Rising abruptly out of the Western Victorian plains, the Grampians has long been a magnet for artists of all genres – including photography.
One of Australia’s more attractive offshore islands, Lord Howe Island is a great place for nature photographers.
The Chambers Pillar Historical Reserve in the Northern Territory is spectacular and has historical and cultural significance.
Tasmania’s West Coast offers a diversified wilderness experience with endless opportunities to explore and photograph.
An easy drive from Alice Springs, takes you into some attractive shooting spots without requiring an off-road vehicle.
Just north of the Gawler Ranges in South Australia, Lake Gairdner National Park provides a wilderness experience with high scenic, aesthetic and wilderness qualities.
Less than a day’s drive from Sydney, the Wollemi National Park is a World Heritage site containing spectacular scenery, ancient Aboriginal rock art and plenty of interesting wildlife.
You can best enjoy the pristine wilderness and spectacular landscapes of one of Tasmania’s most popular tourist attractions by visiting in the cooler months.
The Great Ocean Road has a magic all its own. Just a few hours from Melbourne it’s an area of great diversity, from stunning seascapes to brilliant forests of ferns and ancient trees. It’s a fabulous and dramatic drive along the coast line, with a myriad of hidden treasures for the landscape photographer.
An oasis in the spectacular northern Flinders Ranges with plenty to delight photographers.