Navigating around the “Land Down Under”
Australia is a large, wonderful, and mysterious land located in the Southern hemisphere of the planet, right to the south of Indonesia and to the north west of New Zealand. This immense country has made its way through the ages and has a lot of historical and cultural heritage to showcase to people. Taking a journey around this land can be challenging when you have no idea on what activities to do and where to go.
The first thing you don’t want to miss is spending a day or two in Sydney. Drop your anchor in the port and start enjoying the city. Walk through the historical neighbourhoods of Darling Harbour and The Rocks, take a picture in front of its famous wave-shaped National Opera, and visit the Royal Botanical Gardens to discover some of the rarest plants in the world.
Then return to sea and sail until you reach Tasmania, the only island state of Australia. Listed as UNESCO World Heritage, this wild island has become a true destination for tourists who want to dive into Nature and discover the unique fauna and flora of Tasmania.
Hop on your boat and get the chance to observe the Great Barrier Reef, listed as World Heritage as well. It measures 2000 kilometres long right in the middle of the Pacific Ocean. This once-in-a-lifetime experience will surely offer you a spectacular show. Book a scuba diving session and be the one to witness one of the most exceptional wonders of the marine world.
Before sailing back home, one last place is worth visiting: the Whitsundays Islands. This 74-island archipelago is known to house some of the most stunning spots in the world. You will always find a place to drop your anchor and tan your skin on the sand of a nice beach.