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What’s the most effective way to really get to know a country? Ask any avid traveller, and they’ll advise you to engage a local’s expertise.
Keep scrolling to see some of WelleCo’s very favourite places in the land they call Oz.
“My trip a few years ago to the red centre was utterly memorable. Uluru is a massive sandstone monolith right in the heart of the Norther, Territory, It is a vast, extraordinarily open space that is super-rich in colour, and at sunset is pure magic. A must-see.”
Nat Cousins, Office Manager.
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Sydney Harbour, NSW
“This has to be the most beautiful natural harbour on the planet. Vast and beautiful, my favourite spots is on the water with uninterrupted views of the parklands, gardens and beach coves. And of course the Harbour Bridge and Opera House. Magic.”
Jana Rimando, Accountant.
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“I love Tamarama Beach and the Bondi-to-Bronte run – it’s so special and boasts the most beautiful pristine fauna and water views. It’s a favourite. I also love the northern beaches, Palm Beach and Avalon for the wild Aussie expanse, and the simplicity and beauty of Cronulla beach.”
Elle Macpherson, Co-Founder.
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Whitehaven Beach, Queensland
“Pristine, long shore drift, pure vivid blue waters, and soft squeaky sand that is made from quartz. This is the ultimate beach haven and deserves to be consistently ranked as one of the best beaches by numerous sources every year.”
Elizabeth Clarke, Digital Content & Communications Lead.
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Flinders Pier, Victoria
“My favourite escape from my home town of Melbourne is down to the stunningly beautiful Mornington Peninsula to a quaint town called Flinders. Think wild ocean coastlines, tranquil bay beaches, pristine air, amazing local fresh produce, great dining and local wineries.”
Stef Bourke, Marketing Manager.
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Yallingyup Beach, WA
“This is my favourite spot in Western Australia. Pristine white sand, turquoise water and unspoilt bushland, it boasts a beautiful lagoon which makes it the perfect place for shallow diving. The surfing, weather and local produce is amazing and it happens to be the place I got married!”
Malika Calder, Head of Creative.
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Cradle Mountain, Tasmania
“Cradle Mountain is the epitome of spectacular alpine wilderness. There is so much to discover there - all by foot of course. If you love hiking, this is nirvana.”
Luke Russo, Social Media & Community Manager.