Rainforest to Reef – Experience the natural beauty of Queensland, Australia with this guide to the most photogenic outdoor experiences you can have from the Atherton Tablelands to Cape Tribulation.
Cairns, Australia Every shade of blue from teal to navy appeared beneath me as we flew over the Great Barrier Reef east of Cairns in Queensland, Australia.
At the going down of the sun and in the morning. We will remember them. It’s an ode read aloud every April 25th, in commemoration of ANZAC Day and the thousands of soldiers who lost their lives during World War I.
Where are the best Places to Photograph Sunset? As the day comes to and end and the sky erupts into a palette of pinks, oranges and reds you want to be in the right spot at the right time to capture the perfect sunset that completes your travel album.
Whitehaven Beach = The Most Photogenic Beach in Australia From the air Whitehaven Beach is like an abstract painting. It’s sandy swirls, teal water and carved channels twist and turn like Picasso’s paint brush.
Australian landscapes are one of a kind… “I’ve been to cities that never close down From New York to Rio and old London town But no matter how far or how wide I roam I still call Australia home I’m always travelling, I love being free And so I keep leaving the sun and the sea But my heart lies waiting over the phone I still call Australia home…”
Update – Hayman Island is currently closed due to damage caused by a cyclone in 2017. The resort is set to reopen later in 2018 under the Intercontinental brand.
Listed as one of the natural wonders of the world, The Great Barrier Reef is one big collection of sparkling gems sitting in the Coral Sea off the coast of Queensland, Australia.
It’s summer here in Australia and I’ve found myself at the beach every single day. Whether it’s to walk the dog, take a morning swim or photograph a beautiful sunset I find it so relaxing and a great place to test out new photography techniques.