10 Best Beaches to visit in Australia

By MACRO TRAVELLER

Australia is known around the world for its beautiful beaches. There are a lot of beaches in Australia, and most of them are deserted. Australian beaches are not only abundant but also of an almost universally high quality. Australia has some of the best beaches in the world, and the vast coastline stretches for nearly 37,000 km, which includes 11,011 beaches, more than any other nation. Aussies take care of their beaches, generally keeping them clean and free of pollutants. With so many to choose from, it’s difficult to list the top 10 of the best beaches in Australia. Below are just a few of Australia’s best beaches.

  1. Bondi Beach | New South Wales

The most famous beach in Australia, Bondi Beach is a mecca for tourists, lifesavers, surfers and sun worshipers. 7 miles (4 miles) east of downtown Sydney, Bondi makes a list easy because no Australian beaches countdown is complete without them on board. Less about the actual quality of the beach itself and more about the surroundings, the atmosphere, the history and the people watching as it or not Sydney’s famous stretch of sand at Bondi has long been a fixture and also something of an icon of the Australian beach culture.

  1. Byron Bay | New South Wales

Byron Bay is a beach town in the far northeastern corner of the state of New South Wales. It is 772 kilometers (480 miles) north of Sydney and 165 kilometers (103 miles) south of Brisbane. Byron Bay is the easternmost point of the Australian continent. For the past 40 years, Byron Bay has become a favorite seaside resort and alternative lifestyle. Known for its surfing beaches and beautiful rainforest, Byron Bay enjoys a relaxed and informal lifestyle that has become a popular destination for many travelers.

  1. Bells Beach | Victoria

Bells Beach is one of Australia’s best-known beaches. It is a coastal town in Victoria, Australia in Surf Coast Shire and a renowned surfing beach, located 100 km southwest of Melbourne, on the Great Ocean Road. If Australian surfers had their own land, Bells Beach would be the capital. Everything about Bells Beach is readied for surfing. It is home to the world’s longest-running surfing contest – the Rip Curl Pro Surf & Music Festival.

  1. 75 Mile Beach | Fraser Island

In the grand tradition of many Australian place names, 75 Mile Beach on Fraser Island was so named because it’s about 75 miles long. 75 Mile Beach runs along most of the east coast of Fraser Island. While it may not be the best place for swimming due to dangerous currents and abundant tiger sharks, it is gorgeous and has some excellent highlights including Champagne Pools, the Maheno Wreck, Indian Head and Eli Creek. Eli Creek is strikingly precise and has its own unique and diverse flora and fauna.

  1. Noosa Main Beach | Sunshine Coast

Noosa offers pleasure for all. One direction north surf beach, pristine river, restaurants, sophistication, national parks, lots of action and you have the perfect holiday retreat. Noosa Main Beach – the highlight of Noosa’s Greater Noosa beaches – is pretty much the superfluous showcase of what the Sunshine Coast has to offer: it has ideal picture-sand, pristine waters, waves that are ideal for swimming well-patrolled, easily accessible and abundant in marine and wild, wildlife animals.

  1. Ninety Mile Beach | Victoria

Ninety Mile Beach itself is the ocean-facing edge of a giant sand dune and is the perfect place to stretch your legs and go for a short walk. Just over 250 kilometers from Melbourne, Ninety Mile Beach, is home to some of Australia’s most excellent surf fishing and offers numerous opportunities for swimming, fishing, boating, and sailing.

  1. Garie Beach | Sydney

Beach Paradise number five is just an hour’s drive from Sydney city center. Garie Beach is not only the most beautiful of the eleven beaches of the Royal National Park but also of New South Wales. Although on weekends lifeguards watch over what’s going on in the water, most visitors to the area have no idea about the existence of the beach. Also, Garie Beach scores with first-class surf, fantastic fishing opportunities and good chances to see whales in the migration season. Another advantage: The Royal National Park offers hiking and pleasant picnic areas.

  1. Cable Beach | Broome

Cable Beach is a 22 km long beach near Broome, Western Australia. It was laid down in 1889 after the telegraph cable between Broome and Java called The Beach is known as one of the most beautiful beaches in the world, with twenty-two kilometers of the pristine white sand beach the tropical turquoise waters of the Indian Ocean fringing. Washed every day by tides that can reach over nine feet, Cable Beach provides the perfect safe environment for swimming and relaxation.

  1. Cottesloe Beach | Perth

Australian beaches are some of the most beautiful in the world, and Perth beaches are a stunning example. Cottesloe is one of the most popular of all Western Australian beaches. The clean, crisp shoreline and smooth terraced lawns are filled with Perth’s most buff bods while the kids hang out in the playground sky. Cottesloe is a long beach with several different swimming areas and reefy sections. It is one of the must visit places when you are in Perth in the summer. A rock face gives the central swimming area some protection from the big waves and an attractive Art Deco building of the Indiana Teahouse, changing rooms and the Surf Club looks down over the busy beach.

  1. Whitehaven Beach, Whitsunday Island

The Whitsundays – one of the nature’s most remarkable gifts, blessed with the breathtaking magnificence of the Great Barrier Reef along with entirely hundreds of tropical islands and some of the world’s most beautiful golden beaches. Whitsunday Island is the most significant island in the Whitsunday archipelago off the coast of Central Queensland, Australia. Whitehaven Beach has been rated as the Top Eco-Friendly Beach in the World by CNN.com. Whitehaven Beach is an absolute “must” in the Whitsundays. The crystal-clear waters Whitehaven’s water and virgin quartz sand extend for seven kilometers along Whitsunday Island, the largest of the Whitsunday’s 74 islands. It defines nature best and offers the most fabulous sense of relaxation and escape.

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