1. Hinchinbrook Island
2. Seal Bay, Kangaroo Island
You haven't truly lived until you've taken a nap on the beach with a sleepy Australian sea lion. Aside from the fact that they're insanely cute, they're also one of the rarest species in the world. Go and meet them on Kangaroo Island, South Australia.
3. Cable Beach, Broome
4. The Great Barrier Reef
5. Cape Tribulation, Daintree National Park
6. Iron Blow in Queenstown, Tasmania
7. The Twelve Apostles
8. Port Lincoln, South Australia
10. The Devil's Marbles
More rocks, you say? Yes. You have to see these too. These giant granite boulders started on their path to becoming the Devil's Marbles millions of years ago. They're casually balanced in the middle of nowhere about 400 km north of Alice Springs in the Northern Territory.