It is no surprise that Sydney is one of the most recognisable cities in the world, with attractions such as the Opera House, Harbour Bridge, Bondi Beach, and Taronga Zoo. A great thing about most of these attractions is that they are a stone’s throw away from each other, which makes it really easy to make the most of your short break while in Australia. Just rent a car from Europcar, and you’re on your way to discovering the beauty of this magnificent city.
Cottesloe Beach, Kings Park, bars in Northbridge – Perth
With its sunny beaches, beautiful greenery, and relaxed bars, Perth is a favorite among both locals and tourists. Surf, swim, or just relax and watch the sun set over the Cottlesloe Beach after a day’s driving adventure. This is the perfect place to unwind and get ready for the next part of your journey.
Queen Victoria Market, Royal Botanic Gardens and Melbourne Museum
The list of things to do in Melbourne is endless. Take a drive through the city to explore the many colours, cuisines and colours of Queen Victoria Market. Afterwards, go for a leisurely walk through the Royal Botanic Gardens, and end your day with a visit to the Melbourne Museum, one of the top attractions in Melbourne.
Sydney’s Opera House, The Rocks, and Blue Mountains
One of the most famous landmarks in Australia is the Sydney Opera House. Take a road trip to this beautiful location right on the harbour and appreciate the commanding presence of this structure. It’s definitely worth an up-close look! Make a day of it and explore the Blue Mountains while you’re in the area.
Brisbane’s Story Bridge, QAGOMA and theme parks
The cosmopolitan city of Brisbane offers many attractions, and one of the most iconic Brisbane locations, Story Bridge is a must-see whenever traveling to Australia. There is no better way to experience and take it all in than by taking a relaxed road trip. This part of the city is a tourist hotspot, offering something for everyone. For the art lovers, the Modern Art Gallery (QAGOMA) is located right near the bridge, across two riverside buildings.
Kuranda Village, Tjapukai Aboriginal Cultural Park, and Port Douglas
This is an indigenous cultural center where you can enjoy home-style meals and hands-on cultural experiences in the Cultural Village. Enhance your visit down under and try out traditional hunting methods, learn about food and medicinal uses of bush animals and plants, and watch cultural dances from one of the oldest cultures in the world.
There are so many more beautiful places to explore. Break up your journey and see what else Australia has to offer you on your road trip. Go at your own pace so that you can really immerse yourself in the culture of each place you visit.