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5 most beautiful National Parks in Australia

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Australia has more than 500 national parks and each of them has its own distinct characteristics, such as spectacular limestone and sandstone rock formations, beaches, and a wondrous array of flora and fauna, including the world-famous kangaroos and dingoes.

This is the overview of the top national parks in Australia according to

5. Kosciuszko National Park

Kosciuszko National Park is located in southern New South Wales. It is a Snowy Mountains and Murray river country. The park in home to the highest peak in mainland Australia, and Cabramurra, the country’s highest town which is Mount Kosciuzko.

This is the only place where you can find the endangered southern corroboree frog.

4 . Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park

Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park formerly Ayers Rock is located in Northern Territory’s Central Australian desert. This is the place to be if you want stunning sunrise and sunset photos as the rocks change colors in the sunlight.

3. Freycinet National Park

This is the oldest Tasmania Park. Below the formations are the gorgeous blue waters of Wineglass Bay, considered one of the best beaches in Australia. Some areas of the park are so remote, they have yet to be visited by humans, who otherwise visit here for sea kayaking, fishing, beachcombing and other water activities.

2. Purnululu National Park

The park in Western Australia is a great place for hiking, campers need to bring food as none is available within the park. Because of the rough but scenic terrain, some parts of the park are accessible only with 4WD Vehicles.

1. Kakadu National Park

Kakadu National Park is located in the Northern Territory. It is home for kangaroos and giant crocodiles – the Alligator River is within park boundaries. This may be the only place on earth where you can see both crocodiles and aboriginal rock art.

Kakadu National Park is the largest in Australia which is about half the size of Switzerland. Aborigines have lived in the region for 40,000 years, creating their rock art in about 5,000 places.


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