If you’re planning on visiting Australia, the chances are you’ve researched numerous things to do when you’re there. The problem is, Australia is a huge country with a diverse array of attractions and activities to get stuck into, so it’s difficult to know where to start when you’re putting together your itinerary. To save you some time, we’ve come up with a list of 10 things you must do when you’re in the land down under.

Snorkel or Dive the Great Barrier Reef
The Great Barrier Reef is one of the world’s most incredible natural wonders which makes it an absolute must-do while you’re in Australia. While there, you can explore the underwater world via snorkelling or scuba diving and get to know the colourful marine life that characterises this part of the world.

Drive the Great Ocean Road to Get a Photo at the 12 Apostles
The Great Ocean Road is a beautiful stretch of coastline that boasts numerous exciting monuments and attractions, the most famous of which is probably the 12 Apostles. Venture along the wild route to experience lush scenery, stunning sea views and get a photo taken at the incredible 12 Apostles.

Get a Quokka Selfie on Rottnest Island
Quokkas are one of Australia’s cutest critters, and you can get up close and personal with them on Rottnest Island. Cycle around the unique landscape and keep your eyes peeled for little Quokkas to take a selfie with as you go.

Go for a Swim at Bondi
Bondi Beach is probably one of the most famous beaches in the world. Here, you can surf with the best of them, kick back and relax on the pristine stretch of sand, or go for a dip in the stunning ocean.

Watch the Penguin Parade on Phillip Island
Phillip Island is a haven of wildlife, and one of the most spectacular scenes to see is the Penguin Parade which takes place every evening as the colony of Little Penguins come ashore from their day of fishing.

Walk in the Daintree Rainforest
The Daintree Rainforest boasts some of the country’s most mesmerising and ancient scenery. Take a stroll beneath the pretty canopies and spot native creatures as you go.

Cruise Around Sydney Harbour
Sydney Harbour is home to some of the most iconic architecture in the world, including the Sydney Opera House and the Sydney Harbour Bridge. Hop on a cruise around the Harbour to explore all of this and more.

Walk the Base of Uluru
Get to know Australia’s most iconic natural monument as you take a walk around its base, learning more about the Aboriginal history that imbues the landscape.

Drink Some Aussie Wine
Head to one of Australia’s premier wine regions like the Hunter Valley, Yarra Valley, Margaret River, Barossa Valley and McLaren Vale to try some of the country’s famous tipple.

See the Jumping Crocodiles
Cruise along the Adelaide River and experience the unique display of Jumping Crocodiles as they search for food.