The search for the "Seven wonders of Australia": what places do you think should top the list?

The Great Barrier Reef is the largest living organism in the world, with an extension of more than 2, 300 km long (the size of Italy and Japan)

Australia is known all over the world for its pristine beaches, towering rock formations and dazzling landscapes inland.

But if I had to choose, what sites would I choose to be the most impressive and unique?

In the largest tourist survey in the country, the public will vote for the first time what they think the Seven Wonders of Australia are.

The Great Barrier Reef is the largest living organism in the world, with an extension of more than 2, 300 km long (the size of Italy and Japan)

The Great Barrier Reef is the largest living organism in the world, with an extension of more than 2, 300 km long (the size of Italy and Japan)

Extending for an impressive 7 km, Whitehaven Beach is different to any beach you've seen before

Extending for an impressive 7 km, Whitehaven Beach is different to any beach you've seen before

Extending for an impressive 7 km, Whitehaven Beach is different to any beach you've seen before

The pink waters of Lake Hillier will be your choice. Voting is now open for Australians to vote for their Seven Wonders of Australia

The pink waters of Lake Hillier will be your choice. Voting is now open for Australians to vote for their Seven Wonders of Australia

The pink waters of Lake Hillier will be your choice. Voting is now open for Australians to vote for their Seven Wonders of Australia

With a height of up to 45 meters, the 12 Victoria Apostles are a series of limestone piles that were formed over thousands of years from the erosion of the Southern Ocean.

With a height of up to 45 meters, the 12 Victoria Apostles are a series of limestone piles that were formed over thousands of years from the erosion of the Southern Ocean.

With a height of up to 45 meters, the 12 Victoria Apostles are a series of limestone piles that were formed over thousands of years from the erosion of the Southern Ocean.

A panel of regional and state tourism organizations from Australia, industry experts and conversation experts have reduced it to 50 landmark Australian destinations and the rest depends on Australia to decide.

The pre-selected sites were selected by the panel that valued these sites as essential parts of the tourism of their states, natural, cultural or architectural scenes and no fees were charged to be included in the list.

Voters are encouraged to vote based on answers to a series of questions.

IIs the site internationally recognized? Does it have significant value for Australia? Would you put the site on your wish list? Do you take advantage of unusual features to make it unique, and contribute to Australia's tourism economy?

Australian Capital Territory

The Australian War Memorial of Canberra was chosen for being one of the most important buildings from the architectural and historical point of view.

The Australian War Memorial of Canberra was chosen for being one of the most important buildings from the architectural and historical point of view.

The Australian War Memorial of Canberra was chosen for being one of the most important buildings from the architectural and historical point of view.

The parliament is embedded in the land overlooking Canberra and was built to 'become one & # 39; with the landscape of the city

The parliament is embedded in the land overlooking Canberra and was built to 'become one & # 39; with the landscape of the city

The parliament is embedded in the land overlooking Canberra and was built to 'become one & # 39; with the landscape of the city

Canberra Australian War Memorial It was chosen as one of the most important buildings from the architectural and historical point of view.

With more than 1,120,000 visitors per year, the monument serves as a tribute, museum, archive and attraction for both the living and the fallen participants of Australia's global military conflicts.

Perhaps the most moving feature of the monument is the Tomb of the Unknown Australian Soldier. It represents all the anonymous heroes who have lost their lives in wars around the world.

Parliament House It is embedded in the earth with a view to Canberra and was built to 'become one & # 39; with the landscape of the city.

Opened in 1988 as part of Australia's bicentennial celebrations, it is a symbolic piece of architecture that promotes access to the public, and visitors receive an almost exceptional degree of access, unlike most political locations in the world.

New south Wales

The Sydney Opera House is one of the most recognizable buildings in the world and has become a symbol not only of the city of Sydney, but of the entire country.

The Sydney Opera House is one of the most recognizable buildings in the world and has become a symbol not only of the city of Sydney, but of the entire country.

The Sydney Opera House is one of the most recognizable buildings in the world and has become a symbol not only of the city of Sydney, but of the entire country.

The Blue Mountains National Park is an impressive mix of Australian shrubs and authentic landscapes

The Blue Mountains National Park is an impressive mix of Australian shrubs and authentic landscapes

The Blue Mountains National Park is an impressive mix of Australian shrubs and authentic landscapes

the Sydney Opera House It is one of the most recognizable buildings in the world and has become a symbol not only of the city of Sydney, but of the entire country.

The architect Jorn Utzon won the Pritzkey Prize, the response of architecture to the Pulitizer Prize, for its design that was formed from innovation, creativity and controversy.

The Sydney Opera House hosts more than 1,800 performances and attracts 8.2 million visitors each year.

the Blue Mountains National Park It is an impressive mix of Australian shrubs and authentic landscapes.

