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Old Jun 18th, 2020, 05:12 AM
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We (my wife and I), both of us in 30s, are planning a trip to Australia for first time. We like wildlife and adventures more than city life. We are not party animals and would like to spend a day (not more) on the beaches. Based on our interests, which part of Australia should we go for? East coast or west coast? We had almost planned for west coast, but majority of travelers insist on sydney and east coast. Please suggest if we should go for west coast or east coast of Australia. We will be driving a rental car and do not mind driving. We WANT to see kangaroos and koalas and other wild life and would want to do some great adventures.
Welcome to Fodor's -- I suggest you start your own new thread as you will get more responses that way. To your question -- check out Tasmania.
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Old Jun 18th, 2020, 08:35 AM
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Originally Posted by nikitaanchevski8688 View Post
We (my wife and I), both of us in 30s, are planning a trip to Australia for first time. We like wildlife and adventures more than city life. We are not party animals and would like to spend a day (not more) on the beaches. Based on our interests, which part of Australia should we go for? East coast or west coast? We had almost planned for west coast, but majority of travelers insist on sydney and east coast. Please suggest if we should go for west coast or east coast of Australia. We will be driving a rental car and do not mind driving. We WANT to see kangaroos and koalas and other wild life and would want to do some great adventures.
When do you plan to go, and do you realize the borders are probably closed due to COVID until next year at the earliest?
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Old Jun 21st, 2020, 05:34 PM
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Yes - I also suggest you start your own thread - rather than tack something on to the end of someone else's trip report, which is bad form, and not really useful.
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