34 Places In Australia That Look Like They Were Made For Instagram

1. Gunlom Falls, NT

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At the top of Gunlom Falls in Kakadu National Park is a natural pool which is the perfect place to cool off or watch the sunset.

2. Hill Inlet, Qld.


Whitehaven Beach is well-known for its incredibly soft sand and clear water, but Hill Inlet at the northern end of the beach is honestly breathtaking. The area is famous for its swirling sand patterns, which can be seen from the air or from one of the hills lining the beach.

3. Pink Lake, WA

Postcard II 💞 #pinklake #australia

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There’s a lake near Esperance which is completely pink. It has something to do with the water salinity, temperature, and algae growth, but all you really need to know is that it’s Instagrammable AF.

5. The Blue Mountains, NSW

Finding hidden caves and shelter within the mountains

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Whether you visit the Three Sisters, go chasing waterfalls, or tackle a long hike, the Blue Mountains National Park is choc-full of photo opps.

6. Boroka Lookout, Vic.

#grampians #borokalookout

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I would personally rather die than climb out on that ledge, but oh boy does the Instagram opportunity make it worth it. This lookout in the Grampians has one of the best views in the state. Best of all, it’s accessible by car – no hiking required.

7. Babinda Boulders, Qld.

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Just south of Cairns, this swimming hole set in the middle of lush rainforest is a perfect place to cool off in the middle of summer.

8. Sherbrooke Forest, Vic.

Lost in grace.

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The early morning fog in this forest makes you feel like you’re in a fairytale, and is well worth waking up for. Set in the Dandenong Ranges, it’s only 40km outside of Melbourne and the perfect place for a day trip.

9. Glass House Mountains, Qld.

Picture perfect🌅⛰

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The Glass House Mountains are a group of hills clustered together near the Sunshine Coast. Once you get up the top, they offer panoramic views of the forests below.

10. Jervis Bay, NSW

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Jervis Bay is a collection of beaches and parks, and is said to have some of the whitest sand in the world. Whether you’re there to swim, hike, or camp, your Instagram will be lit.



Jemima Skelley



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