We were fortunate to witness some incredible sunsets in Australia during our Australian road trip. Whilst I love a good sunrise, there’s just something about sunset that I especially look forward to.

It’s the perfect way to end a day of exploring, preferably with a cold beer in hand and my favourite tunes playing in the background.

There’s nothing quite like the sun setting in Australia, and I have definitely witnessed the best of the best. These sunset locations in Australia are only from places we have personally visited and found the sunsets to be spectacular.

Strahan, Tasmania

You can catch this stunning display from spots like Ocean Beach or the iconic Hogarth Falls. If you’re sunset chasers like us, trust me, once you experience a Strahan sunset, you’ll be itching to come back for more.

Byron Bay, New South Wales

The vibe is pure magic, especially if you catch it from the iconic and laid-back vibes of Main Beach. I personally love to take a sunset stroll along the Main Beach, or head up to Cape Byron Lighthouse for stunning views.

St Kilda Beach, Melbourne

For the ultimate view, head to St Kilda Pier or catch the breathtaking scenes from the promenade along the ocean or while strolling along Acland Street. Trust me, the sunsets at St Kilda Beach are pure art.

Kakadu National Park, Northern Territory

Kakadu National Park easily ranks as one of our favourite National Parks in Australia. It’s the largest national park in the country and is known for its vast and diverse landscape, from rocky outcrops, gorges and canyons, to vast open wetlands and swamps.

Katherine Gorge, Northern Territory

If you’re looking for a more dazzling display, then head to Katherine Gorge in the Northern Territory. Every evening, just on sunset, the hundreds of fruit bats take to the sky over the gorge and provides a unique silhouette photo against the bright orange sky.

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