelago product of volcanic activity. The islands harbor multiple unique animal species and have a spectacular relief.

Lord Howe's Islands

Lord Howe’s Islands

  1. Tasmanian wild area (since 1982)

It has one of the largest rainforests in the world, with more than one million hectares. The remains found in its caves bear witness to human presence for about 20,000 years.

Tasmanian wild area

Tasmanian wild area

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