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Best eScooter Tour Destinations In Australia Post Covid 19

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Are you tired of staying in your home? Have you run out of hobbies to do or are you just plain frustrated because of the restrictions the pandemic has enforced in everyone’s lives? Since the onset of Covid last year, it continues to spread throughout countries despite the world’s best efforts to contain it. Infection rates in some countries are at an all-time high regardless of preventive measures. The rise of vaccines gives us a ray of hope that one day we’ll be rid of this deadly pandemic. And once that day comes, everything will return back to normal just like before. For now let’s just imagine that the pandemic is gone. People are starting to flock outside now that the restrictions have been lifted. Sure you can take your car but with cars comes traffic. You could take the tram but only up to a certain destination. You could also use your bicycle if you want but is your body prepared for it? What type of transportation can you use without getting stuck in traffic, exerting physical effort, and being limited to a certain point in your destination? The answer to that is a two-wheeled electric vehicle that is perfect for these certain conditions, the Electric Scooter.

In Australia, there are a lot of possible locations which you can go to where the only thing you need is an electric scooter. No additional costs or anything, just your scooter. Ready? Then let’s start the tour.

First on the list is the Sydney Opera House. Located on Port Jackson at Sydney Harbour, its unique use of a series of gleaming white sail-shaped shells as its roof structure makes it one of the most-photographed buildings in the world. Definitely one of the best sights when touring with your electric scooter in Australia. Make sure to dig it all in for we’re still at the top of the list.

Next is Edmund Kennedy National Park. The national park is part of the Wet Tropics World Heritage Area. Who says you can’t bring your electric scooter to the forest? Just be careful when trekking off-road, especially at the Mangrove Boardwalk where you may easily fall off even while walking. This is where wearing safety gear is must so wear your helmet and your pads because this is going to be a bumpy ride.

Now that you’ve seen one of the world’s heritage, let’s move on to Sydney Harbour Bridge. In the heart of Australia’s largest cities, along with the Opera house, the Sydney Harbour Bridge is one of Australia’s most famous tourist attractions. Commonly called “the Coathanger,” this impressive feat of construction is the largest steel arch bridge in the world. The bridge itself spans 500 meters, connecting Sydney’s North shore to the central business district which will of course take a while to cruise on an electric scooter. With the sights of the city visible from this bridge, this is no doubt a must see for anyone.

Next up our list is Melbourne, Australia’s second largest city. Melbourne can be considered a paradise for people who love the environment because it is a green city with parks, gardens, and open space occupying almost a third of its total area. If you think that you’ve run out of open space, then you’ve obviously never been to Melbourne.

Last, but definitely not the least on this list is a place where it can be considered one of the longest roads in Australia, the Great Ocean Road. Most top tourist destinations have spectacular driving routes, and for Australia, one of its best is the Great Ocean Road. Built to provide employment during the Depression, the road stretches for 300 kilometers along Australia’s southeast coast, from the surfing town of Torquay to the town of Allansford, near Warrnambool, in the state of Victoria. Touring the road might sound crazy, but it’s not impossible as long as you’re prepared for it. Make sure you plan ahead by bringing extra batteries and a friend or two for this may take up your entire day of touring.

These places may only be located in Australia but don’t let that discourage you from exploring the great outdoors. It doesn’t mean there aren’t any similar ones in your area. You can ride in the middle of bustling cities, open parks, and even cross country as long as you are prepared. There are lots of possibilities for you and your electric scooter. So what’s stopping you from getting one? The world may still be under the threat of the pandemic but don’t let that stop you from living your life the way you want to. All we have to do is to do our part and follow the current safety precautions to avoid another lockdown that will last us a really long time. The quickest way for us to go back to the way things were is by helping each other.

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