30/08/2015 11:41 AM AEST | Updated 15/07/2016 12:51 PM AEST

Sunday Morning Is The New Saturday Night For Australians

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Woman jogging along the East River in Manhattan, New York, United States, North America.

Aussies love their Saturday nights out.

But it’s only so long before your long, lazy, boozy afternoons in the sun become sticky underfoot and you realise that you’re stuck in the queue for an overpriced bar waiting for overpriced beers in a crowd of man buns and a bandage dress or two.

Sunday morning has now become the equivalent of Saturday night for the health loving crew who opt for cold-drip coffee and kombucha over cocktails, but would the rest of us really be willing to skip Saturday night fever for a Sunday brunch sans vomit? Can sunrise adventures beat beers and boogieing?

These pics just might convince you to make the switch from late nights in the dark to early mornings in the sun.

Goodmorning #coogee , what a stunning #Sunday !! Enjoy it pipsqueaks xx

A photo posted by Elly Hanson (@maxbrennerswife) on

Beautiful Sunday morning 💙hope you all have a happy .. Relax day 😊#sunday#in mygarden

A photo posted by @kimchijoanne on

Sunday morning healthy @fourprotein waffles topped with natural @fiveamorganics and fresh berries 🙌🏻🙌🏻🙌🏻

A photo posted by Health & Fitness Blog (@foodfitandrepeat) on

Yoga on top @wildwomenontop @coastrek #sunday

A photo posted by Di Westaway (@diwestaway) on

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