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Posted in Travel Abroad
January 25, 2019

Top 5 Beaches of Australia

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Aussies take care and a lot of pride in their beaches because they are
best places to be at when you are touring around Australia. This is one of
the countries with the largest stretch of sand-covered coastline so
definitely expect plenty of sand around your legs most of the time.
Inarguably this place has got the most beautiful and serene beaches
around the world so, if you’re planning a getaway in the near future,
don’t for to stitch these threads of beaches on your travel cloth as being
the best beaches to visit when you are in Australia.

 

BONDI BEACH

BONDI BEACH

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Without a doubt being the best beach in Australia, Bondi beach lives up
to its name as it one of the most packed beaches ever in Australia. Apart
from the beautifully curling waves, white sand this place is known for its
surfing community as so many people drop their surfboards on this
beach and its always amazing to watch them surf the waves.
Backpackers! All ears and eyes here because this place has amazing set
up for backpackers as well, places to stay and to enjoy. One of the best
places to party and to witness marvelous night life, this place hits the
bullseye for the same. Also, this place is the pioneer for starting the
‘bikinis for beach attire’ trend.

 

WHITEHAVEN BEACH

WHITEHAVEN BEACH

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A pretty good and long beach, extending up to 7 km in the Great Barrier
Reef, this place is the safe haven for peace and bliss as the name speaks
for itself. What does the white stand for you ask? That’s because the
sand over here is 98% silica. That means, you are going to have a hard
time figuring out if it is powder or sand as the sand is literally the softest
sand and the whitest sand you can find. The fun part is the sand might
even make a squeak when you walk over it. The best part? The sand
doesn’t get hot which is very convenient as the sun is definitely going to
heat the place up most of the time. Expect snorkeling, scuba diving,
hiking places within the island. One can use a boat or a helicopter to
access this beautiful place.

 

WINEGLASS BAY

WINEGLASS BAY

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As the name says, the bay is an amazing place for invigorating dips that
looks like a wine glass from above. Located in the most southern state,
Tasmania, this place has one of the best shore views in Australia. Enjoy
wildlife up close as this beach is close to wildlife so do expect some
extra company. Since this place is famous for its Tasmanian Devil,
Tasmania might not be the first place that pops up in your head when
someone says beautiful but it is actually a sight to behold. Travel by
road is very much available and you can might as well check out a zoo
on the way and meet some of the animal pals around while you are at it.

 

75 MILE BEACH

75 MILE BEACH

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Being the endless beach as it is, sadly this place is the only beach where
you won’t be able to swim or go for sunbathing. As the elongated sand is
assigned for landing of the smaller planes, this place could be better
enjoyed if you take a trip in a vehicle around the beach. This is the only
beach where you can catch rainforest grow on the shores of the beach
which is the largest sand island in the world. Get your cameras out and it
is time to grab a good amount of photogenic pictures of the famous SS
Maheno shipwreck which one the attractions at the beach. If you are not
satisfied by that, might as well drop in to check the dramatic volcanic
rock formations on the beach. If the driving has tired you out and you
want to take a dip, dip into the Champagne falls. They are a series of
shallow and sandy pools which are safer than swimming in the sea
which is guarded by sea-stingers and tiger sharks.

 

CABLE BEACH

CABLE BEACH

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Being close to the Indian Ocean, the fieriest rays of the sun are not shy
to hit you when you are on this beach. Since its on the west coast, you
should get your bottoms down to this beach to an amazing evening
seeing the yellow ball set down. Bounded by white sand dunes on one
side and by red cliffs on the other side makes it look pretty amazing
when you stand between them. Sunsets are not the only things to catch
up to in the evening as there are evening parades that happen regularly.
Plan and time your visit right to this beach and witness the stunning
“Stairway to the Moon”, which is a monthly phenomenon where the
radiance of the moon intensifies so much that it casts ripples over the
water making it look like a stairway that leads directly to the moon. It
definitely is a sight to feast your eyes on.

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