Top ten images from our Ultimate Australia Photography Competition

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We are thrilled to announce the winner of our first photo competition! Thank you to all who entered, and congratulations to our winning photographer, Angie Cimarosti from Sydney, Australia. It was a challenging task choosing from more than 100 images and we loved seeing all the amazing images of Australia captured by our fabulous readers.

Australia is home to some of the most unique landscapes and natural wonders in the world. And these top ten images already have us dreaming about our next Australian vacation.

WINNER – Sunrise North Narrabeen, Sydney rock pool

By Angie Cimarosti

Cape Leveque, Western Australia

By Mary Boxsell

Broome Cable Beach Camel Ride by

By Nannette Holliday

Hamersley Gorge, Western Australia

By Peter Franklin

Quarrion outside the Stockmans Hall of Fame in Longreach, Queensland

By Beryl Rutherford

Hauts-de-France: a road trip through France’s newest region

If you haven’t heard of Hauts-de-France yet, that’s because it is indeed France’s newest region – only formed in 2016, including chateaux, the Remembrance Trail and more. It’s all within an easy drive from Paris, and here’s a six-day road-trip itinerary that will help you see it all.

Uluru Sunset

By Jo Tritton

Field of Light, Uluru, by artist Bruce Munro

By Phoebe Lyons

Lancaster Wines, Swan Valley, Western Australia

By Christine King

Shorebreak at Pearl beach, Central Coast, NSW

By Steven Salmon

Broome, Western Australia

By Rhonda Norman

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