The Top 10 National Parks in Australia

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The perfect escape: If you really want to escape humanity, you can access some areas where you can only arrive by 4WD vehicles. 

A wild, unique, and beautiful country: Australia is a wild and beautiful country with unique natural wonders. The country has over 500 national parks where nature is preserved and protected. 

Australia's natural wonders: Whatever your preference, there is a national park out there for you! Join us as we take a look at what twenty of Australia's most beautiful national parks have to offer.

Whitsunday Islands National Park: Whitsunday Islands National Park is stunning and is a known mecca for snorkelling and scuba diving since the Great Barrier Reef is located nearby.

Spectacular views: Even if you aren't into exploring the ocean, you will certainly enjoy the stunning beaches and the beautiful walking trails with spectacular, picture-perfect views.

Kakadu National Park: Kakadu National Park is located in the Northern Territory and offers diverse terrain and a wide range of plants and animals that call it home, including the crocodile.

The largest park in Australia: Kakadu is nearly half the size of Switzerland and is the largest national park in Australia.

Purnululu National Park: Purnululu National Park is a must for hiking and back-country camping enthusiasts, and the scenery is out of this world. 

Check out Bungle Bungle Range: The park is famous for the 'Bungle Bungle Range', some of the most extensive sandstone formations in the world. 

Freycinet National Park: Freycinet National Park is the oldest park in Tasmania and is home to one of the best beaches in Australia.

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