Australia is one of the most vast and geographically diverse countries in the world. Shaped by hundreds of millions of years of tectonic activity and isolation from the rest of the planet, this beautiful island we call home has developed a rich and varied array of landscapes and ecosystems, the likes of which can be found in no other place on Earth.
Contrary to popular belief, Australia is not a giant dust bowl! From the lush rainforests of Far North Queensland, to the towering eucalypts of the Huon Valley; from the dazzling white sand of WA's Lucky Bay to the red earth of the Simpson Desert; from the lofty heights Mt Kosciuszko to underwater kingdom of the Great Barrier Reef... There's definitely plenty to see.
State by state (and wherever possible, looking beyond the typical 'touristy' picks), we've chosen the most breathtaking pieces of natural beauty in Australia. We know you can't wait to get out there and see them in person!
Known for its rugged highlands, towering forests and dramatic coastlines, the Tasman Sea-straddling state of Victoria can be simply breathtaking at times. Here's our list of the most beautiful landscapes from across Victoria!
Queensland is Australia's very own tropical paradise. Home to stunning beaches, dense rainforests, and a staggering quotient of biodiversity, QLD is an impressive testament to our country's natural beauty. Here's our picks for the stunning pieces of nature across the Sunshine State.