It is one of the most visited sites in Australia, as it is famous for the blue oil mist that comes from the thousands of eucalyptus trees that surround the park.

Perhaps the most famous part of the park, the Three sisters, It attracts 1.2 million visitors per year.

Queensland

The Great Barrier Reef has its own ecosystem of hard and soft coral and marine life and attracts more than 3 million tourists each year, making it one of the biggest contributions to Queensland's tourism economy.

The Great Barrier Reef has its own ecosystem of hard and soft coral and marine life and attracts more than 3 million tourists each year, making it one of the biggest contributions to Queensland's tourism economy.

The Great Barrier Reef has its own ecosystem of hard and soft coral and marine life and attracts more than 3 million tourists each year, making it one of the biggest contributions to Queensland's tourism economy.

The white and pure sand of Whitehaven beach with its high silica content makes the beach a tourist spot and one of the best places in Queensland

The white and pure sand of Whitehaven beach with its high silica content makes the beach a tourist spot and one of the best places in Queensland

The white and pure sand of Whitehaven beach with its high silica content makes the beach a tourist spot and one of the best places in Queensland

The surprising but delicate Great Barrier Reef It runs along much of the Queensland coast and is possibly the most internationally known natural wonder of Australia.

It is also the largest living organism in the world, with an extension of more than 2,300 km (the size of Italy and Japan).

Within it is a complex ecosystem of hard and soft coral and marine life that attracts more than 3 million tourists each year, making it one of the biggest contributions to Queensland's tourism economy.

Stretching for an impressive 7 km, Whitehaven Beach It's different than any beach you've seen before.

Its high level of silica content helps differentiate the sands of Whitehaven Beach.

Silica is a substance that is contained in a form of extremely high purity sand and its pure white color mixed with the turquoise blue ocean (which twists in and around the sand) makes it look like a work of art.

South Australia

The typically dry lake is filled with floodwater once every eight years and has only been filled to capacity three times in the last 160 years.

The typically dry lake is filled with floodwater once every eight years and has only been filled to capacity three times in the last 160 years.

The typically dry lake is filled with floodwater once every eight years and has only been filled to capacity three times in the last 160 years.

The highlight of the signing of the Ikara-Flinders Ranges National Park in South Australia, Wilpena Pound has an amazing 800 million years old.

The highlight of the signing of the Ikara-Flinders Ranges National Park in South Australia, Wilpena Pound has an amazing 800 million years old.

The highlight of the signing of the Ikara-Flinders Ranges National Park in South Australia, Wilpena Pound has an amazing 800 million years old.

Lake Eyre It is the largest lake in Australia and also operates as the lowest natural point in the country.

It spans more than 10,000 square kilometers and transforms colors and textures from dawn to dusk.

The typically dry lake is filled with floodwater once every eight years and has only been filled to capacity three times in the last 160 years.

Once it is full, it harbors a lot of wildlife, including thousands of pelicans and silver gulls and bursts of green grass and foliage.

The most outstanding feature of the Ikara-Flinders Ranges National Park of South Australia, Wilpena Pound It's an amazing 800 million years.

The huge rock formation is a natural amphitheater formed over millions of years of erosion.

Its peaks span 100 km around the heart of the region and, despite being eight times larger than Uluru, it is considered the hidden gem of South Australia.

Tasmania

The historic site of Port Arthur, the largest and most recognizable historic site in Port Arthur in Australia, has a significant world heritage.

The historic site of Port Arthur, the largest and most recognizable historic site in Port Arthur in Australia, has a significant world heritage.

The historic site of Port Arthur, the largest and most recognizable historic site in Port Arthur in Australia, has a significant world heritage.

Located along the Freycinet National Park on the east coast, its almost perfect curve of pure white sand and turquoise waters make Wineglass Bay one of the most visited attractions in Tasmania.

Located along the Freycinet National Park on the east coast, its almost perfect curve of pure white sand and turquoise waters make Wineglass Bay one of the most visited attractions in Tasmania.

Located along the Freycinet National Park on the east coast, its almost perfect curve of pure white sand and turquoise waters make Wineglass Bay one of the most visited attractions in Tasmania.

Australia's largest and most recognizable remains of colonial and convicted heritage, the Tasmanian Historic site of Port Arthur It is globally significant.

The ruins cover more than 40 hectares next to the waters of the Tasman Peninsula.

The mix of 30 buildings and ruins remains an architectural testimony to the origins of our country's early European influence, which serves as a haunting relic of the crimes and lifestyles of the first settlements abroad.

Reserved as a national park in 1916, glass of wine Bay It is one of the oldest national parks in Tasmania.

Located along the Freycinet National Park on the east coast, its almost perfect curve of pure white sand and turquoise waters make it one of the most visited attractions in Tasmania.

In the surrounding national park you will also find rare birds, such as the white-bellied sea eagles and the yellow-tailed black cockatoo.

