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The Beautiful Of Australia (Virtual Travel With Pictures and Videos)

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1. Obligatory sunrise shot to prove you got up early, at Cape Hillsborough

this roo striking a pose at Cape Hillsborough near Mackay on Queensland's central coast. Home to the Yuibera people, the region has lots of friendly wildlife to enjoy the scenery with. Delve into the Yuibera people's connection to Country at the Diversity boardwalk and Yuibera plant trail. At night rest your head at Cape Hills Borough Tourist Park

From @ashjadesmith

2. The morning like this. The local Butchella people refer to Fraser Island as K'Gari, meaning 'paradise'

this Queensland island is best explored via 4WD. Set off on a self-guided adventure or jump on a 4WD bus to see the island's most iconic sites, including Lake McKenzie and 75 mile beach. To view Fraser coast from above, take to the air on a scenic flight

From @kyle_hunter

3. If you're looking for a reason to visit Bruny Island, here's an incredibly cute one

spotted this little fellow on Tasmania's Bruny Island, which is home to a small population of these rare white wallabies. Located off the coast of Hobart & Beyond, the island is best known for its coastal walks, wildlife and outstanding produce

From @alexkyddphoto

4. When it comes to hidden gems, there are plenty to be found in Butterfly Gorge, Aus

this GORGE-ous oasis is home to the Wagiman people and can be found between Katherine and Darwin in norths Australia. Aptly named, the cool crevices in the rock faces here provide shelter for thousands of Common Crow Butterflies. Accessible by 4WD only, visitors often find they have this little slice of heaven entirely to themselves

From @joshdlobb

5. Obsessed with the colors of the outback Sunsets in Outback Queensland are a pretty special experience

this amazing shot on Kalkadoon country, just outside of Mount Isa. Our top tip for exploring this incredible part of Queensland? Glad you asked! Take a good old fashioned road-trip along the Overlanders Way from Townsville to "cowboy country", aka Mount Isa, home to the largest rodeo in the southern hemisphere

From @helloemilie

6. "Follow me! I know all the best swimming spots hooman!" at Hamilton Island

got a special guided tour from this friendly chap. Sea turtles can be found in the Whitsundays all year round and choose to nest and lay eggs on the sands of the various lovely islands in this part of Queensland. Want to see one of these fascinating creatures for yourself? Book in on Turtle Discovery tour with Hamiltonisland and explore the beautiful, fringing reefs while keeping an eye out for a turtle or two

From @little.gypsies

7. It's a winter wonderland in Oberon (or should we say SNOW-beron?)

Up to 30 cm of snow fell on the Oberon Plateau in New South Wales last night, creating a magical sight this morning with locals waking up to blankets of white! This lovely scene is from McKeowns Rest, a luxury B&B on a 200-acre cattle farm (complete with some cute resident alpacas). Situated just a hop, skip and a jump from Jenolan Caves, Kanangara-Boyd National Park, and Mayfield Garden, there's plenty to keep you busy here when travel permits (they also have an indoor heated pool and spa)

From @mckeownsrest

8. The tour guides sure are cute at Lucky Bay, hello and welcome to Australia hooman

met this curious mum and joey while visiting this popular Western Australia beach, where even the roos can't resist lazing on the white sand! Located 40-minutes from Esperance, you'll find this dreamy beach within Cape Le Grand National Park in Australia outback. If you decide to extend your stay (we wouldn't blame you), simply pitch your tent at the nearby campground

From   @_johnson_maria_

9. Taking solitude to a whole new level. Welcome to Tasmania

incredible accommodation that sits perched on top of a rocky pinnacle in North East Tasmania. With its uninterrupted views of the Tasmania wilderness, this really is where life slows down, demands stop demanding and to-do lists are forgotten. Spend your days reading by the fire, exploring the walking tracks that surround the property or taking in the spectacular view from the warmth of the (very impressive) tub

From @thekeeptasmania

10. Sometimes all you need is a hug from mum, at Morialta Conservation Park, Australia

home to the Kaurna people. Just 20-minutes outside of South Australia's capital Adelaide, you'll come across a nature escape that feels far from the city, and where the furry locals are often found dozing in the tall gum trees. With its vast expanse of woodlands, tranquil waterfalls and impressive gorges, it's easy to find your own secluded spot to soak it all in

From @nat.hill

11. BYO bubble bath This idyllic scene is at Kangaroo Island in South Australia

One of two exclusive retreats on the north coast of Kangaroo Island, a visit here will have you perfectly positioned by the beach, surrounded by wildlife and natural beauty in a secluded Aussie bush setting. All your meals are prepared by a private chef using fresh local produce, and this bath is right on your doorstep. Need we say more?

