Places Solo Travelers Can Explore In Australia
Nothing is more exciting than packaging your bag and getting ready for an amazing solo trip to Australia. It is more about giving yourself time, or we can say “exploring yourself” than you have ever imagined.
You should relax, reward, and rejuvenate yourself every now and then. And Australia has some extremely mesmerizing places to do so. From amazing beaches to nightclubs to experiencing lap dance Brisbane, we have listed some of the places you can travel and experience solo in Australia. So, without further ado, let’s move straight into the article.
Places To Explore In Australia
Darwin, Northern Territory
Darwin, as depicted in the 1960s government film campaign, is a ‘friendly-city’ and Australia’s only tropical state capital. Its waterfront area is where you can see most of the tourists and locals gathering. It has many restaurants, green spaces, a swimming area, and most important the sunset, which is highly sublime from here. If you are on a solo trip and want to explore glorious nature, move to nearby Kakadu National Park. In the park, we will find savanna woodlands, mangroves, beautiful waterfalls, monsoon forests, and burnt-orange rock escarpments.
Wagga Wagga, New South Wales
A city in Riverina, Wagga Wagga is filled with greenery and cut through by eucalyptus-lined Murrumbidgee River. It is known for its spacious, fertile plains and vineyards. Moreover, its laid-back, friendly atmosphere and homely cafes serving delicious coffee are all you might need as a solo traveler. You can burn off a hearty brunch by walking on a Wiradjuri Walking Track built alongside Wagga Beach or treat your solo self to stay at the Houston Wagga to spend a lazy evening in the garden.
Hervey Bay, Queensland
If you want a relaxing holiday on a beach, then you should head to non-other than Hervey Bay, Queensland. You can witness whales here if you go to Australia between July to November. The calm, turquoise water and powder-soft sand make you feel relaxed. The place also offers various activities like taking paddleboarding to lessen on the beach, which was later followed by a sunset stroll along Urangan Pier.
Magnetic Island is an amazing place for solo travelers. To reach the island, you need to take a 20-minute ferry ride from Townville and later explore Forts, seeing the sunset at Horseshoe Bay, feeding the rock wallabies at Geoffrey Bay, and swimming at Alma Bay.
Enjoy Nightlife At Brisbane
Although the sun has been gone down, the city is not yet sleepy. Brisbane is a city filled with extensive nightlife. It constitutes Fortitude Valley, Australia’s first designated precinct, outdoor and rooftop bars, live music venues, dance clubs, spirit and cocktail bars, and much more. The after-dark scene in the city is amazing and filled with craziness.
Australia is a sprawling smorgasbord of a gateway, which is a perfect place for a lone wolf to hit a hike and sink a cold one with some strangers. In short, Australia is the best place for solo travelers.