Australia is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful places on earth not to mention one of the best places to live in. this continent has no lack of beaches, forests, deserts and valleys and for travellers who wish to explore the place inside out, there is so much to be seen and so much to experience that you might as well move here for a while. There are so many diverse landscapes and vistas that is makes for some really great photo opportunities. Here are the five most picturesque locations in Australia of which you can take some of the best photographs that you ever will.
The lake Mackenzie is reputed as being one of the most beautiful and clean lakes in all of the world. It is located on the spectacular Fraser Island, which is in itself, a massive attraction and a vastly beautiful place with breathtaking vistas. The geological features that can be found in this freshwater body include the absolutely clean silica and the turquoise blue colour of the waters. If you can capture a few images of this place, it will look like magic on reel.
The Adelaide Hills
Do you absolutely love trees, hills and more trees? Then the Adelaide Hills is the place for you to be. It is also one of Australia’s reputed wine producing areas and during the seasons of autumn and spring, the area transforms into nothing short of heaven. The hills fill u with beautiful rustic shades and seem to emit a sort of light that can be caught beautifully on the lens of your camera. Plan your trip accordingly so that you can get there at the right time.
The Fleurieu Peninsula is another great place in Adelaide to go for beautiful photo shoots. The colour of the waters is almost an electric blue and the sands are clean along the miles of coasts. There are massive sprawling mountains, beautiful and verdant vineyards and many farms alive with flora and fauna that will give you the best possible photographs of your life.
The Daintree Rainforest
There are beautiful rainforests in Australia that really deserve a visit. The Daintree Rainforest is one that has so much bio –diversity that it will make you hold your breath the sheer variety of wildlife and indigenous plants is enough to create some one of a kind photo frames here.
The Cape Tribulation area lies adjoining the Wet Tropics Heritage site and the Daintree Rainforest which makes it very easy for you to go here if you have visited the rainforest. The setting of the cape with the land and the water meeting looks like an oil painting that has been drawn perfectly. You have to see it to know what it feels like!