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1. That's some view at North West Tasmania, amazing shot from above Mount Geryon

You're looking over the northern peak of Mount Geryon in the Du Cane Range, near Lake St Clair. Located at the southern end of the famous Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park, the lake marks the endpoint of Tasmania most iconic six-day walk, the Overland Track... so, who's ready for a hike?



From @beautyoftasmania

2. Heading to Outback Queensland for this incredible view, sunrise scene over Porcupine Gorge National Park, home to the Yirendali people

Known as Australia's "Little Grand Canyon" this phenomenon in Queensland showcases hundreds of millions of years of geological history. Pitch a tent at Pyramid Campground, and take the 1.2 km walking track to the bottom of the gorge to marvel at the natural formation called the Pyramid

From @reubennutt

3. We don't think we'll ever tire of this view, the dramatic landscape of Sellicks Beach in South Australia

An easy 45-minute drive from Adelaide, make sure to pack your swimmers as you won't want to miss out on the chance to swim, snorkel or kayak at this dreamy spot. After working up an appetite, head to the Victory hotel for some hearty pub food with a view, or set yourself up on the sand with some fish and chips

From @imlukemackenzie

4. Cape Hillsborough National Park is a popular spot to watch the sunrise, but you won't be the only ones enjoying the view

Every morning, clusters of friendly kangaroos and wallabies gather on the beach to forage and feed by the water’s edge. To ensure you don’t miss out on the action, we suggest staying at the nearby Cape Hillsborough for easy bed-to-beach access

From  @wheretheroadleads_

5. The idyllic waters of Mossman Gorge are exactly where we want to be right now, at the Daintree Rainforest in North Queensland

Yearning to get back to nature under the lush green canopy of Australia’s oldest rainforest; the Daintree Rainforest in North Queensland. Located just outside of port Douglas Daintree in Queensland, join a Ngadiku Dreamtime Walk with an Aboriginal guide at the Mossman Gorge visitor center, or float through the rainforest on a river drift snorkeling adventure tour

From @ashleydobson

6. Australia has some pretty stunning scenery up its sleeve, at Gadubanud, Cape Otway National Park

From snowy mountain ranges and lush green forests to vast red desert plains, our country is beautifully diverse with a strong Indigenous history. Pictured here is Gadubanud country, home to the Gunditjmara people (also known as Cape Otway National Park)

From TT

7. This colorful time of year in Western Australia

From June to November you can take your pick from a 'bouquet' of destinations across Coral Coast, Western Australia and Australia outback to witness a sea of blooms taking over the landscape. This particular spot is Coalseam Conservation Park, which also happens to provide excellent wildlife watching opportunities



From  @wildflowercountry

8. Now that's what we call a sunrise, at Busselton Jetty, Australia's South West

Home to the Wadandi people. A 2.5-hour drive south of Perth, this jetty stretches 1.841km out to sea, making it the perfect place to stretch your legs on a Margaret River Region road trip, don't you think? If you want to linger a little longer to explore the seaside town of Busselton

From @langley.in.the.fall

9. Kakadu National Park looks just as incredible from above

"there’s no better way to see Kakadu National Park" and we must agree, the views are pretty spectacular. Home to the Bininj/Mungguy people, this national park is home to some seriously impressive waterfalls. The falls are at their most spectacular during wet season (November to April), but can only be viewed from the air due to accessibility

From @wheretheroadleads_

10. This cheeky wallaby joey snuggled into its mumma’s pouch at Friendly Beaches, in East Coast Tasmania

Located in Freycinet National Park, you'll find beautiful clear water, white sandy beaches and of course some rather cute wildlife. Campsites are tucked between the​ coastal scrub at Isaacs Point, if you want to pitch a tent and stay a few days to explore this incredible part of Tasmania

From  @echidnacharlie

11. Buckle up - we're heading on an Australia outback adventure

Today, we're going off-road to Mundatharrda (Kennedy Range National Park). Located 3-hours from Carnarvon in Western Australia, make sure to visit Honeycomb Gorge and marvel at the fascinating cavities that have been eroded into the cliff face. Explore the dramatic landscape of Kennedy Range on a day tour or extend your stay and set up camp under the brilliant star-filled sky

From @imlukemackenzie

12. This is what a morning coffee at Ningaloo looks like

Sunrise view over Cape Range National Park on Coral Coast, Western Australia, gazing out to the turquoise waters of the World Heritage Ningaloo Reef. Home to the Jinigudera people, Ningaloo is known as the eco-adventure capital of Western Australia. A visit to the reef will have you swimming with the four resident species of turtles as well as whale sharks, dugongs, manta rays, dolphins and whales

From @the.out.fit's

13. Relaxing on Rottnest Island, or Wadjemup as it's known to the Whadjuk Noongar people

A ferry ride from Fremantle or Perth in Western Australia will get you to this delightful island, which is known not only for its beautiful beaches (and cute quokkas) but also for being a wonderfully sustainable destination. All cars are swapped for bicycles, around 25,000 trees are planted every year and almost 50% of energy is renewable due to their wind turbines and solar farms

From @rottnestexpress 

14. Who knows what type of whales were spotted off the coast of Shoalhaven?

This mum and her calf playing in the shallows off the south coast. Just 2-hours from Sydney, Yuin Country welcomes thousands of whales each year between May and November as they cruise past this stretch of coastline on their annual migration

