Every year, more than five-and-a-half million visitors arrive on Australia’s shores for a visit. Australia’s comparatively strong economic climate brings business travellers from such distant lands as the United Kingdom, India, Japan, China, and the United States. The remoteness of the country, however, makes a brief visit unattractive physically and mentally.
The long flight to Australia often results in a longer stay being more desirable for the business traveller and tourist alike from both southern and northern hemispheres. If you are planning a visit to Australia for business and you can spare the time to enjoy some sightseeing, take a few side trips for pleasure and find out what we have to offer.
If you are travelling to Darwin the capital city of Northern Territory, Australia, you can explore Kakadu National Park, a rich biodiverse habitat listed as a World Heritage Site for its unique natural and cultural significance. With more than 20,000 square kilometres of coasts, woodlands, sandstone cliffs, and floodplains, and hundreds of endemic and unusual animals, your experience is sure to be one you will remember forever.
If your business is in Sydney, you can pick from a number of well travelled jaunts to suit your interests or visit another of Australia’s 18 World Heritage Sites, the Great Barrier Reef. The Great Barrier Reef is one of the wonders of the Natural World and the largest coral reef in the world. Composed of more than 3,000 individual reef systems, the Great Barrier Reef is literally teeming with marine life. Notably, the Great Barrier Reef is the only life form that can be seen from space.
There are so many other amazing sites and activities to indulge your taste for adventure, depending on your point of origin. Set up your laptop and start exploring your options today. Take a brief break from your work, or spend a few weeks to relax and unwind when your work is over. There is always something special to see and experience in Australia.