The posh Orpheus Island Resort in Australia only lets in a maximum of 28 guests at a time.
Rent free, this is the ultimate couple's getaway - if you can handle isolation and no Facebook.
It's an iconic Sydney selfie spot, but tourists are being being actively encouraged not to go.
Deep, under 12,000 cubic metres of rock, grass and trees, is a beach made from 1.1 million plastic balls.
It put NT on the radar but the boss says it promotes Down Under in all the wrong ways.
The sun-bleached scene is straight out of an Albert Namatjira painting.
New Norcia has to be one of Western Australia's most unlikely tourist destinations.
There’s plenty of pearlers for kids and adults alike in this West Australian beach paradise.
Hoping to get your photo taken on the edge of this unique rock? You're out of luck.
With its gentle waves and stunning sunsets, Agnes Water likely won't stay a secret for long.
The challenge is to find a spot which is attractive enough to tour without being dominated by tourists.