1. Heart Reef, Queensland.
2. Kata Tjuta, Northern Territory.
3. Lake Ballard sculptures, Western Australia.
4. The Bay of Fires, Tasmania.
5. Whitehaven Beach, Queensland.
6. The Pinnacles, Western Australia.
7. Nullarbor Plain, Western Australia.
8. Bungle Bungles, Western Australia.
9. Wave Rock, Western Australia.
10. The Devil's Marbles, Northern Territory.
11. Lake Hillier, Western Australia.
This bubble-gum pink lake on the Recherche Archipelago off the coast of Esperance is (most likely) caused by a saltwater tolerant algae which for some reason thrives here and nowhere else in Australia – scientists still haven't totally worked it out! The lake is best viewed from the air.
12. Langgi Beach, Western Australia.
13. Burramoko Ridge, Blue Mountains, NSW.
Only a couple of hours from Sydney in the Blue Mountains near Blackheath, Hanging Rock and Burramoko Ridge offer the kind of incredible wilderness views you'd associate with remote areas of the Rockies.