Australia is not just a country but a complete continent which means that you will not only find meadows, mountains, seas and other stuff in the country but you will also find many great parks too. Australia is one of those countries that are famous for their National Parks. If you are planning to visit Australia and see their national parks then you need to know which top 8 national parks of the Australia are. This post will tell you about the top 8 Australian National Parks.
1: Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park
If you visit Australia and you don’t visit the Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park then you have simply wasted your time in that country. Out of all the national parks of Australia, Uluru is the best of all. The park is situated on the north of country.
2: Great Sandy National Park
The park is basically a Fraser Island. This island is not just an ordinary island but it considered as world heritage by United Nations too. This is an amazing place to visit and I must also tell you that Sandy National Park is the largest sand island all over the world too.
3: Kakadu National Park
Kakadu is not only famous as a National Park but it has its own cultural and natural importance. The location is filled with long trees and the total area of this park is 171 Kilometers. If you ever visit Australia, you cannot miss visiting this park.
4: Port Campbell National Park
If you are planning a Great Ocean Road tour then your tour cannot be completed without visiting the Port Campbell National Park. This is one of the best parks that you will ever get to see in the world. The park has got wild animals, greenery, long trees and what not.
5: Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park
Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park is no ordinary park because it is situated at a location that is not easy to access. You will have to go through a lot of trouble just to reach this park.
6: Nambung National Park (and the Pinnacles)
Almost 245 Kilometers north from the great city of Perth, you will find Nambung National Park. This park has got one of the most unusual landscapes. Once you will reach there, it will be difficult for you to believe your own eyes.
7: Purnululu National Park (and the Bungle Bungles)
The Purnululu National Park is situated in Western Australia. Just like many other parks, it is not easy to access this one too. The road network has been established by the government to make sure that people can easily go to the park and have some good time there.
8: Daintree National Park (and Cape Tribulation)
If you are one of those people who crave to see rainforests then Daintree National Park is your ideal destination. From Cairns, the park is situated almost 160 Kilometers north.
So, what do you think about these parks? Are you going to visit any of those?