Top 8 Australian Adventures and Adrenaline Kicks

diving with fish in great barrier reef

Australia, a country full of natural beauty, world-class cities, over-the-top adventures and thrilling activities, always manages to excite and entertain its travelers. Most Australians live along the coast and this means that Australian cities have endless adventures and opportunities on offer.

The country is famous for its sun and sand, relaxed way of life and colorful beaches, and is equally popular as one of the best destinations in the world for adventure lovers. No matter which part of the country you travel to, you will always come across a groovy live band, a unique art gallery, a music festival, exotic food and adventure attractions. Swimming with sharks, throwing yourself from 19000 feet, walking through the rainforest canopy, the options are truly endless. Bookmundi helps you find an adventure that suits your preferences and gives you that intoxicating adrenaline rush. Below present you with some of the best adventures and adrenaline kicks in Australia, listed in random order!

Diving at the Great Barrier Reef (above image)

The Great Barrier Reef needs no introduction. The largest and the most sophisticated and beautiful reef system on the planet presents diverse landscapes and breathtaking sights that are well-loved by the most hardcore adventure lovers as well. Stretching for more than 2000 kms, the Great Barrier Reef is the only such structure on the planet that can be seen from outer space. Its main attraction is its dizzying marine life, most of which are considered to be endemic. It is a breeding ground for 6 species of turtles and all kinds of seagrass, it is a playground for dolphins and humpback whales, it is home to 125 species of sharks and countless stingrays and also has more than 400 species of coral. Scuba diving at the Great Barrier Reef is one of the main reasons why people travel to Australia and each section of the reef presents an entirely unique kind of adventure. Bookmundi recommends the Ribbon Reefs and the Osprey Reefs for the most exciting dives that will become the highlight of your Australian adventure holiday.

Surfing Lessons on Sydney’s Bondi Beach

Surf lessons on Bondi Beach
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What better place to learn how to surf than one of the most exciting and happening beaches of Australia? The Bondi Beach presents world-class waves, year-round sunshine and one of the coolest vibes. It also brings you close to some of the most professional and friendliest surf schools in the country. From private surfing lessons to group beginner courses, there is a surf lesson for any skill level.

4WD exploration at Fraser Island

4WD exploration Fraser Island
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Fraser Island has been inhabited by gravity defying rainforests and mind-blowing sand formations since the dawn of time. Listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Fraser Island presents the very best that Mother Nature has on offer. Some of its main highlights include 100 freshwater lakes including the picturesque Lake McKenzie, 120 kms of beach highway, beautiful shipwrecks, colored sands and rainforests that are teeming with wildlife. Fraser Island tends to be the highlight for most people visiting Australia’s East Coast. One of the best ways to explore the island is to get on a 4WD land cruiser and race along the sand dunes and follow the rainforest tracks to explore a wealth of hidden treasures and spectacular natural beauty. Bookmundi recommends you to climb the Indian Head to watch turtles, whales and dolphins in their natural surroundings. And whatever you do, don’t even dream of feeding the dingoes.

Skydiving in Cairns

Tandem Skydiving
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With numerous beaches to soar over and perfect weather conditions to enjoy, it doesn’t get better than Cairns for your skydiving adventure. If you’re bored of activities such as bungee jumping then throwing yourself from 18000 feet might just help you take things to the next level. There are lots of places to dive in Australia, but the views offered by Byron Bay tend to be the best. And you always have the beautiful city of Cairns to explore!

 White Water Rafting at Mission Beach

Mission Beach, one of the most popular gateways to the Great Barrier Reef, is an exciting way of starting your Australian adventures. Mission Beach is a relaxed beachfront town that is home to 14 kms of golden sand beaches, two UNESCO World Heritage Sites and more adventure activities than you can possibly imagine. The Tully is one of the hottest attractions at Mission Beach. This beautiful river presents a range of activities such as snorkeling, swimming and scuba diving, but is most famous for its white water rafting. Mission beach is also home to numerous wildlife species such as the endangered cassowary, and much of the area’s wildlife can be seen in or around the Tully River. Enjoy one of the best adventures of your life at Mission Beach. Home to the premier white-water rafting rapids in the country, Mission Beach is where it becomes incredibly exciting. Your white water rafting adventure involves racing down 40 exhilarating rapids on a journey like never before. So throw on your swimsuits and prepare for some serious adrenaline pumping adventures.

 Yarra Valley Balloon Flight at Sunrise

Yarra Valley Vines
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Yarra Valley is famous for its spectacular vineyards and beautiful wineries. It is home to 35 wineries and 90 vineyards and it boasts of producing some of the best wines on the planet. The ideal way of exploring all that natural beauty is by hopping on a hot air balloon. There are all kind of adventures to be had at Yarra Valley and waking up early and watching the sunrise while on a hot air balloon certainly presents a one-of-a-kind experience. There are plenty of photo ops along the way, so you can be rest assured of having more than enough photographs for your Facebook and Instagram accounts as well. 😉

Crocodile River Cruise at Port Douglas

Crocodile River Cruise
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Visit Port Douglas to enjoy a thrilling crocodile river cruise along the Daintree River. Pass crocodiles lazing on the bank, soaking up the sunshine, daring you to walk pass them. Often, your guides throw huge chunks of meat so that you can see them jump out of the water to enjoy one of the greatest adrenaline rushes of your life.

Each adventure in this list of the top 8 Australian adventures and adrenaline kicks can make your itineraries feel special. If you’re in love with adventure travel and adrenaline rushes, it doesn’t get better or more beautiful than Australia.

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