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Western Australia / December 10, 2018

Stunning drone images have captured extraordinary new perspectives of Australia's most famous landmarks.

From the pink waters of Western Australia's Lake Miller to Tasmania's vibrant tulip fields, the aerial snaps showcase the country's natural beauty as never seen before.

As the drone photography phenomenon rapidly gathers pace, Tourism Australia has invited budding aerial photographers from around the globe to compete in the Australia From Above contest.

'Drone photography is gaining huge popularity in Australia, with the country home to a rising number of very talented aerial photographers, ' Tourism Australia's Lisa Ronson said.

'Advances in technology are enabling us to tell Australia's story in ways previously not possible, and the levels of engagement we get when we share some of these amazing drone clips on our social channels is just extraordinary.

'It's really exciting to be part of a competition which provides such a great platform for this new generation of content creators to capture the rich colours, patterns and textures of Australia's diverse landscape and share this with the rest of the world.'

The contest is open from March 2 to May 2 and welcomes professionals and enthusiasts alike to share their visions of the country.

Stunning drone images have captured extraordinary new perspectives of Australia's most famous landmarks. Pictured, the pink water of Lake Hillier in Western Australia

The aerial snaps showcase the country's natural beauty as never seen before. Above, Busselton Jetty in the Margaret River region, south of Perth

This stunning drone image show rows of tulips in Table Cape in Tasmania's north-west. The drone photography phenomenon is rapidly gathering pace

Tourism Australia has invited budding aerial photographers from around the globe to compete in the Australia From Above competition. PIctured, Mahon Rock Pool in Maroubra in Sydney's south-east

An aerial shot of the world famous Sydney Harbour Bridge. 'Advances in technology are enabling us to tell Australia's story in ways previously not possible, ' Tourism Australia's Lisa Ronson said

'It's really exciting to be part of a competition which provides such a great platform for this new generation of content creators, ' Ms Ronson said. Australia's Great Ocean Road is pictured

A stunning aerial photograph of Wentworth falls in the Blue Mountains National Park in New South Wales

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