3 Australian Natural Wonders You HAVE To See!
Seal your love in style at these three Australian natural wonders! With their picture-perfect scenery and awe-inspiring beauty, these stunning wonders of nature have all it takes to double up as idyllic getaways for couples in search of romance with a dash of adventure.
#1. Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park, Tasmania
Part of Tasmania’s Wilderness World Heritage area, the Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park is perfect for romantic escapades. Jagged mountain peaks and serene mirrored waters offer a movie-like scenery as you woo your partner. Enjoy an immersive stay in one of the luxurious Peppers Cradle Mountain Lodge cabins that dot the lush tree-lined surrounds. Wilderness is literally at your doorstep – take a short walk from your cosy cabin into the famed National Park, where hand-in-hand strolls by the tranquil Dove Lake and dinner with the elusive Tasmanian devil at the Devils, Cradle sanctuary await.
#2. Heart Reef, Queensland
A quintessential symbol of Australian romance, there’s only one way to truly take in the jaw-dropping beauty of this naturally heart-shaped reef – by chartering a private seaplane flight for an adventure for two. Later, touch down on the white silica sand of Whitehaven Beach for a romantic picnic beside clear blue waters.
#3. Ningaloo Reef, Western Australia
Be dazzled by natural beauty both above and below the water’s surface at Ningaloo Reef, Australia’s largest fringing coral reef. At sea, admire marine life such as manta rays, whale sharks and vivid coral gardens, while on land, traverse undulating sand dunes on a four-wheel drive. Stay in a glamorous beach-side safari camp hidden in sand dunes that hug the shore. Sal Salis’ collection of 16 luxury tents breathe romance — there’s even one dedicated solely to honeymooning lovebirds, complete with a double hammock and spectacular ocean views!
For an all-round Aussie adventure, explore the nearby Cape Range National Park on foot, and snap photos of the two of you with kangaroos, echidnas, emus and more in the background.
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