posted by Guest blogger - Matt Kepnes | 2 Comments
In his latest post for our blog, Matt Kepnes of NomadicMatt.com shows that as well as a good storyteller and writer, he's also a good photographer. To keep up to date make sure to follow him on Twitter and like his page on facebook.
One of the most popular budget destinations in the world is Australia. After visiting Australia for my first time, I could see why. Since my first visit in 2006, I've been back twice, exploring more of the country, meeting more Australians, and taking part in the Aussie BBQ ritual. Australia is a breathtakingly beautiful country, very budget and backpacker friendly, and filled friendly locals always willing to share a beer. These are some of my favourite photos from my trips.
Cape Leveque, Western Australia
Flying over Cape Leveque in Western Australia.
Iconic Sydney, New South Wales
Sydney Harbour Bridge and Opera House from Mrs Maquarie's Point.
Fraser Island, Queensland
The famous wrecked ship on Fraser Island (watch out for Dingos!).
Litchfield National Park, Northern Territories
Waterfalls in Litchfield National Park.
'The Red Centre', Northern Territories
In the middle of Australia's 'Red Centre'. The outback is harsh yet beautiful.
A view of Melbourne from the River Yarra (check out the nearby park).
Uluru, Northern Territories
Uluru (Ayer's Rock) at sunset.
Ningaloo Reef, Western Australia
The inviting waters of the Ningaloo Reef right off the harsh coast near Coral Bay.
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