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Australians reveal their favourite travel spots

Bridestowe Lavender Estate

Australians reveal their favourite travel spots

Want to explore Australia? Here's some insider inspiration from the locals

Australians reveal their favourite travel spots

Thousands of Australians participated in Webjet.com.au’s “Show us your Australia” campaign, sharing their most beloved domestic locations. The top locations include less visited spots such as Ormiston Gorge in the NT and Bridestowe Lavender Estate in Tasmania. The eight winning entries covered the length and breadth of Australia, providing great inspiration for domestic travel. The winning entries include:

Ormiston Gorge in Northern Territory by @kylesofsmiles

Ormiston Gorge in Northern Territory, in a shot captured by @kylesofsmiles that shows off its magnificent red walls and swimming spot potential. Located in the West MacDonnell Ranges, a 90-minute drive west of Alice Springs, the gorge is a great place for swimming, camping and hiking.

Magic Rock along Victoria’s Great Ocean Road, by @bryanvu936

Labelled by the locals as “Magic Rock” and captured by @bryanvu936 this suspended rock can be seen in a relatively unknown location along the Great Ocean Road near Warrnambool in Victoria. It’s one of many attractions along the Australian National Heritage-listed 243-km stretch of road between the Victorian cities of Torquay and Allansford.

Bridestowe Lavender Estate in Tasmania, shot by @limvoeung

Bridestowe Lavender Estate in Tasmania, shot by @limvoeung, is a picturesque plantation offering tours through its rows of purple blooms that wouldn’t look out of place in Provence.

David Emms nominated The Flinders Ranges in South Australia as his favourite location, a region he loves for its ancient fossils, wide salt lakes and the Cornish pasties from the local bakery.

Strahan in Tasmania, a quaint fishing and port town along the Apple Isle’s west coast is the place that Elspeth Lovell recommends as ripe for discovery.

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