Australians are more likely to take a holiday in their own country than to head overseas, according to a report from Stayz. It’s no wonder with views like these.
These 42 Australia photos will make you want to travel all around the land Down Under.
Tallebudgera Creek, Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia.
Heart Reef on the Great Barrier Reef Queensland, Australia
After a long 4WD trip, Jim Jim Falls are a welcome sight.
Bondi isn’t just famous for the beach. The Icebergs club at the Southern End is one of the most photographed spots in Sydney.
This amazing pink lake is a natural landmark in Western Australia. What causes the pink colour is up for debate, but it is most likely from the microorganisms that live in the salt water.
Cradle Mountain and Dove Lake in Tasmania.
Whitehaven Beach in the Whitsundays has some of the whitest sand in the world. It’s beautiful from the shore.
But it’s even better from above.
Rainbow Cliffs – Nhulunbuy, Arnhem Land Australia.
You can easily snorkel around the wreck on Heron Island, Great Barrier Reef, Australia.
Mungo National Park is like a moonscape.
Australia isn’t just about beaches. The rivers are spectacular too. The Murray River. FACTS HERE>
The beginning of the Mala Walk, Uluru, Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, Northern Territory, Australia. Picture: Shutterstock
Burleigh Heads is less well-known than Surfers Paradise. You will love the view here.
At Tangalooma in Queensland the dolphins swim up to the beach to say hello.
The Blue Mountains are about an hour west of the Sydney CBD.
Off road in Western Australia, Broome, Kimberley.
Nitmilik Gorge Northern Territory Australia. Picture: Shutterstock
Fraser Island is the best place to camp in Australia. These lakes are actually filled with freshwater.
Minnamurra rainforest near Kiama in New South Wales, Australia.
Turquoise Bay, Cape Range National Park, Western Australia.
Montague Island on the NSW South Coast is home to hundreds of seals.
Bridestowe Lavender Estate, Tasmania, Australia is spectacular when the lavender is in bloom.
Beerbarrel Beach is one of Tasmania’s hidden gems.
Love wine? You have to visit South Australia’s Barossa Valley.
Gunlum Falls, Kakadu National Park, NT
The Gold Coast is where the highrise meets the ocean.
The Hunter Valley is another fantastic wine region in New South Wales, Australia.
The Twelve Apostles on the Great Ocean Road, Victoria, Australia
Take a walk through Kosciuszko National Park and climb Australia’s highest mountain.
Rottnest has beautiful beaches with bright, blue water. It’s also home to quokas.
Aerial photography of Cape Range National Park and Ningaloo Reef, Exmouth Western Australia
Wentworth Falls can be found in the Blue Mountains NSW. The hike is easy enough to do with kids.
Horizontal Falls, WA is one of the rarest places on earth.
These beautiful sandblows form when strong winds break through the vegetation cover, driving sand from the eroding dunes into new formations.
Fitzroy Island is only a 30-minute boat ride from Cairns. Picture: Fitzroy Island Resort
An aerial view of King George Falls in the Kimberley region of Western Australia.
If you go to Sydney, you should venture north of the harbour to see some of these incredible beaches.
If you’re in Tasmania, you may be able to see the Southern Lights at night.
Bruny Island Neck View of the isthmus connecting the North and South of Bruny Island, southern Tasmania.
Hamersley Gorge, Spa Pool, Karijini National Park, North West, Western Australia