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With restrictions and lockdowns halting most of our travelling plans over the past two years, it’s fair to say we’ve all got a case of itchy feet. Our biggest travels of 2020-21 seem to have been to our local supermarket, but it’s never too early to start planning your next big adventure! So while we are curled up inside that little while longer, why not check out these 5 Dreamy Aussie Destinations To Add To Your Bucket List? 
Umpherston Sinkhole, Mount Gambier South Australia
Nestled in the heart of the Limestone Coast of stunning South Australia, the Umpherston Sinkhole is a sunken garden formed after the collapse of limestone cave. The sinkhole was first formed in 1886. Today, it’s beauty brings visitors from around Australia and the world to view its moss-covered walls, endless flora and families of possums that live within. 
Rottnest Island, Perth, Western Australia
Home to over sixty gorgeous beaches, and Australia’s quokka population, Rottnest Island is a short ferry from Perth or Fremantle. First founded in 1696, today the island hosts millions of visitors per year, many flocking to earn a selfie with the infamous happy, smiling quokka! There are around 10,000 quokkas who populate the island. 
Arnhem Land, Northern Territory
Arnhem Land is an untouched wilderness stretching over 97,000 kilometres of the Northern Territory's north-east. Vast and untamed, the area is home to huge rock formations, rivers and waterfalls. Beautiful, picturesque beaches surround the island - safaris, cruises, hikes and fishing are just a few of the activities to be enjoyed in this dreamy destination.
Whitehaven Beach, Whitsundays
Situated in the heart of the Great Barrier Reef, Whitehaven Beach is filled with impossibly white sand and crystal blue and turquoise waters. An easy trip from Hamilton Island, the beach is vast, stretching over seven kilometres. Why not take a cruise, try snorkelling or take a helicopter ride over the stunning view?
Erskine Falls, Lorne, Victoria
This thirty metre cascading waterfall is not to be missed! Just 10km from Lorne, this stunning fall is one of the most popular in Victoria. Not only are there two lookouts, but in warmer months when the stream is low, visitors can actually walk up and under the falls. Imagine that on a hot day! 
Hutt Lagoon, Western Australia
Hutt Lagoon - an iconic pink lake like no other! Also called the ‘coral coast’, this lake situated in Port Gregory contains a special algae which gives it its pink appearance. The best time to see the lake is between 10am-2pm and is brightest during summer time. But don’t be discouraged - this natural phenomenon is pink all year round!