Best Photo Spots in Australia - Page 2


Sunset would have to be the best time to photograph at Docklands, vibrant colours reflecting off the waters and silhouettes of boats make for eye catching images. (more…)

Natural Bridge

In the Springbrook National Park, South East Queensland near the border of New South Wales the walk to Natural Bridge is relatively easy but beautiful. The bridge itself is stunning from beneath and from above. At night you can see glow worms. (more…)

Wollumbin – Mount Warning

Mt Warning or Wollumbin (which is aboriginal for cloud catcher) is part of the remnants of a now extinct volcano. The surrounding valleys are extremely fertile and green due to the volcanic soil. Seen from the top of the mountain the area is most beautiful at sunrise, although this involves...

Clarrie Hall Dam

Aside from being the source of water for the Tweed Shire this is a lovely, picturesque recreational area with lovely picnic areas, surrounded by untouched wilderness with views to Wollumbin - Mount Warning. There is abundant flora and fauna such as water lilies and swans. (more…)

Australian War Memorial

As the name suggest this is a memorial to soldiers who have sacrificed their lives for our country. It's a humbling place to visit, but is also interesting aesthetically. There is also a great vantage point of Parliament House across Lake Burley Griffin. (more…)

Norries Headland

Another of the gorgeous headlands along Tweed Coast, this one is a fairly large one with a short walk to the top for some expansive ocean views, perfect for whale watching. Surfers frequent the waves beneath to the north and to the left is a long expanse of fairly remote...

Murray River

You're best bet is to get out on the river on a houseboat, these can be hired in many places. The river has many aesthetically interesting and photographic spots, I've just focussed on Blanchetown. There are lots of dead trees poking out of the water which makes for a nice,...

Binalong Bay

The bay of fires is so named due to the red lichen covering the rocks along the coast, and has been named one of the best beaches in the world. It's remote and un-touched, wild and natural with beautiful, crystal clear waters. (more…)

The Twelve Apostles

No great Australian road trip would be complete without the inclusion of the Great Ocean Road. The name says it all. Along the way there are many gorgeous towns and look-outs. The Twelve Apostles are spectacular but a little further up the road you'll find another great spot called the...