Top ++ 10 most Instagrammable spots between Melbourne and Adelaide

GREAT OTWAY NATIONAL PARK

Three hours’ south-west of Melbourne and next door to Apollo Bay Eco YHA, the Otway Ranges’ tumbling waterfalls, ancient ferns and misty treetops make for some of the most photogenic rainforest scenery in Australia.
📷 Great Otway National Park

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THE TWELVE APOSTLES

If this postcard perfect picture doesn’t rake in bulk likes, then you may as well delete your Instagram. These limestone stacks sprinkled along the rugged coastline provide one of the iconic images of Australia.
📷 12 Apostles

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LOCH ARD GORGE

A short drive down the Great Ocean Road, two mammoth cliffs shield a tranquil beach that must be one of the most Insta-worthy swimming spots anywhere in the country.
📷 Loch Ard Gorge

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GRIFFITHS ISLAND LIGHTHOUSE IN PORT FAIRY

The quaint fishing village of Port Fairy is full of fantastic photo opportunities but none are as recognisable as this 1859 lighthouse at the mouth of the Moyne River.
📷 Griffiths Island

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UMPHERSTON SINKHOLE IN MOUNT GAMBIER

South Australia’s second biggest city is peppered with volcanic craters, including the brilliant Blue Lake, as well as a series of verdant sinkholes, the most picturesque being the charming Umpherston Sinkhole.
📷 Umpherston Sinkhole

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CAPE DOMBEY OBELISK IN ROBE

The most photographed landmark in the stylish seaside port of Robe is the Cape Dombey Obelisk, erected in 1852 and still perched perilously on crumbling cliffs a century and a half later.
📷 Cape Dombey Obelisk

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COORONG NATIONAL PARK

This 140km stretch of lagoon is a haven of kayaking, fishing, camping, bushwalking, four-wheel driving, boating, bird-watching and, of course, sunrise photography.
📷 Coorong National Park

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VICTOR HARBOR

You can catch a horse-drawn tram to Granite Island or a heritage train along the Fleurieu Peninsula coastline… or you can go swimming with tuna if you’re looking for something a little more fast-paced.
📷 Victor Harbor

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HORSESHOE BAY IN PORT ELLIOT

Snap a panoramic pic of the serene Horseshoe Bay from the veranda of the historic sandstone Port Elliot Beach House YHA, right in the heart of this charming fishing town on the spectacular Fleurieu Peninsula.
📷 Port Elliot

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MCLAREN VALE

Just 45 minutes south of Adelaide, McLaren Vale is the cradle of South Australia’s legendary wine-growing industry, and today is home to dozens of scenic cellar doors pouring some of the finest Shiraz on the planet.
📷 McLaren Vale

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