Mar 5, 2012

Must-Have Experiences on Your Australian Honeymoon

Australia is a land of epic beauty, with beaches, lush rainforests, clean cities and tropical bliss. In short, it is one of the best places to take a honeymoon, and many couples from all over the world do exactly this. If you’re considering a honeymoon down under, we’ve got the perfect list of activities to make you fall just as in love with this beautiful country as you are with each other! From activities to thrill to romantic, relaxing afternoons spent smelling native flowers, this is the must-have guide to a honeymoon in Australia.

Beach Bliss

No honeymoon is complete without a lengthy stint on a beach doing nothing. After the stress of a wedding, chilling out on the sand with your new spouse is pretty much as close to paradise as it gets. One thing we’re certainly not short on in Australia is beaches, and from Bondi Beach in Sydney to Cottesloe Beach in Perth, even our cities have their fair share of surf and sand.

If you’re looking for something a little more deserted however, there are plenty of fantastic coastal spots where you’re likely to be one of only a handful of other people on the sand. Try Boomerang Beach (about three hours north of Sydney), Broulee Beach (between Sydney and Canberra on the NSW South Coast) or for real seclusion, head all the way up to Broome on the idyllic west coast, where Cable Beach will cast its sunset spell over you both.

The Red Centre

The geographical and spiritual heart of Australia is Uluru or Ayer’s Rock, and it is a must-see on a honeymoon down under. Staying at the lush Sails in the Desert Resort or the even more exclusive Longitude 131 nearby, you can take advantage of the sunset over Australia’s most famous icon with a glass of bubbly in hand. Now that’s romance.

City Fun
Now it’s time to spoil yourself and if you’re looking for great shopping, food and weather then the best city to head for is Sydney. It’s simply bursting with great things to do. Why not take a
Sydney Harbour cruise and check out the city from the famous body of water itself? Or climb the Harbour Bridge before indulging your senses at one of Sydney’s fine dining establishments.

Tropical North

For a truly indulgent honeymoon, you can’t miss the Whitsunday Islands and the Great Barrier Reef. There are dozens of luxury resorts to choose from, but the real treat is underneath the water, in the fascinating coral and sea-life you’ll encounter while snorkeling or diving. Head out on a sailing trip to Love Island (yes, it really is shaped like a love-heart) and watch the sun set over one of the most beautiful places on earth.

Honeymooning in Australia is incredibly popular, and something you’re sure to remember for the rest of your lives.

2 komentar:

kim March 05, 2012  

seems like real fun for honeymoon, or in my case, a second honeymoon..

AstyNNS March 06, 2012  

Hi Mbak Lina, how are you?
Australia is one of several countries that I want to visit. many interest places, it is suitable for our second honeymoon :D

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