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15 Instagrammers Show Us Their Favourite Aussie Spots

There's no shortage of stunning landscapes in Australia. These Instagrammers shared their own MySecretOz – an initiative encouraging people to capture their everyday inspiration.

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1. Kata Tjuta

Uluru is the main drawcard for visitors going to the Northern Territory, so many miss out on Kata Tjuta, also known as The Olgas.Photo by: Lauren Bath
Courtesy of Lauren Bath / Via Instagram: @laurenepbath

Uluru is the main drawcard for visitors going to the Northern Territory, so many miss out on Kata Tjuta, also known as The Olgas.


Photo by: Lauren Bath

2. Trees of Brisbane at Nudgee Beach

Brisbane's majestic trees reflected on the water on a clear day are what inspires this photographer.Photo by: Reichlyn A.
Courtesy of Reichlyn / Via Instagram: @rikerama

Brisbane's majestic trees reflected on the water on a clear day are what inspires this photographer.

Photo by: Reichlyn A.

3. Sunrise on Palm Beach, Queensland

Sure, sunrises happen every day. But once in a while, their beauty will take your breath away.Photo by: Andrew Bartholomew
Courtesy of Andrew Bartholomew / Via Instagram: @surfistatomato

Sure, sunrises happen every day. But once in a while, their beauty will take your breath away.

Photo by: Andrew Bartholomew

4. Secret Sydney Rooftops

There's something truly secretive about looking down from a bird's-eye view of Sydney.Photo by: Vinh Pham
Courtesy of Vinh Pham / Via Instagram: @vinhphams

There's something truly secretive about looking down from a bird's-eye view of Sydney.


Photo by: Vinh Pham

5. The Bogey Hole, Newcastle

This awesome swimming spot by the ocean in Newcastle provides inspiration for swimmers and photographers alike.Photo by: Carla Dibbs
Courtesy of Carla Dibbs / Via Instagram: @carlitadibbs

This awesome swimming spot by the ocean in Newcastle provides inspiration for swimmers and photographers alike.

Photo by: Carla Dibbs

6. Caves Beach

Caves Beach in NSW is a secluded spot tucked away under the cliffs and a great place to catch the sunrise.Photo by: Rob Mulally
Courtesy of Rob Mullaly / Via Instagram: @robmulally

Caves Beach in NSW is a secluded spot tucked away under the cliffs and a great place to catch the sunrise.

Photo by: Rob Mulally

7. Anzac Bridge

One of Sydney's most striking landmarks, best enjoyed from a distance on a clear day.Photo by: Mark Cushway
Courtesy of Mark Cushway / Via Instagram: @mark_pc

One of Sydney's most striking landmarks, best enjoyed from a distance on a clear day.

Photo by: Mark Cushway

8. Minnamurra Rainforest

With its striking greens, this rainforest in NSW is perfect to visit after a heavy day of rain. Utter serenity.Photo by: Denise Kwong
Courtesy of Denise Kwong / Via Instagram: @twistdee

With its striking greens, this rainforest in NSW is perfect to visit after a heavy day of rain. Utter serenity.

Photo by: Denise Kwong

9. An Ombre Sky at Jindabyne

A magnificent winter sunset over pines, on the way back from a snow trip in Jindabyne, NSW.Photo by: Taylah Nilsson
Courtesy of Taylah Nilsson / Via Instagram: @taylahnilsson

A magnificent winter sunset over pines, on the way back from a snow trip in Jindabyne, NSW.

Photo by: Taylah Nilsson

10. A Scenic Morning Run in Sydney

There's no better way to wake up in the morning... and to be inspired to "keep going".Photo by: Beaut Lotus
Courtesy of Beaut Lotus / Via Instagram: @beautlotus

There's no better way to wake up in the morning... and to be inspired to "keep going".

Photo by: Beaut Lotus

11. Mount Wellington, Tasmania

Wellington Park stretches out for kilometres, and the mountain is a much-loved source of inspiration and refuge for locals and visitors. A true winter wonderland.Photo by: Matt Glastonbury
Courtesy of Matt Glastonbury / Via Instagram: @mattglastonbury

Wellington Park stretches out for kilometres, and the mountain is a much-loved source of inspiration and refuge for locals and visitors. A true winter wonderland.

Photo by: Matt Glastonbury

12. Sugar Pine Forest

The cathedral of trees in Sugar Pine Forest is truly one of Australia's hidden treasures. This magical land is tucked away in Laurel Hill, NSW.Photo by: William Patino
Courtesy of William Patino / Via Instagram: @william_patino

The cathedral of trees in Sugar Pine Forest is truly one of Australia's hidden treasures. This magical land is tucked away in Laurel Hill, NSW.

Photo by: William Patino

13. The Grampians

Regain your balance and refresh your view on the Pinnacle Walk in Wonderland, part of the Grampians, Victoria.Photo by: Mark Lobo
Courtesy of Mark Lobo / Via Instagram: @marklobo

Regain your balance and refresh your view on the Pinnacle Walk in Wonderland, part of the Grampians, Victoria.

Photo by: Mark Lobo

14. Gunlom Falls, Kakadu National Park

At the top of the falls in Kakadu National Park, NT, is a pristine swimming hole with magnificent views over the valley below. Photo by: Ytravel blog
Courtesy of Caz & Craig Makepeace / Via yTravelBlog.com

At the top of the falls in Kakadu National Park, NT, is a pristine swimming hole with magnificent views over the valley below.

Photo by: Ytravel blog

15. Luna Park, Sydney

It doesn't matter where you are in Oz, you can always find unexpected symmetry and beauty in your surroundings.Photo by: Samah El Ali
Courtesy of Samah El Ali / Via Instagram: @poeticwordvomit

It doesn't matter where you are in Oz, you can always find unexpected symmetry and beauty in your surroundings.

Photo by: Samah El Ali

View the full gallery here.

You can also check out internationally acclaimed photographer David LaChapelle's MySecretOz here.