A selfie with Uluru, the Sydney Opera House or the Great Barrier Reef in the background is a must for international travellers when they visit Australia.
Not for this Belgian tourist.
Instead of the usual photos of Australia’s landmarks or cuddling a koala, he went down a different route by taking a series of selfies with road warning signs featuring our native wildlife.
Among those pictured in the warning signs include a koala, kangaroo, camel, emu, brumby, cow, turtle and tree kangaroo.
This Belgian tourist’s montage of selfies with wildlife warning signs in Australia has gone viral on social media
None of the usual Australian tourist landmarks were featured in the montage
It appears North Queensland was on the itinerary with a selfie in front of a warning sign about marine stingers.
The tourist recently posted a nine photo montage of his Australian memories on social media forum Reddit.
‘Last year’s trip to Australia, love from Belgium,’ the tourist posted.
The post has since gone viral and sparked more than 430 comments.
Warning signs for koalas, kangaroos, camels, emus, brumbies (pictured), cows, turtles, tree kangaroos and marine stingers were featured in this tourist’s selfies of his Australian holiday
The photo montage has since gone viral and sparked more than 430 comments
‘I see you’ve visited all our major landmarks, well done! I must get out and do the tour one day,’ one man commented.
Another added: ‘Great pics! We do have a lot of surprising signs when you head into the country or outback. Did you see any cool animals? I would love to see a tree kangaroo but it is so rare, I doubt I ever would. I’ve never seen a brumby either.’
Others would have liked to have seen more landmarks in the photos.
‘I don’t see a giant pineapple in any of those pictures,’ one person commented
Another added: ‘Do not forget the giant banana outside of Coffs Harbour.’
‘ Last year’s trip to Australia, love from Belgium,’ the tourist posted on Reddit