But she slipped, falling more than 260ft. It took Victoria Police and State Emergency Service volunteers more than six hours to retrieve her body using a winch, News.com.au reported.
According to the site, police issued a warning about the beauty spot just last year.
"One of the issues that is constantly tying up our resources is individuals risking life and limb in a bid to get the ultimate selfie," it said. "We regularly see dangerous photos and videos geo-tagged to the area where individuals have compromised their own safety to get a particular shot."
"We also frequently work with local rescue teams on missions to bring individuals to safety who have ignored signage and climbed over safety barriers or fencing. Our missions do not always have successful outcomes."
Sergeant Russell Brown said he knew people insisting on "absolutely ludicrous" Instagram posts would eventually end in a fatal accident.