Return to site

Australia's Best Beaches

Glenn Duker

· Australia,Glenn Duker,Travel,Beaches

With over 50,000 kilometers of coastline, Australia offers a lengthy list of great beaches for travelers to choose from. They have beaches for travelers who want a more relaxing vacation and also travelers who get a thrill from catching a massive wave. Finding the right area with the right beaches could change the entire trip!

Whitehaven Beach

Whitehaven beach is often considered the best beach in Australia. This beach is located on Whitsunday Island and features nearly seven kilometers of white sand and clear water in the Whitehaven Bay. Those traveling to Whitehaven Beach have a variety of options for how to get to the Island from Queensland, including boat tours.

Cable Beach

Cable Beach is another great beach to travel to in Australia. This beach stretches 22 kilometers and travelers can always find an uncrowded spot of pristine white sand to enjoy. Nestled up to the Indian Ocean, Cable Beach includes plenty of sand dunes and ochre red cliffs. Cable Beach also is known for having some of the best sunsets and moon rises from a beach in Western Australia. Those traveling to Cable Beach can also take one of their famous camel rides.

Bells Beach

For those traveling who are a little more active and adventurous, Bells Beach is known to be the best beach in Australia for surfing. This beach is located at the southernmost tip of Australia about 100 kilometers southwest of Melbourne. Around Easter of every year, some of the best surfers in the world gather here for the Rip Curl Pro Surfing Competition. If you are not a surfer, Bells Beach also offers some scenic views from its high cliffs along the beach.

Burleigh Heads Beach

Maybe you are active but not an expert surfer, Burleigh Heads Beach also offers various water sports activities in one of the largest cities in Australia. The Gold Coast features a 57 kilometer long stretch of beach with great waves for surfing on one side, and calmer waters on the other for Kayakers and swimmers. Located on the Western side of Australia, Burleigh Heads offers plenty of things to see and do for travelers.

Wineglass Bay

And finally, Wineglass Bay is the perfect spot for those traveling to Australia and looking for a beach where you can relax next to picturesque views. This beach is located in the Freycinet National Park in Tasmania, which is south of Australia. Travelers to Wineglass Bay can enjoy a specialized tour, kayak in the Bay, ride bikes, fish, or simply relax on the beach. The white sand, colorful mountain peaks, and blue waters are what make Wineglass Bay so attractive to those who want to travel to this beach in Australia.

All Posts

Almost done…

We just sent you an email. Please click the link in the email to confirm your subscription!

OKSubscriptions powered by Strikingly