Top 10 Beaches In Australia To Visit
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These Top 10 Beaches In Australia are just a few of many favourite and very popular beaches. Altogether there are about 11,000 beaches joining Australia’s coastline together.
Many of the beaches are stunning and inviting, the others are very remote and rugged which are excellent for creating amazing landscape images.
There are a small number of beaches that 'really'
stand out as being very popular, beautiful and very photogenic at any time of the day.
They can be very scenic beaches in remote locations like Wineglass Bay beach in Tassie or they are in very popular tourist destinations like Surfers Paradise in Queensland or Cable Beach at Broome Western Australia.
Here are a few of them that you can enjoy the beautiful blue water and white sands.
Each one has its own unique appeal and deserves making this Top 10 Beaches in Australia list.
Cable Beach in Broome in Western Australia
Cable Beach is in beautiful Broome in the Kimberley in Western Australia. Cable beach sunsets make stunning photographs and are a joy to watch. The sunsets draw huge crowds, the camel train parades up and down the beach also so it is quite an experience.
Magnetic Island beach in North Queensland
The twenty three beaches and bays on Magnetic Island are easy to access and are absolutely stunning and scenic. There are nearly twenty five kilometres of walking tracks and trails in the National Park where you will find eucalypt forests and plenty of wildlife.
Turquoise Bay beach near Exmouth in Western Australia
Well known for being one of Western Australia's best beaches right near Ningaloo Reef. Where you can snorkel and you will see colourful coral and plenty of fish. Relax on the beautiful white sand and marvel at the pristine turquoise blue water.
Surfers Paradise beach at the Gold Coast in Queensland
Surfers Paradise is a great beach to meet locals and travellers. It is wide and beautiful and the water is nice and warm. The waves here are great for surfing.
Surfers Paradise is a party spot and for those looking to mix their beach activities with some social activities.
Wineglass Bay in Freycinet National Park in Tasmania
Wineglass Bay beach is located in Freycinet National Park in Tasmania. It is a small isolated beach shaped like a smile with beautiful clear blue water, soft sand for you to relax on. If you are lucky you may have the beach to yourself. The beach is part of a National Park and can be accessed by vehicle or walking.
Bells surfing Beach near Torquay in Victoria
Bells Beach is famous for a being an oustanding surfing beach and the long tradition of surfing competitions held there annually. Bells beach is part of the Great Ocean Road and near Torquay so it is a very scenic setting with plenty to see in the surrounding areas.
Bondi Beach at Sydney in New South Wales
Bondi Beach is famous and very popular, it's a small beach being only one kilometre long. This is a 'must see' stop for any holiday in Sydney. Catch some sun with the locals and cool off with the surfers.
Whitehaven Beach at the Whitsunday Islands in Queensland
Whitehaven Beach is on the Whitsunday Island the largest island in the Whitsundays. The beach is 6 km long. Its sand consists of 98% pure silica which gives it a bright white colour which is dazzling.
Seventy Mile Beach on Fraser Island in Queensland
Fraser Island is the largest sand island in the world and is a very popular tourist destination. You can drive on Fraser Island or you you can go on an organised tour from Rainbow Beach or Hervey Bay. All vehicles must be four wheel drive because of the sand and rough inland roads.
Seventy Five mile beach which is on the eastern coast is a recognised highway and is your main way to access the inland places to see. There is beautiful McKenzie Lake and Champagne Pools just to name a few.
Cape Leveque beach is north of Broome in Western Australia
Cape Leveque is about 220 kilometres north of Broome on the tip of the Dampier Peninsula. It is a stunning panorama of red cliffs, white sand and turquoise sea. The access road is a rough unsealed road so you need a 4WD vehicle and you can camp there.
The above Top 10 Beaches in Australia are just a few of thousands of beautiful Australian beaches that are very popular holiday destinations and no wonder they are beautiful, a lot of fun and relaxing.
Below I have added this aerial image of Perth's coastline and an aerial image of Surfers Paradise as they are both stunning and give you a completely different perspective and view.
Western Australia and Queensland both have many beaches that could be in the top 10 beaches in Australia list.
Perth's beaches and coastline - Western Australia
Surfers Paradise's beaches, buildings and beyond - Queensland
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