Wanna eat veg-o in the Land Down Under? No problem, mate. This large, diverse country has an extremely wide variety of culinary offerings whatever your tastes or needs may be. There are lots of reasons to visit Australia, from touring cities to diving in the Great Barrier Reef to touring the Outback, and your experiences will differ widely depending what environment you’re in. Regardless, the people tend to be really friendly and hospitable.
There are many offbeat sights in addition to famous ones like the Sydney Opera House. Outside of Hobart in Tasmania, you’ll find the recently-built Museum of Old and New Art or MONA, featuring both antiquities and modern oddities displayed on three underground levels concealed in a sheer rock face. The Daintree Rainforest in Far North Queensland is an exquisite coastal lowland rainforest with unique habitats and species to take in.
Vegetarian and vegan-oriented restaurants aren’t uncommon in Australia, and you’ll find many Asian and Indian restaurants, quite a few of them offering organic foods. Sydney is chock-a-block with organic and macrobiotic eateries, and most sizeable places have a solid variety of restaurants and stores with organic foods. One supplier in Perth calls itself a producer of groovy organic meal mixes you can cook at home.