Summer Fun at Australia's Best Beaches
With over 25,760 kilometres of coastline stretching the South Pacific, Indian and Southern Oceans, it’s no secret that Australia has some of the most stunning beaches in the world. Explore Australia’s best beaches for an epic summer!
Here Are Our Top Picks For Australia’s Best Beaches
Bondi Beach – Campbell Parade, Sydney, NSW
Australia’s beach culture began at Sydney’s iconic Bondi beach. It made history as the location of bathing suit protests in the 1900s. The protests paved the way for popular culture to embrace the bikini.
Today, Bondi welcomes locals and tourists to its shores all year round. It is known around the world for being easily accessible from the city – just a short bus ride from the heart of Sydney.
Bondi Beach greets you with a stunning bay, cool turquoise waters, sunbathers, swimmers, surfers and the tanned lifeguards from the TV show, Bondi Rescue. There are also trendy restaurants, cafes, and boutique shops to add to the appeal of Bond
Whitehaven Beach – Whitsunday Island, QLD
Arguably one of Australia’s best beaches, the beach has white silica sand, a high purity form of sand with fine grains that make it very soft, and crystal clear blue waters.
Whitehaven Beach spans over 7km along the coast. If you want a tranquil and relaxing atmosphere, it’s ideal to visit this natural wonder as it rarely becomes overcrowded, even during the summer.
Burleigh Heads – Burleigh Heads, Gold Coast, QLD
Gold Coast may be home to so many beautiful beaches in Australia, but Burleigh Heads is no doubt a fan favourite.
Located at the southern end of the Gold Coast, surfers frequent it for its excellent surf conditions, especially around the headland.
Burleigh Heads gives off a tropical vibe as fragrant pines line up the foreshore. It is the perfect place to take your family and friends for a day at the beach, and to enjoy the simple pleasures like having a picnic or BBQ.
As you savour the laid-back atmosphere with picturesque walking tracks, you can find plenty of dining options. While you’re there, have a glimpse of the local wildlife, from seabirds to pods of dolphins and humpback whales.
Noosa Main Beach – Noosa, Sunshine Coast, QLD
130kms north of Brisbane, the waters in Noosa are warmer and more sheltered than many other beaches on the Sunshine Coast. The golden sands, pristine waters and gentle waves make it an impressive spot for the whole family to enjoy.
After frolicking the entire day at the beach, you can stroll along the famous Hastings Street where you’ll find world-class restaurants, bars, cafes and boutique shops.
Noosa Main Beach is definitely a perfect place for a fun family summer getaway!
Wineglass Bay – Freycinet National Park, TAS
One of Australia’s best beaches is in Tasmania. Promotional materials on Tasmania often feature Wineglass Bay. The clam-shaped shoreline with pink granite peaks and turquoise waters always look amazing in photos and even more stunning in real life.
If you’d like to try a variety of fun activities for summer, Wineglass Bay has plenty to offer, including snorkelling, kayaking, hiking and wildlife spotting. You can also take a refreshing swim and a relaxing walk along its shores. A must-do experience in Tasmania.
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