People from Sydney should feel either #smug or like a bunch of #oversharers following Instagram’s announcement of Australia’s most posted and geotagged locations for 2017.

Sydney took out the top-five spots in the social media platform’s year in review data dump, with Bondi being named the #number1 most photographed and geo-tagged place in Australia, followed by the Sydney Opera House, Darling Harbour, Manly Beach and Sydney Harbour.

Surfers Paradise, St Kilda Beach, Brisbane’s South Bank, the MCG and the National Gallery of Victoria completed the list.

Sydney was the most Instagramed city in the country.

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Australia’s number one hashtag is enough to make you feel all warm and fuzzy – it was #love.

Top local geolocations:
1. Bondi
2. Sydney Opera House
3. Darling Harbour
4. Manly Beach
5. Sydney Harbour
6. Surfers Paradise Beach
7. St Kilda Beach
8. South Bank, Brisbane
9. MCG
10. National Gallery of Victoria

Top locations per state:
• NSW: Bondi Beach
• VIC: St Kilda Beach
• QLD: Surfers Paradise Beach
• NT: Uluru
• WA: Rottnest Island
• SA: Adelaide Oval
• TAS: MONA
• ACT: Lake Burley Griffin

Top Australian cities:
1. Sydney
2. Melbourne
3. Brisbane
4. Perth
5. Gold Coast
6. Adelaide
7. Sunshine Coast
8. Canberra
9. Byron Bay
10. Townsville

Top local hashtags:
1. #love
2. #australia
3. #melbourne
4. #sydney
5. #instagood
6. #travel
7. #fashion
8. #photography
9. #fitness
10. #art