Australia - Victoria - Great Ocean Road Whats There: Arguable the most scenic highway in the world. The closest match i've seen is the west coast highway of the South Island NZ, but it certainly isn't as colourful as the cliffs here. And this one is easy to get to, just go west of Melbourne and follow the signs that say great ocean road. Twilight shots rule here, the lighting here is as amazing as anything I've ever seen anywhere. Around where the Great Ocean Road ends, be sure and visit the Mahogany Dunes and earn yourself a chance to win $1,000,000 AUD -if you are able to locate the Portuguese ship which is supposed buried in the dunes. Only nuance is thousands of bloody tourists especially at Port Campbell. Apollo Bay is nice. The twelve apostles at Port Cambell are heavenly during twilight. The Bay of Islands is also loverly (but i like the Bay of Island in NZ better ) Getting there: Follow the Great Ocean Road! Click on this link for a detailed map of the region: http://www.wilmap.com.au/greatoceanroad/gor.html Explore inland around Apollo Bay. This area is very reminicent of the North Island New Zealand. Visit Mariner Falls and the glowworms whilst in that area. Pictures: Rainbow over the mahogany dunes Apollo Bay Sunset 12 Apostle Cliffs Bay of Islands (sorry for yucky pic) Notes: Winter is best time to go, I don't know everyone is so hung up on going to NZ and OZ during the summer months, for photographers going after dramatic lighting - winter is the time to be there! Also less crowds. Warning this is one of the most beautiful places in the world, you may find yourself spending more time here than intended!