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    34 Places In Australia That Look Like They Were Made For Instagram

    And they're not even all just beaches.

    1. Gunlom Falls, NT

    2. Hill Inlet, Qld.

    3. Pink Lake, WA

    4. Cradle Mountain National Park, Tas.

    5. The Blue Mountains, NSW

    6. Boroka Lookout, Vic.

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    I would personally rather die than climb out on that ledge, but oh boy does the Instagram opportunity make it worth it. This lookout in the Grampians has one of the best views in the state. Best of all, it's accessible by car – no hiking required.

    7. Babinda Boulders, Qld.

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    Just south of Cairns, this swimming hole set in the middle of lush rainforest is a perfect place to cool off in the middle of summer.

    8. Sherbrooke Forest, Vic.

    9. Glass House Mountains, Qld.

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    The Glass House Mountains are a group of hills clustered together near the Sunshine Coast. Once you get up the top, they offer panoramic views of the forests below.

    10. Jervis Bay, NSW

    11. Broome, WA

    12. Wineglass Bay, Tas.

    13. Fraser Island, Qld.

    14. Glasshouse Rocks, NSW

    15. The Twelve Apostles, Vic.

    16. Karijini National Park, WA

    17. Sydney Harbour, NSW

    18. The Breakaways, SA

    19. Bay of Fires, Tas.

    20. Armidale, NSW

    21. Kangaroo Island, SA

    22. Boranup Forest, WA

    23. Coffin Bay, SA

    24. The Cape Byron Lighthouse, NSW

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    Byron is paradise, and is high on most travellers' must-see lists. But if you don't walk up to the lighthouse for stunning views of the bay, did you even really visit it at all?

    25. The Otways, Vic.

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    Another very fairytale-esque forest, Otway National Park is a temperate rainforest with giant trees and tranquil pools.

    26. Cape Hillsborough, Qld.

    27. Lord Howe Island, NSW

    28. Flinders, Vic.

    29. Wallaman Falls, Qld.

    30. Rottnest Island, WA

    31. Bondi to Coogee walk, NSW

    32. Kings Canyon, NT

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    Walking up to the top of the red cliffs of Kings Canyon is beyond rewarding, with amazing views of the forest below, and land stretching out to the horizon.

    33. Innes National Park, SA

    34. Kata Tjuta, NT

    UPDATE

    A previous version of this post had an incorrect photo for the Pink Lake. Sorry!

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