From the world's largest sand island, to the most venomous animal on the planet - here's our Top 20 unique Aussie experiences that you really should do when you're here...
1. Walk around the world's largest single rock, Uluru
2. Swim in one of the 7 Wonders of the World, the Great Barrier Reef
3. Get a selfie with a Kangaroo
4. Learn how to make a Goon hat
5. Visit the world's oldest living organism – the Stromatolites
6. Visit one of the 10,685 Beaches!
7. Visit the most isolated city in the world - Perth
8. Say hello to the world's most poisonous animal - the Box Jellyfish
9. Drive a 4WD on the world's largest sand island - Fraser Island!
10. Learn to play the Didgeridoo
11. Eat Australia's national emblem - the Emu
12. Wear Thongs in public - in most parts of the world the wearing of "a thong" would only be welcomed beneath the clothing!
13. Visit the "Big Bogan"
14. Visit the world's oldest living Crocodile "Cassius"
15. Thought we had loads of beaches? Choose from 8,222 Islands to visit!
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16. Get friendly with the locals
17. Swim with Whale Sharks in Ningaloo Reef
About a year ago, I met an Australian couple in Queenstown who told me Ningaloo Reef had some of the best diving in the world. Big plus: they also have whale sharks. So when I found out I could earn my second year visa in Exmouth, I booked a one way flight. This week, I got to swim with about 10 whale sharks (which actually aren't whales or sharks, but fish). Today, I'm thankful for that random Aussie couple and for my adopted Exmouth family. Shout out to @masonkoontz for the rad shot! #experienceozexpert
18. Attend the world's largest muster of Utes
19. Watch an AFL Game in Melbourne
20. Ride a Camel in the Outback