If you love swimming then check out these incredible watering holes in Australia – from Queensand to Western Australia, there’s plenty to choose from.
Hamersley Gorge, Western Australia
Hamersley Gorge at Narijini National Park will have you feeling like you’ve uncovered a secret escape. The only way to reach this revived Atlantis is by 4WD but it is well worth the drive! On arrival, you’ll be rewarded with tranquil, aqua pools to enjoy.
Leliyn/Edith Falls, Northern Territory
The journey to this orange stone fringed pool is only part of the adventure. This 62-kilometre hike along the Jatbula Trail is for the intrepid travellers and with the right trekking equipment, you will be rewarded with an idyllic swimming hole to explore and tranquil camping spot to put your feet up.
Florence Falls, Northern Territory
Set in a monsoon forest pocket, Florence Falls is the prize at the end of Litchfield National Park’s valley floor. Plunge into the cool water beneath cascading falls and float beneath the towering green trees on an inflatable ring.
Serenity Falls, Queensland
Hidden within a 45-hectare rainforest, Serenity Falls flourishes with the seasons. Enjoy the shallow waterfall afloat or slip on some shoes to explore its rugged rock pools.