Australia has a myriad of beautiful landscapes from coral reefs with diverse ecosystems to pristine white sand beaches and majestic canyons.
- Lizard Island
Located on the Great Barrier Reef, the Lizard Island looks like a fairy tale place with 24 pristine white sand beaches, lush green forests and clear blue lakes right by the sea.
- Gippsland Lake Network, Victoria
With an area of over 600 km2, the Gippsland lake and swamp network is a must-visit for adventurous travelers. It has everything from coastal sand dunes to beautiful lakes and a variety of wildlife.
- Fairlight Swimming Pool, New South Wales
New South Wales is famous for nearly 100 ocean swimming pools, where visitors can immerse in the cool blue sea. In particular, Fairlight swimming pool is most impressive with beautiful views of the sea and quiet space.
- Kangaroo Island
Located about 15km off the southern coast of Australia, the island has its current name because it is home to many kangaroos. Visitors can spot this species all over the island. In addition, it is also famous for its rock structures and beautiful scenery.
- Kalbarri National Park
Kalbarri National Park is located around the Murchison River in western Australia. It is famous for a canyon made of red and white sandstone. Guests can also freely explore the area of 186,000 hectares, with countless beautiful landscapes.
- Cape York Peninsula, Queensland
Near the quaint town of Laura, you’ll find some orange rocks with ancient drawings. Some works of art are believed to be over 20,000 years old. The Kuku-Yalanji, the owners of this land, directly guide visitors to learn about their culture and history.
- Kakadu National Park
Located in the Northern Territory, Australia’s largest national park has been home to Aboriginal Aboriginal people for over 65,000 years. It impresses with swamps, rivers, sandstone structures and caves. Kakadu National Park is also recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
- Hardy Reef, Queensland
Hardy coral ecosystem has many types of marine creatures, including sea turtles, sharks, barracuda, etc. Therefore this place is a popular destination for snorkelers and scuba divers.
- Katherine Gorge
Katherine Gorge is formed through erosion that has lasted for billions of years. This wonder actually consists of 13 separate sandy canyons and there are many trails for visitors to explore and photograph the beautiful landscape here.
- Maria Island, Tasmania
Located off the west coast of Tasmania, Maria Island is famous for its historical ruins, beautiful bays and sea cliffs. The island is also home to wildlife such as bats, kangaroos and Tasmanian demons.