The Beauty of Sunset in AUSTRALIA

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Australia has a lot of natural beauty including sunsets and sunrises and these include:

Sydney’s golden glow

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Plenty of famous types– Prince Harry, Ben Stiller, Ricky Martin, Demi Lovato and Emma Thompson– have conquered Sydney’s to see the sheer gorgeousness of Sydney Harbour below and beyond. Follow in their footsteps and pull on the blue and grey safety overalls to climb to the top of the Sydney Harbour Bridge, 134 metres (440 feet) above sea level. Day and night climbs are available but sunset, when the city is bathed in a golden glow, is easily the pick of the departure times.

Sunset with camels

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For Australians who live on the east coast, it’s a rare treat to see the sun sink over the ocean. Join them in admiring a vivid sunset that seems twice the size, thanks to the technicolour display being reflected by the ocean, at Broome’s Cable Beach. It’s a tradition to find a spot on the grass outside Sunset Bar & Grill, and watch the sky change colour as the camel trains lope up the hill from the beach heading home to their stables.

Glenelg, South Australia

Glenelg Sunset
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The seaside suburb of Glenelg in South Australia is one of SA’s most popular coastal escapes. With a laid-back vibe and pleasant waterfront leisure and shopping precinct, the region’s sunsets are often major drawcards for visitors.

Easily reached with around a 20-minute drive from the centre of Adelaide CBD, Glenelg is rich in not only shopping and scenery but wildlife as well, with the waters teeming with marine life – including, famously, its dolphins.

The Glenelg Pier is undoubtedly the central focus of the suburb, as it stretches into the ocean and offers outstanding views up and down the coast as well as the foreshore and many of the old homes that still line the coast, dating back to the town’s foundation in the early 1800s.

There are also plenty of bars, restaurants and cafes that sit adjacent to the beach which provide a great vantage point of the sun going down. The Glenelg sunset forms a wonderful backdrop for those grabbing a bite to eat or kicking back a few drinks.

You’ll likely have a battle on your hands to get a window seat at some of the restaurants at sunset, so be sure to book well in advance if it’s your goal to dine and sightsee at the same time.

Great Ocean Road, Victoria

Sunset in Great Ocean Road, Victoria, Australia
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Australia’s most scenic drive is one of Victoria’s highlights, and its numerous rock formations and rugged coastal scenery are even more beautiful at sunset. As if the towering rocks of The Twelve Apostles were not amazing enough, the red hue of the sun playing on both their faces and the crashing water below makes this stretch of landscape, at just the right time of the evening, truly a sight to behold.

When admired from the ever-popular lookout at the Apostles Visitor’s centre, the combination of rugged coast, evening glow and the iconic rocks is most likely one of the most photogenic scenes you’ll encounter in the state.

If there was one word to describe the experience, majestic would probably be it. The untamed beauty of the road coupled with its length (243km in total if you’re feeling especially adventurous) makes the Great Ocean Road yet another essential bucket list item.

More than simply a drive, the Great Ocean Road is a journey that blends wildlife and nature into a single stunning package and one that is easily explorable by hopping off the road itself and venturing inland.

With a little exploration you’ll come across the likes of koalas, kangaroos, emus and more while towering trees in national park can be found at Otway and hundreds of fur seals can be seen at Cape Bridgewater.

Strahan, Tasmania

Strahan, Tasmania
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There are two reasons to visit the town of Strahan on the west coast of Tasmania. One is to do the World Heritage Gordon River Cruise. The other is to witness the brilliant sunset.

Byron Bay, NSW

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Byron Bay is one of the better places to see the sunset on the east coast, and it’s the most easterly point on mainland Australia. Take a sunset stroll along the beach, or head up to Cape Byron Lighthouse for stunning views.

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