Is visiting Australia worth my time?
When it comes to Australia, there's only one word I could describe. It's beautiful. Most of the people who come to visit there are very satisfied with what they saw. From the mountain to the sea, everything around Australia is beautiful. If you wonder what makes Australia as one of the most popular place to visit? Here are some of the list.
. Drive the Great Ocean Road
.Explore the graffiti alleys of Melbourne
.Get some nature in the Dandenong Ranges
. Soak up Melbourne's coffee culture
. See more penguins on Phillip Island
. Get retro at Luna Park
. **Watch a cricket match at the MCG
. Take a hike in Wilsons Promontory N.P.
. Admire Sydney Opera House
. Watch free fireworks at Darling Harbour
. See iconic views in the Blue Mountains
. Walk the coast from Coogee to Bondi
. Learn to surf at Bondi Beach
. Visit Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary
and so many more, but make sure to have your Tourist Visa to Australia with you before you visit this country. You may go to the Australian Embassy and apply for a tourist visa or simply visit Travel Visa Australia (ETA, EVV and Subclass 600 Apply Online. (ETA, EVV and Subclass 600 Apply Online.)). Anyone are free to apply either your an EVV approved country or not. I hope you'll get a chance to visit Australia and be inspired. Wish you luck.
It would depend on your interests. If you like the outdoors, Australia is a fantastic vacation spot - we have great surf and fantastic beaches, unbelievable fishing, some natural wonders and even areas in winter for skiing & snowboarding.
I'd also reccomend visiting if you are a foodie - we have some of the best produce in the world with some amazing vineyards/ wineries, restaurants & cafes.
For more info, see Carl Logan's answer to What are some of the most surreal places in Australia? or one of my other answers relating to Australia.
Australia is an unique country, continent and island. It is expansive with a complete range of climate and geography to choose from. If that doesn't pique your interest then nothing is going to satisfy you.
If your time is more important and valuable to you than experiencing other cultures, seeing different scenery, speaking a different language, enjoying the food and hospitality, then no, its probably not worth it. You simply wont know what you are missing out on, and some things cant be measured in terms of time spent. Better to stay home and earn more money.
If you have to ask whether its worth it it sounds like you havent researched it enough to know whether its worth the expense and tiem involved.