1. ULURU, NT
While it is hard to take a bad photograph of Uluru, the best time to snap the rock is at dawn or dusk when you can really see the colours. To add contrast, go in the cooler months when the surroundings are green. Visit travelnt.com.
2. SEA CLIFF BRIDGE, NSW
There’s a reason many car adverts are shot here, just an hour’s drive south of Sydney. The cantilevered Sea Cliff Bridge juts out over the Pacific with rugged cliffs as the backdrop. It’s superb to photograph at sunrise. Go to grandpacificdrive.com.au.
3. WAVE ROCK, WA
Who would think you could go surfing three hours inland? Well, that’s the stance most take when posing for a picture while walking along Wave Rock near the town of Hyden. The 15m-high granite cliff is 110m long and looks just like an incredible ocean wave. See australiasgoldenoutback.com.
4. LANEWAYS OF MELBOURNE, VIC
Tucked away from the city streets in Melbourne is an array of impressive art including murals and stencils to discover and photograph in the many laneways. Some of the best street art locations include Hosier and Rutledge Lane. Visit thatsmelbourne.com.au.
5. GOLD COAST HINTERLAND, QLD
Get snappy at the Natural Bridge in Springbrook National Park, 96km south of Brisbane. Not only is the cave and the surrounding rainforest photogenic, after sunset there are glow worms there too. Go to visitgoldcoast.com.