From TT

12. Oh, Kings Canyon, you’re blooming beautiful

gorgeous scene on a recent visit to Watarrka National Park in Central AUS. Home to the Luritja and Arrente people, Kings Canyon can be found halfway between Alice Springs and Uluru in Northern Australia. For epic views of the gorge and the surrounding landscape below, the 6km Kings Canyon Rim Walk is a must. Our tip: rise early before the heat to catch the sunrise from the top

From @treasureearthco

13. Talk about finding your light, here is the dreamy skies of Noosa

home to the Kabi Kabi / Gubbi Gubbi people. You'll find this seaside haven on Queensland's Sunshine Coast and could easily spend all day relaxing on the beach, but if you want to get a bit more adventurous, try kayaking or stand up paddle-boarding

From @massage_w_kimberlee_peregian

14. I've been waiting ALL day for you to come play with me hooman, at Seal bay, Aus

got this wonderful welcome from a resident Australian Sea Lion pup at Sealbay. One of the many highlights of visiting South Australia's Kangaroo Island is seeing these creatures in their natural habitat, and winter and spring are perfect times to visit as the sea lions love hanging out in the dunes away from the sea breeze, providing some pretty incredible viewing opportunities

From @nikkiki73

15. Well there you go, it seems you really can find gold at the end of a rainbow

lovely shot of the canola fields in Jambinu (Geraldton) on Coral coast. Located a 4.5 hour drive north of Perth, Geraldton is home to the Yamatji peoples and, if you're fond of a floral display, is a great place to check out some of Western Australia famous wildflowers. To get your flower fix, head to Chapman River Regional Park, Mills Point Lookout, Mullewa and Coalseam Conservation Park between July and October

From @alsimagesphotography

16. Today we're on a paddle around Lord Howe Island

This New South Wales paradise can be reached in less than two hours by plane from Sydney or Brisbane. It's known as one of the most sustainable destinations in the world – about 75% of the island’s original natural vegetation remains intact and undisturbed, and its beaches, coral reef and marine environment are pristine

From @bonniewhitfield

17. Why hello spring, we meet again. It's the first day of spring here in Australia

which means sunny days, cool nights, colorful flowers and, of course, adorable baby animals The change of season has definitely arrived on Kangaroo Island, where spotted this furry fellow frolicking amongst the blooms while guiding a tour. Located off the coast of South Australia, Kangaroo Island is an incredible destination all year round, but is particularly lovely at this time of year

From @nikkiki73

18. Are we biased, or is Uluru looking mighty fine this evening?

this dreamy view of north Australia's iconic Red Centre, home to the local Anangu people. Taken high above Central AUS' Uluru Kata Tjuta National Park on a scenic flight, you too can witness the ancient wonders of Uluru and Kata Tjuta rise from the earth in all their brightly hued glory! Take your adventure to the next level

From @tessomewhere

19. Care to join us for a stroll through the world's oldest rainforest? At North Queensland 

Located in North Queensland and home to the Kuku Yalanji people, the Daintree Rainforest is the perfect place to disconnect as you immerse yourself in nature.  Where the journey is just as spectacular as the destination. As this Queensland cableway winds its way from Cairns to Kuranda, all you need to do is take in the epic panoramic views

From TT

20. Now, THIS is the kind of tropical island we wouldn't mind being stranded on, at the Family Islands

You're looking at the Family Islands archipelago on the Cassowary Coast. Located in Queensland, this collection of islands includes the well-known Dunk Island and the luxury resort, an all-inclusive escape featuring 10 private villas set in lush green rainforest, overlooking pristine turquoise waters. Sounds pretty idyllic right?

From to @schmidtdogg_

21. Well, aren't you looking rather sun-sational at Eyre Peninsula

Stunning shot of the Yanerbie sand dunes near Streaky Bay in South Australia. Home to the Wirungu people, follow the Westall Way Loop scenic drive and watch this spectacular stretch of coastline unfold before you. There are plenty of photogenic natural attractions to be found on this route, so be prepared to get snap happy

From @elleschembri

22. Your daily meditation starts now, this mesmerizing scene from Double Island Point in Queensland

This coastal headland sits within the Great Sandy National Park in Sunshine coast. Explore the area by hiking the Double Island Point walk along the high dunes from Rainbow Beach to the point, and be sure to stop for lunch on the headland to take in the incredible sweeping views over the ocean

From  @elle_fit

23. Honey, I bought a boat, we will set sail and explore the world

captured on a camping trip on Quandamooka Country (South Stradbroke Island) in Queensland's South Straddie, as it's known by locals, has amazing surfing, swimming and bushwalking with loads of native wildlife. We recommend pitching a tent at Tipplers Campground, or North and South Currigee, and fully exploring this Gold coast island

From  @keystoadventure and @elle_fit

24. When it's been a REALLY long day, at Ninety Mile Beach

were lucky to see this seal pup at Ninety Mile Beach in Gippsland over the weekend. Just over 4 hours from Melbourne, this 90-mile stretch of golden sand is one of Gippsland's most popular natural attractions (and the sweet local wildlife make it even better!) Extend your stay in this beautiful region and book in to one of four waterfront cabins

From @jettyroadretreat

25. Thank you for delivering the serenity we needed today Queensland, you are always amazing

this stellar shot while visiting Mount Mulligan Lodge in North Queensland. Set on a 28,000-hectare cattle station, this property accommodates just 20 guests at any one time, making for a seriously relaxing and private getaway. Reach this dreamy spot via a 35-minute scenic helicopter flight from Cairns or by hopping in a 4WD for a 2.5-hour road trip

From @wilsonarcherfilms

26. But mum, my legs are tired

caught this little koala joey hitching a ride with mum. This cutie is one of the new joeys to be born on Kangaroo Island this season, which is a wildlife haven and fabulous place to see an array of Aussie animals in the wild. You'll find plenty of koalas as well as kangaroos, Wedge-tailed Eagles, and echidnas on this South Australia island, as well as the famous sea lions at Sealbay

From @nikkiki73

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