Unusual Places to Visit in AustraliaDaintree Rainforest, Nitmiluk National Park, Broome, Port Macquarie, Western Australian Nambung Desert, Umpherston Sinkhole, Pink Lake, Daly Waters Pub, Port Arthur Ghost Town, Devils Marbles, Horizontal waterfalls in Talbot Bay, Squeaky Beach, Wycliffe Well, Ningaloo Reef and The Pinnacles.
Australia has always been one of those places that travellers always dote on. The sandy white beaches, the sky-high buildings, and the historical places in Australia have so much to offer to its visitors. The backpacking trips, friends trips or family trips to offbeat places in Australia are favourite kinds of so many tourists.
It gives them the liberty to explore all the places without experiencing too much crowd. Unlike the popular destinations in Australia like the Sydney Opera House, Port Arthur, Ubirr, these offbeat places are fairly clear of huge crowds.
There are too many unexplored and unusual places to visit in Australia that normally tourists avoid for some reason. However, not to mention that these places are also an integral part of Australia. Some of these places hold real natural beauty; some of them hold unexplored ancient history while many other places are so out of touch with the modern world that it brings serenity and joy to the souls of visitors.
Far away from the bustling cities and fast-moving lives, these places are hidden away just like some valuable treasure. We have compiled a list for some of those offbeat places.