Australia has many beaches, in fact there is about 10,000 joining Australia’s coastline together. Of course there is a small number of them that stand out as being very popular and beautiful to visit. Here is a few of them that you can enjoy the beautiful blue water and white sands, each one has it’s own unique appeal.
Cable Beach Broome WA
Cable Beach is the ultimate destination. Cable Beach boasts great views of the Australian sunset. Cable Beach is far enough away from most major Australian cities that it becomes difficult to distinguish whether you are in Australia or somewhere in the tropics.
Drive around the island’s 23 beaches and bays or see crocs and koalas up close. Two thirds of Magnetic Island is National Park with secluded but easily accessible bays and golden beaches. The Island has nearly 25 kilometres of walking tracks meandering through the protected national parks which are home to stands of eucalypts, more than 2,500 free-roaming koalas and 166 different species of wildlife.
Surfer’s Paradise QLD
Surfer’s Paradise is a great beach to meet locals and travelers a like. It’s wide, beautiful, and the water’s nice and warm. The waves here are also great for surfing. Surfer’s is a definite party spot and for those looking to mix their beach activities with some social activities, Surfer’s Paradise is the place to do it. The only downside are the high rise buildings behind you, but what are you doing looking that way anyway?
Orpheus Island QLD
Enjoy complete relaxation on this luxury Great Barrier Reef Island. Orpheus Island is located just off the coast of Ingham in northern Queensland and is known for its beautiful fringing reef.
Bells Beach Victoria
Looking for a surfing beach? Bells Beach is definitely the Australian beach for you. Home of the longest running surf competition in the world, Bells Beach is world famous for one thing – surfing.
Kangaroo Island SA
Kangaroo Island remains one of the most unspoilt natural wonders of the world. You’ll find seals basking on quiet beaches, koalas, echidnas, kangaroos, goannas, wallabies, penguins and many varieties of birds.
Bondi Beach NSW
Bondi Beach is famous. theone kilometre beach gets crowded, but this a must see stop for any trip to Sydney. Catch some sun with the locals and cool off with the surfers.
Whitehaven Beach, Whitsunday Islands QLD
Whitehaven is in the Whitsunday islands, located on a deserted island and nearly four miles long. You won’t be disappointed.
Seal Rocks NSW
Seal Rocks is a small, sleepy beach town south of Forster Tuncurry and 310 kilometres from Sydney. It’s famous for its beaches which are big, beautiful and most importantly, untouched.
75 Mile Beach, Fraser Island QLD
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 plentiful Tiger sharks, it is extremely beautiful and has a number of excellent highlights such as Champagne Pools, Indian Head (from where you can often see the sharks in the surf), the Maheno Wreck and Eli Creek.
The above Top Ten Australian Beach Holiday Destinations are just a few of Australia’s beautiful beaches. Which ever beach you visit, please swim between the lifeguards safety flags when they are on dutyfor your families safety.