Australia is an awesome place to travel, with some amazing locations to capture your adventures. Whether it’s your annual family Christmas holiday or you just want to explore more of the land down under, there’s plenty of great places to visit in Australia. From iconic Australian snorkelling spots to desert getaways, here are 8 instagrammable Australian holiday destinations:
This iconic holiday spot is a perfect place to take the family. Kids will have a great time trying to fund Nemo and Dory - this is equally fun for big kids. While you’re visiting Queensland's natural wonder, you can also take in the surrounding sights. The Daintree Rainforest is less than an hour drive from Port Douglas. At this World Heritage listed site you can take a tour and see native wildlife and ancient plants. You won't be left wanting for the perfect place to snap a photo of your holiday.
There’s so much to see and do in this beautiful part of the country. Just over an hour’s drive from Melbourne, it’s an easy holiday destination get to. Once you’re there, you’ll be spoilt for choice when it comes to things to do. There are maze gardens, hot springs, delicious food and wine and beautiful scenic drives to name a few. Plenty of settings for you to capture your holiday memories.
Home to the Quokka, the only mammal native to Rottnest Island. You’ll be very likely to have an opportunity to snap a selfie with these friendly locals. After you’ve finished your photo-op with the native mammals, you can make your way around the island. There are a number of tours you can do. From walking, segway and bus tours, there are things to do with any member of the family.
Located in the Blue Mountains, Katoomba is just over 1.5 hours drive from Sydney. It’s home to the world's steepest railway incline, which you can ride. While visiting, you can take in views of the beautiful rock formations. The Three Sisters is probably the most famous of them all. Aboriginal legend has it that the three sisters from the Katoomba tribe were turned to stone. You can read more about them here.
Named Bay of Fires in 1773 by english navy captain, Tobias Furneaux, after he saw Aboriginal fires burning along the beaches. The contrasting colours of the blue water and orange coloured boulders at The Bay of Fires are a sight to see. There are about 40 beaches in the Bay of Fires, so plenty of beautiful places to explore. It's just under 4 hours drive from Hobart.