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100 Places In Australia That Will Blow Your Mind

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1. The white sands of Whitehaven Beach in the Whitsundays

2. The Bungle Bungles in the Kimberley Region

3. Melbourne’s very own Pink Lake

4. A Shell only beach – Shell Beach!

5. Twin Falls in Kakadu National Park

6. The vastness of Carlo Sand Blow in Rainbow Beach

7. The walking trails of Lamington National Park

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Lamington National Park – Jussarian flickr

8. 1770 – where the Great Barrier Reef meets Australia’s surf coast

9. Any of Australia’s 8,222 islands

10. Any of Australia’s “Big Things”

11. Australia’s only landmark that was designed on the concept of an Orange – the Sydney Opera House

12. The “in the middle of nowhereness” of Cape Tribulation

13. The strange little hippie community of Nimbin

14. The Quokka – an Australian animal unique to Rottnest Island

quokka on rottnest island
Quokka from flickr

15. The views along the Bondi to Coogee Coastal Walk

16. Florence Falls, Litchfield National Park

17. Ningaloo Reef in Western Australia

18. The Koalas exploring Magnetic Island

19. Uluru – the world’s largest single rock

20. An inner city lagoon overlooking Brisbane River

21. The Bathing Boxes and views of Melbourne from Brighton Beach

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Brighton Beach Bathing Boxes – iStock

22. The weirdness of Australia’s UFU Capital – Wycliffe Well

23. Any of the 10,085 beaches!

24. The historic and alternative streets of Fremantle

25. The world’s oldest living organism – the Stromatolites

26. “Cassius” – the world’s oldest living Crocodile on Green Island

27. Perth – the world’s most isolated city

28. Sunsets from the Lighthouse in Byron Bay

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Byron Bay lighthouse walk

29. The underground opal mining town of Coober Pedy

30. The world’s largest sand island – Fraser Island

31. The Thermal Springs south of Darwin

32. The No Swimming “Crocodile” signs in Cairns

33. The hippie village of Kuranda just by Cairns

34. Views of Wineglass Bay, Tasmania

35. Luna Park – the infamous smile overlooking Melbourne’s beach side suburb, St Kilda

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Luna Park Melbourne – pixabay

36. Views from Australia’s tallest mountain – Mt Kosciusko

37. The rare phenomenon “Stairway to the Moon” in Broome

38. The Whale Sharks of Exmouth, Western Australia

39. The waterfalls and swimming holes of Kalbarri National Park

40. The white moon like sand dunes of Lancelin

41. The eeriness of the Pinnacle Desert in WA

42. The graffiti lined laneways of Melbourne – Hosier Lane & DeGraves Street are our favs!

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Laneway Grafitti

43. Swimming with the Great White Sharks in Port Lincoln

44. Skydiving and landing on Mission Beach

45. The Fossil capital of Australia – The Willandra Lakes Region

46. The Winery Region in Hunter Valley

47. The Surf Coast by Margaret River

48. The “nothingness” of the Nullarbor

49. Noosa’s Everglades System

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Noosa Everglades

50. The views from a scenic flight over the Whitsunday Islands

51. Swimming with Seals in Port Lincoln

52. The walking trails of Cradle Mountain

53. The abundance of wildlife on Kangaroo Island

54. The enormous gorges and rivers of King’s Canyon

55. The underground sinkhole in Mt Gambier

56. The Twelve Apostles on the Great Ocean Road

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12 Apostles – depositphotos

57. Watching the Turtles hatch in Bundaberg

58. Swimming with Crocs at Crocosaurus Cove

59. The rainforest walks in the Dandenong Ranges

60. Gold Coast’s famous Theme Parks

61. Wave Rock, Western Australia

62. Bungy Jumping in the Rainforest in Cairns

63. The Penguin Parade on Phillip Island

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Penguin Parade – Bunyip Tours

64. The untouched beaches of Fitzroy Island

65. Australia’s Beef Capital – Rockhampton

66. Loch Ard Gorge, Great Ocean Road

67. Views from the world’s highest natural pyramid – Walsh’s Pyramid

68. The dolphin feeding hot spot of Monkey Mia

69. Hawkins Point, Magnetic Island

70. Climbing the steps of the Sydney Harbour Bridge

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Sydney Opera House steps – pixabay

71. The spectacular Jenolan Caves in New South Wales

72. The scary historic, convict site of Tasmania’s Port Arthur

73. The views from the ferry ride to Manly Beach

74. Kiama Blowhole in New South Wales

75. The circular rocks in the middle of the desert – Devil’s Marbles

76. Untouched surf along 90 Mile Beach

77. Millaa Millaa Falls in the Atherton Tablelands

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The famous Millaa Millaa Falls in Atherton Tablelands

78. Aboriginal Rock Art in the Ikara-Flinders Ranges National Park

79. The giant sand dunes on Moreton Island

80. The views from Mount Oberon in Wilson’s Promontory

81. Grampians National Park

82. Lake Eyre – a giant salt lake in Australia’s outback

83. Passage Peak Walk on Hamilton Island

84. Scuba Diving on the Great Barrier Reef

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Scuba Diving on the Reef – depositphotos

85. The clear lakes of Stradbroke National Park

86. The ‘decorations’ at Daly Waters Outback Pub

87. The knob like rock formations of Murphy’s Haystacks

88. Sunset on Mindil Beach in Darwin

89. The aboriginal significance of Arnhem Land

90. Secluded beaches along the Mornington Peninsula

91. Spot for Kangaroos along the beaches of Cape Le Grand National Park

92. The world’s steepest scenic railway of the Blue Mountains

93. Kuranda’s scenic rainforest Cable Car

Kuranda Scenic Railway
By HannahChen [CC0 or CC0], via Wikimedia Commons
94. The tree top walks of Tamborine Mountain

95. 360 degree views of Melbourne from Eureka Skydeck

96. Kayaking through Katherine Gorge

97. The southern hemisphere’s longest jetty in Busselton

98. Noosa National Park – try and spot Koalas!

99. Wolfe Creek Crater

100. Any of the 19 UNESCO World Heritage Listed Sites!

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