Cottesloe Beach, Cottesloe, Western Australia
The sunsets in Western Australia happen on the Indian Ocean and are talked about around the world. One place in particular near Perth, Cottesloe Beach, is just asking for spectators to gather. Perhaps it's the stadium style seating that helps create the ultimate picture, or maybe it's just one of those magic pockets in the atmosphere. Whatever it is, you simply will not want to miss the sun dropping from this location.
Uluru, Northern TerritoryEven Oprah commented on the way the sunset changed both the colors and feel of the ever so popular Uluru site in the outback of the Northern Territory. The reds become redder as night lands, and because of this, Uluru and its sunsets make for a romantic place to spend an Aussie honeymoon.
Fanny Bay, Darwin, Northern TerritoryFanny Bay may have a funny name, but this Darwin suburb has one of the prime locations for catching a lovely sunset. If you fancy a drink, then the Trailor Boat Club there will provide both the proper sustenance and vantage points.
Grassy Hill, Cooktown, QueenslandIf you're one of the lucky ones that gets to head up to far north Queensland, then you'll definitely want to spend some time getting to Cooktown, a town made famous because of the landing of Captain Cook. At the edge of this tiny tropical town is Grassy Hill, which both houses a lighthouse and provides panoramic views of the sunset, the Endeavor River, and the luscious foliage (if in the right season).
About the Author: Brooke Schoenman is the blogger behind WhyGo Australia, an online travel guide with life to the land Down Under. You can use WhyGo Australia to do everything from getting trip inspiration to booking your next cheap flight to Australia. Follow WhyGo Australia on Twitter @whygoaustralia and on Facebook.