TOP 5 MOST INSTAGRAMMABLE ROAD TRIPS

As the old saying goes, if you didn’t Instagram it, it didn’t happen. Hang on, that’s a fairly recent saying. True though!

So in the interests of supporting a selfie, here’s our vote for Australia’s Top 5 Most Instagrammable Road Trips.

Ready for your next Australian road trip? Here’s our vote for the five most instagram-worthy journeys in the country. Let’s go #roadtrippin!

Savannah Way
#15nationalparks #5WorldHeritageAreas #Undergroundcaves…you get the picture.

Undarra National Park  Image credit: www.Queensland.com

Great Alpine Road
The Great Alpine Road, Australia’s highest accessible sealed road from Benalla to Mallacoota in Victoria is open all year round and winds its way past #landscapes #vineyards, #goldmines and #oldquainttownships steeped in rich history. It’s too gorgeous to miss.

Victoria High Country Image Credit: www.australia.com

Heritage Highway,
#convicthistory comes alive on the Heritage Highway, linking Hobart and Launceston. It was built by convict gangs in the 1800s. These days things have improved somewhere – there’s no forced labour involved in the rock climbing, mountain biking, fishing and hiking on the route, not to mention Pontville and Kenton’s fine whisky and gin distilleries.

Shene Distillery Image credit: www.Australia.com

Waterfall Way
Do go #chasingwaterfalls as you weave your way through New England and over the Great Dividing Range on the aptly named Waterfall Way. Catch a smug selfie in front of the second highest waterfall in Australia, Wollomombi as it cascades 220m into spectacular Wollomombi Gorge.

Wollomombi Gorge Image credit: www.nationalparks.nsw.gov.au

Southern Ocean Drive
Follow the Southern Ocean Drive, from Adelaide to Mt Gambier and you’ll get #wineries, #extinctvolcanoes, #worldheritagewetlands and #wildlife all into your captions. Sweet! Take the 45-minute ferry ride from the Fleurieu Peninsula to Kangaroo Island and you’ll be able to Instagram close encounters with kangaroos, koalas, penguins and seals. Nothing like #makingfriendswithwildlife to get the comments flowing on your Instagram account!

Kangaroo Island Image credit: www.Australia.com

Author: Carla Adams

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