Top 10 Best Secrets in Australia (according to Australian Traveler)

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Readers shared more than 1,000 underrated and lesser-known locations and experiences. A panel of eleven respected Australian travel experts then settled on the top 100 and here’s the top 10!

After surveying its readership, Australian Traveller magazine has come up with Australia’s 100 Best Travel Secrets.

Readers shared more than 1,000 underrated and lesser-known locations and experiences. A panel of eleven respected Australian travel experts then settled on the top 100.

The Top 10 Best Secrets in Australia are:

Whites Beach, Byron Bay, NSW
Whites Beach. Photo: David Young / Australian Traveller

1) Whites Beach, Byron Bay – New South Wales

Wilpena Pound
Wilpena Pound. Photo: SATC / Australian Traveller

2) Wilpena Pound, Flinders Ranges – South Australia

Minke Whale swim
Minke Whale swim. Photo: Australian Traveller

3) Swimming with Minke Whales – Queensland

Baird Bay sealions
Baird Bay sealions. Photo: lowjumpingfrog

4) Baird Bay Eco Experience – South Australia

Wolgan Valley Resort
Wolgan Valley Resort. Photo: Australian Traveller

5) Wolgan Valley Resort and Spa – New South Wales

Cape Range National Park
Cape Range National Park. Photo: Wikimedia Commons

6) Cape Range National Park – Western Australia

Shelly Beach
Shelly Beach. Photo: jezarnold

7) Shelly Beach near Manly – New South Wales

Karijini National Park
Karijini National Park. Photo: Phillie Casablanca

8) Karijini National Park – Western Australia

Paperbark Camp
Photo: Paperbark Camp

9) Paperbark Camp – New South Wales

Davidson's Arnhemland Safaris
Photo: Davidson’s Arnhemland Safaris

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10) Secret Bush Camps of Arnhemland – Northern Territory

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(The featured image of Whites Beach is by David Young / Australian Traveller)

Top 10 Best Secrets in Australia (according to Australian Traveler) was last modified: June 26th, 2019 by Brett Ackroyd
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