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Australia's Top Beaches & Coastlines

With over 7000 beaches around Australia, travellers to Australian Beaches for holidays have plenty of options to choose from. Over 60 000 km of superb Australian coastline, which includes-hundreds of offshore Australian islands.

These magnificent beaches have some of the world’s best surfing, fishing and water activities for holiday makers to Australian Beaches. From the Pacific Ocean to the Indian Ocean, Australia has idyllic and unforgettable coastlines. White sandy beaches of Cable Beach, rugged coastline cliffs of the Great Ocean Road, National Park beaches like Noosa Heads in Queensland and the whitest sand beach in the world-Whitehaven Beach on Whitsunday Island.

If you enjoy some pace with your Australian beach holiday, you can’t go past the Surfers Paradise area of the Gold Coast in Queensland. Even Australia’s top cities have some excellent beaches, where people live work and play at the beach.

So if you are looking for a fantastically unique beach holiday anywhere in Australia, we have showcased here some of Australia’s most well known beach destinations and recommend activities at these Australian beaches.

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Australias top beaches and coastlines
Rottnest Island - Western Australia

Rottnest Island - Western Australia
Just a short ferry trip or air taxi ride to a safe friendly and protected beaches of the Basin Beaches on north side of the reef protected island.

Bells Beach - Victoria
Bells Beach - Torquay. Victoria
Best known for its quality surf, Bells Beach is one of Australia’s best surfing beaches. Big, long walls of surf excitement, Bells Beach is a must do for any surfers visiting Australia.
Booderee National Park - South Coast NSW
Booderee NP. Jervis Bay. NSW
Locals claim it to be the whitest sand in the world at the Booderee National Park beaches, but we just say its beautiful and secluded.
Cable Beach - Western Australia
Cable Beach – Broome WA. 
Another world class beach, boasting white sandy beach and turquoise blue waters, Cable Beach in the Kimberly region of Western Australia.
Four Mile Beach - Port Douglas. Queensland
Four Mile Beach Port Douglas QLD Once only a small village, but now and international tourist destination, Port Douglas is a wonderful beachside playground.
Noosa Heads National Park. Sunshine Coast. Qld
Noosa Heads National Park Beaches. QLDWith secluded bays, white sandy beaches and forested walk ways, Noosa Heads National Parks is great getaway for families and couples.
Watego - Byron Bay. NSW
Watego Beach, Byron Bay NSW.  
North Coast NSW is home to another world famous Australian beach, Watego Beach in Byron Bay. A perfect destination for families and couples
Whitehaven Beach - Whitsunday Island. QLD
Whitehaven Beach. Whitsunday Island QLD Whitehaven Beach has supposedly the whitest sand in the world. Located on Whitsunday Island in the Whitsunday Islands, is just a short trip from Airlie Beach
Wineglass Bay - Tasmania
Wineglass Bay. Freycinet Peninsula TAS. Tasmania is not often thought of as a beach destination in Australia, but once you visit Wineglass Bay you will understand what secluded paradise really means.
Great Ocean Road - Victoria

Great Ocean Road – VIC
Located on the south west coast of Victoria, the Great Ocean Road is a remarkable holiday experience for travellers of all variety.

Gold Coast Queensland

Gold Coast - QLD
35 of the best beaches, world class surfing, year round sunshine and safe patrolled swimming-where else in the world could you be but the Gold Coast

South West Coast - Western Australia
South West Coast - WA
This is a remarkable stretch of Australian coastline – from Cape Leeuwin to Cape Naturaliste, this region incorporates some very above average holiday experiences.
East Coast - Tasmania

East Coast – TASMANIA
Old fashioned and relaxing is one way to describe the East Coast of Tasmania. Pristine sandy beaches, farmland , bushland, and small quaint fishing villages.

Queensland Coast Beaches - Queensland

Queensland Coast – QUEENSLAND
It doesn’t get much better than this… Queensland is spoilt for choices, when it comes to fantastic beaches. From Coolongatta beach in the south all the way up to Port Douglas

Fleurieu Peninsula Beaches - South Australia

Fleurieu Peninsula. South Australia
Only a short drive from Adelaide is South Australia’s best coastal region. With surfing beaches on the east and south coasts, the busy resort town of Victor Harbor and fantastic conservation parks.

Sydney Beaches - NSW

Sydney Beaches – NEW SOUTH WALES
This is where world famous Bondi Beach is located, but as far as top beaches to visit in Sydney, it is only worth a day trip. There are so many quality patrolled beaches in Sydney, it would take you 2 weeks to enjoy them all.

Sunshine Coast Beaches in Queensland
Sunshine Coast - Queensland
The beautiful Sunshine Coast region of south east Queensland is located only 1hrs drive north of Brisbane , starting at the Glasshouse Mountains and stretching to Fraser Island.
Fraser island is the worlds largest sandy beach island
Fraser Island - Great Sandy NP. QLD
a nature based holiday destination which offers spectacular white beaches, coloured sand cliffs, dunes, creeks, lakes, wildflower heath land and rainforest.

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