An Australian holiday cannot complete without enjoying some kind of adventure activity. Whether you’re fond of indoor skydiving, watch out sharks, enjoy with a pod of friendly dolphins, or walk over treetops, you’ll find some adventure in all the activities.
Here are the top 7 adventurous activities that you’d have fun with!
1. Rainforest Aerial Walkways
We humans hardly ever get the opportunity to experience the forest canopy from over tree-tops, always having to gaze up at it and imagine what it may be like up there. But with several interesting rainforest aerial walkways in Australia, you can experience a rainforest from over treetops. Explore the Daintree Rainforest in northern Queensland, the oldest tropical rainforest in the world, from over treetops as you try their 11 meters high Daintree Rainforest Skywalk. You will walk through mid-level canopy through this biologically diverse rainforest, enjoying the impressive views along the way, and especially marvelous views from the 23-meter high canopy tower.
2. Watch out Dolphins at Glenelg
Watching Dolphins is one of the most thrilling experiences that you cannot avoid! You should swim with a pod of dolphins at Glenelg. The best way to watch out dolphin is to book a tour with an experienced dolphin tour company and the professional crew will guide you through this adventure. The experience of swimming around with them is the best memories to cherish.
3. Diving with Sharks in the Great Barrier Reef
Diving into the deep waters in search of sharks can be a different kind of experience. You should book a dive trip with a professional operator to encounter sharks as they prowl around the Coral Sea Reefs and the Great Barrier Reef. Here you can spot various types of sharks.
4. Whale Watching in Sydney and Gold Coast
Between May and November is the best time to spot whales along the coast of Australia. You can book a whale watching tour and watch the humpback whales swimming across the Byron Bay and Hervey Bay. These playful gentle giants are a delight to observe and learn about. So ready your camera and binoculars as you sail along on the ocean on your whale watching trip.
5. Sea Kayaking in Queensland
Queensland is known for its tranquil backwaters, rivers and sea kayaking. You can kayak around Moreton Bay, close to Brisbane and go south on the Gold coast, knowing about the Aboriginal history with a local Balunjali guide. You can raft over 45 rapids on the Tully River through the Barron Gorge National Park in Cairns.
6. Fly Board in Gold Coast
Flyboarding is about using a kit attached to a jet ski to get projected through air and water. You will receive a safety briefing and kitted out with a wetsuit, helmet, and lifejacket. Your instructor will walk you through manoeuvres like taxiing through water, flying through air and water, diving and doing back dives.
Select an activity or two to enjoy your Australian itinerary, and explore the adventurous side of your next Australian holiday.