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7 Best Beaches in Australia

Best Beaches in Australia

Australia is a well-known place for its beaches with over 60 thousand Kilometers of coastline. If we talk in statistical terms, there are almost 10K plus beaches there. When it comes to sand and surf, this land leads all the way. You can select any of the stretched coasts according to your priority, i.e., sunbathing, swimming, or scuba diving.

Here I am sharing the top 7 Australian beaches that are worth visiting.

1. Bondi Beach

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Bondi Beach is one of the best Australian beaches. This beach is liked because it is easily accessible by the city, welcoming a number of locals and tourists from all walks. The beach has man bars, and café’s around, which are a great source of attraction for the people coming there. When you take a short bus ride from Sydney, it seems like sunbathers, swimmers, and the curved beach itself is greeting you. For joggers and walkers, the cliff-top coastal of Bondi is a major fascination. Moreover, the shopping malls and the restaurants have also contributed a lot more to the beauty of this place.

2. White Haven Beach

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White Haven is a well-known beach in Australia. It is the best place to visit if you are an admirer of white sandy beaches. The combination of soft white sand and crystal-clear water at the beach is just spectacular. The sand on this beach is silica that is the pure form of sand and soft enough to touch. White Haven is a stretch of 7km along the coast. The myriad of coves, lagoons, and inlets are mesmerizing enough and highly responsible for uplifting the aesthetics of this island. Due to this aesthetical beauty, this beach is termed the most photographed beach among all in Australia.

3. Cable Beach

Broome’s Cable Beach is a second-place beach in western Australia. Visitors comment that they go short of words when it comes to describing the beauty of this beach. The orange-hued sunset scenes are a real attraction of this beach. It is located in the Indian Ocean. Though it’s far away from the city still many Australians and tourists consider visiting there a must, particularly between March to October. It is because the Staircase to the moon is at its best during this period.

4. 75 Mile Beach

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75 miles beach Australia is the largest sand island in the entire world. The total area of this island is around 166,000 hectares. The beach is located on the eastern side of the land. The tropical rainforests, freshwater lakes, and lovely sands make it a beautiful place to visit. However, the 75 miles beach is not feasible for swimming because of the existence of dangerous Tiger Sharks. Swimmers can look inland for swimming in the freshwater lakes.

5. Wineglass Bay

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The Wineglass Bay is located in the Freycinet Peninsula on Tasmania’s east coast. It is the best place for camping among Australian beaches due to the beautiful sceneries it owns. The pink granite mountains are a real add-on to the beauty of the place. They not only serve to shelter the bay but also give an attention call to the visitors. Moreover, the local, national park situated there is a big treat for hikers as it offers them relaxation. In addition to it, you can also go fishing and kayaking when you visit Wineglass Bay.

6. Mooloolaba Beach

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Mooloolaba Beach is located on the Sunshine Coast facing the North. It is a sheltered beach; therefore, the water remains calm throughout the year. This feature of this beach in Australia makes it an attraction for swimmers, body surfers, and boarders. It is not so distant from the town, or you can say that the town is just in between the river and beach. The beach possesses a rich infrastructure that is an attraction for tourists. They enjoy the shopping and dining offered to them there.

7. Turquoise Bay

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Turquoise Bay is the beach in Australia famous for its Ningaloo Reef rather than sand. It is termed as a part of Cape Range National Park facing the Indian Ocean. The things which make this place worth visiting are its flexibility for scuba diving and snorkeling. The regular appearance of turtles and octopuses is really exciting for the viewers on this beach. In addition to it, the sand on the shoreline of the beach is really inviting and relaxing enough.

I Laksitha ,nature,history lover and blogger,

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