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Swap the bright city lights for bright orange chasm walls Standley Chasm is a Re…

Swap the bright city lights for bright orange chasm walls ?Standley Chasm is a Red Centre must-do, offering a multitude of breathtaking scenes with it’s rich-coloured rock and walking tracks for all levels. Our tip – visit at midday when the sun overhead lights up the chasm walls! @angkerlestandleychasm is only a 40 minute drive west ...

You could think this is a shot from the Maldives or somewhere in the Bahamas, bu…

You could think this is a shot from the Maldives or somewhere in the Bahamas, but truth be told, you’ll find it a 20-minute drive south of Surfers Paradise. ? Often whipping up spectacularly clear views like this captured by @mitchellpettigrew, is the popular swimming spot of Tallebudgera Creek. Found in between Palm Beach and ...

Gorge yourself on adventure in Hop in a canoe at Nitmiluk ( Gorge and paddle d…

Gorge yourself on adventure in @VisitKatherine! ? Hop in a canoe at Nitmiluk (#Katherine) Gorge and paddle down the ancient river system, spotting wildlife, hidden waterfalls and Aboriginal rock art. All canoe adventures begin with a scenic journey by boat through the first gorge before canoeists take to the waters to explore the second gorge ...

Take a stroll around the headland at Kirra to be greeted with views like these s…

Take a stroll around the headland at Kirra to be greeted with views like these snapped by @mytravelpics84. ? Connecting you to the iconic point break adored by surfers from the wide open spaces of Queen Elizabeth Park, this seaside boardwalk is a must when staying on the southern end. ? Completely accessible and wheelchair-friendly, ...

Spotted: Giant koala making a splash at Apollo Bay How lucky was to see this …

Spotted: Giant koala making a splash at Apollo Bay ? ? How lucky was @vanessa_snap_happy to see this furry fellow soaking up some beach scenery in the @visitgreatoceanroad region of Victoria earlier this year. Of course, this koala isn’t really super-sized, but funnily enough, #koalas in the southern parts of Australia are actually considerably larger ...