If you’ve never had the chance to experience Australia for yourself, then that’s something that you should change in the near future. It’s home to so much that it’s almost impossible to explain. Of course, Australia has a culture and way of doing things that’s decidedly its own, something that many would-be world travellers will find refreshing should they have the chance to experience it. In addition, Australia is also home to some truly incredible landscape, with many locales in the country being among the most beautiful places in the world.
But, there’s another reason that you should make it a point to visit Australia sometime in the near future. It’s also home to some of the best stretches of sand and surf on the planet. And Australian beaches aren’t just your run-of-the-mill destinations. They each have something completely unique to offer that puts them in a class all their own.
Perhaps you don’t believe us! We’ll we’re about to prove you wrong. In the 20 pictures that follow, you’ll get to see just how incredible Australia’s beaches really are. In fact, you might be so impressed that one of these locations could just become the destination for your next vacation. Let’s take a look.
1. Wineglass Bay (Tasmania)
Just take one look at Wineglass Bay, and we think you’ll understand how it came by its name.
2. Milton Estate for Wine
Oh, and there’s some great wine to be had here, too! For that we recommend checking out Milton Estate.
3. Blinky Beach (New South Wales)
If you’re looking for some excellent surf when you’re hitting the shores of Australia, then this is a good bet.
4. Look Around You
But, don’t get distracted by the swell! Blinky Beach itself is a beautiful stretch of land in its own right.
5. Bells Beach (Victoria)
If you’re looking for the place where Australia’s best surfers congregate, then this is it!
6. The Cliffs of Bells Beach
But, if you’re just sunning on the beach, you might find yourself distracted by the beautiful sweeping cliffs that surround you.
7. Bondi Beach (New South Wales)
This might be the most famous beach of all in Australia, and it’s definitely for good reason.
8. Plenty of Fun
Once you’re tired of catching rays and waves, you can head to some fantastic local eateries and shops.
9. Turquoise Bay (Coral Coast)
If you’re looking for a wonderful place to swim leisurely in warm, crystal-clear waters, then this is the place for you.
10. Cape Range National Park
It’s also a place where you won’t have to contend with many tourists due to its hard to reach location within the breathtaking Cape Range National Park.
11. Palm Cove (Queensland)
When you’re looking for that idyllic tropical beach experience in Australia, then accept no substitute for Palm Cove.
12. Staying Entertained
And while the beach is plenty beautiful and fun in its own right, there are some amazing places to check out right nearby.
13. Noosa Main Beach (Queensland)
There are pretty beaches, and then there are those that are as pretty as a picture. This one is in the latter camp.
14. Hastings Street
And when you’re done enjoying all the beach has to offer, head over to Hasting Street for some great shops and restaurants.
15. 75-Mile Beach (Queensland)
While it’s not actually 75-miles long, this beach is plenty massive, offering ample space for finding a patch of sand to call your own.
16. Cast a Line
And you might want to find that little place to call your own, because this beach offers some of the best beach fishing in the world.
17. Cable Beach (Kimberley)
Located in Western Australia, Cable Beach looks out over the deep-blue waters of the Indian Ocean.
18. Cable Beach Camel Rides
If you really want to experience the beach and all that it has to offer, try taking on the camel rides… Incredible!
19. Whitehaven Beach (Queensland)
There are many in the world who believe this to be the most beautiful beach in all of Australia, and we find it hard to argue with them.
20. Tongue Point
If you go, you’ll definitely want to make the hike to Tongue Point, where you can enjoy the very best views that this beach has to offer.