One of Tasmania's most picturesque stretches of coastline, with azure waters framed by red rocks and white sand.
One of several beautiful waterfalls quietly tucked away in Victoria's Great Otway National Park.
A kangaroo seemed to lead me down the path for a couple of minutes before disappearing into the dark forest.
The Bentendo Hall at Daigo-ji Temple, dedicated to Benzaiten, the goddess of water, wealth and good fortune.
Part of the Millaa Millaa waterfall circuit just outside Innisfail, Ellinjaa Falls has an ethereal quality of its own.
This time it was calmer than previous visits but its tranquillity helps draw the eye to the beautiful surrounding foliage.
New Zealand's South Island is one of the most beautiful places on Earth and this scene with its turquoise waters rushing through a forest and fog rolling in from the mountains wouldn't look out of place in The Lord of the Rings.
In the middle of a cold winter this waterfall in Tasmania's Cradle Mountain looked like a blanket of ice.
Loch Ard Gorge which resides near the Twelve Apostles on Victoria's Great Ocean Road, is named after a clipper ship, the 'Loch Ard', which ran aground on nearby Muttonbird Island in 1878.
While the crowds took their usual place at sunset overlooking the Twelve Apostles, I captured this 'lone apostle' a little farther down the beach. The shape of the wave and the surrounding textures make it one of my favorite images.
Mossman Gorge resides in the Daintree National Park and its traditional owners are the Kuku Yalanji people.
The pristine rainforest surroundings and cool, clear water make it the perfect place to go for a swim.
Nestled in Queensland's Springbrook National Park, Natural Bridge is a naturally formed rock arch that formed over millions of years from water tumbling through the roof of a basalt cave. It is also home to a colony of glow worms.