Lake McKenzie, Australia - The snow-white sand found along its shores is made of 100 percent pure silica, and the lake is fed by freshwater from the clouds, meaning there is no aquatic life. It's the most perfect puddle on Earth.
Just five kilometres off the coast and 200 km north of Townsville, Dunk Island is a tropical wonderland featuring lonely sand beaches, lush forests and countless bird species. It is also one of the best places to spot the gorgeous Ulysses Butterfly.
Not far from me:) Grand Pacific Drive, NSW. You can walk, drive or ride a bike over the Sea Cliff Bridge, which is part of Australia’s Grand Pacific Drive (Lawrence Hargrave Drive makes up the stretch between Stanwell Park and Thirroul).