Australia’s Most Spiritual Places to Visit

Australia is a true pallet of natural wonders, inspiring, gorgeous and astonishing sites you simply need to see to believe! From the dramatic rippling red dunes of the Simpson desert to chaotic explosion of life in the Great Barrier Reef, “the land down under” offers an amazing array of sights that will take your breath away and have you daydreaming about all of it.

Part of urban wellness is to travel. To get out of the city you live and explore the wonders of the world. It expands our consciousness and enriches the soul. Below are some of the best places to visit in Australia and definitely worth the trip!

Here are the most spiritual spots to visit in Australia.

Uluru

Also known as Ayers Rock, Uluru is a prominent red sandstone rock formation in the southern part of the Northern Territory. Uluru is surrounded by waterholes, springs, rock caves and ancient paintings and it’s sacred to the Aboriginal people of the area, the Anangu.

This area has increased visits dramatically with its designation as a World Heritage Site. Locals (if they can be called that) aren’t happy about too many visits; climbing Uluru is not only dangerous, but it’s against the wishes of the Anangu people as it can lead to pollution and even bigger damage.

Uluru
Flickr: Mark Wassell

The Great Barrier Reef

This UNESCO World Heritage Site is the single biggest structure made by living organisms and is considered the largest coral reef system in the world. Even though much of the reef is protected, it still attracts tourists in large and remains a popular diving site. Coming here you won’t miss enjoying plentiful seaworld as this particular area is a home to thirty species of whales, dolphins and porpoises as
well as many endangered species.  Unfortunately, The Great Barrier Reef is at present threatened by climate change, tropical cyclones, pollution, shipping accidents and oil spills.

Great Barrier Reef
Flickr: CameliaTWU

The Gold Coast, Queensland

Probably the most beautiful metropolitan region south of Brisbane on Australia’s east coast, The Gold Coast is known (and adored) for its long sandy beaches, the gorgeous turquoise sea, surfing and elaborate system of inland waterways and canals. This gorgeous area is home to the Sea World, Dreamworld and Wet’n’Wild theme parks so if you are coming with kids, you all are going to have tremendous fun! Also, just half hour car ride from Noosa, you’ll find one of the best spiritual retreats in Australia, that’s a perfect getaway for all of you coming to Australia to recharge and energize.

For all of you who are fans of natural beauties, hiking trails inland crisscross Lamington National Park’s mountain valleys which are a home to rare birds and rainforest, so don’t forget to bring your camera!
Park
Flickr: Terence Kearns

Shark Bay

Shark Bay is an isolated place of spectacular natural beauty and definitely something you must experience for yourself! If you’d fancy exploring the sea world, this is where you should go; the era is edged with dramatic cliffs and is home to roughly 12.5% of the world’s population of sea cows, fish, reptiles, dolphins, birds as well as 26 threatened Australian mammal species. As SimplyGreen reports, “this World Heritage Site also features ‘stromatolites’, ancient structures in shallow sandy pools that represent some of the earliest signs of life on Earth”. Amazing, don’t you think?

Shark Bay
Flickr: sunphlo

The Twelve Apostles

“Standing like sentinels just beyond the shore of the Port Campbell National Park in Victoria, Australia, the Twelve Apostles are a collection of limestone stacks that have separated from the cliffs” writes WebEcoist and informs that due to its impressive appearance over two million tourists come to see the area every year. Are you going to be one of them? We bet!

The Twelve Apostles
Flickr: Florian Rohart


About the author: 

IMG_1744Roxana is a Sydney based travel enthusiast with a passion for writing. She loves fashion and has an eye for anything visually appealing and aesthetically beautiful. She is all about the healthy lifestyle, loves to run with her husband and dogs and has fun cooking exotic meals for her family. You can find her articles on HighStyleLife and StyleByAsia.

5 Comments Add yours

  1. brealche says:

    Looks awesome thank you 🙂

    Liked by 2 people

    1. Thanks Brealche, Glad you liked it!

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  2. Raul Harman says:

    What about Hanging Rock? 🙂

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  3. roxanaoliver says:

    @Raul Hehe it was just a novel 😀 Nothing spiritual, just a mystery 😉

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  4. roxanaoliver says:

    Thanks @Brealche !!! Stay tuned for more 🙂

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