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Setting your alarm for a single figured hour may not be appealing after a hard day's adventuring/ night's partying however these five points might change your mind and help you squeeze even more from your travel in Australia.

Sunrises are stunning. If it's cool overnight, a dew forms on the ground which evaporates as the sun hits it, forming an ethereal mist that separates the ground in front of you from the tips of the mountains on the horizon. The light diffuses, bathing the landscape in vivid hues of orange and red making it...

...Perfect for photography! Not only will the streets and landmarks be devoid of tourists and traffic but the long shadows and aformentioned colours provide dramatic effects for your photos. No Instagram filters needed!

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Sunrise on Gray Bay Bowen

It's better for transport. Roads will be clear and if you need to crunch some k's in your camper it means arriving at your destination earlier, having more time to enjoy it before the peak crowds arrive. You'll also avoid night time journeying which isn't as fun when your blind to your surroundings.

You'll see more wildlife. All manner of Australian creatures love the dawn. You might wake up with Kangaroos standing right next to you! Instant wildlife win!

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Sunrise on Hamilton Island

It's likely to motivate you. When you wake up early, you're more inclined to be productive and less sluggish. We're not suggesting quitting lie-ins but wake up for a sunrise at least once on your Australian trip and that's a memory you won't forget.

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