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The top five Instagrammed locations in Australia in 2019

Spectacular Sydney is home to four of Australia's top five most-Instagrammed locations. ISTOCK

The top five Instagrammed locations in Australia in 2019

Australia is a photography lover's dream, but which landmarks and beauty spots are shared with the world the most?

The top five Instagrammed locations in Australia in 2019

Bondi Beach

With over a million and a half hashtags, Bondi Beach takes some beating when it comes to Insta-popularity.

The one-kilometre stretch of white sand to Sydney’s east is a must-visit destination for international visitors but it holds a special place in the hearts of Sydneysiders, too.

Bondi tops the list with over 1.5 million hashtags. ISTOCK

Bondi tops the list with over 1.5 million hashtags. ISTOCK

Fantastic for surfing, swimming or sampling its array of bars and restaurants, Bondi is a true Australian icon – and it’s got the popularity numbers to show for it.

Sydney Opera House

Let alone Australia, the Sydney Opera House is one of the most distinctive and recognisable architectural landmarks in the world.

 

 
 
 
 
 
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Attracting over eight million visitors a year and contributing over a billion dollars to the Australian economy, it boasts another impressive stat – over 800,000 instances on Instagram.

Great Barrier Reef

Outside of Sydney, Australia’s most-Instagrammed destination is the Great Barrier Reef, with over three-quarters of a million hashtags illustrating its enormous global popularity as an international and domestic tourist destination.

 

 
 
 
 
 
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One of the world’s most fragile and threatened ecosystems, it’s the largest coral reef system on earth and stretches 2,300 kilometres up the eastern coast of Queensland.

It’s one of the seven natural wonders of the world and is visited by two million tourists annually.

Darling Harbour

Another jewel in Sydney’s crown, the Darling Harbour precinct is the city’s entertainment hub.

It’s home to the Australian National Maritime Museum, the Star Casino and Sydney Aquarium and other popular attractions, not to mention countless lively restaurants and bars.

Sydney's Darling Harbour takes out fourth spot. ISTOCK

Sydney’s Darling Harbour takes out fourth spot. ISTOCK

Commanding spectacular views back to the city’s towering skyline it’s little surprise that #darlingharbour turns up almost 600,000 posts on the “Gram”.

Sydney Harbour Bridge

Built in 1932, and synonymous with the New South Wales capital, Sydney Harbour Bridge is one of the first things that conjures in the mind when you think of Sydney.

 

 
 
 
 
 
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An iconic fixture in the city’s harbourscape, the historic bridge also serves a critical practical purpose – carrying pedestrians, cyclists, motorists and also rail passengers across to Sydney’s North Shore from the CBD.

The famous bridge rounds out the top five with 550,000 hashtags.

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