Oceania

National Parks in Australia

Blue Mountains National Park

Blue Mountains National Park and the three sisters rock formation is one of the most popular national parks in Australia. The proximity to Sydney makes it the most visited attraction in the country.

Oceania / Australia / New South Wales

Coffin Bay National Park

Coffin Bay features rugged coastlines, white sandy beaches, and coral reefs and serves as the namesake of the park Coffin Bay National Park.

Oceania / Australia / South Australia

Coorong National Park

Coorong lagoon along with coastal dunes and landscpes make Coorong National Park a destination that should be added to travel wishlists.

Oceania / Australia / South Australia

Cradle Mountain-Lake St. Clair National Park

Cradle Mountain Lake St. Clair National Park delivers multiple natural attractions to explore within one national park. One of the key attractions for the island state of Tasmania.

Oceania / Australia / Tasmania

Daintree National Park

Daintree National Park is one of the most ecologically diverse areas within Australia. The park is home to the Daintree Rainforest which is the oldest known forest in the country.

Oceania / Australia / Queensland

Flinders Chase National Park

Flinders Chase National Park is a destination that is known for unique rock formations while also providing visitors with a chance to see endangered species.

Oceania / Australia / South Australia

Freycinet National Park

Freycinet National Park was one of two parks established as Tasmania's first protected areas. The pink granite and rugged coastlines create some of the most stunning landscapes.

Oceania / Australia / Tasmania

Great Barrier Reef Marine Park

The Great Barrier Reef Marine Park is the protected area of the world’s largest coral reef. Extending 1,400 miles, the Great Barrier Reef can be seen from outer space. It is Australia’s most popular attraction.

Oceania / Australia / Queensland

Kakadu National Park

Kakadu National Park is the epitome of the “outback” of Australia. Saltwater crocodiles are renowned for this part of the country. Jim Jim Falls is one of the national park’s highlights.

Oceania / Australia / Northern Territory

Mount Remarkable National Park

Mount Remarkable is the heart of the national park located in South Australia and the reason for the park's name. Exploring the summit is a key focus of the park.

Oceania / Australia / South Australia

Nambung National Park

Nambung National Park is the protected area for the spectacular Pinnacles Desert. An exploration of the pinnacles desert often leaves people believing they are on another planet.

Oceania / Australia / Western Australia

Port Campbell National Park

Port Campbell National Park features the Great Ocean Road which provides a scenic drive past the amazing twelve apostle rock formations. Visitors should explore the twelve apostles scenic area at different times of the day.

Oceania / Australia / Victoria

Purnululu National Park

Purnululu National Park features the renowned rock formations of the Bungle Bungles. The park’s bungle bungles were created out of uniquely eroded sandstone rocks.

Oceania / Australia / Western Australia

Sydney Harbour National Park

The Sydney Harbor National Park provides an escape into nature while providing views of the famous Sydney Opera House and Sydney Bridge. The national park provides easy walking paths for everyone.

Oceania / Australia / New South Wales

Tasman National Park

Numerous rock formations and coastal landscapes make Tasman National Park one of the leading attractions on the island state of Tasmania in Southern Australia.

Oceania / Australia / Tasmania

Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park

Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park is home to the world-renowned Ayers Rock, locally known as Uluru. It is one of the most iconic attractions of Australia and draws people from around the world.

Oceania / Australia / Northern Territory