Victory

The pillars were once connected to the mainland, but since then they have been disconnected due to the increase in bad weather (only eight apostles stop today)

The pillars were once connected to the mainland, but since then they have been disconnected due to the increase in bad weather (only eight apostles stop today)

The pillars were once connected to the mainland, but since then they have been disconnected due to the increase in bad weather (only eight apostles stop today)

Known as Gariwerd in the indigenous language, the Grampians National Park is one of the richest places in Australia for aboriginal rock art.

Known as Gariwerd in the indigenous language, the Grampians National Park is one of the richest places in Australia for aboriginal rock art.

Known as Gariwerd in the indigenous language, the Grampians National Park is one of the richest places in Australia for aboriginal rock art.

One of the most recognized sights in Australia worldwide is Great Ocean Road & # 39; s 12 apostles.

With a height of up to 45 meters, the rock formations are a series of limestone piles that formed during thousands of years from the erosion of the Southern Ocean.

The pillars once connected with the continent, but since then they have been disconnected due to the increase in bad weather (only eight apostles stop today).

The backdrop in which they find themselves has become equally famous, with the Australian vote as the third "Best Sunset in Australia".

Grampians National Park It is an expansive land of impressive canyons, peaks and valleys.

Known as Gariwerd in the indigenous language, the site is one of the richest places in Australia for aboriginal rock art.

The land has been home to indigenous peoples for more than 20,000, making it a site of great environmental and cultural value.

Western Australia

Lake Hillier gets its pink color due to the presence of a mixture of bacteria and algae that thrive in the high density salt environment.

Lake Hillier gets its pink color due to the presence of a mixture of bacteria and algae that thrive in the high density salt environment.

Lake Hillier gets its pink color due to the presence of a mixture of bacteria and algae that thrive in the high density salt environment.

Perhaps he is best known for the acclaimed horror film Wolf Creek, which used this ghostly crater since it is down, Wolfe Creek is the second largest meteor crater in the world, which makes it a star in its own right.

Perhaps he is best known for the acclaimed horror film Wolf Creek, which used this ghostly crater since it is down, Wolfe Creek is the second largest meteor crater in the world, which makes it a star in its own right.

Perhaps he is best known for the acclaimed horror film Wolf Creek, which used this ghostly crater since it is down, Wolfe Creek is the second largest meteor crater in the world, which makes it a star in its own right.

Located within the Goldfields-Esperance region of Western Australia, Lake Hillier It is really a sight to behold.

The salt lake acquires its pink color due to the presence of a mixture of bacteria and algae that thrive in the high density saline environment.

Unlike many salty lakes, the color of Strawberry milkshake from Lake Hillier is permanent and stands out vividly with the surrounding Pacific Ocean.

Perhaps he is best known for the acclaimed horror film Wolf Creek, which used this mysterious crater because it is late. Wolfe Creek It is the second largest meteor crater in the world, which makes it a star in itself.

Its mixture of red rock soil surrounding a ring of vegetation in its center and the uniqueness of its surrounding atmosphere make this one of the most visited sites in the Australian outback.

Its steep edge can be climbed by visitors after a fairly steep and rocky fight, however, once above the inside view it is really unsophisticated.

Northern Territory

How can we leave this out?: & # 39; The heart of Australia & # 39; Uluru is visited by 300,000 tourists per year and has a great spiritual significance for the native aboriginal culture

How can we leave this out?: & # 39; The heart of Australia & # 39; Uluru is visited by 300,000 tourists per year and has a great spiritual significance for the native aboriginal culture

How can we leave this out?: & # 39; The heart of Australia & # 39; Uluru is visited by 300,000 tourists per year and has a great spiritual significance for the native aboriginal culture

Formed over 500 million years of weather, the result is 36 individual red rock domes that protrude from the ground like heads of different sizes

Formed over 500 million years of weather, the result is 36 individual red rock domes that protrude from the ground like heads of different sizes

Formed over 500 million years of weather, the result is 36 individual red rock domes that protrude from the ground like heads of different sizes

Known throughout the world as "the heart of Australia" Uluru (formerly known as Ayers Rock) has great spiritual significance for native aboriginal culture.

This huge rock is directly in the center of our contingent and is known for its incredible sunrises and sunsets, which create lighting effects that drop the view and make their red-earth tones stand out even more.

Despite being the lesser-known sister of Uluru, Kata Tjuta It is 200metres higher.

Formed over 500 million years of weather, the result is 36 individual red rock domes that protrude from the ground like heads of different sizes.

Unlike Uluru, its various disconnected domes make it much more possible to see the rock up close and personal.

The lack of commercialization and the man-made footbridges in this place make the trip that surrounds the domes a much more intimate spiritual experience.

With fifty nominees presented, only seven will be crowned The Seven Wonders of Australia.

Voting is now open on the 7Wonders website and tickets will be closed on October 7.

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