1. Kosciuszko National Park, New South Wales.
2. The Abrolhos Islands, Western Australia.
3. The Australian Alps.
4. The Barossa Valley, South Australia.
5. The Bay of Fires, Tasmania.
6. Cape Range National Park, Western Australia.
7. Claustral Canyon, Blue Mountains.
8. Coober Pedy, South Australia.
9. Daintree National Park, Queensland.
10. Fraser Island, Queensland.
Stretching over 120km making it the world's largest sand island, Fraser Island is the perfect site for camping enthusiasts and beach bums alike.
11. Gibb River Road, Western Australia.
12. The Glass House Mountains, Queensland.
13. Halls Gap, Victoria.
14. The Great Barrier Reef, Queensland.
Visible from space, the world's largest coral reef is an absolute must-see.
15. Kakadu National Park, Northern Territory.
16. Kangaroo Island, South Australia.
Just off the mainland of South Australia, Kangaroo Island features several nature reserves to protect the native plant and animal life.
17. Sublime Point, Leura, New South Wales.
18. Lord Howe Island, New South Wales.
19. Port Lincoln, South Australia.
Known as the "Seafood Capital of Australia" and home to our largest commercial fishing fleet, Port Lincoln is a stunning way to experience the beauty of the Eyre Peninsula.
20. Shark Bay, Western Australia.
21. Shell Beach, Western Australia.
22. Sydney Harbour, New South Wales.
23. Tamar Valley, Tasmania.
24. Karlu Karlu, Devils Marbles Conservation Reserve, Northern Territory.
The Devil's Marbles are huge boulders scattered across a wide valley within the conservation reserve.
25. The Hunter Valley, New South Wales.
26. The Pinnacles, Western Australia.
The Pinnacles are naturally occurring limestone formations within the Nambung National Park in Western Australia, and their beauty is best captured during sunrise or sunset, when the colours and shadows are awe-inspiring.