Despite being quite a remote location, Australia is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world. People who travel to Australia each year, do so not for its urban environments, but to explore it’s unique rustic countryside and wilderness. In fact, Australia is world-renowned for its amazing landscapes, natural wonders, warm beaches, deserts, and of course, the Outback.
Due to the fact that it gets more than 3,000 hours of sunshine every year, Australia is a favorite among sunbathers from all over the world, some of which who end up re-visiting its beautiful beaches time and time again. While visiting this beautiful country, it isn’t unlikely to hear locals refer to Australia as Lucky Country, a land in which matey attitudes combined with a great sense of togetherness can melt the heart of any visitor.
It isn’t just the friendliness of its people that draws people towards it, but also its truly amazing landscapes and tourist attractions you will discover with each step you take through this wonderful land.
The Outback stretches over all the dry regions within the center of Australia, and covers the wild territories of Queensland, New South Wales, South Australia, Western Australia and a large portion of the Northern Territory. These vast deserts contain some truly amazing scenery, with blue vivid skies, red sand, deserted gorges, and many bizarre geological features. Although the use of a vehicle is pretty much mandatory, the Australian Outback contains enough beauty to warrant any effort.