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Australian Fashion Shoots That Will Make You Want To Travel

The models look gorgeous, but it's the backdrops we're interested in.

22/07/2016 1:44 PM AEST | Updated July 22, 2016 13:46

When fashion designers shoot in Australia, it's not the lush landscapes they generally go for.

Instead it's this rugged country's salt flats, red sands and desserts that make for stunning backdrops.

For Witchery's latest campaign launched this week, they went for Sturt Lake by the Gawler Ranges in South Australia.

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No it's not the moon, it's South Australia's Gawler Ranges.

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The salt flats and surrounding rocks are a stark white.

Here it is sans models.

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You can see how inspiration struck at Sturt's Lake in the Gawler Ranges.

Then there's merino wool group Woolmark's extravagant photoshoots, like this one at The Pinnacles in Western Australia.

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The Pinnacles are eerie and gorgeous on their own.

And here they are au naturel.

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The Pinnacles are made up of natural limestone formations.

Still with Woolmark is this stunning 2008 shoot in the Kimberley by photographer Georges Antoni.

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We don't know where exactly this shot was taken, but you could pretty much take your pick of the sparse coastline in The Kimberley.

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The Kimberley coast is rugged and striking.

Then there's InStyle's covershoot with Jessica Mauboy that made pretty much all of us want to take the next flight to Alice Springs.

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It's hard to take a bad photo in Australia's red centre.

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Every road in the East MacDonnell Ranges takes you somewhere astounding.

Model Jennifer Hawkins lit up El Questro station for Myer, that surely added the West Australian location to a few people's bucket lists.

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The dry earth gives way to lush gorges in El Questro, near Kunnunurra.
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You could explore El Questro for months and never get bored.

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