Top 10 Weird And Unusual Tourist Attractions In Australia

Top 10 Weird And Unusual Tourist Attractions In Australia
Top 10 Weird And Unusual Tourist Attractions In Australia

Deep down (or down under), I knew Australia was going to feature some of the weirdest tourist attractions in the world. But not even my imagination could have come up with this weird and unusual lot…


Top 10 Weird And Unusual Tourist Attractions In Australia


Sanctuary Gonchar, Australia
Sanctuary Gonchar, Australia

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This unique garden is set over 160 acres and is considered one of the most mystical attractions in Australia. Looking at this sculpture, I would agree with that.

Xanthorrhoea Grass Trees, Australia
Xanthorrhoea Grass Trees, Australia

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These weird looking grass trees are very much a part of the Australian landscape. But an unusual part at that.

Lake Hillier, Australia
Lake Hillier, Australia

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Still, till today, they are not sure why this lake is pink and no tour of Australia’s weirdness would be the same without paying a visit to it.

Bungle Bungle Range
Bungle Bungle Range

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This weird looking topographic feature is clearly visible and it is believed that it is the eroded remnant of a very ancient meteorite impact crater!

Homebush Bay, Australia
Homebush Bay, Australia

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It will come as little surprise to learn that Homebush Bay was once used as a ship-breaking yard. But what is amazing is the ships that remain are now wildlife sanctuaries!

The Sinking Building, Australia
The Sinking Building, Australia

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While the sinking library is one of the better ones there is lots of sinking things statues located outside the State Library. Apparently, they are all campus lore stories about failed architectural design.

Australia's Big Things, Australia
Australia’s Big Things, Australia

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Located in not just one place, but over 150 of them, the big things of Australia are large structures that began as tourist traps, but they are now a cult phenomenon with thousands of people touring them each and every year.

Tessellated Pavement, Australia
Tessellated Pavement, Australia

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The tessellated pavement at Eaglehawk Neck is a beautiful and rugged terrain that might look man-made, but it is 100% natural.

Horizontal Falls
Horizontal Falls

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The Horizontal Falls is the name given to a natural phenomenon on the coast of the Kimberley region. You can even take a boat ride UP the waterfall!!!

The Colors of Kakadu, Australia
The Colours of Kakadu, Australia

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Located 240 kilometres east of Darwin in Australia’s tropical north is the Kakadu National Park with some very colourful sections that draw thousands of tourists each and ever year.

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