PLACES TO SEE - AUSTRALIA
Darwin, the tropical capital, is both modern and multicultural and boasts a population of people from more than 60 nationalities and 70 different ethnic backgrounds. The city is characterized by its many exciting cultural festivals and weekly markets for food and crafts.
Do you like crocodiles – the really big ones – and would you like to dive with them?
Then the Crocosarus Cove is the place for you. Read more here
Darwin Military Museum - Read more here
A very exciting museum about World War II and the Vietnam War. Entry costs approx. $18
The beach market is held every Thursday and Sunday and is a "must see". Cosy stalls with crafts, food and music.
Fishing trip: Treat yourself to a deep sea fishing trip on one of the many boats from Darwin Harbour. Angle for barramundi and catfish in both fresh water and salt water, or go mud crabbing. See the selection.
Seafood restaurant: Worth a visit in the port of Darwin. Find the restaurant here.
Kakadu National Park is the largest national park in Australia and one of the leading tourist attractions in the area. Here you can see ancient Aboriginal cave paintings, experience salt and freshwater crocodiles, and admire the Jim Jim Falls. Read more here.
Charles Darwin: A park in the centre of Darwin. Read more here.
Litchfield: Nice national park with waterfalls. Read more.
Visit the Delaneys Country And Western Store
Here you will find the legendary Akubra hat. A must have for protection from the Australian sun. The Akubra hat has existed for more than 100 years and is made from rabbit hair.
There is a wide variety of colours and models to fit your tastes.
We, at 4Hunt, are big fans of Akubra hats!
Adelaide River Inn
The historic Adelaide River Inn Resort and Tourist Park is about a two-hour drive south of Darwin along the Stuart Highway in the picturesque Adelaide River district. The resort offers accommodation in single rooms with kitchenette, bath, fridge and air condition.
Adelaide River has a very relaxed atmosphere with tropical gardens and a lagoon-style pool area. You should visit the iconic pub "303 BAR" from the film "Crocodile Dundee" with film star "Charlie the Buffalo", who is a water buffalo trophy in full standing in the bar. Digger's Bistro offers à la carte menu and buffet menu. This is where you eat your dinner.
Wilsons Promontory National Park
The southernmost point in Australia on the main continent. The scenery is incredibly beautiful, and there are several hiking trails. You may be lucky and see emus and hog deer in the park.
Melbourne is an incredibly exciting multicultural city with lots of street art and great shopping opportunities.
Are you into motorcycling? Then you should rent a Harley or Indian for a day or two.
The Great Ocean Road, which leads to "The 12 Apostles," is a beautiful trip that can be done in half a day.
The Razorback - Port Campbell National Park.
New South Wales
Visit the exciting Hunter Valley wine region located north of Sydney.
There are over 100 different winemakers and wineries where you can taste their wines. This includes tapas and other delicacies.
Treat yourself to a trip through Blue Mountain and make a stop at "The Three Sisters," a rock formation located in the middle of the national park. Don't forget to take a ride in a cable car which descends right down to the bottom of the tropical rainforest in the area.
More to come about Sydney.........
- Sydney Habour Bridge
- China Town
- Shoppingcenter. ..
If you enjoy snorkelling or diving with an oxygen tank, Queensland is a must.
The Great Barrier Reef is a snorkelling and diving paradise with an incredibly exciting maritime life. Great opportunities for deep sea fishing and other water sports.
Sydney is so much more than just the Opera House. It’s a big city which must be experienced. The city offers a vast number of exciting attractions. Here are a few places 4Hunt has visited.
Try a genuine Aussie meat pie at Harry's Café de Wheels on Sydney Harbour, right in front of Russell Crowe's house! The place is famous for their "tiger" meat pie, which is a classic meat pie topped with mashed potatoes and gravy. See the nostalgic photos with celebrities such as Elton John, Frank Sinatra, Brook Shields, Kevin Costner, Billy Crystal, Pamela Anderson, etc.