From  @josh_burkinshaw

15. Nothing to see here...unless, of course, you're looking for complete paradise, at Hill Inlet, Whitsundays, Queensland, Australia

Located at the northern end of Whitehaven Beach in Queensland, the stunning swirls of Hill Inlet are best viewed from up high, so hike to the lookout at Tongue Point or hop aboard a scenic flight

From @_markfitz



16. Curiosity never looked so cute. was lucky enough to have a chat with this friendly pair of allied rock-wallabies while on Magnetic Island

Geoffrey Bay on the island is home to these sweet animals who can often be seen around dawn and dusk jumping from rock to rock and saying g'day to tourists. Adorable locals aside, this spot is also recommended as one of the top 10 snorkeling spots in Queensland

From @kimleeau

17. How's the serenity? You're gazing at the beautiful – a secluded coastal hideaway in Gerringong near Kiama

Just 90 minutes from Sydney, Ocean Farm sits on one of the last working farms skimming the coastline. Take a dip at nearby Werri Beach, sip wine in front of the fire, or simply relax in the sun (with the help of the friendly resident horses). Hit save to add this dreamy accommodation to your bucket list for when travel permits

From  @oceanfarm

18. No need for a map in North West Tasmania, the locals know the way

This was very handsome tour guide at Ronny Creek, the starting point of the famous Overland Track - a six-day alpine track through the magnificent Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park. It's not uncommon to spot a wombat or two in this part of Tasmania, so if you're planning to pull on your hiking boots and head out on an adventure, be sure to take your camera with you

From @meredithhockey

19. Kangaroo Island really does live up to its name, the sunset at Kangaroo Island

Herb Stichel captured this roo out for a morning skip near Emu Bay on Kangaroo island. With its beautiful bays, tranquil coves and safe swimming spots, it’s no wonder this stretch of coastline is a favorite amongst the locals! Work up an appetite as you swim with the dolphins on tour, before visiting the Emu bay lavender farm where you can delight in their lavender scones and homemade lavender ice-cream

From Herb Stichel

20. Looks like we're not the only ones enjoying this dreamy sunset

This idyllic moment at Minjerri bah camping. You'll find this seaside campground on Minjerribah (North Stradbroke Island), home to the Quandamooka people. To learn more about the traditional owners of this special part of Queensland, visit Saltwater Murris Aboriginal Art Gallery, or take part in an Indigenous tour or workshop

From  @kiahmorgan_

21. Mooloolaba Beach wears pink best. Enjoy this moment of calm from the Sunshine Coast, we're here waiting for you

From @lostrox_

22. Magical morning view, stunning scene while floating above Canberra

There's a lot to see and do on Ngunnawal country, and a blissful moment like this sure is the perfect way to kick-start your day. Follow a sunrise hot air balloon ride with a breakfast spread at one of Canberra's fabulous eateries

From @travelswithmichelle

23. We’ve saved you a seat at one of nature’s best shows! Welcome to the spectacular Kakadu National Park

Kakadu National Park looking mighty fine as they flew over this epic part. Home to the Bininj/Mungguy people, the park is a 3-hour drive from Darwin in north Australia. Embark on a self-drive road trip or join a guided safari and hit all the Top End highlights, including freshwater swimming holes, towering gorges and wetlands abundant in wildlife



From  @the_sandy_van

24. How many koala joeys are too many?

A big shout out to the Australian Reptile Park koala conservation breeding program which has resulted in six new babies joining their New South Wales family this season. This sweet little girl is Tippi - the eldest of the new additions. She loves belly scratches and is already a great climber. Tippi and the other joeys are extra special to the keepers at this Central Coast of New South Wales park, who have been working hard to make sure the koalas are reproducing to help the wellbeing and longevity of this iconic species

From @australianreptilepark

25. The Glasshouse Mountains in Sunshine Coast Hinterland have been here waiting for you for 27 million years

This family rocks! Aboriginal legend is that Mount Tibrogargan and Mount Beerwah are the mother and father of the many other surrounding mountains. Do you know the name of their eldest child?

From @noah.creative

26. Tassie, we 'lilac' you a lot. East Coast Tasmania looking beautiful with this rather fetching purple-hued sky

This is the sight from the top of Mount Amos in Freycinet National Park, overlooking the incredible Wineglass Bay. The 3-hour return hike to the summit is one of the best walks in the park (and did we mention the view!?) You can marvel at this crescent of sand from several other vantage points, like from the sky on a scenic flight, or by simply strolling along the beach itself


From @all.about.adventure 

27. There's never a dull moment when road tripping through South Australia, at Lake MacDonnell

When it comes to seriously impressive scenery, Lake MacDonnell in the Eyre Peninsula region is up there with the best. These brilliant contrasting colors come courtesy of salt-loving algae (who would have thought!)  Explore this striking part of South Australia, or simply hit the road and create your own adventure

From @david.jaske

27. This is actually the gorgeous Lord Howe Island, located just off the coast of New South Wales

Leave the pace of modern life behind you as you kick back on the island and delight in the fresh air, coastal vibes and lush mountainous views. The best part? There’s no phone reception on the island, meaning it’s the perfect excuse to completely switch off and enjoy

From @kyle.bowman

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